Trading Journal #144
Monday, Apr.03, 2023 – Trading Journal
Started the day right at 9:31am buying TSLA Calls for a bounce and locked +50% gains.
I also got AMZN Calls but momentum stalled so locked my 30% gains.
Around 10am, I faded IWM AAPL with PUT scalp but closed way too soon as those IWM P179 went from 0.55 entries into 2.5, so congrats shorts
After 10am, got some more cash flow on AMD and TSLA but action was slow so I locked the gains and back into cash.
Overall, I got some nice cash flow and no losses today, so I’m happy, but it was a slow boring action on some stocks.
9:31AM | TSLA Apr 06 $210 Calls from 1.7 to 2.5 | PnL* = 473$
9:32AM | AMZN Apr 06 $104 Calls from 0.6 to 0.8 | PnL* = 320$
9:43AM | IWM Apr 03 $179 Puts from 0.55 to 0.7 | PnL* = 249$
10:00AM | AAPL Apr 06 $165 Puts from 1.22 to 1.4 | PnL* = 135$
10:15AM | AMD Apr 06 $97 Calls from 1.1 to 1.35 | PnL* = 215$
11:57AM | TSLA Apr 06 $205 Calls from 1.1 to 1.4 | PnL* = 260$
Today PnL = 1,652$
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