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June 14, 2011 6:21 am - Posted by Trader  | Comments ( 0 )

Here you can see an overview of the trades of the European morning and afternoon trading session.

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The system is really easy to understand. We developed a special coral-line in which we coded the scalping system.

If the coral is blue the market direction is bullish and we look for long trades only. If the coral is red the market direction is bearish and we only look for short trades.

Furthermore we use a overbought/oversold trend indicator to determine the time of entry.

For long trades we wait for the overbought/oversold trend indicator to reach the oversold region and when making a bottum we enter the market. (Mostly the market makes a double bottum).

For short trades we wait for the overbought/oversold indicator to reach the overbought region and when making a top we enter the market. (Mostly the market makes a double top).

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To convince yourself how easy this system is, please take a look at the charts of the trades of this morning and afternoon.

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Good Trading!

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P.S.

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Finally I want to emphasize the follwoing.

The results shown in this blog are based on the indicators & strategy we teach in the Professional Daytrading course. The Exact Entry System is used to determine the entry price and point in trending markets.

Please consider that no representation is being made that an account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown in my blog.

There are no guarantees or certainties in trading. Reliability of trading strategies and systems is in probabilities only. Trading involves hard work, risk, discipline and the ability to follow rules and trade through any tough periods including during system draw-downs. If you are looking for guarantees, trading is not for you. Most people lose from trading. One of the reasons is that they lack discipline and are unable to be consistent. A system can help you become consistent. The ability to be disciplined and take the trades is equally as important as any technical indicators a trader uses. It is important to only trade with true risk capital.

Before start daytrading please read our disclaimer and risk warning carefully!

June 11, 2011 5:13 am - Posted by Trader  | Comments ( 0 )

Here you can see an overview of the trades of the European morning and afternoon trading session.

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The system is really easy to understand. We developed a special coral-line in which we coded the scalping system.

If the coral is blue the market direction is bullish and we look for long trades only. If the coral is red the market direction is bearish and we only look for short trades.

Furthermore we use a overbought/oversold trend indicator to determine the time of entry.

For long trades we wait for the overbought/oversold trend indicator to reach the oversold region and when making a bottum we enter the market. (Mostly the market makes a double bottum).

For short trades we wait for the overbought/oversold indicator to reach the overbought region and when making a top we enter the market. (Mostly the market makes a double top).

If you are interested in this new FDAX Scalping System, please mail us at:

info@profitable-daytrading.com

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We will then inform you on the introduction of this system and about the pricing and detailed manual.

To convince yourself how easy this system is, please take a look at the charts of the trades of this morning and afternoon.

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Good Trading!

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P.S.

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Finally I want to emphasize the follwoing.

The results shown in this blog are based on the indicators & strategy we teach in the Professional Daytrading course. The Exact Entry System is used to determine the entry price and point in trending markets.

Please consider that no representation is being made that an account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown in my blog.

There are no guarantees or certainties in trading. Reliability of trading strategies and systems is in probabilities only. Trading involves hard work, risk, discipline and the ability to follow rules and trade through any tough periods including during system draw-downs. If you are looking for guarantees, trading is not for you. Most people lose from trading. One of the reasons is that they lack discipline and are unable to be consistent. A system can help you become consistent. The ability to be disciplined and take the trades is equally as important as any technical indicators a trader uses. It is important to only trade with true risk capital.

Before start daytrading please read our disclaimer and risk warning carefully!

June 8, 2011 11:56 pm - Posted by Trader  | Comments ( 0 )

Date: January 3rd 2011

Instrument: FDAX March 2011 & Forex EUR/USD

Economic News:

  • USA: ISM Manufacturing PMI 16:00 Central European Time

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Hello Traders,

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Here is an overview of the trades I took trading the FDAX in the European morning and afternoon session of January 3rd.

  • 15 trades: 12 winners, 2 losers and 1 break-even
  • total of + 26 points with 1 contract (EUR 650 ex transaction costs) & 1 pip with 1 lot (USD 10 ex transaction cost)
  • maximum risk exposure was 3 points.

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This is my Bracket Trader overview of the morning session:

Note: the time showed in Bracket Trader is Central European Time

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In the following 3 minute chart I have  pointed out the trades during the morning session. I removed the indicators we use to determine our trades.

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This is my Bracket Trader overview of the afternoon session:

Note: the time showed in Bracket Trader is Central European Time

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In the following 3 minute chart I have  pointed out the trades during the afternoon session.

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Good Trading!

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P.S.

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Finally I want to emphasize the follwoing.

The results shown in this blog are based on the indicators & strategy we teach in the Professional Daytrading course. The Exact Entry System is used to determine the entry price and point in trending markets.

Please consider that no representation is being made that an account will or is likely to achieve profits or losses similar to those shown in my blog.

There are no guarantees or certainties in trading. Reliability of trading strategies and systems is in probabilities only. Trading involves hard work, risk, discipline and the ability to follow rules and trade through any tough periods including during system draw-downs. If you are looking for guarantees, trading is not for you. Most people lose from trading. One of the reasons is that they lack discipline and are unable to be consistent. A system can help you become consistent. The ability to be disciplined and take the trades is equally as important as any technical indicators a trader uses. It is important to only trade with true risk capital.

Before start daytrading please read our disclaimer and risk warning carefully!

January 3, 2011 8:01 pm - Posted by Trader  | off

Date: December 27th 2010

Instrument: FDAX

Economic News:

  • USA: Consumer Confidence – 16:00 Central European Time

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Hello Traders,

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Here is an overview of the trades I took trading the DAX future in the European morning session of december 28th.

  • 2 trades: 2 winners, 0 losers and 0 break-even
  • total of + 12 points with 1 contract (EUR 300 ex transaction costs)
  • maximum risk exposure was 0,5 points.

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Note: the time showed in Bracket Trader is Central European Time

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Because of the reduced opening hours I only traded in the morning session. I did 2 trades in the opening hour. The market was in a small bearish trend.

After that the market bounced back and the rest of the morning was no volatility.  But that’s normal for the time of the year.

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Good Trading!

December 28, 2010 8:16 pm - Posted by Trader  | off