Thursday, Mar.30, 2023 – Trading Journal


Started the day right at 9:30am buying TSLA Calls for a breakout but stalled at 197 so I locked +40% gains.

During the day I’ve been all over TSLA again, and took some losses.

After 10am,  I shorted QQQ buying PUT and scalped it for 80% gains.

After 11am I also faded NVDA but also slow, so locked small PnL gains.

Today my biggest mistake of the day was insisting a little bit too much on TSLA and I felt some FOMO… looking in perspective, I only slept 5h30 and was tired, so I need remember do less after a bad night sleep.

Overall was able to get some nice cash flow day but exhausting.


Trading Summary

9:30AM | TSLA Mar 31 $200 Calls from 1.1 to 1.55 | PnL* = 395$
9:36AM | TSLA Mar 31 $190 Puts from 1 to 1.2 | PnL* = 188$
9:41AM | TSLA Mar 31 $200 Calls from 1.1 to 1.45 | PnL* = 305$
9:52AM | QQQ Mar 30 $315 Puts from 0.87 to 0.78 | PnL* = -113$
10:01AM | QQQ Mar 30 $315 Puts from 0.7 to 1.25 | PnL* = 754$
10:23AM | TSLA Mar 31 $200 Calls from 1.1 to 1.25 | PnL* = 125$
11:26AM | NVDA Mar 31 $270 Puts from 1.1 to 1.35 | PnL* = 215$
11:38AM | AAPL Mar 31 $160 Puts from 0.29 to 0.32 | PnL* = 62$
2:24PM | TSLA Mar 31 $200 Calls from 0.9 to 0.72 | PnL* = -212$

Today PnL = 1,719$


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