Assuming that you are, I guess you end up with a lot of BE trades - once you start reducing your risk as price starts to go your way
MightyOne wrote:You are confusing me for a systems trader when I am discretionary.
If you are asking if the probability that price will not return to the high is greater when price closes out side of the largest decline that returned to the high then the answer is yes.
I am usually short before the box is even hit.
I may go long shortly after the low break until price closes below the box.
My SL is either 9, 14, or 19 pips
If the spread is > 3 then my SL is not 9
If the spread is > 5 then my SL is not 14
If I scalp then it is added to my SL for re entry
My SL NEVER moves!
If I wish to reduce risk then I will take profit.monolisa wrote:To MO and Manta: So do you short as soon as price break support (box with A low and B high) or wait until the next candle open? Where do you put your stoploss? Thanks in advance