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Postby rowdy » Sun Jun 28, 2009 3:52 pm

Here are some patterns that I see with all of the new indicators we just received.
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ZL

Postby Azuremaster » Sun Jun 28, 2009 8:07 pm

Hello everyone, here is my first try on zero lines.
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Trade #1: long, closed at a loss
#2: short, closed with profit
#3: short, closed at BE
#4: long, closed at a loss
#5: short, closed at a loss
#6: long, closed at a loss
#7: short, closed at a loss
#8: short, closed with profit
#9: short, closed at a loss
#10: long, closed at BE
#11: short, closed at BE
#12: short, closed at a loss
#13: long, closed at a loss
#14: long, closed with profit
#15: long, closed at a loss
#16: long, closed at BE
#17: long, closed at a loss
#18: short, closed at a loss

I have read the thread 2 times. Body in direction of profit, wick in direction of loss. Body is 2x larger than previous candle. 3 winning trades out of 18. Looks like I don't get this method. Any ideas?

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Postby maciekkov » Sun Jun 28, 2009 8:36 pm

Hello sorry for off topic but why two percent room is doesnt exist?

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Postby ArkRider » Sun Jun 28, 2009 8:39 pm

[quote="rowdy"]Here are some patterns that I see with all of the new indicators we just received.[/quote]

Great hindsight of patterns discovery ! It boosts the draining power to dig up Banks' money well further and deeper.

Hope next TRO_MM dashboard combines all these booster pumps with

1. SV
2. Smiley
3. KR
4. Semafor
+pop up alert

and the choice of picking the combination of either any or all 1,2,3 to 4 !

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Postby inzider » Mon Jun 29, 2009 2:02 am

Better Volume combine whit HawkEyeVolume...
Middle bar are Hawkeye indic.

You get the climax bar and the down/up/flat bar type.. If some like it.
I do.
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Re: ZL

Postby MightyOne » Mon Jun 29, 2009 2:08 am

It is times like this when I really miss ES PIP ;)

Azuremaster wrote:Hello everyone, here is my first try on zero lines.
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Trade #1: long, closed at a loss
#2: short, closed with profit
#3: short, closed at BE
#4: long, closed at a loss
#5: short, closed at a loss
#6: long, closed at a loss
#7: short, closed at a loss
#8: short, closed with profit
#9: short, closed at a loss
#10: long, closed at BE
#11: short, closed at BE
#12: short, closed at a loss
#13: long, closed at a loss
#14: long, closed with profit
#15: long, closed at a loss
#16: long, closed at BE
#17: long, closed at a loss
#18: short, closed at a loss

I have read the thread 2 times. Body in direction of profit, wick in direction of loss. Body is 2x larger than previous candle. 3 winning trades out of 18. Looks like I don't get this method. Any ideas?

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Re: ZL

Postby PTG » Mon Jun 29, 2009 7:23 am

MightyOne wrote:It is times like this when I really miss ES PIP ;)

Azuremaster wrote:Hello everyone, here is my first try on zero lines.
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Trade #1: long, closed at a loss
#2: short, closed with profit
#3: short, closed at BE
#4: long, closed at a loss
#5: short, closed at a loss
#6: long, closed at a loss
#7: short, closed at a loss
#8: short, closed with profit
#9: short, closed at a loss
#10: long, closed at BE
#11: short, closed at BE
#12: short, closed at a loss
#13: long, closed at a loss
#14: long, closed with profit
#15: long, closed at a loss
#16: long, closed at BE
#17: long, closed at a loss
#18: short, closed at a loss

I have read the thread 2 times. Body in direction of profit, wick in direction of loss. Body is 2x larger than previous candle. 3 winning trades out of 18. Looks like I don't get this method. Any ideas?


@Azuremaster:
The name is es/pip
You can use the forum search function to check all his posts re. z-lines.

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Re: ZL

Postby Azuremaster » Mon Jun 29, 2009 9:47 am

MightyOne wrote:It is times like this when I really miss ES PIP ;)


Yep, I miss him too. But maybe you can give me some idea(s)?

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Re: ZL

Postby Azuremaster » Mon Jun 29, 2009 9:52 am

PTG wrote:@Azuremaster:
The name is es/pip
You can use the forum search function to check all his posts re. z-lines.


Thanks PTG, I have read the thread 2 times and have studied all of his charts. Probably I am blind and can not see what you guys see. Please recommend a good doctor then :)

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Postby monolisa » Mon Jun 29, 2009 11:05 am

Azuremaster, might be you can describe how you come up with the zlines on the chart. I am sure MO and others would be happy to help you.

I am in a same boat as you - I have readed NLA twice and am re-reading it again. Here's my interpretation of zline (attached chart). Basically the line help us to idenity the price that most traders got "zeroed out" at their BE level.

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