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Postby MightyOne » Sat Mar 07, 2009 7:31 am

I think I give up trying to codify zero lines...

(Z then = >78 pips)

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Postby razorboy » Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:27 pm

This ATR Pipvalue plug in was what I was referring too. obviously can do it by hand as well

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Postby chip » Sat Mar 07, 2009 2:05 pm

MO, I'd like to ask for 3 bits of confirmation of what I'm understanding so far...

X = body size considered to be non momentum

How do you determine X? Is that average range for all bars for this pair? Average range for all bars during some time period (maybe just when NY is open, or just the first hour, etc)?

+x, +y = candle in the direction of profit.


Do you mean that a movement of +x,+y has now established a Zeroline at price - x - y?

If +x, +y then -x, -z is needed to reverse.


So price has moved +x, +y (which is +3x), and starts retreating.... it is not considered to have reversed until price has moved back down -x,-z (which is -4x).

I have to think more about the rest of it, but wanted to be sure I was getting it so far.

Thanks again.

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Postby TheRumpledOne » Sat Mar 07, 2009 3:50 pm

1. Body closed in the direction of profit.

2. Wick in the direction of loss.

A. Body closed in the direction of profit.

B. Body is moving in the direction of profit.

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Postby MightyOne » Sat Mar 07, 2009 5:03 pm

chip wrote:MO, I'd like to ask for 3 bits of confirmation of what I'm understanding so far...

X = body size considered to be non momentum

How do you determine X? Is that average range for all bars for this pair? Average range for all bars during some time period (maybe just when NY is open, or just the first hour, etc)?

+x, +y = candle in the direction of profit.


Do you mean that a movement of +x,+y has now established a Zeroline at price - x - y?

If +x, +y then -x, -z is needed to reverse.


So price has moved +x, +y (which is +3x), and starts retreating.... it is not considered to have reversed until price has moved back down -x,-z (which is -4x).

I have to think more about the rest of it, but wanted to be sure I was getting it so far.

Thanks again.


X < Y/2 & Z/3

The picture may have confused you; it is about the size of the body closes (momentum + held profit) not about how far price has moved.

Taking the complexity down a notch you could answer the complex question of what is considered to be non momentum by asking:

If Y > 2X then what is non momentum?

Consider the bodies in the direction of profit that establish a zero line and also qualify as being Y.

If you consider Y divided by 2 to be momentum then maybe you have found Z.

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Postby deeforex » Sat Mar 07, 2009 6:35 pm

MO, THANK YOU so much for your latest attempts to codify z-line!

Below is one of your charts with my notations of areas in question.

Are the red boxed areas, that I marked -z, how you saw these bars as one longer timeframe z-bar?

ok, now to the questions that I have marked on the chart

0) Why does this qualify as +z when it's not 3x?
1) Why is this not -x? How does this bar differ from the next one that is a -x?
2) Any comments about these 2 bars?
3) Are these bars just too small for reversal +x because they're not 1/3 of z (z/3)?
4) Am correct to say that these aren't 2x, therefore don't qualify as +y? Between these 2 yellow-circled bars, is that a failed -z because it's not 3x?
5) Question similar to #1.

THANKS AGAIN!!!!
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Postby MightyOne » Sun Mar 08, 2009 1:45 am

deeforex wrote:MO, THANK YOU so much for your latest attempts to codify z-line!

Below is one of your charts with my notations of areas in question.

Are the red boxed areas, that I marked -z, how you saw these bars as one longer timeframe z-bar?

ok, now to the questions that I have marked on the chart

0) Why does this qualify as +z when it's not 3x?
1) Why is this not -x? How does this bar differ from the next one that is a -x?
2) Any comments about these 2 bars?
3) Are these bars just too small for reversal +x because they're not 1/3 of z (z/3)?
4) Am correct to say that these aren't 2x, therefore don't qualify as +y? Between these 2 yellow-circled bars, is that a failed -z because it's not 3x?
5) Question similar to #1.

THANKS AGAIN!!!!
dee


0) The candle marked X was Z momentum followed by X. Since the momentum for reversing from -x.-y is +x, +z that is how it was labeled.
1) together they are X.
2) No, you are only considering breakout momentum.
3) They are all non momentum.
4) Momentum was not Z. Note that in the "failed" red section you could have labeled a -x, -y for a classic zero line. The reverse then would have cont. +x, +z, +x, +y followed by -x, -z, +x.
5. Same as answer 1.

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Postby TheRumpledOne » Sun Mar 08, 2009 3:10 am

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OK, I am still working on coding zero lines.

Here's what I see...

If the candles reverse color, the reversing candle's body is now X. Plot dots at close plus 2X (Y, yellow) and close plus 3X (Z, orange).

Those levels remain until another reversal ( spatial intelligence ).

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Postby prochargedmopar » Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:18 am

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Which one of the indicators are you referring to here?
You call it the "macd trigger"
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Postby TheRumpledOne » Sun Mar 08, 2009 6:28 am

TRO TUNNEL defaults to the Vegas Tunnel.
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