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Postby zapzinig » Fri Jul 17, 2009 10:46 pm

+221 pips

I am using 30 pip SL and 3% risk. Using these percentages, lot size is calcualted easily at time of entry by using 0.10 lots per $1000

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Postby es/pip » Fri Jul 17, 2009 11:48 pm

zapzinig wrote:+221 pips

I am using 30 pip SL and 3% risk. Using these percentages, lot size is calcualted easily at time of entry by using 0.10 lots per $1000

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yikes :shock:


nice day-------------- nice month for a lot of traders

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Postby monolisa » Sat Jul 18, 2009 4:06 am

All credits to TRO, MO, dragon33, es/pip and many others who have contribute to this thread.

I just have a thought - why not reduce a candlestick to just 3 points - high,low and close. High and low are represented by small dots whilst close a bigger dot. I wonder how the dots look like on the chart (without squiggly of course).

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Postby teoman » Sat Jul 18, 2009 11:57 am

I found that predictor indi some sharing dirs.

Looks interesting, I think it decompiles form ex4


if you like to check, added..
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Postby teoman » Sat Jul 18, 2009 12:08 pm

pierre23 wrote:
teoman wrote:Relative Strength Basket Trading System




http://www.forexfactory.com/showthread.php?t=123284


Hi teoman, I was looking at this exact thread late last week, and was planning to look into/test it throughout this week. Have you any personal comments on it, have you used this before?



actually I read all the pages, but I am not impressed,

when the ea gives sell signal , it is often neary the bottom..

As a blash trader I dont like how this ea trades..

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Postby Patch » Sun Jul 19, 2009 5:52 am

ajaymein

I am reading NLA on Keslik and just read you two post on 1/18/2009.

I am amazed that you read the post in BP and NLA and wonder what your are going and if you are still in the game. I read most of the daily posts to stay current, though my mind is turning to mix em up--who said what mush. You have read em all, do you see value and recommend I read BP also? Thank you v much, Patch, In VA
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Postby Patch » Sun Jul 19, 2009 6:00 am

ajaymein

I am reading NLA on Keslik and just read you two post on 1/18/2009.

I am amazed that you read the post in BP and NLA and wonder what your are going and if you are still in the game. I read most of the daily posts to stay current, though my mind is turning to mix em up--who said what mush. You have read em all, do you see value and recommend I read BP also? Thank you v much, Patch, In VA
ENOUGH being a Yalie for me Back to the Sea. "What i can lose, i can win" "YES YOU CAN" - dragon33 -"Pick one method and one pair and stick with them until you master it. "The choice is yours - success or failure." TRO

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Postby es/pip » Mon Jul 20, 2009 1:46 am

same daily target as the trade on friday

finally zl'ed em :D

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in this one have a very large 4 hr target, but not sure if i will hold it the whole way going to watch the PA and decide later


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Postby cfabian » Mon Jul 20, 2009 1:55 am

es/pip,
On your first image you have a -5 trade. Is it because that small bull candle closed against you (above the ZL you were trying to come out from)? Then you reentered with the bearish momentum?

Is this your regular policy to close negative trades? Just when a candle closes against you in the negative area? Don't care if there's a long wick against you BUT body NOT closing against? What's your average hard stop value if any?

Thanks




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Postby MightyOne » Mon Jul 20, 2009 1:55 am

es/pip wrote:same daily target as the trade on friday

finally zl'ed em :D

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in this one have a very large 4 hr target, but not sure if i will hold it the whole way going to watch the PA and decide later


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Very nice 8)

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