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20170217 – YM – Last Day of Evaluating 2 Versus 3 Contract Trading and Trailing – Tough Day for the YM

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Tough Day For the YM, however, It Came Out Profitable Using TFT's Base Trade Plan Guide, Method and DDWR.

This will also be the last chart, along with ALL of the charts posted here from this entire week AND hundreds of others to determine the historical mathematical benefactor regarding whether it's better to start trailing when able to add a second contract or to wait until you can trade 3 contracts and then take 2/3rds off at T1 and 1/3rd leave trailing. We'll also test some other mixes and concepts using 1, 2 and 3 contracts to hopefully put this question to bed once and for all, IF it can be!!!

We will also try to run a group training session either this week or next week to go over this concept, the memberships opinions, actual practices and other items on this subject matter and the results we come up with.

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

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