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The stop loss will be whatever I feel

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metropick   Friday, 10/27/06 07:53:22 AM
Re: FinancialAdvisor post# 4
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The stop loss will be whatever I feel like it should be per stock. See rule 1)c). And making 200 winning trades in a row isn't the key. The key will be keeping up with the gains I laid out in the budget I created per trade.

"1)c)I will sell a stock at anytime I feel uncomfortable with the investment. In other words, there will be no universal pre-set stop limits."

I know this is a rediculous idea, that's one of the reasons it is so intriguing. Worse case, it doesn't work, I take a few losses, and I use my main portfolio as my retirement plan.

Your trading and investment choices should be the result of your own due diligence.
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