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TinGull

TICK lows on the Russell TICK, not NYSE

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Here is a video showing how we broke afternoon support and I shorted the breakdown, and then covered at breakeven because I thought we were reversing in no mans land. What I wasn't watching was the Russell TICK. It had made fresh lows when I shorted. That's a perfect entry! Hopefully someone can learn from my mistakes.

 

I did end up getting in and taking 2 points, though.

 

http://www.traderslaboratory.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=586&stc=1&d=1170099558

ER2TickLows.mov

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nice trade, Gull. my cable is still having problem and the wireless internet from school is very unstable. guess i wouldn't be able to trade until next week.

by the way, what platform did you use. is doesn't seem likes TS.

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