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Hello Shaun, Firstly, thank you for your excellent website and blog. I enjoy reading your posts. I am a relatively new trader and have been using Tradestation to.
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Hi Shaun, I like it! Categorizing “Range|Trend” is ubiquitous in the field — it makes us feel better. In reality, is not the end of the trend most likely at the edge-of-the-range?