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Hi all, I'm new here, I'm a day trader in England discovering the forum, and literally have no idea what I'm doing.

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Are you the Heikin Ashi Trader who wrote several books on day trading?

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Hi.  I have no idea what I'm doing either :D

The markets seem to be in a tailspin ATM.  Go short!

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9 hours ago, HeikenAshi said:

Hi all, I'm new here, I'm a day trader in England discovering the forum, and literally have no idea what I'm doing.

Not knowing what you're doing is your 1st Step.  2nd Step is trying to figure out your 1st Step Mistakes. :D  Good Luck.

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8 hours ago, tehka said:

Are you the Heikin Ashi Trader who wrote several books on day trading?

Nope haha just what I use when trading rather than normal candles

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