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It's all the same...

Postby MightyOne » Sat Nov 25, 2017 7:15 pm

This is how easy it is to trade the Rat-zone/Buy-zone or anything else with standard indicators:

1. set your fib retracement tool to 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ..., -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, ...
Each line is a fraction of your total risk so you are seeing how quickly you are making or breaking money:
eg each line on the M30 is $25, on the 240 it's $50, and on the MN it's $400.

2. use the ATR on hourly chart to find the Hourly ATR and multiply that number by 0.4 (max. short-term width, 2.5 lines = ATR)
If the ATR is 12 then each line is 4.8 pips wide: open your fib ret tool and set the first number to a zero, like 84.500, and set the second number to 84.548; now you can move the whole fibo around and set one of the lines on a desired entry price.

3. Make your zones slightly smaller than 2.5 lines and drag them where you need them:
a. Rat-zone is drawn from the H/L extreme
b. Buy-zone is centered around an open price
c. Open-cross is a BZ that is on either side of the open price
d. HOLO and Wick-zones are Open-cross trades (WZ adds breakouts of extremes).

A 'flip-flop'/Rat-trade is a green candle that made a new high followed by a red candle and a breakout of the extreme low of the red candle.

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When trading a line chart, you enter at the bottom of the cups:
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Re: It's all the same...

Postby forexmoney » Sat Nov 25, 2017 10:02 pm

MightyOne wrote:This is how easy it is to trade the Rat-zone/Buy-zone or anything else with standard indicators:

1. set your fib retracement tool to 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ..., -1, -2, -3, -4, -5, ...
Each line is a fraction of your total risk so you are seeing how quickly you are making or breaking money:
eg each line on the M30 is $25, on the 240 it's $50, and on the MN it's $400.

2. use the ATR on hourly chart to find the Hourly ATR and multiply that number by 0.4 (max. short-term width, 2.5 lines = ATR)
If the ATR is 12 then each line is 4.8 pips wide: open your fib ret tool and set the first number to a zero, like 84.500, and set the second number to 84.548; now you can move the whole fibo around and set one of the lines on a desired entry price.

3. Make your zones slightly smaller than 2.5 lines and drag them where you need them:
a. Rat-zone is drawn from the H/L extreme
b. Buy-zone is centered around an open price
c. Open-cross is a BZ that is on either side of the open price
d. HOLO and Wick-zones are Open-cross trades (WZ adds breakouts of extremes).

A 'flip-flop'/Rat-trade is a green candle that made a new high followed by a red candle and a breakout of the extreme low of the red candle.

EIGHTS.png
When trading a line chart, you enter at the bottom of the cups:
EURAUDH1.png

very powerful post-MO :D thank you so much!
the rat zone for life :-D

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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby MightyOne » Mon Nov 27, 2017 5:56 pm

Just so happens to be 20 pips.

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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby Leoheart » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:20 pm

Hey Tro,

I am looking for the indicator in the attached pic. I believe its the Tro_Range_Count. Available in motherloads or donational? Thanks in advance.
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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby TheRumpledOne » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:51 pm

Leoheart wrote:Hey Tro,

I am looking for the indicator in the attached pic. I believe its the Tro_Range_Count. Available in motherloads or donational? Thanks in advance.


TRO2009_Candle_Ratio
TRO2009_Range_Count

Both are 2009 Donational Indicators.
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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby Leoheart » Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:15 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
Leoheart wrote:Hey Tro,

I am looking for the indicator in the attached pic. I believe its the Tro_Range_Count. Available in motherloads or donational? Thanks in advance.


TRO2009_Candle_Ratio
TRO2009_Range_Count

Both are 2009 Donational Indicators.


Thanks Tro. What this the difference between the 2 indicators? Are we measuring whole candles (bodies and wicks)? Can you please go over the stats in the picture I attached above.

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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby TheRumpledOne » Thu Nov 30, 2017 6:27 pm

Leoheart wrote:
TheRumpledOne wrote:
Leoheart wrote:Hey Tro,

I am looking for the indicator in the attached pic. I believe its the Tro_Range_Count. Available in motherloads or donational? Thanks in advance.


TRO2009_Candle_Ratio
TRO2009_Range_Count

Both are 2009 Donational Indicators.


Thanks Tro. What this the difference between the 2 indicators? Are we measuring whole candles (bodies and wicks)? Can you please go over the stats in the picture I attached above.


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Ratio equation:


HighVal = iHigh(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);
LowVal = iLow(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);
open = iOpen(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);

xRange = HighVal - LowVal ;

tRange = 100 * ( HighVal - open ) / xRange ;

This is the ratio of (high - open) / (high - low). Buyers winning when > 50. Seller winning when < 50.

Range equation:

HighVal = iHigh(rSymbol,rPeriod,ii);
LowVal = iLow(rSymbol,rPeriod,ii);

xRange = HighVal - LowVal ; // range

tRange = xRange / point; // range

That is range from high to low.


In both indicators, the stats displayed are the tRange values.
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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby Leoheart » Thu Nov 30, 2017 10:51 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
Leoheart wrote:
TheRumpledOne wrote:
TRO2009_Candle_Ratio
TRO2009_Range_Count

Both are 2009 Donational Indicators.


Thanks Tro. What this the difference between the 2 indicators? Are we measuring whole candles (bodies and wicks)? Can you please go over the stats in the picture I attached above.


TRO002.png

Ratio equation:


HighVal = iHigh(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);
LowVal = iLow(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);
open = iOpen(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);

xRange = HighVal - LowVal ;

tRange = 100 * ( HighVal - open ) / xRange ;

This is the ratio of (high - open) / (high - low). Buyers winning when > 50. Seller winning when < 50.

Range equation:

HighVal = iHigh(rSymbol,rPeriod,ii);
LowVal = iLow(rSymbol,rPeriod,ii);

xRange = HighVal - LowVal ; // range

tRange = xRange / point; // range

That is range from high to low.



In both indicators, the stats displayed are the tRange values.


Thanks Tro, I may be over thinking this but what does the attached mean?
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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby TheRumpledOne » Fri Dec 01, 2017 2:52 am

Leoheart wrote:
TheRumpledOne wrote:
Leoheart wrote:
Thanks Tro. What this the difference between the 2 indicators? Are we measuring whole candles (bodies and wicks)? Can you please go over the stats in the picture I attached above.


TRO002.png

Ratio equation:


HighVal = iHigh(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);
LowVal = iLow(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);
open = iOpen(rSymbol,rPeriod,i);

xRange = HighVal - LowVal ;

tRange = 100 * ( HighVal - open ) / xRange ;

This is the ratio of (high - open) / (high - low). Buyers winning when > 50. Seller winning when < 50.

Range equation:

HighVal = iHigh(rSymbol,rPeriod,ii);
LowVal = iLow(rSymbol,rPeriod,ii);

xRange = HighVal - LowVal ; // range

tRange = xRange / point; // range

That is range from high to low.



In both indicators, the stats displayed are the tRange values.


Thanks Tro, I may be over thinking this but what does the attached mean?


Out of the last 168 bars, 12 bars had a ratio between 30 and 39. 12 represents 6.06 % of the bars
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