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Postby monolisa » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:21 am

MO,

[50]:20*=11:20

Is it: 50 degree short angle to 20 degree long angle. 11 bars in downtrend and 20 bars in uptrend.

Or am I way off? :)

Lis

MightyOne wrote:That is a very powerful rule of thumb you pointed out there es/pip; it is a mystery as to why more people do not use it...
Probably because I don't like to talk about it ;)

On the bottom left of my chart there is what looks to be a formula, but in reality it is just MO shorthand (the kind that makes TRO's skin crawl).

Later on I will show you an easy way to construct a Diamond of Perception and talk about its 3 types.

Then maybe we can move on to 202 now that there are more people that understand the basics.

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MightyOne wrote:Here is the Diamond of Perception formula used on the EJ minute last night.

While the momentum was bullish on the H1, price did make a larger correction than the previous corrections which returned to reach new highs and I expected a dynamic trend reversal.

It is very dangerous to trade against H1 momentum so I dropped down to the minute charts and used M1 202 on the charts for a 55 pip gain.

The VAST MAJORITY of the time I am trading with H1 momentum as it is suicide not to with few exceptions.

See if you can find any secrets revealed in this chart:

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Keep growing and learning -MO



not sure if this is what you are looking for

as you said -- i see the largest correction that returned to the high-- and then the real move that broke that range of prev correction

since the speed was going up at 25 deg and either decreases by 1/2 or increases by 2---- as the market sold of and increased by 2 u drew a 50 deg channel and got out at the bottom of that channel
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Postby es/pip » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:22 am

MightyOne wrote:
es/pip wrote:
MightyOne wrote:That is a very powerful rule of thumb you pointed out there es/pip; it is a mystery as to why more people do not use it...
Probably because I don't like to talk about it ;)

On the bottom left of my chart there is what looks to be a formula, but in reality it is just MO shorthand (the kind that makes TRO's skin crawl).

Later on I will show you an easy way to construct a Diamond of Perception and talk about its 3 types.

Then maybe we can move on to 202 now that there are more people that understand the basics.

es/pip wrote:
MightyOne wrote:Here is the Diamond of Perception formula used on the EJ minute last night.

While the momentum was bullish on the H1, price did make a larger correction than the previous corrections which returned to reach new highs and I expected a dynamic trend reversal.

It is very dangerous to trade against H1 momentum so I dropped down to the minute charts and used M1 202 on the charts for a 55 pip gain.

The VAST MAJORITY of the time I am trading with H1 momentum as it is suicide not to with few exceptions.

See if you can find any secrets revealed in this chart:

Image

Keep growing and learning -MO



not sure if this is what you are looking for

as you said -- i see the largest correction that returned to the high-- and then the real move that broke that range of prev correction

since the speed was going up at 25 deg and either decreases by 1/2 or increases by 2---- as the market sold of and increased by 2 u drew a 50 deg channel and got out at the bottom of that channel



the fact that what you have showed is " just the basics" is exciting to say the least

i am more than ready to learn what you are willing to show


It is hard when the people around me are yelling:

Don't show them this!
Don't show them that!
You should have them pay you to learn these things!
You're a moron with no business sense!

See the kind of verbal abuse I have to take :lol:

I show you what I know because I believe that you cannot hurt my bottom line.
I give these things to you for free because I do not value your money (unless you are trading against me ;))

Some people just don't understand :roll:



im with ya


i do appreciate what you have shown and continue to show us

thanks again

digging into this new stuff is going to be very interesting i have a feeling
Bend over and assume the position for another 4 years of hope and change.

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Postby Humble » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:25 am

monolisa wrote:Like this, Humble???


Yes Lis thanks. I hope you are trading well with all your work on these indi.

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Postby monolisa » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:29 am

Oops! I read the explanation on the "diamond" chart. Thanks

Lis
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Postby Patch » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:44 am

FX-JEDI

Thanks for your post at 7.54am this morning. On the H1 chart, what was your thoughts so far as using the third lowest low as the 0.00 line of the fibs rather than the lowest low on the chart about 19.00?

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Postby cfabian » Thu Aug 06, 2009 2:59 am

Monolisa,
In order to have several TF's ZL, we need to include 1 indicator per timeframe in the template, or how do we include many TFs in the setup?

Thanks for your work



monolisa wrote:Hi Patch,

I modded blubbb's zline to show mtf zl (also have a mz version). The indis are attached.

Lookback period is 500 bars on each tf as per original blubbb's zline indi.

Lis

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Postby Patch » Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:07 am

monolisa

I am blown away by your trade today, and thanks from myself and many others for posting the indis, the fruit of your labor. Why is it that you went about learning coding? And how did you go about learning how to code same? You are kool, Thank too you, Patch
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Postby monolisa » Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:14 am

cfabian,

You need to load multiple copies of the indi on one chart to show different timeframes of ZL at the same time.

Lis

cfabian wrote:Monolisa,
In order to have several TF's ZL, we need to include 1 indicator per timeframe in the template, or how do we include many TFs in the setup?

Thanks for your work



monolisa wrote:Hi Patch,

I modded blubbb's zline to show mtf zl (also have a mz version). The indis are attached.

Lookback period is 500 bars on each tf as per original blubbb's zline indi.

Lis
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Postby monolisa » Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:21 am

You are welcome, Patch. I hope you find them useful in your trading.

Please remember the indi orginated from blubbb, so you should thank him/her too :P

Learning to code is a hobby of mine (you can see how messy my codes are :)) This is a good place to start http://www.metatrader.info/, but I learn mostly from reading/understanding others' codings.

Lis

Patch wrote:monolisa

I am blown away by your trade today, and thanks from myself and many others for posting the indis, the fruit of your labor. Why is it that you went about learning coding? And how did you go about learning how to code same? You are kool, Thank too you, Patch
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Postby cfabian » Thu Aug 06, 2009 3:24 am

Yes, sorry I repeated the question... I just red Who I Am's question and your answer. My bad.

Just one observation.... I noted it slows (or lags) considerably when loading different timeframes. Not sure if this is happening to you... and I'm using just 1 instance of the indy.

Cheers


monolisa wrote:cfabian,

You need to load multiple copies of the indi on one chart to show different timeframes of ZL at the same time.

Lis

cfabian wrote:Monolisa,
In order to have several TF's ZL, we need to include 1 indicator per timeframe in the template, or how do we include many TFs in the setup?

Thanks for your work



monolisa wrote:Hi Patch,

I modded blubbb's zline to show mtf zl (also have a mz version). The indis are attached.

Lookback period is 500 bars on each tf as per original blubbb's zline indi.

Lis

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