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A short trade on the Hang Seng Index!!
Sometimes in trading you have to manage risk closely and be nimble while at other times you have to commit.
If I am trading in the ‘unknown’ before price action finds a direction, I like to have a scalping mindset….while in others when I ‘see the trade‘, I will need to commit to the trade fully to take advantage of my prime trading setup!
The key for success is always in the planning and reviewing of trades. If you put in the work on your trading ‘edge’, then you will know when a high probability trade presents!
In the below video, I explain the planning for a HSI trade and how the price action led me into a good short when I ‘see the trade‘ and commit to the entry setup!!
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