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Postby TheRumpledOne » Sat Jun 27, 2009 4:47 pm

inzider wrote:I found the solution, just add volume indicator over better indic.., whit a bar with less then better volume one...

But i got an other suggestion. Associate Volume bar color whit bar price side from opening. That way we would know if its big volume pushig down, or big volume pushig up. All that whit better volume indic climax bar.

Let's say price turn under opening volume bar would turn gray, then when price turn over opening, volume bar turn green or blue.

Also add a volume meter as MT4 have but whitout put cursor over bar, display im better volume indic... Even also add an option like, last 2 bars volume..

Make any sens, it makes to me, let me know!


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Postby teoman » Sun Jun 28, 2009 7:41 am

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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.
Image

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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