Here @Handle123 is one of my favorite posters.
Looks like this strategy stopped working.
[ATTACH] 3/1 produced losers.
On 2/28 there were 2 winners and 3 losers oh and one more at the end. [ATTACH]
That is something unknown to me. Sales pitch? Is he a trading "guru"?
I feel like I'm going crazy. I swear this was effective when I made this thread. Mayve I need to go over it some more.
Go long after at least...
To do this https://www.elitetrader.com/et/threads/martingale-system-in-trading.146187/page-2#post-2196097
The strategy was not successful today.[ATTACH]
I don't think it worked on 2/26.[ATTACH]
The idea is to buy ES on the way down but initiate the position with a bunch of puts a lot lower in case it keeps going down and down.
I think Scottrade is still $7 per $1,000,000. So if not, that means they would be $.23 per $10,000?
Is it possible for them to be anymore misleading? $23.10 up to $1,000,000 of stock. That reads the same as $23.10 for even $20 of stock.
When I read that it said it was $23.10 to sell up to $1,000,000 dollars.
In this case, how can someone charge $7?
I want to know how many puts I have to buy at a predefined level so that if I average down to that level on a big loss I will recover some/most of...
Legitimately didn't work on the 22nd. [ATTACH]
Is this going to make Scottrade change their $7 amount?
Before this morning I sent an email to a company to question them about their fees which are without charge to buy but $23.10 to sell. They said...
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