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10 Comments

  1. Manoj-Reply
    March 13, 2015 at 6:08 pm

    Charlie why do you place four seperate entries of one lot each rather than just place one entry of four lots ?
    can you not just exit part of your position in sequence anyway ?

    • Charlie Burton-Reply
      March 13, 2015 at 6:17 pm

      Hi Manoj,

      No I can’t split my exits and so that’s why I have to split the entries….

      Charlie

  2. David-Reply
    March 13, 2015 at 10:18 pm

    Always good watching a pro trade. I’ve started trading as of last week. I had a fairly good day today, here are my trades from yesterday. :

    2015.03.12 17:28:21 buy usdcad 1.26691 1.27270 1.30000 15:30:02 1.27243 – win
    2015.03.13 01:31:02 buy gbpaud 1.93229 1.93050 1.94600 04:58:01 1.93047 – lose
    2015.03.13 17:03:04 sell eurgbp 0.71440 0.71500 0.71000 21:55:41 0.71132 – win

    I closed eurgbp before the end of today as I didn’t want to risk it opening a lot higher on Sunday eve. Do you leave trades open over the weekend?

    Cheers, David

    • Charlie Burton-Reply
      March 13, 2015 at 10:59 pm

      Hi David,

      Yes I keep trades over the weekend if they are swing trades

  3. Charles White-Reply
    March 14, 2015 at 7:45 am

    Hi,

    at approx 5:44 you mention a swing trade that you don’t want us to know about
    (followed by a cheeky laugh).

    Why is this?

    Surely that trade would help us?

    Charlie

    • Charlie Burton-Reply
      March 14, 2015 at 8:35 am

      Hi Charlie,

      My swing trades are taught to people who have purchased the MBT swing trading CD’s. It wouldn’t be fair if I then freely gave away those trades that others have had to pay for.

      Hope that makes sense

      Regards

      Charlie

  4. Mike Haran-Reply
    March 14, 2015 at 3:29 pm

    Hello Charlie,

    I can’t understand why you did not see the supply areas on the EURUSD 1.06288 and 1.06695 to 1.06853 your moving averages only show an average of price, but don’t show supply or demand levels. Also having popped up 180 odd pips in a down trend you would have had a amazing trade all the way to the previous low. Some time I see your trades you are going against the trend, and you do grab 10 pips, but often had you traded in the opposite direction you would have made 90-100 pips.Also cooking and trading don’t mix, usually I burn my porraige!

    • Charlie Burton-Reply
      March 14, 2015 at 7:09 pm

      Hi mike. That’s what makes a market. Traders having different views. All traders use different tools so one trader will see euro one way another will see different. Yes I was indeed looking for that second entry to short euro but missed it. Both trades we in fact correct but timing was out so I simply see it as one of those days. Hindsight is a wonderful thing which every trader can benefit from. But with my style I know I will miss opportunities but I will also catch them too. There won’t be many traders out there who are that consistent. I know this from my relationships with other pro traders and brokers. Other pro traders will make points that I might miss but they will lose when I gain so it’s all swings and roundabouts!

  5. Andrew Charlesworth-Reply
    March 17, 2015 at 6:52 am

    Hi Charlie,

    Very much enjoyed watching your videos these past months. Curiously, what bands do you use in your charts? Are these Bollinger Bands?

    Many thanks,
    Andy

    • Charlie Burton-Reply
      March 17, 2015 at 7:52 am

      Hi Andy, No they are not Bollinger. I can’t share that info as it’s within our day trading package….

      regards

      Charlie

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