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20170125 – NG – 2 Trades – Both Winners – Nice Market to Trade But Recently Ignored Because of Tradability of Traditional Markets

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It's been a while since trading Natural Gas, but only because the indexes and other "moving" markets have shown so much movement and follow through for trailers enough that there hasn't been much of a need to trade elsewhere. Since the AMA II watches up to 12 markets quietly until a valid trade set-up occurs (if you set it up to do that), days like today, alerted of the 2nd trade, at a convenient time, so I took the trade. The 1st trade on the NG happened right after I start looking at both CL and NG which is 9AM EST, a price bar after the vertical yellow line start time. By the way, that yellow line changes for each instrument, set in the parameters by the user, along with the brown vertical line for time to stop trading that instrument for the day.

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Just another example of Trades shown according to the TFT Trade Plan that is now almost completely posted in its own section for Members Only.

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