Thursday, Apr.06, 2023 – Trading Journal


Started the day at 9:30am fading GOOGL with GOOGL PUTs that I locked for +60% gains and flipped my focus into TSLA and AMD longs.

After 9:35am,  I scalped longs on TSLA Calls twice for +45% gains and AMD Calls for +40% gains. 

After 9:55am, loaded big on TSLA Calls for an oversold bounce and locked +130% gains. I run it from 80cents into 2.10, but hit more than $3+, so congrats longs.

After that, I got back to cash and done!

Overall, was a great day and some key points to focus:

  • I planned well before the market open, had my levels on the chart and shared with everyone on chatroom. I’m proud with the morning trading plan as levels worked great!
  • After market open, I  only focused on execution, forgot everything else and was the day which I was most focused in all week, so I’m very proud of the work done!


Trading Summary

9:30AM | GOOGL Apr 06 $105 Puts from 0.5 to 0.8 | PnL* = 576$
9:37AM | TSLA Apr 06 $182.5 Calls from 0.9 to 1.15 | PnL* = 262$
9:38AM | AMD Apr 06 $91 Calls from 0.85 to 1.2 | PnL* = 406$
9:44AM | TSLA Apr 06 $182.5 Calls from 0.8 to 1.15 | PnL* = 440$
9:57AM | TSLA Apr 06 $182.5 Calls from 0.82 to 1.9 | PnL* = 1282$

Today PnL = 2,966$


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