What do Football and Day Trading have in Common?
Football and Day Trading: Daily Recap
All right, guys. Let’s do a little midday market recap. We’ll go over the trades from this morning. We’ll talk about my best trades of the day, my worst trades of the day, and then the topic of the day will be momentum. As an example of momentum, we’re going to talk a little bit about Super Bowl 51 Patriots Falcons game last night because I think that was a really good example of seeing momentum and seeing it in a different sense than we’re typically used to. What a game!
All right. Let’s see. I’m going to show you to start my P&L for the day. I’m finishing the day of $932 and 11 cents, traded three stocks, ETRM, OPTT, and PULM. Now, on each of these, I took fairly big size between four and 6,000 shares. I was looking for follow-through, looking for momentum, and I just didn’t get it. I was basically stepping up to the play on all these trades but we just didn’t get that clean follow-through and that resolution that I was looking for. Nonetheless, $932 is not a bad day. I suppose the only annoying part is the $274 in ECN fees and commissions combined. I’m up 1210 before commissions, but after, is only $932.
Having said that, this morning, I started with $40,962 in my account. Tomorrow, I’ll open just under a couple of hundred dollars under $42,000 which is obviously incredible. This is my 24th day trading in this small account and I started this account $583 on January 1. In 24 days, I’ve gone from $583 up to just under $42,000 in profits. Now, I’m waiting for my account to be ready to open at SpeedTrader and as soon as it’s ready to fund, I’ll be moving my money from SureTrader over to SpeedTrader. In the meantime while I wait, I’m just going to continue trading here.
You can see, there’s my P&L for today and I would say the best trade of the day today …. One of the cleanest setups that I saw was one that I didn’t fully capitalize on and it was the first five-minute pullback on PULM. You can see right here with a potential entry at 480 and then move all the way up to 545. That was a really, really clean setup. Now, I missed it and it took the second five-minute pullback which is an entry at 510 where we moved up here only to 523 and then, we rolled over. Unfortunately, the second pullback didn’t end up holding which was a little bit annoying. I only made $70 on the stock today despite some fairly decent opportunities.
My concern with PULM was the fact that yesterday, we had such a red day. Usually, it would be pretty rare for a stock to recover a red day like that and go all the way up to the high and then squeeze. I didn’t think this would be one of those stocks that would move 50, 60 or 100%. In fact today, we didn’t have any really, really big movers. The only one that we had was GALE which opened up something like 80%, but I didn’t think it would be an easy one to trade. You can see here on the daily chart, it’s sold off pretty much the whole day. It just wasn’t easy to trade. I’m not sure why it’s not loading on my five-minute chart.
We had GALE, no trades on that. ETRM, this one was a pretty solid setup here. I’ll pull back to the one-minute chart. Now this started to pop up here. You could see it started to pop up. It pulled back. Then the first one-minute pullback after the break over this 20 moving average was the entry point. It’s this spot that lots of traders will watch; entry right around 770, 775 before they moved up to $8. This one didn’t end up holding that level as well as I would have liked. I was thinking on the daily chart because this was looking like it was going to be the first day to make a new high that we would get some nice follow-through and maybe move up towards the high of this green candle here which was 838, maybe make new highs, go up towards 10. Again, we just didn’t have any momentum behind this setup. That’s sort of what we know today.
ETRM, no follow-through. PULM, follow-through on the first setup but not on the second one. Even the first one was a little choppy. Then, we had OPTT. This was, I suppose, my worst trade of the day. Although it was a winner, I was really frustrated with the fact that it didn’t give me the follow-through I was expecting. Now, OPTT is a former runner. This is the stock that has a history of making big moves and it was gapping up this morning on news. Now, as soon as the market opened, I looked at it. We opened a low of 307. As it started to pop up, I got in at 319, 320. We squeezed up to a high of 347. I had 4,000 shares and I was thinking this one is the type that could go … If it breaks over 350, we could go up to four, maybe more. I had a good profit.
Then in the next candle we dropped all the way back down to 309, and then we come all the way back up to 346 and then we dropped all the way down to 280. It’s just really choppy and we didn’t have that follow-through that I was expecting. Ended up stopping with about 10 cents a profit, 11, 12 cents and that’s fine. It was really a fraction of what I was hoping for. This is the thing. When you come off a week … last week where I made $37,000 and you’re trading with some real momentum, it feels like to get a trade that you only make 500 on or you only make 600 on. It feels like a miss. The reality is $900, a thousand dollars, is still a good day. Generally speaking, this should be a day that almost any trader would be happy with but it’s the shadow of a really big week last week. That makes it a little hard to appreciate the win today.
Picking Up Momentum
We’ll see what the market looks like tomorrow. Hopefully, we’ll get a little bit more strength. I want to talk for a moment about the momentum that we see in the market. Now in general, like last week was fantastic. I mean we were seeing really good follow-through day after day after day. We were seeing 100% movers, 200% movers. We had BNTC, we had NAKD, we had PULM. There was DFFN. There were so many. I mean it was just again and again and again. The next stock to pop up goes straight to 50% gain. I mean it was just incredible. That was an opportunity for us to really capitalize and what you notice as you get into the zone. You’re just like one winner after the next after the next and everything is connected.
Last night watching the football game, that’s how it looked when the Falcons were playing in the first half, and going into the beginning of the second half, they were really strong. Everything was just connecting. It was really impressive. On the flip-side, what you noticed with the Patriots is that they were … It almost seemed like they weren’t comfortable. That’s something that I also noticed when trading is not going on my side that I can start to get a little bit frazzled and frustrated and more apt to make mistakes. You guys saw that kick where the guy just missed the ball and it’s like honestly, I mean, you’ve got one job to do, how did this happen.
That’s sometimes how it feels when you’re a trader that you’re just getting to these ruts where you keep making mistakes. Then, they sort of compound on to each other because now you’re getting frustrated and you’re getting a little emotional and you’re grabbing at straws. That can really create a downward spiral. The mentality of knowing you’re in the hole, you’re 25 points in the hole the way they were last night, and that feeling of the game is over, I mean, we’ve lost. There’s no team in the history of the Super Bowl has ever come back from this type of deficit to tie the game or win the game. As a trader, when you go into a deep cold streak where it’s just loss after loss, it starts to break you down emotionally because it just feel like everything you do is going the wrong way. You feel like you’re getting sloppy and you’re not seeing things clearly and you start making stupid mistakes, and that just makes the loss that much worst.
Then, what was really interesting was that shift where all of a sudden, it was like everything came into focus and the Patriots really got into the zone. As they got into the zone and started to really dominate, the Falcons started to get a little rustled and they started to slip up a little bit. That game was really an example of one team making an incredible come back and another team giving up the biggest … this huge lead. It was historic on both sides and both sides exemplify some of the struggles that we have as traders.
How do you set mindsets when you’re in the mindset of I am losing, I’m down, I’ve had five losses in a row, I’m in a cold streak. How do you get out of that? For me, it always come back to let’s focus on doing what we know and I create a game plan. It really is. It’s a game plan. I make a list that say, “This is how I’m going to attack the day.” I’m going to take three days and I’m only going to focus on five-minute chart setups because five-minute chart setups are some of the best. I’m not going to allow myself to get distracted and just get three trades, get in, get out, follow the rules. I make it very, very simple. Then, if the market’s on my side, it connects. I’m able to start to regain a little bit of composure.
Then once you have that shift in mentality, now you just get a little momentum behind that you get a little energy back there, and you start to really increase the wins. You start to increase your confidence, and now you start to feel like you’re in the driver seat and you’re in the position of power. Now, your mentality has really had that shift. That shift is really important. It’s something that we have to do sometimes in today where you lose two trades right out of the gates and you go into the hole. They’ll be like, “Ross, there’s never been a trader who’s recovered from being down a thousand dollars to hitting his daily goal.” Never in the history of trading has that happened. It’s your job now either to basically step out and you’re done for the day or to try to get back. Of course, with trading, we have to have these max losses where if you’re down a certain amount, you do have to walk away. You don’t try to get back that same day. You wait till the next day.
Have the Mental Strength to Move Forward
I had a day where I lost over $30,000, and although I knew I wasn’t going to be able to trade again that day, my accounts were locked up, I knew that I would come back at it tomorrow. Even the next day, I wouldn’t be able to get it all back the next day. This would be a rebuilding process that would take place over the course of weeks and months to try to rebuild that 30 grand that I lost. This is something that as a trader, we see the world through the lens of what we do every single day. When I was talking about … When I was driving race-cars in Las Vegas, I was associating that experience with the experience of learning how to trade. Watching the game last night, seeing this team … Of course, I’m from New England so the Patriots has always been a team that I’m rooting for, to see them really struggle in the first half was just like, “Wow, these guys are really giving up the game.”
You’ve seen teams do that where they just they start to fall into the red and then … and you’ve maybe have even had this happen yourself in a competitive sport where you get a little behind and then it changes the mentality. It changes the tone because now you’re spending the whole time playing catch up and playing catch up is not really a position of being in the driver’s seat. Once you get in the driver’s seat, so you’ve probably seen this with like soccer and the World Cup, once you’ve got a few goals, all you have to do is work the clock and you’ve got it. For the opposing team to try to recover from being down to get back up to break even, they’ve got to work like twice as hard.
It’s almost like with trading when if you got a hundred thousand dollars, can you lose 50% of it? You’re down to 50,000. To get back to where you started, you’ve got to gain 100%. Getting back is like twice as hard as getting the lead to begin with. Of course, losing the lead can happen so fast, but regaining is really, really hard. It was definitely impressive to see that second half and really the last 10 minutes where there is just that surge and that huge amount of focus. The trades that I had last week where I was able to make $37,000, the best week I’ve ever had, was the result of being very focused and seeing opportunities. It was also the result of having just had a loss, a $13,000 loss, being in the hole, and now being super driven to try to get myself back to green; maybe back to break even.
Getting Back on the Horse
Then that aggressive, just really want to get after, get back on the horse, carried me through the rest of the week. You can harness that energy, that feeling of, “I’m down and I’m struggling,” that can motivate you to put in extra hours to study harder, to focus, and to really be the best possible trader. The challenge is that so many people allow that emotion to let them be impulsive and to let them do things that they wouldn’t ordinarily do as a trader which is take unnecessary risks, be overly aggressive, and ultimately give back a lot of profit. I know that because I had days where it just starts that downward spiral. That’s when you start throwing Hail Mary passes which again goes back to the football reference. Do you get this game back by throwing Hail Mary passes or is it doing what you know and just nailing it again and again and again, 10 yards at a time, 15 yards at a time. The next thing you know, you’re really taking control and you’re gaining that momentum. You’re gaining the confidence and you’re back in the driver’s seat.
Today for me is one of those days where I certainly don’t feel like I fell out of the driver’s seat. It’s just a slow day. I think on Friday, I may lose $5,000 so to make a thousand today is good. I’m about 42% of the way to my hundred thousand dollar goal so I’ve still got … I’m not even halfway there yet. I’ve still got a long ways to go. I need to keep my focus. To have a goal that’s bigger than a hundred grand also exemplifies that this is not about a sprint. I know that I’m sprinting where I’m trying as quickly as I can to build the account, but at the same time, this is a marathon.
Once I hit a hundred grand, I may just continue trading and then set my sights to a $250,000 or $200,000 or whatever it is. Maybe in a year or a couple of years I’ll be able to have grown this account up to $500,000, $700,000, a million dollars and that is the big picture to be able to be a full time trader, to generate 500 to a thousand dollars a day, to be able to pay your mortgage from this trading profits or to buy a house or put a down payment on a house. I think that’s what we all are doing this for to make a living; to make a living working from home and doing it on our own time.
It’s definitely possible but the struggle is that this is one of those careers where you always have to be really at peak performance, and so like professional athlete or something like that, you’re only as good as your last trade. Like a quarterback, you’re only as good as your last throw. That’s definitely true with trading and that creates a lot of pressure. It was just not for everybody. For me, it’s something that’s been a challenge at times, is coping with that pressure. That pressure has certainly been a lot higher this year because of the way I’ve done this challenge in such a public way with so many people watching and commenting. The bad days are … they are for everyone to see. Of course the good days are there also but it’s the bad days that are really so hard.
I know that we will have a period during this challenge where we go into a slump, a slow period, where I might only be able to make a couple of hundred dollars a day and I’ll be asking myself, am I the same trader that made $22,000 in one day in February and the answer will be yes. Right now, the market is not on my side and I’ve got to just hanker down, wait for those opportunities to come to me, stick with what I know, and wait patiently because I will be able to regain control. The trick is not allowing yourself to have deep, deep draw-downs. I’ve had a deeper drawdown than I’ve had in over a year or last week when I was lost $13,000. I stepped up to the play, I got aggressive, and I got smoked. That was a reminder to, yes, it’s okay to be aggressive but you have to also … You can’t lose sight of risk. Every trade that we take here is risk.
It’s all about managing risk, controlling it to the best that we can. That comes back to knowing our max loss in every single trade, knowing the types of trades that are more apt to give us surprise slippage and things like that. A lot of the lower float stocks do have that extra risk which we measure against the rewards that these are the stocks that can go to 50%, 100% when they go the right way. When they go the wrong way, it can be really bad as well.
That’s a recap of where we’re at today on day 24 of the small account challenge, just an interesting weekend to watch the Super Bowl and to think about how that relates to the trades that we’re taking here and the life experience of being a trader, the challenges that we have with the psychological aspects. It can be a challenge. If you’re a trader that’s ever felt that way, you’re not alone. We probably all left these struggles from time and time and the best thing you can do is participate in these conversations where we really think about it and get a better sense of underlying mechanics of these reactions.
For me, a lot of times the down periods can be the result of some triggers, making some big mistakes and then getting shaken. That could be equivalent to a quarterback getting sacked and just getting thrown off, and then it shakes them up for a little bit being able to come back to your center and feel grounded is something that you’ll need to be able to master as a trader so it’s definitely something that we talk about a lot.
Q & A
All right, guys. Now, I’d love to answer any questions that you guys have. I’m sure there’ll be a bunch of them. Let’s see … Cool, Danny, I’m glad to hear that. Danny’s saying that we’ve made a major difference in his trading so that’s awesome. Yeah, the feelings of the days where you struggle and then back-to-back with winning days can be a real rollercoaster. For me, I’ve had some of the big extremes, down 30 grand and then last week up $37,000. I had these big extremes and it makes the days like today a thousand, a thousand up, a thousand down feel like they’re in the range of it’s no big deal which is good, but it’s something that it’s definitely a challenge for this job. It’s not something you’d probably experience in a lot of other jobs.
Let’s see. Since writing my book, is there anything I would change now or revise? Yeah, the book that I wrote, I wrote in the summer of 2015. Since then, there are certainly some things that I would add to it. In general, those strategies are the same strategies that I’m trading today. Looking for the momentum, looking for the gap and go trade, the first pullback, the second pullback, that type of stuff. Those strategies and those patterns all remain to be really a core aspect of my trading day every single day. I think there’s just maybe a few details that I would change or maybe things that I would add to offer more clarification and stuff like that.
Chan, when I started my account with $583, because he’s asking how did I trade with 4,000 shares. Now, when I first started that account, the first couple of days I was only trading with a thousand shares. I was buying $3 stocks for a thousand shares and that was $3,000. With the $583, I was given leverage times six, so five times six, six times six. I had around $3,500 in that account so it’s a fairly small account. They don’t give you a leverage on stocks below $3 which is why I would only trade stocks $3 and higher because the most I could take was a thousand shares and it just didn’t make sense to trade 200 shares or anything like that off a $2 stock or something like that. I just couldn’t make money on it.
I had a very narrow range of the stocks I could trade between 3 and $4, target being a thousand shares. Once I built up the account … look up my calendar over here somewhere, the first couple of days of January I had some small gains, $124 on my first day, $187 on my second, $150 on my third, $150 on my fourth, $150 on my sixth, and then $250 on my seventh day, $268 on my eighth, and then $1,700 on my ninth. It was like slow, slow, slow and then I got a big boost forward. During those first eight days, it was like today. There weren’t a lot of stocks that were really opening up so I was just taking that 10 cents when I had it, 15 cents when I had it, and I wasn’t getting the follow-through I wanted.
Then I got that fine that day with a big follow-through. The next day, I made $2,300 so two days of awesome follow-through, and then my account had grown substantially. At that point, I could take 2,500 shares, 4,000 shares of almost anything. The following day was $615 but I had a day where I only made $47, and then a$1,000, $319, $800, $468. It slowed down again for a couple of days and then it picked back up with $1,900, $2,000 and then $7,500. That was the big day, $7,500.
On that day, I got up to $2,200, peaked to $2,200. The following day, I lost $5,000. Dropped back down to $16 and then I made $4,600 and then $1,400 on Thursday. I made $1,400 in that account on Thursday which brought me up to 40 grand. Another $5,000 … That brought me up to $3,600 plus the $5,000 on Friday, brought me up to just under 41 and now the thousand from today, $41,800 give or take. Obviously, I started slow, started building up. I only have one red day but it’s a five thousand dollar loss so it’s a pretty bad day even for an account … The big account is a bad day. For a small account, I lost 25% of the account in one day. Instead of getting shaken up and allowing myself to start making mistakes, I used that as the inspiration to really focus, take my trading to the next level and redeem myself and I got redemption.
All right. Let’s see. Now, I definitely … I like waiting for the first pullback. Ideally, whenever possible, I want to wait for the first pullback. Buying the first five minutes is fine when we have a good premarket chart or when a stock has something really special like RGSE or OPTT because they’re former runners. Generally waiting for the first five-minute pullback is better. BNTC last week, for instance, we traded this one … Let’s go back to that.
This right here. Awesome first pullback, awesome second pullback. Super clean. Great opportunities there. We saw the same thing on NAKD and we saw the same thing today on PULM. Those are the safe places to get into trades. To find this entry, well, you’ve got to first find the stock hitting the high day scanner by squeezing up and then you just keep it on watch and wait for the pullback. Wait for the pullback. Wait for it. First candle to make a new high is your entry. The challenge is that it’s easy to get distracted. It’s easy to miss that opportunity because you’re watching 10 other stocks that also hit the scanner and so it’s not uncommon to miss them, but this really is the safest entry.
Wilson, the Fantasy Stock Trading platform has a 5,000 share limit basically to help you not get too aggressive. It’s not realistic to take 10,000 or 20,000 shares in the simulator because it’s very unlikely you would trade with that kind of size when you go live. When I first went live, I was trading with a couple of thousand shares, but definitely not 10,000 or 20,000. It’s just not realistic. Even if you’re in a simulator and you’re like, “Wow, I’m making really good money with 10,000 shares,” it doesn’t perfectly reflect slippage and issues with liquidity. The simulator will let you buy 50,000 shares if we allow you to. That’s not realistic because you wouldn’t be able to buy 50,000 shares of these stocks and get filled at that penny. You’ll get slippage. We try to keep you guys trading small to focus on building your foundation, building your skill. If you can make money with less than 5,000 shares, you should be able to do okay.
This is important really for all students that you have those ground rules of position sizing and max loss and that type of thing. On the simulator, we also have a max loss. If you’re below the max loss, you can’t keep trading and you can’t take more than time positions at once. It’s trying to keep it realistic. Yeah. If you’re trying to go in with 20,000 shares to make that money that you lost, that’s overly aggressive mentality.
Now, it doesn’t mean that it’s not something that I haven’t done before, I have. Sometimes, I’m able to come out on the right side and other times I lose. I’ve been doing this for a long time so when I decide to revenge trade or get aggressive, I’m doing it from a very … I’ve got a lot of educated intuition. It’s not just intuition. I think this will go up. It’s educated based on experience, based on watching similar setups. That means that if I’m going to choose to be aggressive, odds are with 65, 70% accuracy, I’ll still be right so that’s okay. I can usually do that. A beginner trader with 30 or 40% accuracy, you’re not in a place where you can be that aggressive and count on having a win. You’re more likely to have a loss.
Benjamin, you can’t sell on the level two whether someone’s long or short because a buy order is a buy order and a sell order is just a sell order. You don’t know if it’s long or short, if it’s covering or anything like that. It can be a little bit of a challenge to interpret is this someone short selling, is this someone buying long or covering short, ie. There’s a few things that we can do to get a sense of what it might be based on HIPAA chart pattern, knowing if the stock has short seller restriction. We know that people can’t short on the bid so therefore anyone selling on the bid would be a long trade getting out. There’s a few ways you can draw some conclusions but it’s not always completely concrete.
If you ever see the ask at $6 but the stock is around $4, it’s usually that you have a stale order that’s just sitting there on the level two, and we see that sometimes. It could be a stock that has a very big spread but I can flip through a couple of stocks. We saw it earlier today on PULM where the level two is crossed. I don’t know the odds of finding one just flipping around here but, yeah, essentially if a bid price is higher than the asked price, stuff like that, it’s an order that’s just stuck there. They get cleared out eventually. If you try to buy, you wouldn’t be buying or selling based on that stale order because it wouldn’t be the actual best bid.
All right, so Ahman, yeah, let’s briefly look at a good daily chart. This is something that a lot of traders ask me about and it’s part of the class we talk a lot about drawing windows on charts. Window on a chart is an area with no resistance and MYOS is a great example of this the other day. When we look at these charts … Let me just back this up here. You can see here on MYOS, there’s a couple of things I look for. I like to see the price above the 200 moving average. That’s the purple line and we’re above it. I like to see the price above the nine, the 20, and the 50 moving average. That’s the gray, the blue, and the red line and we’re above it.
The next high is right here at 407. I look to the left and I look up and I see, well, where is resistance? Okay, so we’ve got the high right here, that’s resistance. When we look left, what’s the next one, and it would be the high of this candle right here, this red candle. Okay, that’s the next level. Then we look left and up and the high is here. What we’ve essentially done is created these windows here and right in here, this area … For some reason, my chart’s being a little weird. Right in there. Then maybe a little window right in here. When this stock start to open up, we’re like, okay, we’ve got all these potential. Once we break over this level, we’ve got room to this level to this level. Now in contrast, a stock like … No, actually, I’ll use SSH. This one that I was looking at this morning was gapping up slightly.
This one above has a couple of problems. The first problem, the stock is below the 200 moving average but it has a lot of room up to the 200 like 10 points so if we get above let’s say the 50 moving average, we’ve got some room. We’re below right now and in addition to being below the 200, we’re also below the nine, the 20 and the 50. As these gaps up, it’s going to run into these resistance levels, and remember, I happen to use the nine, the 20, the 50 but other traders use the 10, the 25 and the 60 or the 10, the 50, the 100. What that effectively does is it puts lots of lines of resistance above this level, lots of lines. As soon as we come into them, there’ll be some traders who’d decide to sell and that creates an issue.
Now, if we try to even look at windows, we could say, okay, I’m looking for a bigger one so maybe you’ve got want from there to here but in between that, you have the resistance of the moving averages so it’s not that clean. Then you’ve got that which just starts to look a little bit better and that again to the left and up but you don’t have … it would take so much for us to get to there because first we’d have to get over all these moving averages.
All right, so now in contrast … Let’s see, let’s just look at a couple. This one we traded recently on the break of the 200 because once we are breaking over that level, then we have lots of room to move up, but we first had to break over the moving average. RGSE, we recently traded this one on a bounce which was a risky trade but this was the first candle to make a new high. We knew we would hit resistance at the moving average but we had some room up to the moving average from our entry because on this, our entry price was right here at right around $4, $4.50 and we had a room up to like 550 to the moving average so that one was okay to trade.
GLBS, let’s look at this one. This one pulling back, consolidating. First candle to make a new high would be good. Volume is light and needs a catalyst but that one could be okay. Let’s see. I’m trying to think of some other ones. I’m trying to think of one that’s … This one’s below the 200 right now. You could see if it can get above that level, then it’s got a lot of room. This is almost by itself. Once you can get over that level, it’s going to be a new base. That level is at $4 so we’re a ways away.
Let’s see, NVDA. Yeah. Now this is one of those ones that’s pretty extended to the upside so the safe entry would be pullback down to the moving average. Consolidation at the moving average, a bull flag, and then to ride the momentum back up. We’re above the moving averages which is great, but buying at a high day is pretty risky.
OPTT, yeah, so this one I thought we were going to break over to 200 right out of the gates. If we broke over that level then I was thinking we had room back up towards five. There is a couple of little areas of resistance like right here and right here and right here and right here, but again, that’s from 359 up to 589. Those are some pretty nice windows so good potential on that if we could have broken over this level which we were really close but just couldn’t quite do it.
All right, so I always like to have a strong daily chart but I will take trades with the week daily chart if the stock is very, very strong entry day because it has a catalyst which could be a reversal on the daily chart or it could be some type of breaking news.
All right, guys. What I’ll do is I’ll go ahead and upload this to YouTube so those of you listening to the podcast or just watching on Facebook can rewatch this and see the charts as I’m explaining because I know this is kind of tough If you’re only hearing the audio. It might be a little bit confusing. I’ll get those uploaded. Make sure you add comments on the YouTube and Facebook feed. I’ll make sure I’ll respond to them and answer the questions that you have.
Tom, the list of former runners is a scanner that I have inside my platform and those scans are available only for our students, but we do have a list of former runners right … Where is it. Let’s see, right here, former runners list. That’s a good list to refer to because those are stocks that have a history of making big moves and they’re the type that can move again if they’ve got the right set up, the right catalyst so it’s always good to keep those on watch.
Today was a little bit of a rest day, not a lot of follow-through. We’ll just play it by ear. We’ll take what the market is willing to give us. If it’s only a thousand dollars, then we’ll take a thousand dollars. If we can get more, obviously we’ll push it a little harder. Today, I’m not going to try to trudge through and be really aggressive. It’s not feeling like we’re getting good follow-through so this is a good day to step out, seek shelter from the storm, and then we’ll get back at it first thing tomorrow morning for Day 25 of this small account challenge.
All right, guys. Thank you all. I will see you first thing tomorrow morning. Okay. Thanks, guys.