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Is Short Term Trading as Profitable as Long Term Trading?

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What Time Frames Do You Trade? Kamal Warren, a FTSE 100 day trader comments. I look at the 5-minute, 15-minutes and the 1-hour charts, typically I have two screens and I always have a 5-minute charge open and I also monitor the 15-minutes chart. I know that swings traders also look at the hourly and daily charts because they cut the noise down. Is short term trading as profitable as longer term? For me short term trading is profitable, of course with short-term trading you keep paying the spread while with longer term trading the spread is only incurred occasionally.
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Martin Camilo (1 year ago)
Can I follow her on the gram?
Santiago Nasar (1 year ago)
he looks like king kong
GD (1 year ago)
Just 5000 and 10,000 and you can start living off trading?
DontTestTheX (2 years ago)
You can't trade a 5 minute or a 15 minute chart.
erwin braun (2 years ago)
what does he means with 4% risk? Does it means he leverage his Capital to 96%?
Jaxon Luker (3 years ago)
Hans Zarkov (4 years ago)
The books say you should trade the least amount possible, but that is also relative. An intraday trader using 5min time frame might trade 10 times a day and consider that 'infrequent' while a multi-day or multi-month swing trader might trade once a week and consider that infrequent. By lowering your number of trades to the least amount possible for your time frame you force your buy/sell signals to stop whipsawing you around unnecessarily as well as reduce trading costs. Or so they say.
777_777 (4 years ago)
She is gorgeous,and this is a great video! :)
Michael White (4 years ago)
I thought she was going to dance a little bit, still an interesting video.
interests10 (5 years ago)
There are many ways to go about the markets, this is one way.
LIVE Trader (5 years ago)
The lady is very good-looking. What the man said is true. The key to success is to trade small and more frequently or less frequently if you are patient.

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