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Tuesday, March 22, 2016

$CARA Good Momentum Bad Timing

$CARA had a decent morning run up and I trying to jump in and catch some of the momentum. Unfortunately I was doing more chasing than planned entry and as a result I go in near the top... which of course proceeded to fade and fall... which I deserve, lol.

But I cut losses quickly and was out with only getting hit by a 2.70% loss.

Update on swing trades:

$AVP -20.16%, short with a target of $3 to $3.50.
$FIG -3.22% , short with a target of about $3.85.
$GRPN -1.73%, short with a target of $3 to $3.20.
$NADL -19.25%, long goal of 10-20%.
$RJET -9.02%, long, looking to exit as soon as ticker is traded again. (Seems there was some activity but the chart doesn't show movement??? Not sure but I have a sell order pending)
$SDRL -12.56%, long goal of 10-20%.
$SKY +36.75%, long goal of 10-20%

Overall total on investment: -7.55%

1 comment:

  1. Just reflecting on today's paper trade. I think another mistake I made was that originally I had placed the buy order as a limit @ $6.39. When it didn't execute I forced the trade and switch it to a market order, thus having a buy in at the top range of $6.66.