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Are you ready to trade femto-NQ since e-mini looks dead [whatever femto-symbol]

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A good one that I heard today 20180925 from Matt Zimberg w/ Optimus Futures is that some traders wants to scalp [@ one or less Milliseconds] and make money on a half of a tick – sure but what logic would apply to such wise-engineering?
(a) up until now was not mentioned that a symbol has divisions of a tick
(b) perhaps one can divide the value of the tick but not the tick as a unit of measurement.
(c) would rounding over to the whole-tick would imply completion of a tick? Not in a million years.

Conclusion: One cannot take credit for a whole-tick if partially completed – there is not such thing as division of ticks in trading.

Further logic: is when the system is changed and new symbols are born with a fine-grained division as such consider names of following

fine-grained measurements
1 Picoseconds = 1000 femtoseconds
1 Nanoseconds = 1000 Picoseconds
1 Microseconds = 1000 Nanoseconds
1 Milliseconds = 1000 Microseconds
1 Seconds = 1000 Milliseconds

PS: emini is dead as I see micro-mini in some parts of the world, perhaps fento-mini is upcoming
Here is a good idea as to measurement so small that has no money value but a value of fast-thought. – Oh you want to know mine [fast-thought]: tachyon aberrations followed by a symbol will result in imaginary financial value

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Imma gonna wait for the e-pico-nano-micro-mini NQ futures to come out before I start trading NQ. Then we'll see some real price action!

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Imma gonna wait for the e-pico-nano-micro-mini NQ futures to come out before I start trading NQ. Then we'll see some real price action!

~vmodus

Just got back to trading after one year to note MNQ “$2 x the Nasdaq-100 Index and has a minimum tick of 0.25 index points”
https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/equity-index/us-index/micro-e-mini-nasdaq-100.html

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Just got back to trading after one year to note MNQ “$2 x the Nasdaq-100 Index and has a minimum tick of 0.25 index points”
https://www.cmegroup.com/trading/equity-index/us-index/micro-e-mini-nasdaq-100.html

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PS: nice to see you @FIO -- I m not used to the new name -- thank you for mentioning my robot;
if you know someone whats to do a study like chart that is plotting per AHR123 I could tip w/$100

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