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What’s the Fastest Way to Day Trade Futures?

Scalping is a style of day trading that focuses on executing trades quickly. Often times that means going for many trades of relatively low value. However, multiple wins can satisfy a day’s goal of multiple points of profit. That said, there are no guarantees that any trading method will yield...

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Ever Swing Trade E-mini Futures?

Generally speaking, swing trading refers to holding a position for a longer duration than a typical day trade. A typical day trade may last seconds, a few minutes, but generally not over an hour. In contrast, a swing trade can be many hours or days in duration. Because swing trading...

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Micro E-mini Trading: DayTradeToWin Blueprint

John Paul from DayTradeToWin shares his new Blueprint software in this latest video. The Blueprint provides long and short signals for many chart types including Renko, Volume, 30-Second, 1-Minute, 5-Minute, Hourly, and Day. The given market conditions and your goals determine what chart type is most appropriate. Because the Blueprint...

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One of the Fastest Price Action Scalping Methods You’ll Find

Some people prefer scalp trading over methods that focus on fewer, larger moves. With scalping, you don’t have all your eggs in one basket. You spread your trading day over a larger period of time to account for variability or certain “moods” the market exhibits throughout the day. Does six...

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Price Action Trading Using DayTradeToWin Atlas Line

We can talk about day trading indicators all day long. There are just so many to pick from and each trader seems to have his or her own take on what works best. If you’ve done some research online, you’ve probably seen veteran traders say something like, “I’ve tried everything...

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The Secret Behind Trading the Market Open

A common consesus among day traders is that forex is not worthwhile. Respected, experience traders often trade futures markets. These futures markets can be traded almost 24 hours per day, but there are certainly better times to trade than others. Common sense may tell you it’s best to trade when...