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1 hour ago, dmedin said:

 

I thought you were successful at trading short time frames.

For me multiple time frame analysis is more of a solid approach than hopping from one “indicator” to another. I am most profitable scaling in and out of a swing trade.  

 

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5 hours ago, AndrewS said:

For me multiple time frame analysis is more of a solid approach than hopping from one “indicator” to another. I am most profitable scaling in and out of a swing trade.  

Good for you?

Are you just showing off here then?  Because I haven't seen you post anything useful?  Unless you think a daily chart with a two-hundred moving average is useful in some way?

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Folks, IG have 250,000 clients and two people - Andrew and I think the wee diminutive Sw3dish **** - have posted something indicating that they've made some money recently.

That's a potential two out of 250,000 who aren't losing money.

Please, feel free to chime in and share your success story (you don't have to share your methods).

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14 hours ago, dmedin said:

Good for you?

Are you just showing off here then?  Because I haven't seen you post anything useful?  Unless you think a daily chart with a two-hundred moving average is useful in some way?

The French index dropped 0.43% between posting the first and second charts and the last daily profit figure in the trade analytics was entirely from scaling out of a long and a short on the Dax.

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On 18/10/2020 at 07:06, AndrewS said:

The French index dropped 0.43% between posting the first and second charts and the last daily profit figure in the trade analytics was entirely from scaling out of a long and a short on the Dax.

I also had a >1 return at one point this year in my trade analytics.

Come back and show me a >1 return over a period of five years or more and I'll be impressed.

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The arrow shows where you should have entered the trade, but if you're asleep or doing something else - tough t!ts.  What you going to do about it, except sit out the entire move?  Another reason why buy and hold is simpler and more effective :)

 

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