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Has anyone tried eminiacademy.com?

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Futures Experience: Beginner
Platform: Trade Nav., NinjaTrader
Favorite Futures: ES, TF, 6E
 
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Vovan, although I do think the EA method has flaws, you are doing a good job with your videos and trying to interpret the MACD.

If this is the method you are going to stick to, then my advice would be to look at 6E.

ES is like watching paint dry. Or at least have them both up so you can monitor them both at the same time.

It might make your day a little more exciting at least.

One thing I will say is that no matter what I think about the EA method, if you spend enough time with it, I guess like anything else, you will start to improve. I don't know that for sure, but what I do know is that any method takes a lot of practice to get good at.

The one problem I have found is that in a choppy market you can take a few losses before you realize that the market is choppy. But this will take time to notice with any method I guess.

Keep up the good work, I like the videos.

Maybe you should start your own thread though for doing the videos. Like your own journal perhaps. Just a suggestion.

That is the method I want to stick with. I tried another system earlier but I didn't feel comfortable with their stop losses. The system I'm using right now feels really good without huge losses. I gave the last system about a year and I think that is enough to move on and try something different.

What about ES moves, it's been pretty slow for last couple weeks, but the week before wasn't so bad. I know that CL moves much more but I want to try make money with a choppy market then it will be much easier with big moves.

I'm probably gonna start looking at 6e next week and see how it goes. I traded four markets earlier (ES, 6E, ZB, YM) but that was with old system and one single loosing trade at 6E could put me to -$200.00 and then I needed to get 4-5 wins just to get my money back or get one big move to BE. Now I feel more confident with what I'm doing and my losses should not be that big.

What about choppy market, I think I'm getting better. I use 30 and -30 lines on the MACD to see if trend is strong enough for me to get in or stay out.

I just don't think I'm good enough to start my own thread. May be in a month or so!!!

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