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I have resumed my focus on coaching as a stock market mentor where I run a success guaranteed stock trading mentorship program


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Until next time

happy trading 

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Stopped out on an ideal bar

keymoo's picture

Today I got stopped out of a trade and the candle that stopped me out happened to be an ideal bar. So, to take the next trade should I use this bar or wait four hours for this one to complete? I was stopped at 14:00 GMT. Should I create my buy and sell stop orders on completion of the bar or wait? What would you do in this situation?



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