• Following the recent Indices 6.3 release for the 1-minute timeframe, I've been asked a review showing how I played the signals for those 2 days

  • I'm going to cover the Indices here only

  • Starting my trading day at 6:30 am UTC+1 (meaning I wake up at 5 am)

  • Ending my trading day at most at 7 pm UTC+1

  • Remember that I take my profit a bit before the supports/resistances; not right on them

  • Reminder: With the m1 it's ok for a conservative trader to take all the trades, not the BHR/SHR

  • Each image below can be enlarged with a click

  • The lower the timeframe, the more of a pullback I usually wait

  • remember that if the entry is too near from an S/R, to wait for a bigger pullback to get more room before setting your SL to BE

  • even with a converging leading trend, I protect really quickly using the m1

  • it's a mix between the previous m1 and m2 - though need to be really reactive

  • that's the price to pay for a very low-risk model

  • Where I'm showing the pips PnL per trade, it's not an exact science.
    Front-running some questions from my favorite german already :)
    The concept is whenever we're facing S/Rs and I see some risks, I protect my trades - even if that means trading for nothing half of the time

  • m1 is very rewarding but tough for beginners

  • I'm not showing here the DXY and VIX
    I always consider them before jumping on a trade with a market or pullback entry


January 13th

US30 Jan 13th morning

Cycle 1 wasn't volatile. Then, cycle 2 is likely to be more interesting

US30 Jan 13th afternoon part 1

US30 Jan 13th afternoon part 2

January 14th

US30 Jan 14th morning

Cycle 1 wasn't volatile. Then, cycle 2 is likely to be more interesting

US30 Jan14th afternoon Part1

I'm not finished yet with this tutorial - will finish the rest tonight ;)