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Postby aliassmith » Sun Jul 18, 2010 3:58 pm

jarnapal wrote:
aliassmith wrote:Opportunities are there to make pips


I like the breakouts. How to you determine the trend ? By looking zerolines on higher timeframe ?


It is how price reacts at certain order stack areas on different timeframes.
Zlines are apart of that analysis. Range and corrections determine trend
on your particular frame of reference.
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Postby Brookmyre » Sun Jul 18, 2010 10:48 pm

Alias, in your analysis are you looking for a wick away from where you believe an order stack is?
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Postby newschool » Sun Jul 18, 2010 11:05 pm

jarnapal wrote:
aliassmith wrote:Opportunities are there to make pips


I like the breakouts. How to you determine the trend ? By looking zerolines on higher timeframe ?


For me MAs are hard to beat.

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Postby PTG » Sun Jul 18, 2010 11:25 pm

newschool wrote:
jarnapal wrote:
aliassmith wrote:Opportunities are there to make pips


I like the breakouts. How to you determine the trend ? By looking zerolines on higher timeframe ?


For me MAs are hard to beat.


MAs are good.

Another method for the naked :lol: :
- higher pivot lows --> lows are in control --> trend is UP
- lower pivot highs --> highs are in control --> trend is DOWN

Assume trend is what it is until proven wrong.

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Postby es/pip » Sun Jul 18, 2010 11:46 pm

newschool wrote:
jarnapal wrote:
aliassmith wrote:Opportunities are there to make pips


I like the breakouts. How to you determine the trend ? By looking zerolines on higher timeframe ?


For me MAs are hard to beat.


s/r and momo still have my vote :wink:
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Postby aliassmith » Mon Jul 19, 2010 2:58 am

Brookmyre wrote:Alias, in your analysis are you looking for a wick away from where you believe an order stack is?


It definitely helps with wick in the direction of loss concept. I also will wait
for a micro breakout to occur to add further momentum. Sometimes
on a nice looking zkline setup I'll get in right at the body of the small
candle and see how it reacts. Sometimes rat trade breakouts fit the
situation.
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Postby bredin » Mon Jul 19, 2010 3:45 am

es/pip wrote:
newschool wrote:
jarnapal wrote:
aliassmith wrote:Opportunities are there to make pips


I like the breakouts. How to you determine the trend ? By looking zerolines on higher timeframe ?


For me MAs are hard to beat.


s/r and momo still have my vote :wink:


yeah, MOMO leaving Supply/Demand is my subtle clue :)

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Postby newschool » Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:13 am

es/pip wrote:
newschool wrote:
jarnapal wrote:
aliassmith wrote:Opportunities are there to make pips


I like the breakouts. How to you determine the trend ? By looking zerolines on higher timeframe ?


For me MAs are hard to beat.


s/r and momo still have my vote :wink:



for me a momo is about priceaction or momentum more about than trending

same for s&r = its about the breakout or bounce, but that doesnt help when we are in the middle of a trend

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Postby bredin » Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:48 am

newschool wrote:
es/pip wrote:
newschool wrote:
jarnapal wrote:
aliassmith wrote:Opportunities are there to make pips


I like the breakouts. How to you determine the trend ? By looking zerolines on higher timeframe ?


For me MAs are hard to beat.


s/r and momo still have my vote :wink:



for me a momo is about priceaction or momentum more about than trending

same for s&r = its about the breakout or bounce, but that doesnt help when we are in the middle of a trend


trend is the price travelling from supply to demand (and vise versa), MOMO at the start of that movement often shows strength and a confirmation of the 'trend'. If I dont see MOMO Im thinking of 'trend' continuing (and expecting blowthrough) rather than reversing.

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Postby aliassmith » Mon Jul 19, 2010 2:22 pm

I'll take that nice little move and go do something else for the day. :D
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