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Ross Hook analysis 2 years 2 weeks ago #16

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Ross Hook analysis 2 years 2 weeks ago #19

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Intresting but... I would not try it.
According to my personal experience if you blindly take all the hooks you will overtrade and you will have a bad performance.
Better to take only the "best" hooks.
Which are the "best" hooks?
The PC will never understand it... That's why good discretionary traders are rare ;-)
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Ross Hook analysis 2 years 2 weeks ago #20

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Agree.

But even with such a basic set up definition the RH is getting a "B" rating and thats really cool in my opinion.


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Ross Hook analysis 2 years 2 weeks ago #21

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Hi Andy,

Yes, no doubt that it's cool!

But I love trading and personally I cannot stay in front of the monitor and waiting for an algo doing the job.
I know by experience that in trading business the 90% of the job is done outside the trading session.
But I still want to put on the trade by myself.
In the end putting on the trade in the right way it's the goal and the final step of the trading process in which I'm getting the results of my hard work.
I don't want to miss this moment :-)

Best
Jean
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Ross Hook analysis 2 years 2 weeks ago #22

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Agree Jean, same here.

But it is always a good thing to know that something works even in a pure mechanical way. :-)

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Andy
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