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crookedneck Member Level  Thursday, 04/25/13 12:57:01 PM
Re: trade2much post# 72874
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Totally agree T2M, one must obey stops if they want to stay ahead of the game, but on some of these more volatile stocks one needs to use a larger stop loss, due to the trading whipsaws that occur. Some of these are not for the faint hearted and given your trading strategy T2M, you did what was right for you. Nobody can disagree with that.

There are many different trading styles and so many different ways to make $$, that nobody can say with assurance which is the best, but we can all agree that each works and we sure know your system works T2M and I will be the last person ever to disagree with your style, as you have proven time and time again your success. Happy Trading & BOL Matie!

Cheers!

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