- Feb 28, 2017
There seems to be a correlation. So what? For example, according to nasdaq, we can make an unambiguous conclusion that the Chinese will go up at the opening of the market. Let's assume that there is no gap up at the opening, and the price creeps up relatively slowly. Explain, where do those stupid counterparties come from, who in the first seconds after the market opens will sell you this index at low prices? And even for 2600 lots.Melvin said:
You don't believe it because you don't know. Look at the nasdaq chart and at cni30, where everything can be seen with the naked eye, where, how and approximately how much the price will go.
Your trading method is only possible in kitchens. But the kitchens will not bring you such profits. If you want to milk the kitchens, don't be greedy. And with normal brokers, you will not be able to open at such great prices, because there will simply be no fools-counterparties for your brilliant deals. If you see money that can be easily collected during the execution of an order, for example, for 100ms, then there will always be some bank that will have time to collect this money in less time, because it has a communication channel faster than yours and there are no intermediaries like Peppers.