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    Bought 10,000 EURUSD FX Spot @ 1.24115 to close a position
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    Cancelled: related Stop If Bid Order to buy 10,000 EURUSD FX Spot @ 1.24625
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    Bought 300,000 EURUSD FX Spot @ 1.24445 to close a position
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  • Squawk / 24 March 2018 at 12:56 GMT
    Professional Technical Analyst / BSH Advisory
    India
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    Jadira F. Norton Jadira F. Norton
    Cool stuff from India, thanks a million!
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    thank u much... you can always reach us at the above adres any time.. happy to help you... all the best
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    Saifijaan Saifijaan
    Thanks Steve
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    Saifijaan Saifijaan
    Sir Steve update crude oil please?
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    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    132.32 is first resistance then 132.64
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    Hein Praats Hein Praats
    great, tx for quick input!
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  • Squawk / 06 March 2018 at 12:18 GMT
    Hypothesis Testing
    United Kingdom
    FWIW when you look at the 9-10 range of the BUND and trade the price breakout the highest probability trade is if you scalp for +5 however if the opposing order triggers then run to the close as usually the second price breakout is the trend for the day ! Normally I would only trade cash mkt BUND as no expiries to suffer skew as we approach expiry day. market is always liquid...not so as you approach expiry day nor would I use Saxo as dealing fees are huge and there are cheaper ways to gain cost basis reduction and keep a regular daily income flow. Have a look at todays chart and you will see what occurred today...setting best on 1hr as simpler for this price breakout. 9-10 range is obviously a constrained volume period so momentum usually carries the trade in your favour.
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    fxtime fxtime
    Alan are you testing the strategy protocol or using a monte carlo variant where random testing is the focus to see normalised results then compare to suggested...
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    Alan M Alan M
    In this case the trades would be 'simulated' as accurately as possible to what I would do if I was making the trades, as Im not running...
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  • Squawk / 28 February 2018 at 22:23 GMT
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    Dan, I have a question on rolling short options, easier to explain with example. If for instance I sell today EurUsd Call 1.25; then spot goes on the wrong direction getting closer to 1.25. If I want to roll the option over before it gets in the money (buying this call and selling another one with strike 1.26), when is the best time to do that with respect to spot? I.e. is it better to buy the 1.25 call at the money (when spot is 1.25, as the 1.26 premium may be higher) or a bit out of the money (when spot 1.24-1.1245, as the 1.25 call may be less expensive to buy)?
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    Dan Larsen Dan Larsen
    Hi,
    Tough question as there is never a one-fit-all answer to this... But let me try to put a few comments on it..
    First of all, the timing is...
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    ambro ambro
    Dan, thx a lot, extremely helpful
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  • Squawk / 31 August 2017 at 4:39 GMT
    Technical Analyst in Financial Market / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    Spot Gold Trading View: now having support zone 1296, below holding means 1290 & 1283 easily looking other wise again rise up to 1309 & 1316...
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    raycwf raycwf
    what is more likely? towards 1290 or 1309?
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