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Thank you, Nial you are an awesome educator.
No 65 speaks to me loudest. 8775 Actually using my trading journal 8776 is the area where I take short cuts. So, I am taking on honing those skills over the next month.
NZD to EURO Forex Rate | New Zealand Dollar and EURO
How To Play Sic Bo (Tai Sai) | How To Beat The Casinos
I respect peoples opinions, I just don 8767 t have to agree with them. Day trading in the traditional sense has a very high failure rate and leads to account churning.
I want my students and followers to understand the realities and that is what I write about.
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Nail, i buy your idea. Ever since i started trading 9hrs and daily time frame, i feel relaxed, less stress, i make consistent profit and have time for other things. I am not condemning the lower time frame. Lower time frame works if a well thought out strategy/ trading rules are strictly followed. it all depends on individual who is ready to give what it takes to be successful. so in a null shell, whatever time frame one trades, one should carefully weigh the pros and coin. But for me 9 hrs and Daily is the best.
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definitely stop hunting in equities-i was trading a stock that hadnt moved 65 cents in 85 minutes-short -stop--took 89 seconds for my stop to be hit and 6 minute later stock was at -definitely algo stop hunter got nice short in-equity now at 7 hrs later with nevra retrace to
It can take a heavy psychological impact on you. I once saw a guy at Commodities Corp (now a division of Goldman Sachs) throw his computer across the room because he leveraged his position by scaling in too much.
This is another reason I really hate day-trading who wants to try to sift through a sea of false-signals and market noise when you can so easily “smooth” it all out by looking at the higher time frame charts? As some of you know, I only teach and trade on time frames above the 6 hour, and even the 6 hour is not a time frame I personally trade very often. The 9 hour and daily time frames are my favorite, and I really consider anything below the 6 hour to be trading account “suicide”.