-If a stock goes up and down several times and you’ve missed opportunities to sell when it peaked, you may get “ants in your pants”
-This can cause you to buy before the stock begins to ascend again, and it may actually decrease instead
-You’ll take a loss simply because you were rushing
-The past doesn’t always equal the future and patterns don’t always repeat themselves
-Wait for volume confirmations: for it to gain volume or to drop and break the support line
-Be disciplined and patient in order to avoid this mistake
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