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Socrates & Trading

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Post by Lobo Fri Aug 21, 2015 2:59 am

Socrates & Trading
Posted on August 21, 2015 by Martin Armstrong

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QUESTION:

Hi Mr.  Armstrong,

What it exactly means  when Socrates  says  :  ” on the Weekly level we are currently with three short positions”   OR  ”  we are long  one position “.

Why  ” ONE  ”  , ” TWO ”  etc.  positions whether long or short.  What are their significance?

I will very much appreciate if you post a blog explaining these.

Thank you.
RU

ANSWER: The trading model in this context is set to speculation and will trade on every level of the Reversals, which have four levels in total. We will eventually set this so users can tailor it to their desired trading activity level. Effectively, when set to all modes it will trade on each and every reversal, or you can set it to the least active. Each level will produce a different result.

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