Profitable support trading on indices Dow ,dax ,Nasdaq and s&p

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Old Jun 18, 2017, 1:44pm   #25
 
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40 % equates to 80% , say you have 20 trades ,10 longs and 10 shorts , if you take only 10 trades 40% don't fail but 80/90 % of breakouts fail.

It is % of total trades placed ,80 % of uptrend breakouts fail and 80% of down trend breakouts fail , as Barjon's only 2 out of 2 potential trades both failed in uptrend on BT and Diageo.
thats 100% by the way, in case you needed your toes
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Old Jun 18, 2017, 1:47pm   #26
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no, I think your maths is wrong..you have just stated quite clearly
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/indi...ml#post2920088
40% fail if long, 40% fail if short

so if you take 10 long and 10 short, 40% of 10 will fail ie 4 trades, 40% of shorts will fail. so thats 8 out of 20 will fail
8 out of 20 is not 80% failure its a 60% win rate

is maths not one of your strong points either?

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How can 8 out of 20 fail , if only 8 out of 10 are traded?
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Old Jun 18, 2017, 1:49pm   #27
 
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Old Jun 18, 2017, 1:54pm   #28
 
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40 % equates to 80% , say you have 20 trades ,10 longs and 10 shorts , if you take only 10 trades 40% don't fail but 80/90 % of breakouts fail.

It is % of total trades placed ,80 % of uptrend breakouts fail and 80% of down trend breakouts fail , as Barjon's only 2 out of 2 potential trades both failed in uptrend on BT and Diageo.
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How can 8 out of 20 fail , if only 8 out of 10 are traded?
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/indi...ml#post2920104
you have stated 10 long and 10 short
if you trade all of them its 40% fail. thats what you said
if you trade 10, ie the long ones thats 40$ fail.

but im even more confused..
here you said 40% fail
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/indi...ml#post2920088

now you're saying 40% don't fail
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/indi...ml#post2920104

which is it..40% of long breakouts fail?
or 40% of long breakouts don't fail?

your village foroom...
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Old Jun 18, 2017, 1:59pm   #29
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thats 100% by the way, in case you needed your toes
Did you include psychology handicap ?Cause the guy who put on only 1 trade lost 2 trades on another trade
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Old Jun 18, 2017, 2:00pm   #30
 
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http://www.trade2win.com/boards/indi...ml#post2920104
you have stated 10 long and 10 short
if you trade all of them its 40% fail. thats what you said
if you trade 10, ie the long ones thats 40$ fail.

but im even more confused..
here you said 40% fail
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/indi...ml#post2920088

now you're saying 40% don't fail
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/indi...ml#post2920104

which is it..40% of long breakouts fail?
or 40% of long breakouts don't fail?

your village foroom...
still waiting foroom, as is your village
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Old Jun 18, 2017, 2:04pm   #31
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no, I think your maths is wrong..you have just stated quite clearly
http://www.trade2win.com/boards/indi...ml#post2920088
40% fail if long, 40% fail if short

so if you take 10 long and 10 short, 40% of 10 will fail ie 4 trades, 40% of shorts will fail. so thats 8 out of 20 will fail
8 out of 20 is not 80% failure its a 60% win rate

is maths not one of your strong points either?

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go back to school and learn maths
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Old Jun 18, 2017, 2:06pm   #32
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still waiting foroom, as is your village
8 out of 10 up breakouts fail and 8 out 10 down breakouts fail ,that is 16 out 20.

Good luck to the breakout educators , cause 80% fail , and forums don't like the truth.
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