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Doug Short
S&P Flat For the Week After Two Record Closes
By Doug Short - Jul 27, 2014

The S&P 500 set record highs on Wednesday and Thursday, but by week's end the index had gone nowhere. It ended the day with a 0.48% loss and the week with a miniscule 0.01% advance from Friday's ...

Matt Simpson
DAX Hesitates At 9800
By Matt Simpson - Jul 25, 2014

The DAX has stalled at the 9800-23 resistance zone and assuming no significant gaps today at market open, it may provide a swing trade short to finish the week off. Price barely broke above 10k ...

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Geopolitical Tensions Melt The Markets
By Avatrade - Jul 20, 2014

Asian markets closed with some mild losses as investors remained jittery about the on going unsettled geopolitical situation. Yesterday’s plane crash has increased the turbulence in the ...

Jason Sen
Dax: A Lot Of Resistance At 9875/85
By Jason Sen - Jul 17, 2014

DAX beat 9885/95 and 9830/35 which then acted perfectly as support in the afternoon. We then beat 9852/57 but not enough to trigger stops above 9885. Today we meet a lot of resistance at 9875/85 and ...

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Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Jul 28, 2014 05:04AM GMT
So I am going to keep it nice and simple this week for those following the River System. I am going to assume those who are following this are now familiar with the trading strategy rules or pretty close to being so. This week is an example of me trading it. Every four hours I will post what I am doing in the market, with stoploss and position size as well as the target I am trading it too. My first post will be at the open of the DAX, some of you will have your 4 hour candle opening at different times to me, this doesnt matter, it all averages out more or less by weeks end. I am using CMC markets as my platform this week for those interested. So my first post will be in two hours.

Neal  Dixon
Neal Dixon Jul 26, 2014 01:01PM GMT
Hello everyone; what's people's opinion on the Dax this coming week? I will be following Scott Dorman river trading strategy this week but wanted to get overall opinion on the dax this week? I'm new to trading and still learning - thank you

Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Jul 26, 2014 01:42AM GMT
"GIANT TIDAL WAVE SWEEPS AWAY SPECTATORS IN CHINA AUGUTS 23, 2013" It is a video on "you tube" which I want those who are following the River Trading Strategy to watch. Put the volume up and watch it on a full screen. No one gets injured in the clip for those who do not like the sound of the title. However It is very important I think that you watch it. If you dont want to use stop losses or think that trading is a game then you should feel different after watching this 5 minute clip. Think of the River has everyone in the world who trades, including governments, banks, hedge funds, private traders, our entire forum and most importantly you. If you can do that for me, you will probably get a better understanding of why we need rules for trading in these five minutes that you are about to spend, than reading and studying anything else for a year. Talk to you all Monday.
Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Jul 26, 2014 02:31AM GMT
So who really thinks taking a trade against the current is a smart thing to do now ???. You may be able to get away it a few times if your lucky but the more times you do it, the closer you are to losing ALL your money. So essentially if you accept that concept you must therefore come up with a way of determining what the "current" is doing and trading WITH it. That means having enough respect for the river that you look at it from a perspective great enough ( a 4 hour chart is to be used and NOT a time frame smaller). Then it all comes down to position sizes, stoplosses and the acceptance that sometimes along the journey the waves are going to just simply get you. Its just how it is. If you can limit the damage with your stop loss and let your profits run when your in the right way until you hit obstacles, well then you have yourself a method of sailing the river profitably.
heart hacker
heart hacker Jul 26, 2014 08:45AM GMT
Please advice on stop loss how to set it for best result .... support n resistance of week???
Trader Gas
Trader Gas Jul 27, 2014 04:16AM GMT
Hi Scott - Amazing job with your strategy of River Trading - I will be trying it from Monday to test how it may work for me - just a quick question in order to correctly understand the trend through your strategy - can I say that Dax is for a day or 2 in bullish trend from 100-150 points?
Scott Dorman
Scott Dorman Jul 28, 2014 05:23AM GMT
@heart: stoploss is described in the trading rules. Its the highest point of the two previous completed four hour candlesticks plus 10 points if you are shorting ,and the lowest point of the two previous completed four hour candlesticks minus 10 points if your long. You adjust the stoploss every four hours where necessary.@ trader : Cheers, Basically we will be exiting trades when they hit either rocks or river banks. Have no expectations other than to apply the rules every 4 hours. Basically if your following this trading system all week you will find yourself understanding everything. I will be posting every 4 hours where I am looking to take a profit as well as the reasons why. I am sure you will be able to follow easily and you will eventually anticipate what I am doing as the week goes on.
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