Chikot posted: The only problem I see is that you need very volatile markets like today.
to trade when market is not volatile i 'try' to scalp instead, dropping the method and concentrating on getting one trade right :)
whats hard to learn is resisting to trade when you know you shouldn't, i expected a decent pullback tonight, but looking at the charts no direction is evident yet, if anything it looks to be slowly crawling back to 1.3, i should really drop the last trades out till morning but i know i wont :)
i feel the currency is overvalued, so expecting a hard drop, that said it still feels wrong to have a sell in now, when current short term trend is bullish
I could not trade at work and had very limited time at home only at night. Only played a bit but mostly had only time last summer when I opened my thread and traded only oil for 2 months. I have to admit my biggest progress had happened during this hiatus. Both psychological and technical.
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