NVDA Trade on Mar 30, 2023 10:39 from The_Trading_Apprentice: Tradervue User Stock Trades.

Trade#: 1
Ticker: NVDA
Market Condition: ()Gapping Up ()Gapping Down ()Consolidating
Strategy: ()ORBU ()HODB ()ORBD ()LODB ()Reversal ()After Hours
5-Minute ATR: ().50 ()1.00 ()1.50 ()2.00 ()2.50
Beginning Position Size:
Technical Stop:
Hard Stop:
LRC Level:
Bollinger Bands Level:
Level1: ()DP ()MA * Level2: ()DP ()MA * Level3: ()DP ()MA * Level4: ()DP ()MA
Profit Target1: * Profit Target2: * Profit Target3: * Profit Target4:
Profit Taking: ()1/4@ ()1/2@ ()2/3@ ()scaled out@ ()stopped out@ * Shares added ()50@ ()75@ ()100@ ()200@
Profit Taking: ()1/4@ ()1/2@ ()2/3@ ()scaled out@ ()stopped out@ * Shares added ()50@ ()75@ ()100@ ()200@
Profit Taking: ()1/4@ ()1/2@ ()2/3@ ()scaled out@ ()stopped out@ * Shares added ()50@ ()75@ ()100@ ()200@
Profit Taking: ()1/4@ ()1/2@ ()2/3@ ()scaled out@ ()stopped out@ * Shares added ()50@ ()75@ ()100@ ()200@

*What was the result of the trade, what happened? This was a technical error. I meant to take a trade on MU.

*FEELINGS- Describe what you thought and felt during the trade?

*EVALUATION- What was good or bad about the trade (what worked according to plan in the trade)?

*ANALYSIS- Does the trade make sense to you now that it is over?

*CONCLUSION- What is the final judgment of the trade (draw conclusions)?

*ACTION PLAN- How are you going to avoid the mistakes you made on this trade? How are you going to make sure you get the same results the next time if the trade was good? Ensure that I am entering the right ticker into the montage that I intend to trade.

*TRADE MANAGEMENT: Strategy ()Go (X)No Go * Max Risk Per Trade Identified ()Go (X)No Go * Profit Targets Set ()Go (X)No Go

*TRADE EXECUTION: Entry ()Go (X)No Go * Profit Targets/Stop Respected ()Go (X)No Go


Execution detail:

Date/time Symbol Side Price Position
2023-03-30 10:39:34 NVDA sell $271.530 short
2023-03-30 10:39:39 NVDA buy $271.630 0

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