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Files are named in the following fashion:
Trade #. Ticker. Time-frame. EE / blank
so 1.ARD.DAILY.EE would mean a trade in ARD on a daily time-frame and the EE means the chart contains the "Entry" and the "Exit".
On the chart the annotation "Entry @o" means entry at opening prices. "Entry @i" means entry at intraday prices (this does not mean my decision was made during market hours - rather, I was filled at an intraday price). The same holds true for exits.
The little blue entry arrows and red exit arrows point to the bar on which the entry/exit took place, not the specific price. On later charts however I began manually pointing to my exact entry on the bar (You will see the difference).
If entry/exit prices are not matching with the chart it is due to a split in the traded issue
11 of the stocks I have traded are no longer actively traded on the exchanges - they are therefore not included.