any way its Xaron's approach to the market that, i am sure will rub many up the wrong way, and most "teachers" of trading would like to use Xaron as an example of what not to do . . . . but nevertheless i thought his approach interesting.
i'd call it 'freestyle' trading, the whole thing feels pretty formless.
the basic idea, from what i can gather, is to form an overall directional bias, enter at significant support or resistance, and throw in a bit of fundamentals
and dont be too concerned about precise entries and be liberal with your stops . . . . sounds relaxed doesnt it, but his stats seem good
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