I have heard it said many times that letting a winning trade run is the way forward and I have to agree. Looking back, and the evidence is in my demo account, if I had left the trades running that I placed on Wall Street in November, I would be into serious profit. But there is an element involved in getting to profit that I experienced for the first time this week. I placed two trades on DJI in...
British American Tobacco did a stock split today. Just doubled my shares.
I’ve just about gotten over the fiasco of the sale of my GOOGL shares. I kick myself because I should know better.
Anyway, with that money, I’ve extended holdings in my three main ETFs: QQQ, VTI and ITA – all doing very well.
What am I? Some kind of fool? Very possibly!
Sold GOOGL twice when should have been one sale. Default number is 1 and I forgot to set the number to sell! Jeez…
Sneaking feeling I’m being too aggressive but I expected more of GOOGL. Also, it bugs me that there is no dividend. Might live to regret this…
There are ten so called Dogs of the Dow and I bought them all in the US dollar account
For legal reasons my broker can't use Dow Jones so it's 'Wall Street'. Unbelievably, the Donald is the president elec
I've been trying to use spread betting as a method of hedging my losses.
This is what I bought:
It has been a long journey over the last six months. I haven't traded because I've been working on a trading plan
Two key principles arise from this decision. Firstly, that your decision to or feeling that you can trust is an issue of your own judgement