For a young company, I would buy in small lot, dipping my toe in first before I throw in lots of money. Who cares if you buy 100 or 200 shares for start. If you heard about the power of 25, a professional trader start out with only 25 shares, if it goes his way then he throw in 1000, 2000 or more shares.
"watch and learn" is the hint they trade on paper money. I've seen most of poster "watch and learn" disappearing.
Just be patient, if you want up and down fast, try TSLA, go long or short doesn't matter, just hope you are on the right side of the trade.
38 trades? why not just bought at open and sell at close, just 1 trade. You trade on 1minute chart or Tick chart?
Why would you own an IPO stock while there are many other stocks to trade? FB was a good example. It's good to wait for a couple quarter before investing, now it's just a trade. Sell cover call only get you 25% of what you loss, ie. if stock drop $4, you may get $1 from selling cover calls.
M up almost 10% 3.5% in same-store-sales. JCP can do better than that after earning.