What timeframes do you trade on? How many setups do you take per week/day/month/year etc.
I am trying to trade SR levels, then look for lower time frame breakout and enter on pullback. What you think?
Here’s a similar chart? Where would you exit if you were long a reversal?
Do you break even the stops after take off?
Shouldn't a candle need to close above the highs to signal uptrend? Or do you use close above/below the previous candle close to signal continuation?
What’s the most effective way? How do you actually backtest? Backtest every single thing? Or pick out random chunks to test?
How late is too late though? What is considered late?
Oh, so too late in trend, people might take profit?
Wow, meaning it's kind of like the retail trader industry, few make big $$$. The rest make little to no money I assume?
It's an uptrend, so what does this mean? Shouldn't a trend continue? So why is this risky?
Nearby resistance/support? But it has a high...
What does this mean? Over 30% of the 3k registered funds are managed by 100 shops? Meaning these 100 shops own an average of 30 funds each?
Means most of hedge funds are not doing well aren't they? ... I always thought most hedge funds made money since they were "Professional"
What % beat the S&P?
How many actually make money every year?
What's the lifespan of an average hedge fund?
How many actually survive/succeed?
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