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Ija W

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  1. depends on how your entering trades. If your buying dips and pops then taking profits immediately would be the way to go. If you're getting into a long or short position at a level of known support then I would say your good to hold the position until you near resistance or the tape slows down if your comfortable trading level 2. I try my best to not enter until a position until I see a stock moving as any signs of momentum slowing down is a signal for me to get out but if I do get in on a consolidation I'll get out of the position if quickly if I feel the stock is starting not to move how I thought it would. At the end of the day though no one ever went broke taking profits as they say! Maybe consider selling half and placing a break even stop loss on the remainder of the shares if the runner is running.
  2. Completely agree with adding mindset training into your routine. Just started listening to the Daily Trading Coach 101 on audible (you can find it on Amazon) and I must say I can tell a difference in my executions when I prepare mentality/ physically for the trading day compared to when I just get online.
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    New Broker Announcement: CME Group

    I recently funded my account with CMEG and Found it a bit easier to go to the bank directly and have someone do it with me. Took a while for the teller to find the right codes for CMEG so I could imagine trying to do it on own. IF your able to I strongly suggest doing the in-person wire if you can at least for the initial funding. Hope this helps.

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