One of the biggest problems with trading the downside intraday on the TSX is the difficulty caused by the lack of market directional ETFs and the poor volumes. The large US markets have a variety of products available which on a day like today, Sep 22, with markets reeling under selling pressure, means big fat profits for those who are nimble enough to trade ETFs or options to the downside.
For the TSX products are limited. This strategy article ties in with my morning intraday chart analysis article in which I discussed how I expected an afternoon rally which would allow for possible setups to trade the downside.
This article looks at setting up trades intraday on the TSX in an effort to trade during the day to earn decent profits against the risk taken with my capital. This is a two part article. The first part is posted now but the second part with the results won’t be posted until after the day closes as the results are yet to be known.
Become A Better Investor: TSX – Intraday Trading Of The Downside
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