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ZB held position input

Old December 29th, 2015, 09:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ZB held position input

Hello all,
first of all my apologies if in anyway I shouldn't be posting this and I hope I am not violating any forum rules.
I started trading couple years ago and slowly have been doing ok until past couple days. Likely I should'nt have been trading during holiday season as my analysis has been disillusioning (or I need to go back to school/paper trading). I want to share I am currently (12/29/15) holding ESH16 SHORT @ 2039.50 and ZB/USH16 LONG @156 2/32. My SL somehow never kicked about which I have no clue why, and I am in deep ponder if I should continue to hold these positions (which I can if needed)....or exit and make peace. Any experienced worthwhile input will be absolutely immensely appreciated. Sorry again if I should not have posted here. Posts/PM anything will be great. I am just looking for some informal opinion/input and of course in no way it will be considered "financial advice". I own full responsibility for my actions!!!
Thanks a bunch to this wonderful bunch!
(since its about es emini and zb/us 30 yr t -bonds I am posting under both categories)

Last edited by TonyBrasco; December 29th, 2015 at 09:53 PM. Reason: typo
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