Todays trades went really well. I made two significant trades today, one in the futures market and one low float trade. Let’s first dissect the Futures trade that I made on the S & P mini (/ES). This morning as seen in the chart above the /ES mini price dropped quickly at open and then bounced. At first I made a trade to the long side which actually ended up being a red trade to start the morning. After closing that position out I suspected we were going to see another price drop. Instead of jumping into that position I set up a Limit-Stop order @ 2983.75- 2 contracts sell (short). I also used a bracket order to place a stop @ 2984.75 buy stop order. This is how the trade looked on the chart!

overall profit $1,150

The other trade that I placed today was on a low float stock that came right off the scanner in TD Ameritrade’s ThinkOrSwim Software. (the scanner I built can be seen on our YouTube). The stock was Cesca Therapeutics (KOOL). I saw this stock and really didn’t think much of it until it began to reverse from a support area. I decided to place a long trade with only a 500 share order. I entered @$4.32 cent, and closed my position just after the price went above $4.50 cent. The trade from the chart can be seen below.

500 x .20 cents = $100 profit!!

If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment down below. Also, we are considering setting up a stock callout system later this year. We would love to know if you are interested in TheFreedomGrind’s callouts. Leave a comment to tell us if you would be interested!

Published by Eric Jobb

Hello everyone, my name is Eric and I am the founder of TheFreedomGrind. I love to trade stocks and futures, It's my passion, and I will never go back. I have taken time, money, and energy learning the market. There is no secret trick, no gimmick that will get you closer to being profitable. It will take time, money, and energy to make gains as a day trader. I created the blog and the YouTube channel to provide as much useful information about trading to anyone who has the desire to become a trader.

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