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Secret is how and when to apply it correctly

 

Systems work , if they are good

Indicators work , if used correctly, 

EAS robots work , if they decent

Signals work if they are based with fundamentals .

 

A  hammer can't do the job of a screw driver, but it takes years knowing when to apply what tools in trading, since all(99.99  %) trading books are beautifully written to sell the road map to the trading gold , but written by people who failed to make an income from it.

 

You need to be a skilled user of tools.

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Trading skills  is like having the skills of a heart surgeon , trading skills required are very difficult.Not every doctor can do heart surgery with skill, in the old days anybody used to try to do heart surgery  with knives , there was a special name for these doctors who did not have the skills.

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