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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby LeMercenaire » Tue Apr 23, 2019 4:16 pm

OK then. It seems we got the move right.

Wall St 30 Off and very much Running.

In @ 26493.5

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H4

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Price at time of posting sits @ 26686.7

Not too shabby.

One of them a day would keep me happy.

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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby LeMercenaire » Tue Apr 23, 2019 4:27 pm

So now I have locked in a goodly chunk and will wait and see what comes next.

Exit signals are a twist in the cloud on the H4 or a candle colour change or if I d*** well feel like it using any one of my usual trade management methods.

A twist on the lower time frames can be used as add-in levels (if it then un-twists) and go a long way towards giving you a heads-up as to where we will go next.

For now, we hurry up and wait...

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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby paweldobkowski » Tue Apr 23, 2019 5:06 pm

LeMercenaire wrote:So now I have locked in a goodly chunk and will wait and see what comes next.

Exit signals are a twist in the cloud on the H4 or a candle colour change or if I d*** well feel like it using any one of my usual trade management methods.

A twist on the lower time frames can be used as add-in levels (if it then un-twists) and go a long way towards giving you a heads-up as to where we will go next.

For now, we hurry up and wait...


dude nevermind that you took the whole momentum UP
lol

you are so poetic

"for now, hurry up and wait"?

you are very creative
i enjoy reading your stuff Lem

you got anything to do with creative writing?
or its just your natural skill?
im gluten free intolerant

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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby LeMercenaire » Tue Apr 23, 2019 5:48 pm

paweldobkowski wrote:
LeMercenaire wrote:So now I have locked in a goodly chunk and will wait and see what comes next.

Exit signals are a twist in the cloud on the H4 or a candle colour change or if I d*** well feel like it using any one of my usual trade management methods.

A twist on the lower time frames can be used as add-in levels (if it then un-twists) and go a long way towards giving you a heads-up as to where we will go next.

For now, we hurry up and wait...


dude nevermind that you took the whole momentum UP
lol

you are so poetic

"for now, hurry up and wait"?

you are very creative
i enjoy reading your stuff Lem

you got anything to do with creative writing?
or its just your natural skill?


I wear many hats. One of which is a Script Doctor and I specialise in rewriting dialogue.

If you like, ''...for now, hurry up and wait.'', you'll love ''C'mon, get aff!''

I'll leave you to guess where that comes from and when it would be used :P

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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby LeMercenaire » Wed Apr 24, 2019 12:17 pm

Been looking at The DAX (surprise, surprise) as we head through noon-time uk.

We have been in a good, strong, upwards move for a while now but seems we are reaching an interesting level.

DAX Daily

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Dropping to the H4, you can see there's a bit of a conflict going on. The current bar looks strong but the previous...not so much.

H4

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Now down on the 15-min, we've got a colour change going on, so we have a possible entry setting up.

15-min

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5-min drills down farther.

However, we are seeing little reaction from either cloud yet.

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Then down at the razor's edge, this is what we get.

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Here we can see that price has crossed through the Lightning Cloud, into the Thunder as well as the Lightning Cloud itself having dropped inside.

What now? Well, normally as I said, this would be a place to look for an entry / re-entry, however I will temper that enthusiasm a little because of that H4 level. This Daily move has been going on for quite some time now and if this was down on the small time frames in scalping-land, then I would be thinking that this move was way too far gone along to offer a solid addition.

I may of course have looked at playing it tight and nipping a smaller bite out of it - something I do actually do quite a lot - and so, there i no reason to not threat this Daily / H4 move in the same way. I simply will look at keeping a close eye on it and take as much as I can out of it, while not expecting it to go on for very long.

All of that is assuming it does actually bounce, of course. It could just as easily continue on all the way through and morph into a Short move.

We just have to suck it and see.

It's all good.

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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby paweldobkowski » Wed Apr 24, 2019 1:51 pm

LeMercenaire wrote:
paweldobkowski wrote:
LeMercenaire wrote:So now I have locked in a goodly chunk and will wait and see what comes next.

Exit signals are a twist in the cloud on the H4 or a candle colour change or if I d*** well feel like it using any one of my usual trade management methods.

A twist on the lower time frames can be used as add-in levels (if it then un-twists) and go a long way towards giving you a heads-up as to where we will go next.

For now, we hurry up and wait...


dude nevermind that you took the whole momentum UP
lol

you are so poetic

"for now, hurry up and wait"?

you are very creative
i enjoy reading your stuff Lem

you got anything to do with creative writing?
or its just your natural skill?


I wear many hats. One of which is a Script Doctor and I specialise in rewriting dialogue.

If you like, ''...for now, hurry up and wait.'', you'll love ''C'mon, get aff!''

I'll leave you to guess where that comes from and when it would be used :P


now thats cool man
you write for money or as a hobby?
you did anything big that we mightve heard about?
so many questions
so little time
haha

although i can create some english
i am polish
so i have no idea where "c'mon get aff" would come in handy :wink:
to be honest i have no idea what it even means
im gluten free intolerant

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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby LeMercenaire » Wed Apr 24, 2019 3:27 pm

paweldobkowski wrote:
LeMercenaire wrote:
paweldobkowski wrote:
dude nevermind that you took the whole momentum UP
lol

you are so poetic

"for now, hurry up and wait"?

you are very creative
i enjoy reading your stuff Lem

you got anything to do with creative writing?
or its just your natural skill?


I wear many hats. One of which is a Script Doctor and I specialise in rewriting dialogue.

If you like, ''...for now, hurry up and wait.'', you'll love ''C'mon, get aff!''

I'll leave you to guess where that comes from and when it would be used :P


now thats cool man
you write for money or as a hobby?
you did anything big that we mightve heard about?
so many questions
so little time
haha

although i can create some english
i am polish
so i have no idea where "c'mon get aff" would come in handy :wink:
to be honest i have no idea what it even means


I had - sometimes still have - a relationship with a Canadian producer, so I work via her circle and am paid a good amount not to have my name credited and out of view of the Writers' Guild.

Last one I did was for a Californian director and with a writer from Texas who was trying to write dialogue for a character from Glasgow, with scenes set in Scotland. She seemed to have the impression that everyone in Scotland was still using the language of the Clearances, lol...och aye, the noo, bonny lad!

Speaking if which...C'mon, get aff! Lol. Literally, Come on, get off.

You know what a bus conductor is / was? The person who takes the tickets on a bus. Very much if its time and not seen now but back in the day, they would stand at the back of the bus at the open door and if someone was being slow at getting off at their stop, they would shout "c'mon, get off!"

Hurry up old chap if you would be so kind as to depart from this public passenger transportation vehicle...

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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby Captain Pugwash » Wed Apr 24, 2019 3:29 pm

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If you like, ''...for now, hurry up and wait.'', you'll love ''C'mon, get aff!''

I'll leave you to guess where that comes from and when it would be used :P[/quote]


what about "get them to stand closer apart"
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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby paweldobkowski » Wed Apr 24, 2019 7:29 pm

LeMercenaire wrote:
paweldobkowski wrote:
LeMercenaire wrote:
I wear many hats. One of which is a Script Doctor and I specialise in rewriting dialogue.

If you like, ''...for now, hurry up and wait.'', you'll love ''C'mon, get aff!''

I'll leave you to guess where that comes from and when it would be used :P


now thats cool man
you write for money or as a hobby?
you did anything big that we mightve heard about?
so many questions
so little time
haha

although i can create some english
i am polish
so i have no idea where "c'mon get aff" would come in handy :wink:
to be honest i have no idea what it even means


I had - sometimes still have - a relationship with a Canadian producer, so I work via her circle and am paid a good amount not to have my name credited and out of view of the Writers' Guild.

Last one I did was for a Californian director and with a writer from Texas who was trying to write dialogue for a character from Glasgow, with scenes set in Scotland. She seemed to have the impression that everyone in Scotland was still using the language of the Clearances, lol...och aye, the noo, bonny lad!

Speaking if which...C'mon, get aff! Lol. Literally, Come on, get off.

You know what a bus conductor is / was? The person who takes the tickets on a bus. Very much if its time and not seen now but back in the day, they would stand at the back of the bus at the open door and if someone was being slow at getting off at their stop, they would shout "c'mon, get off!"

Hurry up old chap if you would be so kind as to depart from this public passenger transportation vehicle...


that is amazing Lem!
im finally rubbing shoulders with the bigwigs :wink:
but seriously ---- impressive stuff

thank you for the explanation
i was too shy to try :oops:

i always wanted to be a writer for a late night show
like Fallon, Kimmel, Conan, Letterman
i really enjoy creative writing
i used to write tons of jokes in english
had a relatively big comedy twitter account
never did anything with it tho
im gluten free intolerant

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Re: Lem's Big Box O' Stuff.

Postby LeMercenaire » Wed Apr 24, 2019 9:26 pm

paweldobkowski wrote:
LeMercenaire wrote:
paweldobkowski wrote:
now thats cool man
you write for money or as a hobby?
you did anything big that we mightve heard about?
so many questions
so little time
haha

although i can create some english
i am polish
so i have no idea where "c'mon get aff" would come in handy :wink:
to be honest i have no idea what it even means


I had - sometimes still have - a relationship with a Canadian producer, so I work via her circle and am paid a good amount not to have my name credited and out of view of the Writers' Guild.

Last one I did was for a Californian director and with a writer from Texas who was trying to write dialogue for a character from Glasgow, with scenes set in Scotland. She seemed to have the impression that everyone in Scotland was still using the language of the Clearances, lol...och aye, the noo, bonny lad!

Speaking if which...C'mon, get aff! Lol. Literally, Come on, get off.

You know what a bus conductor is / was? The person who takes the tickets on a bus. Very much if its time and not seen now but back in the day, they would stand at the back of the bus at the open door and if someone was being slow at getting off at their stop, they would shout "c'mon, get off!"

Hurry up old chap if you would be so kind as to depart from this public passenger transportation vehicle...


that is amazing Lem!
im finally rubbing shoulders with the bigwigs :wink:
but seriously ---- impressive stuff

thank you for the explanation
i was too shy to try :oops:

i always wanted to be a writer for a late night show
like Fallon, Kimmel, Conan, Letterman
i really enjoy creative writing
i used to write tons of jokes in english
had a relatively big comedy twitter account
never did anything with it tho


It's a brutal business but just made sense to me as someone who hates a 9 to 5 grind and will seek out ways to make a living that depends on me and me alone.

So long as your ego will allow you to not be bothered about not seeing your name in lights, then there is a good living to be made once you get an "in". Do the job and you'll get used again and again.

Bear in mind that nobody wants any writer near a project once he hands the script in anyway and you get the picture of your place on the totem pole.

Writing for live TV is even more brutal than movies, lol. Not for me, you're welcome to it.

I have a single script adaptation to thank for helping get me my starting bank - it was optioned twice and never made - as that cash plus what I had made as a Fund Monkey was enough to bankroll me immediately at a pro level. I am forever grateful for that.

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