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Mon 8/08: (-$240)
Tue 8/09: +$270
Wed 8/10: +$720
Thu 8/11: +$540
Fri 8/12: N/A
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+$1,290 [gross]

Mon 8/01: +$510
Tue 8/02: +$12.50
Wed 8/03: +$10
Thu 8/04: +$510
Fri 8/05: (-$450)
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+$592.50 [gross]

Mon 7/25: +$520
Tue 7/26: +$540
Wed 7/27: ($-90)
Thu 7/28:  +$710
Fri 7/29:  (-$240)
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+$1,440 [gross]

Mon 7/18: +$100
Tue 7/19: +$1,080
Wed 7/20: +$250
Thu 7/21: +$520
Fri 7/22: +$10
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+$1,960
[gross]

+$5,282 cumulative (four weeks) pace using two (2) contracts on average per turn
+$1,320 avg weekly (four weeks) pace using two (2) contracts on average per turn

15 sessions net-gain
04 sessions net-loss
+79% daily win rate

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Let’s Take A Look

I have taken an unwanted and unwelcome hiatus from trading for the past two weeks because quite frankly the markets were too thin, too illiquid and too chopped-dead for overall profitable trading.

Of course I’m not happy about it, but I’d be even less happy to endure losses straight thru because nobody else save for a couple of computer programs were in the market. Universal law of gambling => trading: if you cannot identify bagholders at the proverbial table, chances are it is you. If there are no other humans self-directed and/or retail system traders active to take money from, the big algos will most certainly take money from you.

Anyone who has not yet learned this fact will surely do so by paying their dues in the form of direct trading losses during dead-chop session periods.

0825-CL

CL reacted to the early Jackson Hole symposium with predictably illiquid manner. Whips and spikes and chop. I happened to be home during the 10am est whip-chop movement, and visually witnessed it being 100% untradeable. Nor was the inverse back-chop lower any different.

The key to capturing actual dollars with real trades (not mental or sim) is execution. Can you get filled on your entire order of contracts reasonably near the intended price level AND hold initial stops to control loss, or not?

If not, then trading attempts are futile. No fills and/or worse, ceaselessly back-chopped stops are more than a complete waste of time. That’s the problem with thin, illiquid, whip-chopped tapes… in real life you cannot consistently make money due to impossible conditions for completed executions.

Very simple. Very real.

0825-ES

After several weeks of daily no-range, sideways funk from the ES it finally broke stale containment Friday. Nice rotation thru our CM RoadMap price levels which of course every symbol in every market does inside normal sessions. This was one of those, albeit a recent rarity.

However, you will also note that other than the straight drop from roughly 11:30am est until noon, everything before and after was once again ceaseless back-chop.

Pre-Holiday
No one knows what to expect this week ahead. So I will take a look at Mon & Tue sessions to judge if they are worthy of trading. If so, I’ll be active thru Thursday and then idle until the following Tuesday. No trading efforts at all Fri thru Mon next.

If markets remain illiquid and whip-chopped dead, it will be another week idle and time invested doing something else productive with life.

Post-Holiday
All signs point to active if not (at times) outright wild price movement in all financial markets ahead. This extended lull has created prime conditions for an upcoming storm, likely to last well into 2017 if not beyond. We’ll discuss all of that and more inside this weekend’s CM Newsletter edition.

Bottom line? Prepare for the recent dead tape inaction to flip 180-degree opposite extremes, real soon 🙂

See You Inside
Austin

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