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If You are Trading Tightness by just looking at 3 or 4 Tight days. You are giving very less chance to yourself of getting those 8-10 R+ Trades. You need some good R gains to which will make up for your all small losses.

what you should focus to get those high R trades ⬇️
Another way to learn Tight Stop Loss Trading is to study all trades by @iManasArora . Look at his Entries , try nd find out reason for his Entries nd Exits..when you Master one set up, yes you can trade with 1% or smaller SL.
STUDY Past Big Winners nd check how stock moves:
Focus on bigger picture , look for the uptrending stock which are coming out of from the BASE or look for the stock which are consolidating near Breakout area.
Stock which are giving Tight days near 10 or 20 EMA.

Here are some examples for better understanding :
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Price action characteristics prior clean breakouts:

Not more than 20%+ away from 50 Moving Average
2-3 Narrow Range Bars (Net Change < 2%)
Contracted Volumes
Selling Rejection/Shakeout
No recent buying rejections/Down days with high volumes
High relative volume at start

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Recent examples of clean breakouts:

#BOROLTD
#GATI
#PRECAM
#FCL
#TALBROAUTO
#TATACOMM

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Parts of the Arctic averaged up to +14 °C above normal for the entire month of November.

Preliminary data suggesting we witnessed the hottest November globally on record.

2020 is on track to be the hottest year on record.

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Cold in Canada,
Cool La Niña in the pacific,
Cold in Central Asia...

But that's about it for cold.

Enormous warm anomaly over the Arctic from Arctic amplification with significant heat records tumbling in Australia.
Speaking of Australia (again)...

-Hottest November ever.
-Hottest Spring on record and +2 °C above the 1961-1990 average.

First ever spring with an anomaly above +2 °C.

🇦🇺 Stats via @BOM_au ImageImage
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Respected all sir
I have observe that many times after high volume candle formed stocks price drop and that high volume candle's high is protected and break that high by another high volume candle only.

Here are some examples.
I have cover all large, mid and small cap stocks ImageImageImageImage
Some more examples
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#eveready
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