Vipyr
So I saw the buy alert on GNUS above $1.74 with a stop/lose below $1.74   Since the stock closed today at $1.73 did that mean that it was also sold today?  
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AbovetheGreenLine
Yes, GNUS sold off on the Close to $1.73.

It was supposed to be a quick pop up and out, where you sold it 5% off the days high of $2.00  (or $1.90). But many don't understand that.  It was already up 18% when it crossed the 10-day average. I guess a TRAILING 5% stop was the only solution.

We have lowered the Stop to $1.70, and if it pops up again tomorrow, we will probably EXIT.

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Good trading, and tell your friends!
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Vipyr
So Im guessing that this is one of those day trading stocks. That really is not my style,, as I really prefer to swing trade.  So if I would have bought this, I would have immediately set my stop loss at $1.74.   But what it it closes above the pink line tomorrow?  Do you hold or do you just trade it and take the profits as a day trade? Reason I ask is because you have a target of $3.50   
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