Live day trading on the FTSE100 from the 4th October 2018 (Indices/Forex)
Hi, I am Luke from Disciplined Trader and I am a Forex and indices day trader. I upload these live day trading videos every week.
Here is my recording of my live day trading on the FTSE100 from 4th October 2018. I start by showing you my morning chart analysis before moving on to the main live day trading.
I identify a trade setup in the morning which ends up taking a little while to play out. Price does comes very close to reaching my profit level before reversing and coming even closer to my stop loss level. Price does reverse again however and make it's way down to my profit level.
I show regular updates and provide commentary of the live day trading throughout the video. I hope you enjoy.
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Hi Mustafa, I use an 8EMA, 21SMA and a 200SMA. I sometimes have a 50SMA on my charts but I rarely look at it really. Other than that I plot the daily pivots, the previous day's OHLC and my support and resistance bands. Hope that helps
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