2009.09.10 DRAIN THE BANKS - LIKE A RAT

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Postby franck » Fri Nov 20, 2009 4:01 am

franck wrote:How r u TRO? Thanks ;)

1) is there a way we can plot DFSR of higher time frame eg H1, on m5/m15 chart?

Yellow Rat 8)


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Postby Gonzo » Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:34 am

TheRumpledOne wrote:
Gonzo wrote:TRO, what do you do about Doji's?
How do they count?Rats don't think about Doji's do they?
What about if its green then doji then red like this?
http://i50.tinypic.com/28mo7jo.jpg


I don't do anything about dojis.

Trade what you see.

Yeah but im speaking specifically in regards to the RAT rules.
When you get a long close and then a Doji and then red close then what?

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Postby AndreasF » Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:54 am

Hi TRO

I had good results with DTB 9 so far.
I'm not a programmer- could you please explain the logic used for Training Wheels?

Thanks!
Andreas

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Postby tunwirwas » Fri Nov 20, 2009 10:44 am

Hi TheRumpledOne !

When a signal comes once you set the Buy Limit/Sell Limit
STOPLOSS: 10 pips order promptly,..

Screenshot please ! :shock:


thanks
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Postby gangsta1 » Fri Nov 20, 2009 12:50 pm

I got stopped out of a fair few trades today (m5, 10pip stop loss). I was trading green rat reversals below the weekly open. These were beyond 100 pips below which suggests they were valid trades. However, I made a few nice green rat trades on the UCHF and UCAD which incidently were above the weekly opens. I therefore conclude that my results today would have been better by trading green rats above the weekly open only. Although trading green rats above the weekly open only is a rule of thumb, this rule would have saved a fair few losses today...Same applies to red rats, I saw a few red rats taking pips below the weekly open today.

The pairs that were above the weekly opens had profitable green rat trades on the m5 and h1.

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Postby TheRumpledOne » Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:34 pm

franck wrote:How r u TRO? Thanks ;)

1) is there a way we can plot DFSR of higher time frame eg H1, on m5/m15 chart?

Yellow Rat 8)


YOU TRADERS JUST AREN'T GETTING IT!

What is H1? It is 60 * M1!!

What is D1? It is 1440 * M!!

The higher the timeframe the most data compression you have.

THE CHARTS REPRESENT THE SAME DATA!!

The solution to you question is to use more periods to calculate DFSR on the lower time frames.

Instead of 5 bars, try 10, 20, etc... until you find something that you can use to trade.
IT'S NOT WHAT YOU TRADE, IT'S HOW YOU TRADE IT!

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Postby TheRumpledOne » Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:36 pm

gangsta1 wrote:I got stopped out of a fair few trades today (m5, 10pip stop loss). I was trading green rat reversals below the weekly open. These were beyond 100 pips below which suggests they were valid trades. However, I made a few nice green rat trades on the UCHF and UCAD which incidently were above the weekly opens. I therefore conclude that my results today would have been better by trading green rats above the weekly open only. Although trading green rats above the weekly open only is a rule of thumb, this rule would have saved a fair few losses today...Same applies to red rats, I saw a few red rats taking pips below the weekly open today.

The pairs that were above the weekly opens had profitable green rat trades on the m5 and h1.


How far were they below the DAILY OPEN?

You have to let the RED RATS get their cheese.
IT'S NOT WHAT YOU TRADE, IT'S HOW YOU TRADE IT!



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Postby TheRumpledOne » Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:53 pm

AndreasF wrote:Hi TRO

I had good results with DTB 9 so far.
I'm not a programmer- could you please explain the logic used for Training Wheels?

Thanks!
Andreas


Price has to be within 20 pips of the high/low. Warn if not.

Warn if price above/below daily open.

Warn if price above/below weekly open.

Warn if candle color red/green for green/red rats.

Warn if price exceeds ATR +/- daily open.
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Postby roger_over » Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:59 pm

I put in 3 trades on the #3 semafor following the green rat notes within the 20 pip from low rule on the GU and had 3 winners 18 pips total (even though all opinions said it was going the opposite), I am trying to stick with what TRO says, price action period. yes sometimes we will get stopped out , after seeing all the mixed results from everyone and there strategies and more I attempt to analyse the TF's the more confusing it gets so I am going to just stick with the simplicity of it . I am only a green rat , I am sticking with 1 pair GU, trading mostly the mid asian and early ny sessions so far this has worked the best for me.
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Postby gangsta1 » Fri Nov 20, 2009 4:19 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
gangsta1 wrote:I got stopped out of a fair few trades today (m5, 10pip stop loss). I was trading green rat reversals below the weekly open. These were beyond 100 pips below which suggests they were valid trades. However, I made a few nice green rat trades on the UCHF and UCAD which incidently were above the weekly opens. I therefore conclude that my results today would have been better by trading green rats above the weekly open only. Although trading green rats above the weekly open only is a rule of thumb, this rule would have saved a fair few losses today...Same applies to red rats, I saw a few red rats taking pips below the weekly open today.

The pairs that were above the weekly opens had profitable green rat trades on the m5 and h1.


How far were they below the DAILY OPEN?

You have to let the RED RATS get their cheese.


These trades were around 50 pips below the daily open. Perhaps the rule of thumb for taking green rats above the weekly/daily open is more important than I first percieved. Looking back in hindsight, the pairs that I took green rat reversals on were not only below the weekly/daily opens they had also had red rat triggers underway on the h1 and even d1 which should have stopped me going green.

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