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By the way, I watched the webinar twice and took vigorous enough notes on this. The Quantitative Discretionary Trader w/Adam Grimes. Knowing me, I'll probably complete his entire 30 hour course along with all the exercises.

The Keltner Channels, all new to me. They actually seem workable, Bollinger Bands, I could never figure out how to use them.

I am exploring the possibility of using intraday trading as a stop. I am a swing trader. Looking for the top and the bottom,

I will only enter the e-mini on a short when the 18 SMA crosses the 50 SMA on an hourly chart. So, that taken as an entry how would a day trader or intraday trader, trade the e-mini, when it was dangerous,

Try tackling this more difficult small high between 1/6/15 to 1/16/15. The next one has a double top, even more difficult to contend with.

And more specifically on that first small top, between a four day period between 1/11 and 1/15.

in this following four day period between 1/11 and 1/15.

I am exploring the possibility of substituting a wide stop above the noise for intraday trading as a stop. To protect your ass.

How would an experienced day trader or intra-day trader handle this period between 1/11 and 1/15. You have two or three big spikes to deal with.

Whatever, time frame, you want to take it to, five minutes, one minute, 15 minutes, but the idea of rather of substituting a stop for intraday trading for a stop on a swing trade. Until, your swing trade has been brought down to a safe level. My abilities are not there. I will readily admit that.

Show me some skill levels on this board. How would you have intraday traded the e-mini from 1/11 to 1/15, one of the more dangerous tops on the e-mini.

Tell me what you are doing and how you would have intraday traded the e-mini between 1/11 to 1/15. Even in retrospect.

Would love to hear from anyone that thinks they have this skill level.

Show me some strategy, some ability.

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Show me some skill levels on this board. How would you have intraday traded the e-mini from 1/11 to 1/15, one of the more dangerous tops on the e-mini.

Tell me what you are doing and how you would have intraday traded the e-mini between 1/11 to 1/15. Even in retrospect.

Would love to hear from anyone that thinks they have this skill level.

Show me some strategy, some ability.

Seriously dude, what is your deal? You expect an audition?

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