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Postby es/pip » Tue Aug 25, 2009 8:55 pm

well i see i missed some action while spanking the boys on the golf course :D

this is what i would have been looking at if i was here

the ej i would have played it off the news into the zl not sure where or if i would have got filled would have had to be here at the time--- but i would have been looking for that news spike/failure into that area


euro i would be in that trade no doubt


i see from pro's thread-- he had a nice day :D

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Postby brettnchrism » Tue Aug 25, 2009 9:18 pm

Razor set up he posted a few pages ago. Not sure of time frame but it seems to work on the hourly. Using murray math lines for entries and targets. So I entered at the bottom took profit at the top and the entered short on the z line hit after news. It was a good day.
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Postby aliassmith » Tue Aug 25, 2009 9:49 pm

es/pip wrote:
aliassmith wrote:I really love the ZL/MZ methodology. It is fantastic. I see how it can be applied to H1 charts with good success. The problem is my work schedule only allows me to trade about 4 hours a day. I a trying to convert my new found knowledge to a M5 chart.

When I watch a M5 chart it seems to have similar characteristics as the H1 chart. So now I am going to analyze the M5 and so far it looks promising.


just make sure you are aware of where the higher time frame momo is and where you are at in the bigger picture.

it is easy to get caught up in just what the m5 chart is doing and it can whipsaw you back and forth.


also,

its key to note in the chart you posted that the h1 ( during that period) was clearly momo to the downside--- and as a result you were trading in the direction of profit--- and low and behold you made pips :D


Thanks for your help es/pips.

I am really analyzing the M5 charts and they look nice. I look for body in direction of profit and wick in direction of loss along with using MZ to make S/R entries to the next ZL/MZ area. Still a lot of discretion needed.

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Re: Pre London

Postby prochargedmopar » Tue Aug 25, 2009 10:10 pm

brettnchrism wrote:
cfabian wrote:brett,
When you post a link to an image, can you please type [img]preceeding%20the%20link,%20and%20end%20it%20with[/img] (no spaces between the link and these), so we can actually see your image instead to have to click on it.

Thanks


brettnchrism wrote:Another great entry I took but didn't hold as usual. +12 but GU gave up +60 or more.

Sure no problem this site is a little slow so I was trying to save some room not sure everyone want to see my charts anyways....







http://www.paypip.com/forum/uploads/124 ... 4_1137.gif


Hey brett,
For a while I had the KR multi-meter on my charts......
It gives info on all time frames.

There is also a dashboard.
TRO has got you covered!!!!

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Re: Pre London

Postby PTG » Tue Aug 25, 2009 11:28 pm

prochargedmopar wrote:
brettnchrism wrote:
cfabian wrote:brett,
When you post a link to an image, can you please type [img]preceeding%20the%20link,%20and%20end%20it%20with[/img] (no spaces between the link and these), so we can actually see your image instead to have to click on it.

Thanks


brettnchrism wrote:Another great entry I took but didn't hold as usual. +12 but GU gave up +60 or more.

Sure no problem this site is a little slow so I was trying to save some room not sure everyone want to see my charts anyways....







http://www.paypip.com/forum/uploads/124 ... 4_1137.gif


Hey brett,
For a while I had the KR multi-meter on my charts......
It gives info on all time frames.

There is also a dashboard.
TRO has got you covered!!!!

LOL


I searched for it, haven't found it back so far ](*,)

It must be somewhere.. :roll:
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Postby PTG » Wed Aug 26, 2009 12:05 am

Found it.

Search for TRO_MM_KeyRev with the search function, tick the search for posts box and voila.
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Postby BDjas » Wed Aug 26, 2009 1:42 am

Hello,

I just want to introduce myself. A newbie of forex here. I have been reading the NLA thread in babypips, the whole thread, and now in page 442 of this thread. I love the concept of trading simple and aspire to be like Dragon, Es/pip, TRO and MO. Thanks to TRO for opening my eyes and to MO for intorducing the ZL and the MZ. I look forward for all your guidance here.

p.s. I treid to register to paltalk express (since I am a Mac user) and somehow it does not allow any registration from my country.

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Postby pablo101 » Wed Aug 26, 2009 2:17 am

brettnchrism wrote:I like the KR days. There must be a indicator to point these out then you could flip through charts to find one.


There are two TRO KR indicators, one is MM version and the other is MP version. The MP version shows all currencies.

Guys, any consensus of which broker provides reliable MT4 charts? I was with FXCM MT4 until I saw all the spikes and compared with others different feeds. Mmm still don't trust them one bit. Help me out, I think I have 10 MT4 brokers feeds installed but I don't know which LOL

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Postby brettnchrism » Wed Aug 26, 2009 3:25 am

Thanks everyone found the KR indi.

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Postby frang0nve » Wed Aug 26, 2009 5:56 am

MightyOne wrote:Instead of flooding the forum with posts I think I am going to try and put together an e-book :idea:


Please MO, could you send me your e-book?

frangonveATgmail.com

Cheers

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