This is for the rookies here, and I won't mention any names, like doncassel and garypatterson.
You guys don't know the difference between a bull or bear market, and a market that is in neutral, like CLNE.
You buy bull markets, sell bear markets, and stay away from neutral markets!
Trading Quote of The Day...
"When I'm bearish and I sell a stock, each sale must be at a lower level than the previous sale. When I am buying, the reverse is true. I must buy on a rising scale. I don't buy long stocks on a scale down, I buy on a scale up. The price pattern reminds you that every movement of importance is but a repetition of similar price movements, that just as soon as you can familiarize yourself with the actions of the past, you will be able to anticipate and act correctly and profitably upon forthcoming movements. I never hesitate to tell a man that I am bullish or bearish. But I do not tell people to buy or sell any particular stock. In a bear market all stocks go down and in a bull market they go up."
NICE QUOTATION but YOU'RE NOT following the advice you are giving! If CLNE is neither bearish or bullish but in a neutral market THEN follow your own advice and stay the hell away from the stock.
I am very sure that the advice Jesse Livermore gave applies equally to staking out long positions or staking out short positions. It's obvious that you have staked out a short position in a stock that is in your own words in a neutral market trend.
Stop your fellatio posting, you're getting almost as bad as mental-masturbator Robert.