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So, that means stops for swing traders at main historical key levels are a good thing. And, scalpers don't have to worry about stops as long as they trade somewhere in the middle of 2 key levels. Seems to re-enforce the results of your previous R/R study.
would you be kind enough to let us know what the results are, pls;
after you have tested this theoretical exposition out in your live/sim trading?
often wonder how close some theoretical expositions/equations are, to real life application?
in terms of statistic application, mostly it seems to work out well, just in terms of statistics. however in real life application it might seem ridiculous and way out of reality; such as, the average household in new york city consisted of 2.5 person, for example. cheers and happy trading everyone.