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    Start Time

    OK, I've been trading Forex for six months now (plus 15 years trading equities) and I'm ready to start trading a more serious portfolio but before I do, I'm gonna take a shot at this contest thing.

    The rules say it runs from 5:15 on the first trading day of the month. So would that be 5:15 today(31st) or 5:15 tomorrow(1st)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DefCon View Post
    OK, I've been trading Forex for six months now (plus 15 years trading equities) and I'm ready to start trading a more serious portfolio but before I do, I'm gonna take a shot at this contest thing.

    The rules say it runs from 5:15 on the first trading day of the month. So would that be 5:15 today(31st) or 5:15 tomorrow(1st)?
    You got it, today at the end of trading . A trading day is considered from 5pm - 5pm a full 24hr cycle. So with that in mind trading for April begins at 03/31 at 5pm Et .


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    Cool.

    I'm probably throwing away $500 but hey, I've spent more than that on a night out and it was my "education fund" anyway...........

    So here we goooooooo.........

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