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  1. #11
    Well said... It'll appeal to him if he is a swing trader like me. Otherwise, day traders do find long term setups quite dull.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Are you expecting somebody to provide trade signals to you or you want to learn how to find such trades? Or simply informing us what you've been doing? Why go for 100 pips trades when you can have 10 trades of 10 pips each having less risk of market turning against you?
    Want to Learn to find such trades

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  4. #14
    Aim is to learn how to read the market out of a chart.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    looking for trades with more than 100 pips.
    What about EUD/NZD, 4 D or H TF? Test it out with HA candles.
    Trend is your friend. Hard part is overly identified it.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    If you're searching for market analysis for such trades I recommend searching for long-term analyses, as such moves usually take quite some time to grow unless they're triggered by news.
    Long time analysis actually can bring more profit. But which analysis is more suitable for the newcomers? What you really thinking?

  7. #17
    Why would you need to ask for 100 pips. It doesn't matter how many pips you make out of a trade. It's certain that extended time frames are more appropriate for newbies. The idea is if you are going to have the ability to make money to not get rich fast. Getting rich is an outcome of a successful trading egy having a hard discipline you keep out day in day. I know traders who handle millions seeking to make 5-10 pips a day and put back. So it is irrelevant to have 100 pips or not. Or even one telling you how he makes 100 pips a transaction. The holly grail is strickt money management with a trading egy that fits your personality nothing else. And that my friend is something you find yourself

  8. #18
    Aren't the time market analysis more like long weather forecasting?
    That is a question,not a statement.

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote extended time analysis really can bring more profit. But that analysis is appropriate for the newcomers? What you really thinking?
    The one thing that matters, in my opinion, is really for the analysis to be correct. Various individuals have different needs, but when they are following correct analysis, be it long or short-term one, they need to be profitable.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Aren't the very long time market analysis more like long time weather forecasting? That really is a question,not a statement.
    You know when summer comes and the way the summer will be (or guessing a bright day is easier). However, you don't know if you'll have a summer rain. So whether it rains or another day and possibly next week will be glowing.

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