The open for the Nikkei Index was a dream trade today that everyone should be able to take advantage of if they are a Day Trader. If you are thinking of dipping the toes into intraday trading indexes (with the stock market remaining choppy), then it definitely a setup worth learning.
In the video below, a show the opening drive trade and the final results along with the explanation of the price action and why I entered the action. The trade is a good example of what can be done with only a small amount of funds and risk. It is an even better example of planning and looking to trade in the Prime Areas.
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