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Discussion in 'Trade Journals' started by ForexJoe, Feb 1, 2019.

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    ForexJoe New Member

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    Last week I started trading new stock account. First two shares I bought are SLM and RRC. One is up and RRC in loss. This is longer term trading I intend to hold stocks for weeks or even months. SLM I enter at 9.31 todays price 10.72. RRC enter at 11.71 last price 11.02.
     
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    There was not much change in price for my two stocks. For next week trade ,I am researching ABEV a beer and drinks company from Brasil. It,s share price is moving up since January.
     
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    Three weeks into trading. EUR/USD: -14.85
    RRC :-21.36
    SLM :4.86
    Balance:167.98
    Equity : 136.66
    Unrealised P/L: -31.32
    Dep. : 154.
     
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    New investment: Nok 10 @6.32
    SLM [email protected]
    Dep: €200
    P/L -26.94

    EUR/USD P/L -19.81
    most of loss is in EUR/USD.
     
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