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There are many heath benefits of automating trade signal indicators.They provide you with precise signals based on automated trading analysis.These are designed by a real trader.

 

Sitting at a desk takes 10 years off a trader's life, the healthy option is to automate and live a much healthier life.Enjoy the 10 pence a point trading and trade from your yachts.

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Well you certainly need a health work/life balance in any enterprise.  For many retail traders this is actually a work/trading/life balance.  Some people swear by end of day trading (i.e. analyse the days move when it is all over and set up trades for the following day IF you spot anything that fits your criteria).  Others simply identify likely entry points and set up limit or stop orders that fit their criteria.  Everyone else watches and waits.  Of course you can do a mix of all 3.  I have no experience of MT4, I just use stop/limit orders on PRT.

 

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On 22/11/2018 at 18:07, Mercury said:

Well you certainly need a health work/life balance in any enterprise.  For many retail traders this is actually a work/trading/life balance.  Some people swear by end of day trading (i.e. analyse the days move when it is all over and set up trades for the following day IF you spot anything that fits your criteria).  Others simply identify likely entry points and set up limit or stop orders that fit their criteria.  Everyone else watches and waits.  Of course you can do a mix of all 3.  I have no experience of MT4, I just use stop/limit orders on PRT

 

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