timothysykes
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timothysykes Mar 23, 17 10:05 AM

@bigman yup I don't allow BS, smack yourself in the head 52 times, maybe it'll make you smarter

SanketJ
SanketJ Mar 23, 17 12:00 PM

@timothysykes Tim. Haters will hate. Big man here isn't such a big man because you are the one with multiple millionaire students.. multiple schools.. you are a multi millionaire yourself.. does "BIG MAN" need any more proof as to why STT is so good?... I think you should start taking off idiots from here Tim.

praxitek
praxitek Mar 23, 17 1:10 PM

Hi Tim, I do understand the premise. My question was purely for edification, as I am still having BASIC gaps in my stocks educations, proof of it is not understanding the variables that play a roll in scanning for stocks.

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youngtrader15

@timothysykes nke lost 7.27% should we short hoping the trend will continue or buy because RSI is at underbought showing a strong buy. please advise

dawoud
dawoud Mar 23, 17 1:53 PM

amazing job man well done

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bigman

@Turbobob Bob, I understand your trading style involves using 5m charting. What are the benefits of using a 5m when compared to a 1m? I personally don't understand using 5m because knowing the minuscule differences in price change are important, especially at open. Thanks for the reply (if there is one)

Turbobob
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Turbobob Mar 22, 17 11:52 PM

If a stock is volatile I will use the one minute chart in the context of the five minute chart. I get too many false signals relying solely on the 1 minute chart. But each trader has there own preference and they should use what works for them.

Turbobob
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Turbobob Mar 22, 17 11:54 PM

I also rely heavilybon the level 2 so I am seeing the instantaneous changes even more so than the one minute chart.

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