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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.
IT'S NOT WHAT YOU TRADE, IT'S HOW YOU TRADE IT!

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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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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby Leoheart » Fri Dec 01, 2017 2:32 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
Leoheart wrote:
TheRumpledOne wrote:
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


Ok cool, got it. Thank you Buddy.

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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby forexmoney » Fri Dec 22, 2017 2:10 pm

Merry Christmas and a happy new year to everyone!
Tro what if we had a rat zone that traded off the weekly high or low?
and not just the daily.
the rat zone for life :-D

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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby Gambit74 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 6:07 pm

MightyOne wrote:If you can see loss then you can see profit.

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So pretty much your taking 1/1 trades within the RatZone? Im new to the RatZone strategy...

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Re: 2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

Postby MightyOne » Mon Jan 08, 2018 3:33 am

Gambit74 wrote:
MightyOne wrote:If you can see loss then you can see profit.

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So pretty much your taking 1/1 trades within the RatZone? Im new to the RatZone strategy...


Eh, not exactly...and my new year's resolution is to post as little as possible.

TRO_RAT_ZONE(HATR)

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 I do not calculate my R/R per trade: if I am risking 2% then exactly -2% is a loss and my win goal is a win.

 Let's say that my total risk (aka a 'risk-box') is $200 and I risk $50 to bring in $50:
 1. I did not lose $200 so there is no 'loss'
 2. $50 is not my win goal so there is no 'win'
 The trade is in limbo until either condition is met; -$200 or +$x

 If it is not a 'win' then what is it? It's the mythical substance known as 'OPM'  :)
 The next trade is going to be 25% larger, $(250/200), while THE risk (your money) stays the same:
 I make no distinction between 'profit' and 'in profit'; it is just 0 & 1, loss & win goal.

 If the risk is the same (1) and the profit potential is 25% larger (1.25) then is it still 1:1 if I risk 10 pips to make 10 pips?
 No, because 10 is not the total risk.
 Because I am 'stacking', risking 10 pips (2 'lines') to make 10 looks like this: +0.25:1, +0.31:1, +0.39:1, +0.48:1, +0.61:1, = 2.04:1
 
 If I give the market $50 then I have 6/8 of my risk-box to work with & I can maintain my psychological strength where as if I had lost $12, $15, and $23 then I might be dismayed at having lost 3 trades in a row.
 
 Whether or not you believe in OPM the math is the same; you are simply thinking about the problem in a way that is most beneficial to you:
 1. Risk is $200 & I have $50 OPM: if I lose my $200 (one has to lose the OPM first) then I have $200 less than what I started with.
 2. Risk is $200 + $50: if I lose $250 then I have $200 less than what I started with.

 When you say "other people's money" you are not saying that the money is not yours, you are saying that the source of the money is outside of yourself.
 EXAMPLE:
 If I have $1000 then how many times can I lose $200 of my money? 5 times, right?
 How many times can I lose $200 of your money? An infinite number of times...I can lose trillions of other peoples money no problemo:
 OPM is infinite, 'my money' is not, hence the distinction.

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