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How to choose TRO method?

Postby Mark Mark » Fri Oct 30, 2020 10:32 pm

After a long search for a trading strategy I found for myself the TRO methods. But I can't decide which method to choose for trading. Help me please with it. What method using adepts of TRO?
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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby tomhiddleston » Wed Nov 18, 2020 1:41 am

If you take some time to think about your goals and the results that should be achieved, this can help narrow your choices and ensure the method you choose will be most effective in achieving your goals. friend.

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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby TheRumpledOne » Wed Nov 18, 2020 5:53 pm

Mark Mark wrote:After a long search for a trading strategy I found for myself the TRO methods. But I can't decide which method to choose for trading. Help me please with it. What method using adepts of TRO?


Use the simple price action horizontal lines following the H1 candle color.

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This way you are not worried about learning a method per se. You focus on entering at the line and using sound risk management and money management.

And you may not ever need to learn a "method".
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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby Mark Mark » Wed Nov 18, 2020 8:54 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
Mark Mark wrote:After a long search for a trading strategy I found for myself the TRO methods. But I can't decide which method to choose for trading. Help me please with it. What method using adepts of TRO?


Use the simple price action horizontal lines following the H1 candle color.

TRO001.png

This way you are not worried about learning a method per se. You focus on entering at the line and using sound risk management and money management.

And you may not ever need to learn a "method".

Do I need TRO SEMAFOR? I am using only sweetspots indicator.
About money management how many lots you trading? You always trading 1 lot or you change your lots?
Do I need playbook or I can use fix TP and SL?
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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby TheRumpledOne » Thu Nov 19, 2020 3:07 pm

Mark Mark wrote:
TheRumpledOne wrote:
Mark Mark wrote:After a long search for a trading strategy I found for myself the TRO methods. But I can't decide which method to choose for trading. Help me please with it. What method using adepts of TRO?


Use the simple price action horizontal lines following the H1 candle color.

TRO001.png

This way you are not worried about learning a method per se. You focus on entering at the line and using sound risk management and money management.

And you may not ever need to learn a "method".

Do I need TRO SEMAFOR? I am using only sweetspots indicator.
About money management how many lots you trading? You always trading 1 lot or you change your lots?
Do I need playbook or I can use fix TP and SL?


No, you don't need any indicator at all. Indicators are just aids.

The question about money management is for you to answer for yourself. Don't be concerned with what other traders are doing with their accounts.

You can use an EXIT PLAY BOOK or some other way of managing your money.
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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby Mark Mark » Tue Nov 24, 2020 10:24 am

TheRumpledOne wrote:
Mark Mark wrote:
TheRumpledOne wrote:
Use the simple price action horizontal lines following the H1 candle color.

TRO001.png

This way you are not worried about learning a method per se. You focus on entering at the line and using sound risk management and money management.

And you may not ever need to learn a "method".

Do I need TRO SEMAFOR? I am using only sweetspots indicator.
About money management how many lots you trading? You always trading 1 lot or you change your lots?
Do I need playbook or I can use fix TP and SL?


No, you don't need any indicator at all. Indicators are just aids.

The question about money management is for you to answer for yourself. Don't be concerned with what other traders are doing with their accounts.

You can use an EXIT PLAY BOOK or some other way of managing your money.

But why another traders who using your method having profits and I having losses?
What I am doing wrong? What knows they what dont know me?
They making money, I having losses.
What kind of mistakes I need to fix?
I'm just tired of losing my money already!!!
And question about buy zone: can I use this method on Stock Market or Spot CFD?
Also I think that buy zone is a good method for trading Penny Stocks shares.
What do you think about it?
I will use Buy zone on forex, but I think that on Stocks it works more better.
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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby TheRumpledOne » Tue Nov 24, 2020 4:37 pm

Mark Mark wrote:
TheRumpledOne wrote:
Mark Mark wrote:Do I need TRO SEMAFOR? I am using only sweetspots indicator.
About money management how many lots you trading? You always trading 1 lot or you change your lots?
Do I need playbook or I can use fix TP and SL?


No, you don't need any indicator at all. Indicators are just aids.

The question about money management is for you to answer for yourself. Don't be concerned with what other traders are doing with their accounts.

You can use an EXIT PLAY BOOK or some other way of managing your money.

But why another traders who using your method having profits and I having losses?
What I am doing wrong? What knows they what dont know me?
They making money, I having losses.
What kind of mistakes I need to fix?
I'm just tired of losing my money already!!!
And question about buy zone: can I use this method on Stock Market or Spot CFD?
Also I think that buy zone is a good method for trading Penny Stocks shares.
What do you think about it?
I will use Buy zone on forex, but I think that on Stocks it works more better.


Post charts showing your losses. That's the only way to determine what really happened.

Penny stocks don't have the stats. If you want to know what stocks to trade using the BUY ZONE, go to www.stockfetcher.com and run my MILK THE COWS filters. There is one called MTC CHECKER that tells you whether not the stock is a "cow" that can be "milked".
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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby Mark Mark » Tue Nov 24, 2020 6:47 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
Mark Mark wrote:
TheRumpledOne wrote:
No, you don't need any indicator at all. Indicators are just aids.

The question about money management is for you to answer for yourself. Don't be concerned with what other traders are doing with their accounts.

You can use an EXIT PLAY BOOK or some other way of managing your money.

But why another traders who using your method having profits and I having losses?
What I am doing wrong? What knows they what dont know me?
They making money, I having losses.
What kind of mistakes I need to fix?
I'm just tired of losing my money already!!!
And question about buy zone: can I use this method on Stock Market or Spot CFD?
Also I think that buy zone is a good method for trading Penny Stocks shares.
What do you think about it?
I will use Buy zone on forex, but I think that on Stocks it works more better.


Post charts showing your losses. That's the only way to determine what really happened.

Penny stocks don't have the stats. If you want to know what stocks to trade using the BUY ZONE, go to http://www.stockfetcher.com and run my MILK THE COWS filters. There is one called MTC CHECKER that tells you whether not the stock is a "cow" that can be "milked".

I'm sorry, but I can't attach screenshots. But I can say that I was leaking when I was trading a rat. I opened a short position before the price updated the maximum. And went to buy before the price updates the minimum. I didn't know that the price would go further. I thought it would turn around. I thought you could trade anywhere in the rat zone. As for sweet spots I traded on the green line breakout and the price went down and traded on the red line breakout and the price went up. What mistakes did I make? In conclusion, I want to say thank you for helping. Without you, I might have gotten lost in trading.
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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby TheRumpledOne » Wed Nov 25, 2020 3:18 pm

Mark Mark wrote:I'm sorry, but I can't attach screenshots. But I can say that I was leaking when I was trading a rat. I opened a short position before the price updated the maximum. And went to buy before the price updates the minimum. I didn't know that the price would go further. I thought it would turn around. I thought you could trade anywhere in the rat zone. As for sweet spots I traded on the green line breakout and the price went down and traded on the red line breakout and the price went up. What mistakes did I make? In conclusion, I want to say thank you for helping. Without you, I might have gotten lost in trading.


Why can't you attach screenshots?

I thought it would turn around. TRADE WHAT YOU SEE NOT WHAT YOU THINK!

I thought you could trade anywhere in the rat zone. YOU CAN.


As for sweet spots I traded on the green line breakout and the price went down and traded on the red line breakout and the price went up. What mistakes did I make?

That's just trading. Sometimes price breaks out, sometimes it reverses.
IT'S NOT WHAT YOU TRADE, IT'S HOW YOU TRADE IT!



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Re: How to choose TRO method?

Postby Mark Mark » Wed Nov 25, 2020 4:33 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
Mark Mark wrote:I'm sorry, but I can't attach screenshots. But I can say that I was leaking when I was trading a rat. I opened a short position before the price updated the maximum. And went to buy before the price updates the minimum. I didn't know that the price would go further. I thought it would turn around. I thought you could trade anywhere in the rat zone. As for sweet spots I traded on the green line breakout and the price went down and traded on the red line breakout and the price went up. What mistakes did I make? In conclusion, I want to say thank you for helping. Without you, I might have gotten lost in trading.


Why can't you attach screenshots?

I thought it would turn around. TRADE WHAT YOU SEE NOT WHAT YOU THINK!

I thought you could trade anywhere in the rat zone. YOU CAN.


As for sweet spots I traded on the green line breakout and the price went down and traded on the red line breakout and the price went up. What mistakes did I make?

That's just trading. Sometimes price breaks out, sometimes it reverses.

It was a long time ago. And I have removed history.
TRADE WHAT YOU SEE - I NEED TO REMEMBER THAT. THANK YOU :mrgreen:
THANK YOU VERY MUCH I WILL TRY :roll:
About the rat zone: This is a good method but there are times when the price goes against me. It is useless to fight this
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