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Best commercial indicator service for trading ES futures.

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 agadagad 
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I just started scalping ES futures.

I was wondering which is the best indicator service that you recommend.

What are you using?

Which ones do you recommend?

Is there a service or squawk box or direct message or private twitter that you believe has been consistently good at calling the market on a moment by moment basis.

New to the community, happy to be here....thank your for your responses.

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SunTrader
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Historically pit traders scalped futures markets, but as the exchanges shut down the floors traders moving "upstairs" found that scalping no longer worked buying the bid, selling the offer in and out all day long.

Short term, minute and above, can work if one is quick-reacting, stay alert for setups and uses tight stops and is cognizant of volatile news event periods.

I don't see how that can be done listening to a signal service provider, etc. Especially in regards to the e-Mini ES or NQ.

Just my opinion, after trading these for 20+ years.

GL

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Historically pit traders scalped futures markets, but as the exchanges shut down the floors traders moving "upstairs" found that scalping no longer worked buying the bid, selling the offer in and out all day long.

Short term, minute and above, can work if one is quick-reacting, stay alert for setups and uses tight stops and is cognizant of volatile news event periods.

I don't see how that can be done listening to a signal service provider, etc. Especially in regards to the e-Mini ES or NQ.

Just my opinion, after trading these for 20+ years.

GL

Some of those future pit traders even did work together closely with option traders to implement immediately hedges against there sold or bought futures. But this also can be done in today's full, electronical's markets.

Symple

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JohnTCHT
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Hi:

Try Tick Strike https://tickstrike.com/

I am finding, after just a couple of months' use, that it is almost impossible for me to enter at the wrong time. I am trading the S&P 500, going for short wins (usually 2 to 4 ticks per entry depending on strength of indicator signal), going in multiple times as each new high strength activity is indicated, within the established trend, starts up again (making sure to stick with the established direction and never bucking the existing trend until a new direction is well established), and lastly dividing my entries up into multiple entries (If I am trading 10 contracts, I enter 2 per time for possible averaging if it reverses ever so slightly), then moving my exit closer to the market position to my original goal (number of ticks per contract average) so the exit is uniform and happens all at once. Lastly, do not enter right at the open (or other highly volatile periods) as no app can react to that much volatility (actually, the app can but you cannot).

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