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ECH is back to being priced within a dime of where it was before yesterday's breakout, retrospectively making my exit before the close The Right Thing To Do. (I kept my $0.90 cents per share. Them that held gave back their gains.)

In recent days, I've seen this pattern of the following day taking back the gains of the previous enough times that holding overnight isn't worth the risks. That means 'day trading', which is generally associated with intense effort and lots of turnover. But there's nothing necessary about those associations. Instead, I'd call what I'm doing 'short-term trend-following'.
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