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Re: Embedded Forex News on Chart

Postby TheRumpledOne » Thu Jul 01, 2010 8:56 pm

ncase wrote:Hello Everyone,

Does anyone know which indicator produces the embedded forex news calendar which appears in the bottom right hand corner of the attached chart?

If it is not a TRO indicator, does anyone know what it is and how to get it?

Thanks,

Neville



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Postby Fxtraveller » Thu Jul 01, 2010 10:46 pm

1st trade of the month, yaaay =]

Was nervous as dont like trading outside London time

All the best to everybody!

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Re: Embedded Forex News on Chart

Postby ncase » Fri Jul 02, 2010 12:18 am

TheRumpledOne wrote:
ncase wrote:Hello Everyone,

Does anyone know which indicator produces the embedded forex news calendar which appears in the bottom right hand corner of the attached chart?

If it is not a TRO indicator, does anyone know what it is and how to get it?

Thanks,

Neville



That's FFcal from Forex Factory. Hanover wrote it.


Thank you Avery.

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Postby Fxtraveller » Fri Jul 02, 2010 8:56 am

Manta wrote:
Fxtraveller wrote:1st trade of the month, yaaay =]

Was nervous as dont like trading outside London time

All the best to everybody!

FxT.


Why do you trade if you are nervous during the process? Isn't it easier to trade for fun instead of fear of loss? If you need adrenaline play this game http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE65H23G20100618


Oh, that was vey funny, well done....

Thanks you for the supportive comment 'if you cant be perfect, just drop out'

Will look up to somebody like yourself with flawless nerves of steel :shock:

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Postby jarnapal » Fri Jul 02, 2010 12:32 pm

Manta wrote:
Fxtraveller wrote:1st trade of the month, yaaay =]

Was nervous as dont like trading outside London time

All the best to everybody!

FxT.


Why do you trade if you are nervous during the process? Isn't it easier to trade for fun instead of fear of loss? If you need adrenaline play this game http://uk.reuters.com/article/idUKTRE65H23G20100618


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Postby Humble » Sat Jul 03, 2010 12:10 am

"Was nervous as dont like trading outside London time "

This does beg the question - why do it. You may have lots of good reasons why and they may be none of our business, but you have still invited the question.

I dought Manta intended his reply the way it has been taken.
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Postby Fxtraveller » Sat Jul 03, 2010 10:02 pm

Humble wrote:"Was nervous as dont like trading outside London time "

This does beg the question - why do it. You may have lots of good reasons why and they may be none of our business, but you have still invited the question.

I dought Manta intended his reply the way it has been taken.



It was not my intention to bring up the question why trade when nervous.

I simply like London time as it is volatile and I dont need to wait for too long to see the outcome of my trade. Im in EU, and if I open up a trade before Tokyo (around midnight local), it might take the whole night, and I dont like this.

So why did I do it? the opportunity was too great, just outside the most volatile hours, but the laws of supply and demand are still there.


forget me mentioning nervosity. I will restrain saying it in the future.

I was kind of hoping more for feedback and discussion about the actual trade and not trading psychology debating.

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Postby Fxtraveller » Sun Jul 04, 2010 4:03 pm

Manta wrote:
Fxtraveller wrote:
Humble wrote:"Was nervous as dont like trading outside London time "

This does beg the question - why do it. You may have lots of good reasons why and they may be none of our business, but you have still invited the question.

I dought Manta intended his reply the way it has been taken.



It was not my intention to bring up the question why trade when nervous.

I simply like London time as it is volatile and I dont need to wait for too long to see the outcome of my trade. Im in EU, and if I open up a trade before Tokyo (around midnight local), it might take the whole night, and I dont like this.

So why did I do it? the opportunity was too great, just outside the most volatile hours, but the laws of supply and demand are still there.


forget me mentioning nervosity. I will restrain saying it in the future.

I was kind of hoping more for feedback and discussion about the actual trade and not trading psychology debating.


Fxtraveller, my reply was maybe bad joke. Sorry for that. I just wanted to say that I have personally best results when I trade without emotions (low leverage and no time or money pressure) and since trading became very boring process. One example...I started to post live trading signals via twitter about one month ago (never did something like that before), it was so big pressure for me personaly, that I roughly made 10% a month. Then I decided rather write some basic indi which shows entries, so everybody can see it and I was again able to play my own game like before and not act like a robot. Guess what happened...I had f.....g good week. So my conclusion is...keep your emotions out of trading. HOWGH+AMEN


So you are successful on a livea a/c ? well done =] Perso, after 1.5 years, I learned to accept losses, not to abuse leverage, I am confident with my entries, I know where my SL is, but my biggest weakness remains the TP. I cut my profits short unfortunately. 3% a month are my results so far.

Regards.

FxT.

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Using simple indicator tells me (d/w)

Postby goji » Tue Jul 06, 2010 9:01 pm

just a simple d-w trade.
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