5 trades entered today in the Live Room, yet for some reason it seems as if the market did nothing today. 

"An oxymoron (plural oxymorons or oxymora) (from Greek ὀξύμωρον, "sharp dull") is a figure of speech that combines contradictory terms." 

This word correctly defines the kind of day we had in the live room today.  I started off the session by entering 2 trades right off the bat.  Those trades were soon followed by 2 more entries and eventually 1 more. Although we had 5 trades in progress at the same time, none of them seemed to be moving at all. Well except for the perfect 222 Gartley pattern that formed on GBPJPY inside a channel. Yup! The perfect pattern. Sadly however, that was the only trade that moved quick...stopping us out within a matter of seconds of getting filled. That move was the height of today's action. The other 4 pairs simply traded up, down, up, down and so on. All that being said, I've made it seem like today was a horrible day. In fact it was the complete opposite. I personally ended up winning 2 out of the 5 trades while the majority of the room members that took the trades with me ended up winning 3 of 5.  At the end of the day we left the room with more money in our wallets then what we came in with, which makes it a good day despite taking more losses than winners. And more importantly, once again proves the importance of understanding how to properly pick ta

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