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Mr Bear’s Daily SPI Trades

Discussion in 'Trading Diaries and Journals' started by Mr Bear, Jul 19, 2018.

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  1. Mr Bear

    Mr Bear Businesses don’t change often, perception does..

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    Will start posting live trades from tomorrow. 11am ish each day.

    Last night I opened long at 6190 in sycom closing at 6216 today so I have no open positions.

    Weekly trend - UP
    Daily trend - UP
    Intraday trend - Remains UP
     
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  2. Mr Bear

    Mr Bear Businesses don’t change often, perception does..

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    So catch up info today.

    18th was a strong reversal day, switch from short to long, 19th weak continuation, today strong continuation.

    I have not had access to my pc during the day session all week therefore my trade was not reflective of what I will be posting in this thread but for informations sake entry should have been at 11am on 18th at 6202, I bought in sycom once I got home, target should have been 6237 which was reached today, I sold early because I wasn’t sure if there was a reversal during day session.

    Bias is up across all timeframes.

    Long 6242
     
  3. CanOz

    CanOz Home runs feel good, but base hits pay bills!

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    E0BB120B-0EAE-41C2-A7DF-A0B19BDF12FC.png Nice long on the spi this morning....
     
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  4. Kryzz

    Kryzz shaun

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    Curious to see your trades here Bear, looking forward to some more posts in detail around specifics of the strategy here. Sounds technical primarily?
     
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