ShadowTrader Uncovered | Daytrading Techniques – 1st 5 Minute High Buy

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The first five minute high buy is a staple of the ShadowTrader team and they employ it often during their SquawBox broadcast. While the trade has strong expectancy of working out if all the planets are aligned, there are lots of situations where it can often fail. This is usually because traders are too focused on the intraday charts and current price which causes them to miss “red flags of resistance” that can easily derail this high probability setup.

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jasonc_tutorials says:

played the wrong direction it was a short. Lols

Devonte Weston says:

Everybody’s an expert after the fact. If that stock skyrocketed you would
have praised him for his superb “analyzing skills”

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