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Trading When Market Internals Are Mixed
By Alex Wasilewski   
October 26, 2010

Analyzing when your trading setups work is easy. What I want to take a look at today is the logical reason as to why sometimes you should hold back on that impulse to trade. On top of that, let’s take a look at the difference between a trend-day and a consolidation day and how that can impact the trades that you do take based on your setups.

*Please note that this video was previously recorded and price levels referenced in the clip are for demonstration purposes only.



For more from Alex, visit PureTick.com.

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