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Dax potential trade of the week

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On Monday buy long 12800 call weekly for about 40 ticks( maximum 60) , this type of strategy has worked in the past on indices.Let the option expire on Friday.



Trader can only lose 40 ticks , the maximum risk.If it fails and loses , I will buy again the following week.I don't know what the price will be on the options on Monday.


My next area of support is 124000  , where  I will repeat the trade and repeat it lower at 11900 with options.Dow has started a correct , it is possible the market may either rebound or correct further. No risk no reward/ no pain no gain.


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Dax is a buy based on weekly charts , buy the dip,  but if Dow corrects  it will take the Dax lower.As a trader I follow my methods like buy the dip.Trader never know what will happen next , just control the risk of loss.


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