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Paper Trade of the Day

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Charlotte NC/USA
Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Ninja Trader, Infinity Futures
Broker: Infinity/Ninja
Trading: Futures
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Normally I don't trade on days like today for obvious reasons but the paper trade of the day was:
NQ market entry long @2627.25 exit @2630.00 at 11:42 EST 1 contract.

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