Emini Russell day trading is a fast paced index to trade. Only traders who have mastered the S&P Emini index are candidates for this index as far as I am concerned.
The Emini Russell has a fair amount of slippage, where you don’t always get your fill where you want it. Slippage can be costly so I recommend the
Emini Russell as a secondary trading vehicle after the S&P Emini.
Emini Russell day trading has a low level of liquidity meaning that the amount of contracts traded in a given day is small compared with to the Emini S&P.
The ratio of contracts traded can be as high as 3 or even 4 to 1. I personally day trade the
S&P Emini contract and I rarely have a problem getting my order filled by the market at my price.
The reason is usually the wrong one and that is for every one dollar the Russell moves in the traders favor they have an unrealized gain of one hundred dollars per dollar. If you multiply 100 dollars times the amount of contracts a trader trades it can add up to a healthy amount of money quickly.
Conversely, if the market goes in the opposite direction of your trade you will lose the same amount based on this example.
There is no hocus pocus, no magic tricks, just listen, learn, and do what I show you and you will be on your way to a successful career. Just remember that trading is a discipline and you must never lose your discipline or you will lose a lot of money in a hurry.
Trading is the hardest profession I know until that light bulb goes off in your head and you say to yourself with a smile “so that’s what Sam has been saying”.
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