I did. Let me start off by saying that I've only been trading since late January of this year, and that this is my first post in this forum. After many mishaps I've developed a strategy that I think that will work for me if I can control my emotions, which is the biggest problem I've had so far. The other is timing my trades. Anyway, now that I've told what you could probably guess about any novice trader, I'll tell you a bit more about the style of trading that I'm trying to get working. I tried scalping fast moving stocks like GOOG and AAPL, and although I had one very good day at it, the rest of my experience with scalping was a disaster. So I've decided to stick with slower moving stocks like JBHT for intraday and 2-5 day trades. For analysis I basically look at classic chart patterns like triangles, support and resistance levels, and use some Fibonacci retracement lines. I also try to go with the trend, and take a look at the same stocks every day to get a feel for the way they move. I've been following JBHT for a while, and it appears to me to be in a down trend off its most recent high of 25.84 on 5/10. From looking at the support and resistance lines on the 5 and 15 minute charts for the past couple weeks, I thought it would be a good idea to short it today (5/19) at 24.80. It closed at 24.48 on 5/18 and it looked like it was making a minor rebound before continuing its downward slide. I lost confidence in the stock's ability to get back up to 24.80 and ended up shorting it at 24.60. Of course, it then proceeded to hit 24.85 before it turned back down. I'm aiming for at least a profit at 23.80, a low that the stock hit on 5/17. My stop, based on resistance levels, is at 24.95. This gives me a reward-to-risk ratio of 80:35, a little better than 2:1. Criticisms welcome.