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gers twitched with anticipation for the trading they would do. My right leg started hopping on the floor. This was a good feeling. This was the rush of adrenaline that the traders on the 31st floor felt every day. Trading for a living was never going to be boring. Scott was feeling it, too. The look of concern disappeared, replaced by what could only be described as bliss: He knew that we were going to witness something amazing. You going to turn on the Amazing Forex software he asked. Oh, yeah, I told him. I almost forgot. I have a feeling that all we need to do is follow the direction of the market right after the minutes are released. From what Craig said, this economic report can move the market 100 pips in just seconds. Gotta have a quick trigger finger, then. You bet. I might make up for all the lost opportunities that I had this week. It was 2:14 P.M. Eastern Time when the Amazing software triggered a sell order on the GBP/USD. The current price was 1.8135. I had my finger on the trigger to take the trade, and then boom! All of the sudden, the price on my trading platform started to skyrocket upward. Scott gasped, and I took my hands off the keyboard. Whoa! It was flying up 10, 20, 30 pips instantly! I wanted to be a part of that. Once before, the software had been wrong, and we had profited from inadvertently trading in the opposite direction of the signal. So that s what I did this time. With absolute confidence, I bought the GBP/USD at 1.8170. I traded two standard lots, or $200,000 worth of currency, which equaled $20 for every pip the market moved (see Figure 6.1). Doubling up! Scott exclaimed. Sweetness! I was automatically in the red on the trade, because of the spread. So I was losing $100 right now, or 5 pips (the spread) times $20. I had seen this on the other trades we had taken, so I was mentally prepared. No freaking out just because I started off at a small loss. We checked back with Amazing Forex Profits. It had a boatload of orders popping up on the screen. Here they were: Buy USD/JPY, Buy USD/CHF, Sell EUR/USD, Sell GBP/USD, Buy USD/CAD, Buy USD/SEK, Sell NZD/USD, Sell AUD/USD.
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FIGURE 6.1
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Harry trades two standard lots.
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And many more. I had never seen that many orders popping up at the same time. And they were all going in one direction: buying U.S. Dollars and selling other currencies. Not one order went the other way. Now I felt conflicted. Craig had told me the market could jump really fast, even 100 pips in 60 seconds. That meant I still had plenty of profit potential on the trade it had only moved up 35 pips when I bought. So that left at least 65 more pips to come. At $20 per pip, I was looking at a profit of $1,300. That was easily enough to cover the extra money we needed to make our rent payment. With enough left over to give my wife a gift certificate for some online music. While I felt more nervous about this trade than the others, it was just because of the amount of money that I stood to gain. I had never made this much money this fast before. Then I glanced at the Amazing software. What was I to do when it was telling me to go the other way And with so many orders I wondered if I could call Craig. I didn t have his number, but I am sure that John Murphy had it. I half sat up in my chair to leave. Scott backed away a bit. He suddenly remembered that Mr. Johnson wanted to see me. I saw the trade dip down to negative 10 pips $200 in the red. That was more money than I had lost on a trade before. My right leg was bouncing, and I held onto it with my hand. You gotta go see Herbie, Scott told me. He was right. Damn! This was happening again a forced choice between watching the trade and doing my job. I couldn t wait for the day when I could walk away from the office and never come back. Just trade full time. Especially now that I had an open trade that had the potential to
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