Ok, it’s day 2 this time. Day 1 was yesterday where I did 22 push ups, accepted the challenge from Rain, and challenged Ronnie. Today I nominated Devon, I thought I forgot her last name in the video. 🙂 Have fun with the challenge!
I really don’t blog that much anymore, but I think this is the best place to compile the my #22PushUp Challenge of #22Kill. Each day I will be nominating someone new. I accepted this challenge from Rain (private profile so her pushup video may not appear) and is nominating Ronnie, a co-worker of mine at The Control Group on my Day 1 for the 22 Push Up Challenge. Please also consider donating to 22kill.com.
Indexes are starting to show some kind of downward trend, and I have some unsettled funds. I cherry picked my trades and decided to go back in HA and waited for what I though to be the lowest point and opened at 45.66 and it’s now going sideways. My mistake is I bought with unsettled funds thinking it would be settled tomorrow. I miscalculated where I forgot Friday was a holiday in the stock market and my fund would be settled on Wednesday. Meaning I cannot close out of my positions until my funds are settled. 2 days might be too long to be as nimble as I want to be where this market is starting to slow down on it’s sudden rise. On the bright side, HA has proven to perform well in the long term. Hopefully I don’t have to wait that long.
It’s been 10 days since my last blog post and that uptrend in the market was good, and I’ve been holding on to HA since March 17. Bought 200 shares at $46.0199 and sold yesterday, March 24. I sold 100 shares at a resistance level, where I set a limit sell of $46.46. When that limit was hit, and it continued to rise, breaking through resistance while NASDAQ, S&P and DJ was going down.
I added a $0.30 cent trailing stop since I thought this must be over bought and will be going down soon, and was able to sell my remaining 100 shares at $47.0417. So how much did I make? Let’s look at the numbers… Read More