I’m going to hit Pause On My Robinhood Account, and here’s why. . .

I’m in the process of selling most of my stocks in my Robinhood account for cash. I’m going to have a small balance to play with and start clean. I want to get in, take a little profit, get out–and stay out. So when I’m sleeping at night, the money isn’t changing values, subject to the whim of trade agreements, politics, oil prices, middle east turmoil, or Stormy Daniels news . It would be in cash. But I still have a couple stocks that aren’t at the price I originally bought them at: MU and QCOM. I bought them both for the same price (around 56) dollars. Qualcomm is presently a bit more than 50 (which is nice), and Micron is at around 46. This bugs me. I need to at least hold them until the 46 is at or better than the 56, and the 50 is at or better than the 56. I have hope, and even if it takes a bit, that’s ok. I got out of all the others that didn’t go parabolic the instant I invested in them. I want to start fresh. I’ll be making more day trades, with the techniques I’ve learned in the https://www.warriortrading.com/ that I recently took.

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