It is quite possible to analyze the market ten minutes a day, just look at medium or long-term charts that move slowly, for example where each Japanese candlestick is a 4-hour or one-day time unit.
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What is the return on investment?
It is difficult to calculate the return on investment that you will be able to achieve by trading for 10 minutes per day. It will depend on many parameters besides your average risk reward ratio such as the number of trades, your risk per trade and the success rate of your trading strategy.
Let’s take this same sequence of risks but with a capital of €1,000, this represents a risk of €25 per trader. Let’s say that by observing a few H4 timeframe charts, 10 minutes a day, you make an average of 12 trades per month (3 per week). 60% of these 12 trades are winners (ie 7.2 trades but let’s round off to 7) and each profitable trade has a ratio of 2, ie it earns you €50.
So we can calculate the total winnings: 7 x €50 = €350. And subtract the loss (5 x €25 = €125) to get the monthly performance: €350 – €125 = €225 or 22.5% profit. If we keep the same parameters and divide the number of trades by 2, we still fall to 11.25% profit. These are two examples of profits that can be made by spending 10 minutes trading a day.
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