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Postby flinux » Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:45 am

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Postby MightyOne » Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:23 pm

spa wrote:
MightyOne wrote:
How is every body doing?

Can't say the same here...

live long and prosper V.

we're trying to move forward ...
looked at this real time and after the fact and still things ain't as clear as they should... how would you have played it? price formed 2 fat cats on 45 min CC and on 90 min CC after touching the crash zone target 1


Question:

1. What is the greatest period of time that this extreme represents.

Go look at that TF and get a feel for where you are.

If it was a yearly high then look at the yearly, monthly, weekly, & daily.

What does your smaller TF look like (4, 6, or 8H)?

Now back to your trade TF...

2. What line did price close over or what line should price close over or what line should your average order be under...yeah, that line.

3. What line did price not close under? :shock:

Now that you know where you are and where you are going, you can safely move to where you are trying to get.

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Postby spa » Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:47 pm

MightyOne wrote: Question:

1. What is the greatest period of time that this extreme represents.

Go look at that TF and get a feel for where you are.

If it was a yearly high then look at the yearly, monthly, weekly, & daily.

What does your smaller TF look like (4, 6, or 8H)?

Now back to your trade TF...

2. What line did price close over or what line should price close over or what line should your average order be under...yeah, that line.

3. What line did price not close under? :shock:

Now that you know where you are and where you are going, you can safely move to where you are trying to get.


1. What is the greatest period of time that this extreme represents. ..
this week extreme low ...

3. What line did price not close under?
the fat cat ......

so if I know we're trading at the weeks low and since there can be only one low -> expecting a move up, while price respects the fat cat line in the sand, go ahead and average above it?

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Postby MightyOne » Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:54 pm

spa wrote:
MightyOne wrote: Question:

1. What is the greatest period of time that this extreme represents.

Go look at that TF and get a feel for where you are.

If it was a yearly high then look at the yearly, monthly, weekly, & daily.

What does your smaller TF look like (4, 6, or 8H)?

Now back to your trade TF...

2. What line did price close over or what line should price close over or what line should your average order be under...yeah, that line.

3. What line did price not close under? :shock:

Now that you know where you are and where you are going, you can safely move to where you are trying to get.


1. What is the greatest period of time that this extreme represents. ..
this week extreme low ...

3. What line did price not close under?
the fat cat ......

so if I know we're trading at the weeks low and since there can be only one low -> expecting a move up, while price respects the fat cat line in the sand, go ahead and average above it?


Your average order will always be below S&R if trading long.

Should you find higher S&R, say price closes over a line, then you may move your average price higher.

Once you know:

1. this is the long term extreme

2. the long term picture looks like this

3. price did this

4. price didn't do this

then there is nothing else that you NEED to know; want to know, maybe.

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Postby spa » Wed Jun 09, 2010 1:15 pm

all of this makes a lot of sense..hopefully not long before it all sinks in and starts to show some results.

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Postby franck » Wed Jun 09, 2010 2:43 pm

MightyOne wrote:

How is every body doing?

Can't say the same here...

live long and prosper V.


Thank you so much MO!. Trading has been at its best level for me.

Not only the account is growing at a speed with the lowest drawdown ever, the win consistency has been awesome. since the blind mouse addition, the continuous win has been awesome, without any fear. how do you come out with all these? ingeniously powerfully simple.

For the rest, i urge everyone to study this thread carefully for here lie a (probably "THE") true wisdom of trading.

Adios.
* anyOne can be prOfitable tradING ANY line. see it?

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Postby MightyOne » Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:21 pm

franck wrote:
MightyOne wrote:

How is every body doing?

Can't say the same here...

live long and prosper V.


Thank you so much MO!. Trading has been at its best level for me.

Not only the account is growing at a speed with the lowest drawdown ever, the win consistency has been awesome. since the blind mouse addition, the continuous win has been awesome, without any fear. how do you come out with all these? ingeniously powerfully simple.

For the rest, i urge everyone to study this thread carefully for here lie a (probably "THE") true wisdom of trading.

Adios.



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Postby gfg1 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:29 pm

MO you mentioned about a week or so ago that you were having surgeries, and then today that you might not be all that well. Hope that you fair well and will be feeling better. Not that luck has anything to do with it, so all the best to you.

MightyOne wrote:
franck wrote:
MightyOne wrote:

How is every body doing?

Can't say the same here...

live long and prosper V.


Thank you so much MO!. Trading has been at its best level for me.

Not only the account is growing at a speed with the lowest drawdown ever, the win consistency has been awesome. since the blind mouse addition, the continuous win has been awesome, without any fear. how do you come out with all these? ingeniously powerfully simple.

For the rest, i urge everyone to study this thread carefully for here lie a (probably "THE") true wisdom of trading.

Adios.



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I can see the path to success be it my path or your path.
Price closed over a line that you believed to be support and that is the first indication that something is WRONG-MO

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Postby MightyOne » Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:30 pm

gfg1 wrote:MO you mentioned about a week or so ago that you were having surgeries, and then today that you might not be all that well. Hope that you fair well and will be feeling better. Not that luck has anything to do with it, so all the best to you.

MightyOne wrote:
franck wrote:
MightyOne wrote:

How is every body doing?

Can't say the same here...

live long and prosper V.


Thank you so much MO!. Trading has been at its best level for me.

Not only the account is growing at a speed with the lowest drawdown ever, the win consistency has been awesome. since the blind mouse addition, the continuous win has been awesome, without any fear. how do you come out with all these? ingeniously powerfully simple.

For the rest, i urge everyone to study this thread carefully for here lie a (probably "THE") true wisdom of trading.

Adios.



I know their strengths, weaknesses, and what strategy to build to meet them where they are.

I can see the path to success be it my path or your path.


Worry not :wink:

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Postby newark18 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 4:17 pm

I was having a conversation with a buddy who worked in finance. And he assured me that pros/MMs do not move the market as I thought (i.e., to zero out held profit). I can't believe that he is right. The market seems to move in such an orderly way (from ZL to ZL).
Failure is an opportunity to learn.

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