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  #41 (permalink)
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lol so fast, kinda blurry, hard to know the price other than MA, bounce off S

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micros been looking good these past few sessions

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welp, fast market, lots of slippage, wonder if any platforms can keep up at open

bet people are kicking their boxes a little to see if they are still moving

unless you are co-located next to cme or something

somehow tradovate is better, rithmic lags

put in an order and get a large spread fill on rithmic lmao

but tradovate keeps up, strange..

magnet at S, LT MA

weird how GC and AUD/JPY kinda static, though VX should be up, 6E effects

discounting the virus concerns, GDP and KC Fed #s previously OK

kinda like, OK guys we mark up prelim levels first, so looking forward, MA is OK to fill

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COV, if this really started last fall, then the rate should be backdated, like the Q1 pump was a hedge playout

like you can hedge for the year now, and then accumulate through the seasons, something about taxes, etc.

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just tiny micros for rest of day, more to get practice in the vol environment, and get feel for slippage

also feels more like trading noise around the S magnet, like larger players trying to limp into positions

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these are the times to be willing to do more, pay dues, this is great data

what doesn't kill you, makes you stronger

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settling into a style, tried various but took some things that worked earlier, isolated them and filtered out the noise

not only being correct but the magnitude is a strong enforcer, vice versa, being wrong and very wrong

can see how profit factor would be a big selector for evolving strategies

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jeebus thing is so fast rn

risk is pretty flat, saying more of a tech bounce, nothing changed yet, flows slightly neg

GC is resting, CL as well, looking at events later in the week

micros a good hedge in the holding push, kinda annoying blips

feels like a curling process, challenging the resistance

many sitting and waiting prolly, hedged and already out a bit, shifting position

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strange sentiment about, closing doors and such, less face to face dealing, physical travel

might be a boon for virtual apps actually, AI, etc.

however, even robotics need supply chains, hard to manage with the disruption

US supply should benefit from desire to find backup sources

so maybe US is still cleanest dirty shirt, cheap crude might not be a bad thing, XLE looking low

forgot about euro, having a pullback, dixie strength ok still

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last part of day looks too crunchy, ides of march, so whatever picture the tape wants to paint i'll look later

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maybe relief rallies in commodities, CL esp, with 6C and 6A hitting recent lows, maybe a tell for dollar weakness along with ZN

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everything is so laggy, bad sign

slicing started in overnight, flip flopping

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saving myself from the derps - just a headfake really

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low volume channel

ziggy zaggy and DT

@CL pit close we shut down and let it paint LL

if yday was weak today feels abnormally strong

from mini slips to mini rips, actually ranged somehow

oh, that must have been a support, and it just broke

just like previous must have been a resistance that also snapped

ah i see now, S1 is a magnet, but S becomes R

rather learn and correct mistakes than get lucky, the mantra

still, try to keep the mistakes small as you go

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VX is surging and things are getting wild

higher than several years, possibly past decade

this is not normal at all, contingencies, etc.

not as much volume today

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