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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby Mark Mark » Wed Dec 22, 2021 7:46 am

BambinoFlex wrote:
Mark Mark wrote:I SPENT ALL SUMMER STUDYING THE INNER CIRCLE TRADER CHANNEL. I liked it and it was interesting. Who can say anything about him?



I've been listening to his Market Maker Series and I think he's a great trader, a lot of what he shows tends to be long winded but the Market Maker Series is very to the point.

His "power of 3" is honestly great if you understand it and have a way to implement it. His optimal trade entry is really entering on #3 on the 1-2-3 pattern, very similar to what MO suggested be done ("if you are going long at the break of #2, then you should already be long"). His "Judas Swing" is also similar to MO's Z-line. I didn't spend much on the session kill zones but I did spend most of my time on the ICT price action video and his weekly bias video. He uses horizontal line trading as well, just more disguised as pullbacks to previous highs/lows and breaks of previous highs/lows.

I haven't studied his sniper method or anything out of the market maker series but based on that one playlist, I can tell he knows what he's talking about.

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLVgH ... QJdm6iP2Yn

It was interesting to read. Thank you.
Power of 3 and Time&Price Theory Most interesting for me from Market Maker Primer. Also key swing points cool teaching too.
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby BambinoFlex » Wed Dec 22, 2021 11:45 am

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It was interesting to read. Thank you.
Power of 3 and Time&Price Theory Most interesting for me from Market Maker Primer. Also key swing points cool teaching too.[/quote]

I need to revisit the key swing points video again.

With ICT, a lot of people that know him from Baby Pips hold a negative view of him. I’ve read parts and it isn’t too hard to see why. Nonetheless, his techniques are valid. So far, it has only added to my trading plan, not really changed it. Giving me better understanding on trading longer timeframes and the pros vs cons.
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby Mark Mark » Sat Jan 01, 2022 10:30 pm

I just sit and investigate the patterns in the behavior of the price. I studied the patterns within this price fluctuation. This was done completely by accident. I am sure if I continue this research, I can find certain useful setups for trading. I have already noticed that for certain periods the price moves with a certain rhythm. I also saw a pattern of turtle soup. I also found the zones to which the price is over-traded or stitched through before turning back. I also have to find out which zones can be used and how I can use them. This is just the beginning of my research. As you understand, I'm looking at candles or bars. Perceiving them in a certain way. PS: PRICE IS FRACTAL
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby Mark Mark » Sat Jan 01, 2022 10:39 pm

I have already written a small cheat sheet
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby cheunt3 » Sun Jan 02, 2022 7:40 am

Another way to see patterns. Price can only close higher or lower. BUT it can also be an illusion.

Magenta is "something".

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I'm guessing, Mightyone's lessons really are paying dividends for me :D
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby BambinoFlex » Sun Jan 02, 2022 2:07 pm

I have also been researching “price action”. I have found that only 3 possibilities exist in price action.

1. Break of previous high or low
2. No break of previous high or low
3. Break of both previous high and low

#1 is the most common one and is the one defined as the “edge”

I didn’t include all of the possibilities of price closing in my research because if you use larger timeframes, let’s say weekly or monthly, you simply have to place targets at the previous high/low (z-line trade), not necessarily expect price to close beyond those points.
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby TheRumpledOne » Sun Jan 02, 2022 7:55 pm

BambinoFlex wrote:I have also been researching “price action”. I have found that only 3 possibilities exist in price action.

1. Break of previous high or low
2. No break of previous high or low
3. Break of both previous high and low


#1 is the most common one and is the one defined as the “edge”

I didn’t include all of the possibilities of price closing in my research because if you use larger timeframes, let’s say weekly or monthly, you simply have to place targets at the previous high/low (z-line trade), not necessarily expect price to close beyond those points.


I have seen that somewhere before... =D>
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby BambinoFlex » Sun Jan 02, 2022 9:01 pm

TheRumpledOne wrote:
BambinoFlex wrote:I have also been researching “price action”. I have found that only 3 possibilities exist in price action.

1. Break of previous high or low
2. No break of previous high or low
3. Break of both previous high and low


#1 is the most common one and is the one defined as the “edge”

I didn’t include all of the possibilities of price closing in my research because if you use larger timeframes, let’s say weekly or monthly, you simply have to place targets at the previous high/low (z-line trade), not necessarily expect price to close beyond those points.


I have seen that somewhere before... =D>


Full circle from the first time I read your thread!
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby dojirock » Mon Jan 03, 2022 12:42 am

New Year, same thing....
Power of 3
Mo breaking Mo

:)
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Sorry couldn't resist.
:)
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Re: Mark Mark Trading Epic

Postby prochargedmopar » Mon Jan 03, 2022 2:40 am

dojirock wrote:New Year, same thing....
Power of 3
Mo breaking Mo

:)
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Sorry couldn't resist.
:)


So in this instance the opposite is true,
Takes no Mo to break no Mo?

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