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where to , to learn how to scalp the ES ?

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charlotte nc
Trading Experience: Master
Platform: ninjatrader
Broker/Data: NinjaTrader
Favorite Futures: Emini (ES, YM, NQ, ect.)
Posts: 379 since Jan 2015
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Hi miktrading,

I have a trading journal on here that covers quite a bit of different ideas I have developed over the years. https://futures.io/trading-journals/38665-outside-box-then-some.html

I haven't updated it much since I started pursuing a more HF route.... mostly due to the fact that very few traders on this site would find this useful / interesting, or in any way transferable to discretionary, etc. If there is an apatite for insight into that world, I may update my journal and share some things. I just know that most traders, even algo only traders approach trading from a completely different mindset. The world of HF is fascinating in it's own way, but the strategy aspect is completely different from anything else out there used by most traders. I think it all comes down to the fact that the edges derived from HF can not be transferred in any way into the tool set of discretionary traders. Frankly a lot of it can't even be transferred to algo traders using retail level platforms because of the speed disadvantage. But if there is anything you or others would like to learn, I would be more than willing to share.



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Hey iantg. Is there anywhere that you have shared some of your methods and strategies for trading? I understand you're trading with algorithms? All my trading is discretionary, although I'd like to find a platform where I could build various strategies and actually test them. I tried previously with NinjaTrader, but the platform seemed buggy at the time giving mixed data.


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