Trading Capital

Recently, many traders feedback that they are unable to TRADE! For a long period of time, we have been on USD500 margin. Until the day that ES & NQ keeps hitting limit move, broker start to adjust the margin higher. When your account is too small, it’s very difficult to trade during volatile period as broking houses will increase the trading margin. But when your account gets to a decent size, then making good returns becomes much easier. This is what was quoted on Ninjatrader's website: "Due to the risk presented by significant market swings, exchange initial margins for CME products will be temporarily in effect for NinjaTrader Brokerage clients." For traders who are gaining profit on a co

Time your Entry

Have you ever feel that the market just won’t go your way? No matter which market you’re trading or which timeframe you’re looking at, you and the market aren’t in the same “zone” for payouts… A major mistake I see some traders make is not knowing when to get in the market. Many times, they don’t know how to couple those prime entry strategies with knowing when to hang your hat for a few hours and just stay out of the market. The truth is, the market can be conquered by mastering the “zone mentality”; i.e., being able to differentiate the active zone versus the dead zone. Since Dec 2019, I have prep the Snipers for a “change” since they have gathered enough trading hours on the basic s

Limit Move

What is a Limit Move Limit moves exist on the futures exchange to prevent excessive volatility in a particular market. The limit move acts as a circuit breaker and is the maximum amount of change that the price of a commodity futures contract is allowed to undergo in a single day. This amount gets its basis from the previous day's closing price. Trades are not permitted to rise above or drop below the set price once reaching the limit. The exchange where the futures contract trades will set the limit move. What are Price Limits? The U.S. stock futures price limit is triggered when stock-index futures, in trading outside the New York Stock Exchange’s 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eastern trading sessio

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