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Best PracticesScalping | Sep 16, 2015
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    Best PracticesScalping Sep 16, 2015

    This segment discusses scalping, specifically, what it is, what is a good candidate for scalping, what a trader needs to know, as well as info about entry, exit, duration and more. Those who have never scalped before or who have been unsuccessful should benefit from watching this segment.

    The segment starts off with a general definition of scalping. How much a trader should seek to profit on a scalp and how long the trade should last is discussed.

    What a trader should look for in a market to decide if it is a good scalping candidate is examined next. Some examples of good scalps are mentioned and Tom and Tony set up a model scalping page.

    What a trader needs to know about what he wants to scalp is detailed. The ability to multi-task is stressed. Some critical do's and don’ts are also outlined.

    Entry and exit parameters are discussed as well as the duration of a trade. Also whether one should scale in or out of a trade is examined. Finally, a few pitfalls to avoid are noted.

    Watch this segment of “Best Practices” with Tom Sosnoff and Tony Battista for an indepth look into the world of scalping and why Tom and Tony think it’s an essential tool for trading year round. The knowledge gained here can help your overall trading.

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