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trueblueTEX
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so you wait until the wick has formed? then enter at the candle's low?

[s]It looks like you weren't using the solar wind in your "first win" post. There's a red dot under the sema candle where the arrow is.[/s]

Edit: stupid post!!
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dojirock wrote:The sema's always above "the" line or below "the" line. The question is, "What comes first, the sema or the line?" In my book it's the line, then the sema, then the retrace, then the trade.

Use 3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)

Hey Doji!!

My main question is what is the "3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)" refer to? Color me baffled.

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trueblueTEX wrote:
dojirock wrote:The sema's always above "the" line or below "the" line. The question is, "What comes first, the sema or the line?" In my book it's the line, then the sema, then the retrace, then the trade.

Use 3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)

Hey Doji!!

My main question is what is the "3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)" refer to? Color me baffled.

They are settings for the Semafor indi.
- Set the 3 sema to a period of 34
- Set the 2 sema to a period of 13

--or his favorite--

- Set the 2 sema to a period of 21, which is about halfway between 2(13) & 3(34), i.e. 2.5 .

**Krane catches Tyger** !>I'm here to chew bubble gum and make major pips...and I'm all out of bubble gum.<!

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TygerKrane wrote:
trueblueTEX wrote:
dojirock wrote:The sema's always above "the" line or below "the" line. The question is, "What comes first, the sema or the line?" In my book it's the line, then the sema, then the retrace, then the trade.

Use 3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)

Hey Doji!!

My main question is what is the "3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)" refer to? Color me baffled.

They are settings for the Semafor indi.
- Set the 3 sema to a period of 34
- Set the 2 sema to a period of 13

--or his favorite--

- Set the 2 sema to a period of 21, which is about halfway between 2(13) & 3(34), i.e. 2.5 .

Is this TRO's 3level zz semafor?
I see inputs for Period 1, Period 2, and Period 3 . Are those the 3sema, 2sema?

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You are correct TygerK...

1, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89 etc.

TygerKrane wrote:
trueblueTEX wrote:
dojirock wrote:The sema's always above "the" line or below "the" line. The question is, "What comes first, the sema or the line?" In my book it's the line, then the sema, then the retrace, then the trade.

Use 3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)

Hey Doji!!

My main question is what is the "3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)" refer to? Color me baffled.

They are settings for the Semafor indi.
- Set the 3 sema to a period of 34
- Set the 2 sema to a period of 13

--or his favorite--

- Set the 2 sema to a period of 21, which is about halfway between 2(13) & 3(34), i.e. 2.5 .
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trueblueTEX wrote:
TygerKrane wrote:
trueblueTEX wrote:
dojirock wrote:The sema's always above "the" line or below "the" line. The question is, "What comes first, the sema or the line?" In my book it's the line, then the sema, then the retrace, then the trade.

Use 3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)

Hey Doji!!

My main question is what is the "3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)" refer to? Color me baffled.

They are settings for the Semafor indi.
- Set the 3 sema to a period of 34
- Set the 2 sema to a period of 13

--or his favorite--

- Set the 2 sema to a period of 21, which is about halfway between 2(13) & 3(34), i.e. 2.5 .

Is this TRO's 3level zz semafor?
I see inputs for Period 1, Period 2, and Period 3 . Are those the 3sema, 2sema?

Answer my question with "looks like it is!"

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Yes it is his a revision made by him and those are the default settings.

Again, don't misuse the indicator. Look at it as "heads up, possible reversal indicator"

trueblueTEX wrote:
TygerKrane wrote:
trueblueTEX wrote:
dojirock wrote:The sema's always above "the" line or below "the" line. The question is, "What comes first, the sema or the line?" In my book it's the line, then the sema, then the retrace, then the trade.

Use 3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)

Hey Doji!!

My main question is what is the "3's (34), 2's(13), or my favorite 2.5(21)" refer to? Color me baffled.

They are settings for the Semafor indi.
- Set the 3 sema to a period of 34
- Set the 2 sema to a period of 13

--or his favorite--

- Set the 2 sema to a period of 21, which is about halfway between 2(13) & 3(34), i.e. 2.5 .

Is this TRO's 3level zz semafor?
I see inputs for Period 1, Period 2, and Period 3 . Are those the 3sema, 2sema?
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"Sometimes we need to stop learning and start thinking...."
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True,

Its basically a 1-2-3 method of entry with a bias... Keep it simple!
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dojirock wrote:True,

Its basically a 1-2-3 method of entry with a bias... Keep it simple!

Gotcha.

I started your thread from the beginning last night and took quite a few tangents off of it where Tyger posted links.

"You have entered a maze with twisty passages...."

Then (I think it was Aliassmith) someone wrote (I paraphrase) "It's ALL in the NLA thread in around page XX and is only about 20 pages. The whole thing is found in those 20 pages. After that the next 2000 pages is just stuff."

/end paraphrase

Am I correct in believing that this is "basically" the kind of method that you've done for quite some time?

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trueblueTEX wrote:so you wait until the wick has formed? then enter at the candle's low?

[s]It looks like you weren't using the solar wind in your "first win" post. There's a red dot under the sema candle where the arrow is.[/s]

Edit: stupid post!!

You enter short when you have a solar wind red dot or long when u have a green dot under the candle that has a #3 or #2 tagged to it. When a candle closes and it is tagged with a #3 or #2 you enter at the close of that candle/open of next candle. get 30 pips or lose 15. At least that is how I understand it. I still don't like how the semas can move, probably why I prefer my horizontal lines based on s/d.