Being a trader, as we know, is very difficult, one of the most difficult jobs in the world, and doing it full time is a constant challenge against yourself, as well as against the market.

However, it sometimes happens that all forecasts turn out to be correct and a trade goes exactly as hoped for.

This is the case with Virgin Galactic (SPCE).

Entered after the break of the bearish trendline, in the $ 35 area, I had set as a target of 59.95, close to June 28th.
Immediately, since the GAP up on June 25 was very important, I entered a stop profit, below the low of the candle of 28, then taken exactly the following day.
Too bad for the target not taken for a few cents, but still a relatively short trading operation with an excellent ROI.

As always, I enclose the closure of the transaction for transparency. (Blog:

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