I'd like to ask about the lotsize, e.g. NQ futures. How many contracts would be okay for a retail trader to trade on 1 minute chart during US session without being possibly noticed by big traders? I suppose or my concern is that if one retail trader place a entry of more than 10 contracts or more (like 20,50,100 contracts beyond reporting levels), his trade may be a signficant order and noticed by big trader, is that right?
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