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Yeah, trading's not for everyone. It takes a steady hand, and you certainly shouldn't expect to win every time you play.
It's days like tomorrow, which has, in my opinion, a much better chance of being a down day than an up day, that allows traders to make profit margins generally above pure investing.
Don't get me wrong: the majority of the stocks I own, I own as an investor, not a trader.
My brother in law shares your interest in pharmaceuticals. I don't know enough about them, myself, but their prices definitely whip-saw based on phase results.