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Nice Foxfox. I took it in sim +1.2 also. Keep posting. I want to be sure I am doing it correctly!
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Ok, correct +1.2 for 2 lots equal to 240$.

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So is the idea to short if it is above the HOD or long if it is above the HOD?
Or are we looking at a set time of the day for the direction signal?
Still a bit fuzzy on the logic. Sorry

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The strategies used by Foxfox are here.

BUT, after reading the .cs for this strategy, and asking the author, I still don't understand it...
Maybe you guys will be smarter than me, have a look at the .cs.


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So is the idea to short if it is above the HOD or long if it is above the HOD?
Or are we looking at a set time of the day for the direction signal?
Still a bit fuzzy on the logic. Sorry

My understanding is (my guess) is that if the high of the day comes after the low of the day (and entry price is under the high of the day) you go short ..and vice versa. The last trend of the day I guess is usually a countertrend move.
Am I right Foxfox?

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Friday June 26 I show a loser. I was -.6 on this method.
So for the week I show 3 winning days and 2 losers, but profitable for the week.


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I have a question about this TF contract:
- why the volumes are falling exactly after these crucial 22:14 CET (4:14 pm for NY timezone) ?

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I have a question about this TF contract:
- why the volumes are falling exactly after these crucial 22:14 CET (4:14 pm for NY timezone) ?

Sam all I can say is that the volume always falls off then. If you look at the volume real early in the morning say up to 9AM it is really thin and worse. You can't trade it then or overnight. I don't know the reason and it has been worse since being ported to the ICE.

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I have a question about this TF contract:
- why the volumes are falling exactly after these crucial 22:14 CET (4:14 pm for NY timezone) ?

sam028,

the normal trading hours for this instrument are 9:30 - 4:15 EST
https://www.theice.com/publicdocs/futures_us/Russell_Style_Indexes.pdf


or see this on page 3 of 5 for the daily settlement...
https://www.theice.com/publicdocs/ICE_Russell_Brochure.pdf

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