prochargedmopar wrote: IgazI wrote:
prochargedmopar wrote:Traded AU most of friday because family members were visiting. Came into computer room and took a couple NQ scalps randomly.
Totally forgot about the runner that would have put the account over the $2k target but got Zeroed out before I remembered it.
Careful, NQ can rip your face off. . .
I would just stick with the S&P futures, because at least you won't have to sell the house if something crazy happens.
US30 seems to have higher volatility than Nasdaq.
At least from the POINT OF ENTRY drawdown historically speaking. hahahahaah
And the speed at which I can be up 1-2 or 300 points.
Technically speaking, it's only natural that when everything is considered, US30 CFD is more volatile and better than any other stock index cfd. It's in the 30k price level, it moves per point, and most importantly it only has 30 underlying companies compared to US500 cfd and US100 cfd. So, in a sense, US30 cfd is the king of stock index cfd.
However, if I were to trade the futures market, I would obviously go with ES. ES is just a monster. One can make a veeeeeeery good living with just a minimum of 3 points a day. MES is a good 2nd option if the trader doesn't have enough funds.