The 5 Min Trading Day Updated Results!!
The 5 Min Trading Day continues to perform and prove that it is a worthwhile strategy to have in your arsenal!
If you started on day 1 on 31/08/21, you could now be up 466.30% on a small $1000 starting balance. If you were to trade only $1 per point for each of the DOW, DAX and Hang Seng Indexes, then that would equate to $4663 for a margin outlay of less than AUD$200 for each trade (assuming you trade the tight fixed spreads with www.td365.com). Of course, this would assume that you are able to set aside the 5mins to trade each instrument each trading day….but if not, the strategy has performed well for each of the three indexes.
So as you can see, even with some ups and downs, the strategy is doing well with results heading in the right direction…check out the chart below!!
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