The CFTC may be changing the rules for retail traders in the US. This affects many of us in a negative way and we need your help getting our voices heard.
Andrei says: "I am not opposed to regulation nor regulatory agencies. But that regulation needs to be fair, transparent, and open to public input. Otherwise it becomes corrupt and self-serving. Sure high leverage can get you into trouble if used thoughtlessly. Sure hedging when not done properly turns one loss into two. But I believe the cure is EDUCATION, not restricting what people can and cannot do with their investment decisions. Guide, don’t dominate – government was invented to protect people and their property, not to limit their potential.
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The trend stayed down the entire day.
Today I only looked for short trades.
News events to watch for today :
1:00am EST- There was a moving average crossover for a short trade. RSI was less than 50, stochastics were trending down, but MACD was already negative from the previous candle. This cancelled out the signal and I did not enter.
The entry was at the close of the candle at 1.5585 with a stop at the most recent swing high at 1.5617. Since I was 35 pips away from the nearest 50 or 00 level, I decided to put my initial target at 1.5550.
Entry: Short at 1.5585 Stop: 1.5617 Target: 1.5550
6:45am EST- Unfortunately I was stopped out of my trade.
9:00am EST- There was a valid signal here but because it was close to the 10:00am news report, I did not enter.
Trade Result: -32 pips (NOT INCLUDING SPREAD) R-Multiple: -1.00
News events to watch for tomorrow:
- 8:30am EST- US Retail Sales m/m
- 9:55am EST- US U. of Michigan Confidence