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What is most important to your trading strategy?

Weeks of hot-headed debate on the nature of high-frequency trading has led many investors to reflect on their market strategy.

While there are a variety of tools that traders can utilize, we want to know which you rely on most. Is it chart patterns, valuations, mathematical models or merely your instinct?

Vote in our poll and tell us what you think.

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