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Postby aliassmith » Wed Sep 16, 2009 4:02 pm

Wow it is difficult to get on the right page keeps erroring out.

ES/PIP,

I saw what you post and took a look at D1. I was focused on H4 and didn't notice D1 MZ encompased the H4 MZ on the short side of G/U. I have to get more eyes :)

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Postby cfabian » Wed Sep 16, 2009 4:02 pm

Sorry guys... what pair are you talking about? Can you please post a chart to study it on my platform?

es/pip wrote:
aliassmith wrote:
es/pip wrote:most likely done--

may trade the (us) afternoon session

lol i had my finger on the button to exit the ej trade at the h1 zl was thinking about staying in to see if it went higher----pressed it to get out and then boom goes up another 40 pips lol


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Nice trades there es/pip

I made the enemy of mistakes and got married to a direction without looking at all the Time Frames. OUCH!


i see what you see on the h1-- i was watching it but didn't like the pa

then at the next h1 above the first i took a shot at it and got out at b/e was down 14 at 1 point in it--- risky trade---


have to be careful of the shorts due to where we are coming out of on the daily
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Postby Andy123 » Wed Sep 16, 2009 4:18 pm

es/pip wrote:
Andy123 wrote:Nice trading es/pip.

I was also watching the E/U there but I was put off by the hammer on the H1 chart just before entry.

What, if you don't mind me asking, where you're thoughts on it at the time of your trade ?

Thanks


the hammer---

really wasn't that concerned with it bec i was looking at the h1 zl above as resistance---

if it just ripped through it i wouldn't have looked to play short there


Thanks, much appreciated... I'll add that to my knowledge bank ready for next time.

Thanks

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Postby es/pip » Wed Sep 16, 2009 4:22 pm

cfabian wrote:Sorry guys... what pair are you talking about? Can you please post a chart to study it on my platform?

es/pip wrote:
aliassmith wrote:
es/pip wrote:most likely done--

may trade the (us) afternoon session

lol i had my finger on the button to exit the ej trade at the h1 zl was thinking about staying in to see if it went higher----pressed it to get out and then boom goes up another 40 pips lol


Image

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Nice trades there es/pip

I made the enemy of mistakes and got married to a direction without looking at all the Time Frames. OUCH!


i see what you see on the h1-- i was watching it but didn't like the pa

then at the next h1 above the first i took a shot at it and got out at b/e was down 14 at 1 point in it--- risky trade---


have to be careful of the shorts due to where we are coming out of on the daily


just saying that we are coming out of daily support so shorts are skeptical

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Postby es/pip » Wed Sep 16, 2009 4:32 pm

aliassmith wrote:Wow it is difficult to get on the right page keeps erroring out.

ES/PIP,

I saw what you post and took a look at D1. I was focused on H4 and didn't notice D1 MZ encompased the H4 MZ on the short side of G/U. I have to get more eyes :)


yeah u have to be sure to work big picture to small picture

knowing where you are in the scheme of things and then playing the smaller time frames off it

i mean those shorts could have made 100's of pips, but odds are longs are correct due to the daily-----
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Postby aliassmith » Wed Sep 16, 2009 4:57 pm

cfabian wrote:Sorry guys... what pair are you talking about? Can you please post a chart to study it on my platform?

es/pip wrote:
aliassmith wrote:
es/pip wrote:most likely done--

may trade the (us) afternoon session

lol i had my finger on the button to exit the ej trade at the h1 zl was thinking about staying in to see if it went higher----pressed it to get out and then boom goes up another 40 pips lol


Image

Image


Nice trades there es/pip

I made the enemy of mistakes and got married to a direction without looking at all the Time Frames. OUCH!


i see what you see on the h1-- i was watching it but didn't like the pa

then at the next h1 above the first i took a shot at it and got out at b/e was down 14 at 1 point in it--- risky trade---


have to be careful of the shorts due to where we are coming out of on the daily


cfabian,

I also attached a chart. As you can see the H4 MZ is labeled at the top and the D1 MZ is labeled at the bottom. I didn't realize there was a D1 MZ and I also didn't know it was tagged already.

As you can see there was some great possibilities having that information.
The first MZ marked was from a M30 chart and I did play that short. The other two entries long were the money shots and good for some great pips.

To bad I took a high leverage short after my first short :)
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Postby pablo101 » Thu Sep 17, 2009 1:26 am

cfabian wrote:Well, sharping things out....

I'm at home right now, and can't really focus on this as kids are SOOOO demanding.




TRO'lls, MOnsters and pirates gets their attention :)
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Postby es/pip » Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:29 am

scalp fest


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Postby jz166 » Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:45 am

es/pip,

I notice you posted some ES charts before on MT4. I wonder which brokers provide live ES data in MT4?

Thanks!

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Postby es/pip » Thu Sep 17, 2009 3:57 am

jz166 wrote:es/pip,

I notice you posted some ES charts before on MT4. I wonder which brokers provide live ES data in MT4?

Thanks!


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