Lately I'm having trouble getting into Long positions because I look at how far a stock price has moved from the previous close, and think the overall move has run out of steam and will reverse on me any second if I get in. For example, NVDA this morning. Everything was looking good, and I could have gotten in when NVDA was up 3 points but I couldn't do it. I felt like the stock had run out of steam and wouldn't go any higher. Hell, I even thought I should short it :eek: There are several other moves I've spotted but missed out on because of the thinking that a stock has moved up X amount and cannot go any higher. Maybe it's because I began trading in a bear market and am afraid to go Long on stocks that have already made big moves. Any advice from the pros? Regards.