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  1. Day trading is one of the most intensive and time consuming ways of trading. If you have to spend your time on a daily job I wouldn´t recommend that path for you. There are other ways of making a transition from your job to a full time trading desk. Maybe taking a slower approach that would require checking your platform once or twice a day would be better. I also have a full time job and I don´t consider day trading for the effort that I have to make to get it done. I don´t think I would be able to make it.
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  2. Hey traders, What an exciting time to trade ASX right now! I'm interested in starting a group for ideas for technical analysis for trading on ASX300 listed companies and ETF... trying to build on my portfolio. Working together we have more eyes on the market and hopefully a better return! Here we go: today's trade Long on GDX.ASX Candles looking Bullish, possible bounce from trendline. Good 9% return. 3.3 RvR
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  3. Not really sure how to reply to any of this but good info thanks. I have tried all sorts of time frames but i don't really have the time like THT to be staring at the screen, i have a full time job. The slower pace is a relief on the daily charts. The thinking of most people who come on here or at least what i was aiming for was to see if i could do better than bank savings rates and passive investments. Certainly it is possible but not convinced for myself yet. I assume most also invest as well as you're not going to plough all your savings into a trading account.
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  4. closed today. position closed and thread can close. on next look out for next stock with a good chunk of cash. total return was 38.7% and a total of £731 in income.
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  5. thanks for the background info, interesting stuff, not used etoro myself. What was the paid for indicator? may be based on a mt4 indy. Bill Williams fractals are interesting but they are back painted 2 or 3 bars, so accurate but printed after the event as conformation, fine so long as you know. I think a request to add them has already been made to IG tech. The basic trading formula is to look to trade off obvious levels and that should make the stop loss position clear if you are wrong, to hang on and hope makes it all a coin toss, while the target is the next obvious level. G
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  6. Excellent mate that made me smile. State the obvious much lol I just use investing. Com and trading strategy guides website I paid for the forex indicator and try and back it up using RSI along with bill Williams fractals it's a shame they don't have that indicator on ig's site. Trading strategy guides. Com. But we know its still not fool proof as even I've used the indicators and one would back the movement the right way but as soon as I select trade it goes the other way lol. Intelligence and understanding is key trading I have neither lol. I'm trying to claw back £63,000 I lost on oil on et
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  7. I think we all have better things to do if threads that have had a lot of work put into them are systematically trashed by someone literally just ranting about faece s.
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  8. you don't want to 'get into a statistical war' because you can't refute any of the mountain of WHO, NHS, Dept of Health and other GOVT dept data produced in the thread. Easier to just pretend it's all memes and conspiracy theory and go back to watching the BBC 😵
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  9. errr yeah right, data from yesterday, 7 day rolling average. 0.5 daily deaths per million people. all thanks to community immunity.
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  10. testing, testing, testing > CASES, CASES, CASES. The farce continues. Totally misleading, causing nothing but harm to those caught up in this testing nonsense. The majority of those testing positive are not infectious at all, if anything should instead be testing for symptoms not old viral RNA fragments. Even the WHO says this mass testing (as per Johnson) is a (hundred million £) waste of time.
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  11. you're welcome Andrew. I do hope you make >17.1% a year over 5 - 10 years BTW. I just know that nobody reading this will be able to do it by trading.
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  12. Yes, I think you should reveal how many years you've been trading profitably because this would be more helpful than your 15 minute charts and your daily postings of information that everyone already sees in their trading platform. Why? Because nobody wants to up like you Tom, for FOUR YEARS working for IG for free, plugging at something that you have no realistic chance of winning - what a waste of time I know where the switch is. It is in selling training and books, and all the big trading names have done it. Most of them get most of their income from 'consulting' and 'mentoring
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  13. You're a retard and a diminutive little w4nker, shove off.
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