Been putting a lot of time in to the face of EminiEdge.com, the website more specifically. It's been a couple of years and was time for a little facelift and I've just been putting it off as bluntly it is a pain in the neck. Just when you think you have got a section done some other bug pops up. Interesting where the term "computer bug" actually originates, but I digress. I'll keep that discussion for another time.
That being said, feel free to poke around. I understand there are a few small bugs yet and I'll continue, as always, keep updating as I go along. There has been a few updates to the content and I am working on more for future release. Putting together more information on Emini contracts, brokers, platforms and such as well as working on a couple of indicators to automate some of the entries we take as discretionary traders so watch for that. Coding on a web site is loads different than programming in Easy Language, but I'll straddle the two and come up with a good combination in the end. My ultimate goal would be to implement the EminiEdge Trading Strategy into an automated task and have the entries and exits be executed by the platform, more of a systematic approach. This has proved difficult in the past but going to give it another run.
On another note, had a few good setups on Friday, short right away followed by a quick long. It was
moving slow for me so only ended up with a few short runs and wasn't able to sit on the long in to the afternoon, hope you got a piece of that. The weather turned sooo nice, and after a crappy winter, I wanted to stop at the local brewery and enjoy the 88 deg (F) weather with blue sky and sun. I guess we can't appreciate the nice weather if it weren't for the bad. Seems like there is a trading lesson in there (always is for a trader) ...that you can't truly appreciate the wins without the losses... Hmmm.
Anyway, a new week is upon us and I'm expecting some chop as our sell-off has stalled and the upside seems labored for now, so take quick decisive profits off the table.
If you have comments on the web site either what you see or don't see, let me know. I always like to hear feedback from followers, even though sometime I don't agree :)
Hope you got a piece of it! Trade what you see, not what you think!
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