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Let's do 100 trades on DJIA and tally up the results at the end, shall we? 😘

Trade 1, 1st of April 2020, long.

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Result: loss

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Trade 2 short.

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Result: profit

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Trade 3 short

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Result: loss

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trade 4 short

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Result: profit

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Trade 5 long

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Result: loss

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Trade 6 short

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result profit

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Trade 8 short

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Result profit

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5 hours ago, dmedin said:

Trade 3 short

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Result: loss

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Yep I forgot about that trade in the middle.  B*llocks.

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Trade 9!  Short.

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Result: profit

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trade 10 long

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Result loss

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trade 11 long

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Result profit

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trade 12 short

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Result: pooped my pants

 

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trade 13 long

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result: it's a big juicy beezer 😘

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trade 14 short

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result: ****

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trade 15 long

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result profit

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trade 16 long

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result profit

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trade 17 short

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result: loss

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trade 18 short

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result profit

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trade 19 short

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result loss

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trade 20 long

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result diarrhoea

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trade 21 long

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result profit

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Trade 22 long

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result profit

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trade 23 short

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result loss

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trade 24 long

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result loss

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Trade 25 short

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result loss

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trade 26 short

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result profit

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trade 27 short

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result loss, feels like we are doing very badly at the moment

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trade 28 short

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result loss

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trade 29 short

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result another loss, very disappointing

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