Trade Tracking Spreadsheet
New Resource Being Added FYI
I don’t always take profits when I make a trade. At times, I will exit and take my losses on a coin for no other reason than I have found an excellent setup that I simply cannot resist. I am not always the best at providing all the details, insight, and strategy to my every trade, though, I do try.
In between the many tasks that I am involved with at any given moment, it is easy for me to miss providing a more exhaustive post which include many of these details. Such was the case today when I made my post regarding AGLD. I hastily typed up the post so that you all could know as soon as possible that I had sold out of my position. And I sold with 15% profit on the day as it was running into resistance at that 50 day ma. However, my overall success on this trade was actually a small loss from my point of entry. I took that loss because I felt that what I was swapping into had far more profit potential. And that is often the case. I will quickly abandon a coin if multiple indicators show me that my best case scenareo would be to make such a trade.
In the future, you may have questions about whether I profited or lost on a particular trade. And, in case I don’t provide all of these details in my TRADE ALERT, I thought it might be beneficial that I start tracking my trades on a spreadsheet and then including that spreadsheet with my posts. Unfortunately, at this time, substack doesn’t offer the ability to embed iframes. So, at this time, I will simply attach the spreadsheet below the paywall. You may then download and view on your device. I hope that this will provide each of you with more clarity and transparency on my trades.
The spreadsheet will include: Ticker Symbol, Entry Date, Entry Price, Exit Date, Exit Price, Profit or Loss data, and the number of days I was involved in the trade. Let me know if you think I should include anything else.
Below you will find the spreadsheet, including today’s entry. I will add each trade hereafter. If you’d like me to create a link-able share instead, please let me know in the comment section below.