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"Never over-estimate someone else's intelligence & under-estimate your own" ~ "The prudent mariner never relies solely on 1 aid to navigation"
~ "Rarely get what you want, almost always what you Picture & Dream/never quit!
Entrepreneur, former fund manager, active independent trader, trading mostly the US equity market via stocks, ETFs and options, following closely the syndicate calendar for IPOs and secondary deals. Frenchman. Active in markets for more than 15 years
Tom Aspray, professional trader and analyst, is a senior editor for MoneyShow.com. He has been writing about the financial markets for over 30 years and is considered a pioneer in computerized technical analysis.
I've no idea about any direction of any financial instrument of the market. My algorithm is detecting imbalances on certain levels JUST-IN-TIME.
+ buy FAR ABOVE the given threshold-level or sell FAR BEOW the injurious level.
Trend Trading with Multiple Time Frames. ((Price)) is the True indicator, VWAP, MACD, Volume and TA can always help. Charts are good to set Targets, But ((Price)) only pays. So be flexible that charts can change patterns.
Day Trading: Realistic expectations must be established with the knowledge that profits will add up over the long term if you stick with your system. When you start getting greedy, that's when issues arise.