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Postby aliassmith » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:49 pm

MightyOne wrote:
pablo101 wrote:
MightyOne wrote:
pablo101 wrote:I think I'm getting it, HTF really is king :)

MightyOne wrote: You can never pick your own time frame :arrow: THE CHART WILL GIVE YOU THE TIME FRAME


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Sorry for all the head scathing with me but I'm having a wonderful journey learning this stuff :D


The size of the corrections, if they really are corrections, says a lot about the actual time frame that you are trading.

Likewise the power of the thrust in the trend, the distance it has traveled over time, also says a lot about time frame.

Most of my "AHA!" moments came when I was under the influence of alcohol :lol:

Maybe that is because the less you try to think the more you can understand...


MO, any chance for you to show some examples, maybe of a suitable correction and how the TF is related to it please?


Braathen wrote:Yeah that would be nice :) and maybe a little pic with some momo comparing :):)


Would you like cherries or strawberries with that? :wink:


Mmmm cherries, that would be great :!:

Seriously, MIghtyOne you always have some great things that make me
think.

I was following along with another trader for a different method recently. I
actually discovered what a margin call would do :( Not a big deal since it
was on a small practice account.

The thing is, I have had (all) winning weeks using zline logic every week
since I have become competent with it. So far basically 3% to 10%
returns per week at about 1% risk at 10 pips.

The thing is those returns may not sound impressive, but many people
don't even think it is possible to make 30% a month.

I for one am glad that you (MighyOne) have come out and shared your
insight. Zeroline logic/Rat(before there was even a name for it)/Fibs are
the key components in my trading.
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Postby gootson » Thu Jan 28, 2010 1:55 pm

Yep, this is much better view, but i geuess i need some more time to study this picture... 1st thing I see here is that the price is slowing down by half when doing retracement and speeding up when momentum/brakeout candle... but i dont know what are those black lines (dot and solid) stands for... Thank You for this picture, Im sure I will study it for a while, till "I get" whole picture.
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Postby MightyOne » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:01 pm

gootson wrote:Yep, this is much better view, but i geuess i need some more time to study this picture... 1st thing I see here is that the price is slowing down by half when doing retracement and speeding up when momentum/brakeout candle... but i dont know what are those black lines (dot and solid) stands for... Thank You for this picture, Im sure I will study it for a while, till "I get" whole picture.
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Postby vane » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:10 pm

This is my wallpaper every time i turn on my computer i can remember the basics.

Thanks for all this MO :wink:

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Postby MightyOne » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:12 pm

vane wrote:This is my wallpaper every time i turn on my computer i can remember the basics.

Thanks for all this MO :wink:

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The probability that you are indeed a female trader has just skyrocketed :wink:

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Postby vane » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:20 pm

MightyOne wrote:
vane wrote:This is my wallpaper every time i turn on my computer i can remember the basics.

Thanks for all this MO :wink:

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The probability that you are indeed a female trader has just skyrocketed :wink:


:smt058 MO thanks for your support right now i need it more than ever, my account low and low, slowly :(

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Postby MightyOne » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:20 pm

aliassmith wrote:
MightyOne wrote:
pablo101 wrote:
MightyOne wrote:
pablo101 wrote:I think I'm getting it, HTF really is king :)

MightyOne wrote: You can never pick your own time frame :arrow: THE CHART WILL GIVE YOU THE TIME FRAME


Image

Sorry for all the head scathing with me but I'm having a wonderful journey learning this stuff :D


The size of the corrections, if they really are corrections, says a lot about the actual time frame that you are trading.

Likewise the power of the thrust in the trend, the distance it has traveled over time, also says a lot about time frame.

Most of my "AHA!" moments came when I was under the influence of alcohol :lol:

Maybe that is because the less you try to think the more you can understand...


MO, any chance for you to show some examples, maybe of a suitable correction and how the TF is related to it please?


Braathen wrote:Yeah that would be nice :) and maybe a little pic with some momo comparing :):)


Would you like cherries or strawberries with that? :wink:


Mmmm cherries, that would be great :!:

Seriously, MIghtyOne you always have some great things that make me
think.

I was following along with another trader for a different method recently. I
actually discovered what a margin call would do :( Not a big deal since it
was on a small practice account.

The thing is, I have had (all) winning weeks using zline logic every week
since I have become competent with it. So far basically 3% to 10%
returns per week at about 1% risk at 10 pips.

The thing is those returns may not sound impressive, but many people
don't even think it is possible to make 30% a month.

I for one am glad that you (MighyOne) have come out and shared your
insight. Zeroline logic/Rat(before there was even a name for it)/Fibs are
the key components in my trading.


When you use logic you have an edge over the other 98%

When you defy common logic you have an edge over 99.99% simply because it is in your heart to question.

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Postby es/pip » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:31 pm

MightyOne wrote:
vane wrote:This is my wallpaper every time i turn on my computer i can remember the basics.

Thanks for all this MO :wink:

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The probability that you are indeed a female trader has just skyrocketed :wink:


:D
Bend over and assume the position for another 4 years of hope and change.

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Postby MightyOne » Thu Jan 28, 2010 2:41 pm

vane wrote:
MightyOne wrote:
vane wrote:This is my wallpaper every time i turn on my computer i can remember the basics.

Thanks for all this MO :wink:

Image


The probability that you are indeed a female trader has just skyrocketed :wink:


:smt058 MO thanks for your support right now i need it more than ever, my account low and low, slowly :(


Vane it doesn't matter if you only have $20...

Interest rate: 21.2% compounded monthly

Current principal: $20

Year1: $200.94

Year2: $2,018.82

Year3: $20,282.85

Year4: $203,779.46

Year5: $2,047,348.83

Average yearly gain: $409,469.77

Wealth will come if you are willing to wait for it.

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Postby vane » Thu Jan 28, 2010 3:16 pm

MightyOne wrote:
vane wrote:
MightyOne wrote:
vane wrote:This is my wallpaper every time i turn on my computer i can remember the basics.

Thanks for all this MO :wink:

Image


The probability that you are indeed a female trader has just skyrocketed :wink:


:smt058 MO thanks for your support right now i need it more than ever, my account low and low, slowly :(


Vane it doesn't matter if you only have $20...

Interest rate: 21.2% compounded monthly

Current principal: $20

Year1: $200.94

Year2: $2,018.82

Year3: $20,282.85

Year4: $203,779.46

Year5: $2,047,348.83

Average yearly gain: $409,469.77

Wealth will come if you are willing to wait for it.


I know MO, I wish could do 20% monthly but this month i made -11% :cry:

The truth is that this month i only been practicing what you boys have taught me.

i previously only trading with spaghetti (a lot of indis on the screen) and it is very hard because you do not mind the PA and that is the Achilles heel of the spaghetti

mmmm spaghetti .... nuaaaaa in the past gave me many stomachaches
and headaches
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