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Trading the short side means that you have opened your trade using a sell order or ‘gone short’. This means that you expect prices to fall and will use a buy order to close your position.


The long side means buying the pullbacks in an up trend while short side means selling in a downtrend. there are many indicators that will help you identify a good trend and give you a sell/buy alert.

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