Yeah I watched that and It was in the back of my head, I seem to only learn from my own mistakes. I've transitioned from static limit/stops distances I had for every trade to strategically placing my stop. limits are still a bit tricky because I want to have a 1:2 risk reward, but often times it makes more sense to get out when I see price congest at a level close to my limit.
I highly suggest using a fixed Y axis to anyone reading this thread with the same problem trading non-time based charts and deciphering chop. Auto scaling charts are very deceiving and I was starting to use the actual length of the range bar as an indicator of range, which is just obviously counter productive. I love NT, But it's a little disappointing that they didn't already code this into their charts.
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I have traded trending days and I have traded choppy days... In a small range where most candles overlap each other, it is impossible to trade because it messes with your mind... Choppy days are not worth the effort you put in to trade...