I have found the Holy Grail indicator for the Dow Jones - 100% right so far

cantagril

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I was not talking about day trading the Dow. I trade over the mid term. The Dow is going down heavy over the next few weeks with a possible CRASH on the cards. All my indicators say "sell" go short. I am not interested in the daily moves of the Dow.
If you're not interested in daily moves, what's the point in giving a date for a crash???? Why not just suggest that you expect a substantial move downward in the coming days/weeks/months/sometime in the not too distant future? Besides, if you're not trading short term then I don't really get what you've been doing so far - if you are certain that the only way is down then I would have thought that scaling in would be more appropriate, rather than the little trades you've been doing so far as evidenced by your posts. Perhaps the End of Days doesn't mean the End of Day Trading....

The Dow will probably rise for the next 6 trading days and then possibly CRASH on
Tuesday 21st May 2019. A drop of over 5,000 points would not surprise me.
I did a "sell" go short order at 25,500. 20 minutes later I closed my position with a profit of £12,108. My practice account balance is now £126,174. I started with £50,000 about 2 weeks ago. On my real account I just closed with a profit of £41 on a 0.6 contract.
Did a "sell" go short again and closed with a profit of £9,898. On my real account just closed with a profit of £32.99. I have made about £200 today.
 

Oscar Reed

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I did a "sell" go short order the other day 200 contracts at 25,774. Just closed my position with a profit of £36,025 on my practice account. On my real account at a 0.6 contract I just closed with a profit of £117. The stock market is going for a crash. I will enter short again soon when the Dow tries to recover.
Sounds like you are range trading.
 

2be

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Back to happy days on DOW and DAX
 

cantagril

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This is the start of the move to take the Dow to new all time highs in June!
In interests of balance, whilst He might not be smiting the Dow atm, it has come to my attention that anagram analysis can be a powerful tool when it comes to understand trader strategies:

Pertinent examples are evident when looking at user names and I don't have to look too far for a fine one - "Cantagril" being the anagram of "Tragical"...which does rather sum up how things often turn out for me; another good one is "Dentalfloss" which is "Daftness LOL". Slightly more worrying is "Batsonar" with "Rob Satan" and confusing (if nothing else) is "Postman" and "Tampons", which I'm sure tells us something useful if we only look through the right lens.

Good w/e to all :)
 

Signalcalc

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In interests of balance, whilst He might not be smiting the Dow atm, it has come to my attention that anagram analysis can be a powerful tool when it comes to understand trader strategies:

Pertinent examples are evident when looking at user names and I don't have to look too far for a fine one - "Cantagril" being the anagram of "Tragical"...which does rather sum up how things often turn out for me; another good one is "Dentalfloss" which is "Daftness LOL". Slightly more worrying is "Batsonar" with "Rob Satan" and confusing (if nothing else) is "Postman" and "Tampons", which I'm sure tells us something useful if we only look through the right lens.

Good w/e to all :)
I usually hate to blow my own Trumpet, but on this occasion I feel I must. Signalcalc is derived from "Acing Calls", something I am extremely good at, an extremist I must be.
 

postman

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In interests of balance, whilst He might not be smiting the Dow atm, it has come to my attention that anagram analysis can be a powerful tool when it comes to understand trader strategies:

Pertinent examples are evident when looking at user names and I don't have to look too far for a fine one - "Cantagril" being the anagram of "Tragical"...which does rather sum up how things often turn out for me; another good one is "Dentalfloss" which is "Daftness LOL". Slightly more worrying is "Batsonar" with "Rob Satan" and confusing (if nothing else) is "Postman" and "Tampons", which I'm sure tells us something useful if we only look through the right lens.

Good w/e to all :)
If we meet I will stamp on your man spot.
Anyway back to trading using my man stops.
 

cantagril

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If we meet I will stamp on your man spot.
Anyway back to trading using my man stops.
Hmmm.

Tough one that.

I think that I'd probably have to know more about you to properly decide between macho risk manager and feminine hygiene product......but still: "By Their Trades Ye Shall Know Them" and maybe you do have enormous hairy stops....
 

Dowser

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Dentist changed his username recently, I wonder if Postman will get in the groove and change his too...
 

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