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Postby Don_xyZ » Sun Mar 06, 2022 6:50 am

It’s been a very long time since I last post in here. I can’t believe the account is already 12 years old which is older than my daughter lolz. I really missed the days when dragon33 used to give his gems and MO's riddles too. I have been trading on and off during the past 12 years and maybe that’s why I haven’t progressed as much as I wanted to. I see some old members have become very good at trading (as seen in their posts and threads). Well, I've been learning a lot of things here and there and mostly here and I even took up a beginner coding course because I was frustrated whenever I need something done to help me with trading. With no coding background and an aging brain, learning even beginner-level coding is a bit of a challenge lolz

I am really interested in support and resistance and pattern and thus the name (SUPport and resistance PAttern). I believe the price will move from one zone to another and along the way, it might form a trail in the form of a chart pattern. I believe MO once said that the price is the same in every time frame which led me to believe that trading opportunities are bound to appear no matter what time frame you use. So now, it’s a matter of finding the right balance between the cost of trading and the potential profit. Seconds time frame is too small while a 1 minute time frame is also still very small for me. This led me to use 5 minutes as the base for entry and 1 hour/ 4 hour for analysis and targets. Thus, the name Micro.

This thread will serve as my trading journal and also a place where I can get answers from other more experienced members.

So here’s my first post…

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Trading the pattern is uber easy in a hindsight but when the chart is played out in real-time we’re bound to encounter false breaks and discarded potential patterns as the price move up and down. My first entry was short due to the quick bearish bias I had at that moment which I eventually held and closed for a profit of 19.9 pips. This works out at around 6R + because the stop loss was 3 pips (excluding spread was 0 pips at that time and commission at 0.3 in terms of pips). After that, I had 2 losing buy trades followed by another sell trade which I also held until closed at 16.5 pips / 5R+. And then I had a buy trade because I was expecting a W pattern to form which was then discarded by the chart painter lolz and so I switched to a sell bias after the pattern failed. The failed patterns cost me 2 buy trades. I closed the sell trade with a 10.1 pips profit (3R +). All in all, these come to around 15.5 R totaled, and with 4R lost I gained 11.5 R last Friday.

So what do you think guys? How did you trade EUR/USD on Friday's London session?


PS: I hope the forum will become vibrant once again.
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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby aliassmith » Mon Mar 07, 2022 7:41 am

Don_xyZ wrote:It’s been a very long time since I last post in here. I can’t believe the account is already 12 years old which is older than my daughter lolz. I really missed the days when dragon33 used to give his gems and MO's riddles too. I have been trading on and off during the past 12 years and maybe that’s why I haven’t progressed as much as I wanted to. I see some old members have become very good at trading (as seen in their posts and threads). Well, I've been learning a lot of things here and there and mostly here and I even took up a beginner coding course because I was frustrated whenever I need something done to help me with trading. With no coding background and an aging brain, learning even beginner-level coding is a bit of a challenge lolz

I am really interested in support and resistance and pattern and thus the name (SUPport and resistance PAttern). I believe the price will move from one zone to another and along the way, it might form a trail in the form of a chart pattern. I believe MO once said that the price is the same in every time frame which led me to believe that trading opportunities are bound to appear no matter what time frame you use. So now, it’s a matter of finding the right balance between the cost of trading and the potential profit. Seconds time frame is too small while a 1 minute time frame is also still very small for me. This led me to use 5 minutes as the base for entry and 1 hour/ 4 hour for analysis and targets. Thus, the name Micro.

This thread will serve as my trading journal and also a place where I can get answers from other more experienced members.

So here’s my first post…

EURUSDM5.png

Trading the pattern is uber easy in a hindsight but when the chart is played out in real-time we’re bound to encounter false breaks and discarded potential patterns as the price move up and down. My first entry was short due to the quick bearish bias I had at that moment which I eventually held and closed for a profit of 19.9 pips. This works out at around 6R + because the stop loss was 3 pips (excluding spread was 0 pips at that time and commission at 0.3 in terms of pips). After that, I had 2 losing buy trades followed by another sell trade which I also held until closed at 16.5 pips / 5R+. And then I had a buy trade because I was expecting a W pattern to form which was then discarded by the chart painter lolz and so I switched to a sell bias after the pattern failed. The failed patterns cost me 2 buy trades. I closed the sell trade with a 10.1 pips profit (3R +). All in all, these come to around 15.5 R totaled, and with 4R lost I gained 11.5 R last Friday.

So what do you think guys? How did you trade EUR/USD on Friday's London session?
T

PS: I hope the forum will become vibrant once again.


I doubt kreslik will be vibrant again unless you count Mr. HYDE'S and PRO's 20 posts a day.

Im not sure what you want critiqued. 11.5R is a great day. At .33 risk thats 3.8% in a day. The real question is how is your drawdown and what is your weekly/montly returns.
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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby prochargedmopar » Mon Mar 07, 2022 11:13 pm

Don_xyZ wrote:It’s been a very long time since I last post in here. I can’t believe the account is already 12 years old which is older than my daughter lolz. I really missed the days when dragon33 used to give his gems and MO's riddles too. I have been trading on and off during the past 12 years and maybe that’s why I haven’t progressed as much as I wanted to. I see some old members have become very good at trading (as seen in their posts and threads). Well, I've been learning a lot of things here and there and mostly here and I even took up a beginner coding course because I was frustrated whenever I need something done to help me with trading. With no coding background and an aging brain, learning even beginner-level coding is a bit of a challenge lolz

I am really interested in support and resistance and pattern and thus the name (SUPport and resistance PAttern). I believe the price will move from one zone to another and along the way, it might form a trail in the form of a chart pattern. I believe MO once said that the price is the same in every time frame which led me to believe that trading opportunities are bound to appear no matter what time frame you use. So now, it’s a matter of finding the right balance between the cost of trading and the potential profit. Seconds time frame is too small while a 1 minute time frame is also still very small for me. This led me to use 5 minutes as the base for entry and 1 hour/ 4 hour for analysis and targets. Thus, the name Micro.

This thread will serve as my trading journal and also a place where I can get answers from other more experienced members.

So here’s my first post…

EURUSDM5.png

Trading the pattern is uber easy in a hindsight but when the chart is played out in real-time we’re bound to encounter false breaks and discarded potential patterns as the price move up and down. My first entry was short due to the quick bearish bias I had at that moment which I eventually held and closed for a profit of 19.9 pips. This works out at around 6R + because the stop loss was 3 pips (excluding spread was 0 pips at that time and commission at 0.3 in terms of pips). After that, I had 2 losing buy trades followed by another sell trade which I also held until closed at 16.5 pips / 5R+. And then I had a buy trade because I was expecting a W pattern to form which was then discarded by the chart painter lolz and so I switched to a sell bias after the pattern failed. The failed patterns cost me 2 buy trades. I closed the sell trade with a 10.1 pips profit (3R +). All in all, these come to around 15.5 R totaled, and with 4R lost I gained 11.5 R last Friday.

So what do you think guys? How did you trade EUR/USD on Friday's London session?


PS: I hope the forum will become vibrant once again.


TRO said "Price is the same on all timeframes".
MightyOne later believed it to be true.

Yes, price is FRACTAL.
It can be no other way when chopped into imaginary SET snippet sizes by the human mind.
Otherwise it's just going UP/Down on a totem pole. LOL

Now, if one candle was m1 and the next was m3 and the next was m2 and the next was m5 etc to oblivion I wonder if price would still be "fractal" in nature.??????
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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby prochargedmopar » Mon Mar 07, 2022 11:15 pm

Yeah, NO.
it will only become vibrant for YOU.

Everyone else spends most of their time in Youtube comments sections. LOL

ICT bout to FORCE us to go web forum ONLY in his mentorship.
And give PDF's when he wants to teach a lesson.

That gonna be interesting. heheheehe
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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby Mr. Hyde » Tue Mar 08, 2022 12:15 pm

aliassmith wrote:
Don_xyZ wrote:It’s been a very long time since I last post in here. I can’t believe the account is already 12 years old which is older than my daughter lolz. I really missed the days when dragon33 used to give his gems and MO's riddles too. I have been trading on and off during the past 12 years and maybe that’s why I haven’t progressed as much as I wanted to. I see some old members have become very good at trading (as seen in their posts and threads). Well, I've been learning a lot of things here and there and mostly here and I even took up a beginner coding course because I was frustrated whenever I need something done to help me with trading. With no coding background and an aging brain, learning even beginner-level coding is a bit of a challenge lolz

I am really interested in support and resistance and pattern and thus the name (SUPport and resistance PAttern). I believe the price will move from one zone to another and along the way, it might form a trail in the form of a chart pattern. I believe MO once said that the price is the same in every time frame which led me to believe that trading opportunities are bound to appear no matter what time frame you use. So now, it’s a matter of finding the right balance between the cost of trading and the potential profit. Seconds time frame is too small while a 1 minute time frame is also still very small for me. This led me to use 5 minutes as the base for entry and 1 hour/ 4 hour for analysis and targets. Thus, the name Micro.

This thread will serve as my trading journal and also a place where I can get answers from other more experienced members.

So here’s my first post…

EURUSDM5.png

Trading the pattern is uber easy in a hindsight but when the chart is played out in real-time we’re bound to encounter false breaks and discarded potential patterns as the price move up and down. My first entry was short due to the quick bearish bias I had at that moment which I eventually held and closed for a profit of 19.9 pips. This works out at around 6R + because the stop loss was 3 pips (excluding spread was 0 pips at that time and commission at 0.3 in terms of pips). After that, I had 2 losing buy trades followed by another sell trade which I also held until closed at 16.5 pips / 5R+. And then I had a buy trade because I was expecting a W pattern to form which was then discarded by the chart painter lolz and so I switched to a sell bias after the pattern failed. The failed patterns cost me 2 buy trades. I closed the sell trade with a 10.1 pips profit (3R +). All in all, these come to around 15.5 R totaled, and with 4R lost I gained 11.5 R last Friday.

So what do you think guys? How did you trade EUR/USD on Friday's London session?
T

PS: I hope the forum will become vibrant once again.


I doubt kreslik will be vibrant again unless you count Mr. HYDE'S and PRO's 20 posts a day.

Im not sure what you want critiqued. 11.5R is a great day. At .33 risk thats 3.8% in a day. The real question is how is your drawdown and what is your weekly/montly returns.


Haha. And im sure after a month of posting that much Ill drop off and disappear for a year. Kreslik has become like old yeller and just needs to be taken out back and put down. But until then we shall post.

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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby Mr. Hyde » Tue Mar 08, 2022 12:19 pm

Don_xyZ wrote:It’s been a very long time since I last post in here. I can’t believe the account is already 12 years old which is older than my daughter lolz. I really missed the days when dragon33 used to give his gems and MO's riddles too. I have been trading on and off during the past 12 years and maybe that’s why I haven’t progressed as much as I wanted to. I see some old members have become very good at trading (as seen in their posts and threads). Well, I've been learning a lot of things here and there and mostly here and I even took up a beginner coding course because I was frustrated whenever I need something done to help me with trading. With no coding background and an aging brain, learning even beginner-level coding is a bit of a challenge lolz

I am really interested in support and resistance and pattern and thus the name (SUPport and resistance PAttern). I believe the price will move from one zone to another and along the way, it might form a trail in the form of a chart pattern. I believe MO once said that the price is the same in every time frame which led me to believe that trading opportunities are bound to appear no matter what time frame you use. So now, it’s a matter of finding the right balance between the cost of trading and the potential profit. Seconds time frame is too small while a 1 minute time frame is also still very small for me. This led me to use 5 minutes as the base for entry and 1 hour/ 4 hour for analysis and targets. Thus, the name Micro.

This thread will serve as my trading journal and also a place where I can get answers from other more experienced members.

So here’s my first post…

EURUSDM5.png

Trading the pattern is uber easy in a hindsight but when the chart is played out in real-time we’re bound to encounter false breaks and discarded potential patterns as the price move up and down. My first entry was short due to the quick bearish bias I had at that moment which I eventually held and closed for a profit of 19.9 pips. This works out at around 6R + because the stop loss was 3 pips (excluding spread was 0 pips at that time and commission at 0.3 in terms of pips). After that, I had 2 losing buy trades followed by another sell trade which I also held until closed at 16.5 pips / 5R+. And then I had a buy trade because I was expecting a W pattern to form which was then discarded by the chart painter lolz and so I switched to a sell bias after the pattern failed. The failed patterns cost me 2 buy trades. I closed the sell trade with a 10.1 pips profit (3R +). All in all, these come to around 15.5 R totaled, and with 4R lost I gained 11.5 R last Friday.


So what do you think guys? How did you trade EUR/USD on Friday's London session?


PS: I hope the forum will become vibrant once again.


3 pip stop. Your a braver man then I. I use more pips just as my buffer let only stop :shock: But if it works it works. If your able to clear 10R a week. At a 3% risk per trade, its just shy of 1000% gain in 2 minths. So start with a $1,000 account and in six months you should be a millionaire.

Like the trading style. Keep it up.

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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby Don_xyZ » Sun Mar 13, 2022 12:53 pm

aliassmith wrote:
Don_xyZ wrote:It’s been a very long time since I last post in here. I can’t believe the account is already 12 years old which is older than my daughter lolz. I really missed the days when dragon33 used to give his gems and MO's riddles too. I have been trading on and off during the past 12 years and maybe that’s why I haven’t progressed as much as I wanted to. I see some old members have become very good at trading (as seen in their posts and threads). Well, I've been learning a lot of things here and there and mostly here and I even took up a beginner coding course because I was frustrated whenever I need something done to help me with trading. With no coding background and an aging brain, learning even beginner-level coding is a bit of a challenge lolz

I am really interested in support and resistance and pattern and thus the name (SUPport and resistance PAttern). I believe the price will move from one zone to another and along the way, it might form a trail in the form of a chart pattern. I believe MO once said that the price is the same in every time frame which led me to believe that trading opportunities are bound to appear no matter what time frame you use. So now, it’s a matter of finding the right balance between the cost of trading and the potential profit. Seconds time frame is too small while a 1 minute time frame is also still very small for me. This led me to use 5 minutes as the base for entry and 1 hour/ 4 hour for analysis and targets. Thus, the name Micro.

This thread will serve as my trading journal and also a place where I can get answers from other more experienced members.

So here’s my first post…

EURUSDM5.png

Trading the pattern is uber easy in a hindsight but when the chart is played out in real-time we’re bound to encounter false breaks and discarded potential patterns as the price move up and down. My first entry was short due to the quick bearish bias I had at that moment which I eventually held and closed for a profit of 19.9 pips. This works out at around 6R + because the stop loss was 3 pips (excluding spread was 0 pips at that time and commission at 0.3 in terms of pips). After that, I had 2 losing buy trades followed by another sell trade which I also held until closed at 16.5 pips / 5R+. And then I had a buy trade because I was expecting a W pattern to form which was then discarded by the chart painter lolz and so I switched to a sell bias after the pattern failed. The failed patterns cost me 2 buy trades. I closed the sell trade with a 10.1 pips profit (3R +). All in all, these come to around 15.5 R totaled, and with 4R lost I gained 11.5 R last Friday.

So what do you think guys? How did you trade EUR/USD on Friday's London session?
T

PS: I hope the forum will become vibrant once again.


I doubt kreslik will be vibrant again unless you count Mr. HYDE'S and PRO's 20 posts a day.

Im not sure what you want critiqued. 11.5R is a great day. At .33 risk thats 3.8% in a day. The real question is how is your drawdown and what is your weekly/montly returns.


Honestly, I prefer forums than social media groups/chats.... oh the constant notifications :lol: :lol: :lol:

Big R gains always come with their negative effect and that is the losing streak. I think though, it's still a fair trade-off if you have a lot of losing trade but come off with comfortable gains. I think the choice is either you have a big R and lotsa losses or small R gains and high win rate. The strategy I posted is definitely the former. It is apparent that there is an additional headache for this type of style and that is the extra trading cost. As you go smaller with your SL, the cost gets bigger. 0.3 pips in commission is already 10% cost on top of the SL and then there is the spread. When the market gets to 0.5 pips spread during volatile times the overall cost becomes painful when the SL hit. Not only because the trade is not supposed to die yet but because of the need to adjust the SL according to the running spread.

I'll try to find some ways to fix this or even modify it.
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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby Don_xyZ » Sun Mar 13, 2022 1:00 pm

prochargedmopar wrote:Yeah, NO.
it will only become vibrant for YOU.

Everyone else spends most of their time in Youtube comments sections. LOL

ICT bout to FORCE us to go web forum ONLY in his mentorship.
And give PDF's when he wants to teach a lesson.

That gonna be interesting. heheheehe


Will be interesting if MO or dragon33 actually have a YT channel :lol:
Why the hell would you need more PDFs if you're killing the market already? :lol:
I see you've been partying with M1 time frame. Have to admit, looks fun!
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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby Don_xyZ » Sun Mar 13, 2022 1:10 pm

Mr. Hyde wrote:
Don_xyZ wrote:It’s been a very long time since I last post in here. I can’t believe the account is already 12 years old which is older than my daughter lolz. I really missed the days when dragon33 used to give his gems and MO's riddles too. I have been trading on and off during the past 12 years and maybe that’s why I haven’t progressed as much as I wanted to. I see some old members have become very good at trading (as seen in their posts and threads). Well, I've been learning a lot of things here and there and mostly here and I even took up a beginner coding course because I was frustrated whenever I need something done to help me with trading. With no coding background and an aging brain, learning even beginner-level coding is a bit of a challenge lolz

I am really interested in support and resistance and pattern and thus the name (SUPport and resistance PAttern). I believe the price will move from one zone to another and along the way, it might form a trail in the form of a chart pattern. I believe MO once said that the price is the same in every time frame which led me to believe that trading opportunities are bound to appear no matter what time frame you use. So now, it’s a matter of finding the right balance between the cost of trading and the potential profit. Seconds time frame is too small while a 1 minute time frame is also still very small for me. This led me to use 5 minutes as the base for entry and 1 hour/ 4 hour for analysis and targets. Thus, the name Micro.

This thread will serve as my trading journal and also a place where I can get answers from other more experienced members.

So here’s my first post…

EURUSDM5.png

Trading the pattern is uber easy in a hindsight but when the chart is played out in real-time we’re bound to encounter false breaks and discarded potential patterns as the price move up and down. My first entry was short due to the quick bearish bias I had at that moment which I eventually held and closed for a profit of 19.9 pips. This works out at around 6R + because the stop loss was 3 pips (excluding spread was 0 pips at that time and commission at 0.3 in terms of pips). After that, I had 2 losing buy trades followed by another sell trade which I also held until closed at 16.5 pips / 5R+. And then I had a buy trade because I was expecting a W pattern to form which was then discarded by the chart painter lolz and so I switched to a sell bias after the pattern failed. The failed patterns cost me 2 buy trades. I closed the sell trade with a 10.1 pips profit (3R +). All in all, these come to around 15.5 R totaled, and with 4R lost I gained 11.5 R last Friday.


So what do you think guys? How did you trade EUR/USD on Friday's London session?


PS: I hope the forum will become vibrant once again.


3 pip stop. Your a braver man then I. I use more pips just as my buffer let only stop :shock: But if it works it works. If your able to clear 10R a week. At a 3% risk per trade, its just shy of 1000% gain in 2 minths. So start with a $1,000 account and in six months you should be a millionaire.

Like the trading style. Keep it up.


Tbh, 3 pips stop these days is bad. The bombs, the oil, the drama all of them killing the comfy 3 pips style :lol:
Millionaire is stretching it too much. I just need enough to live a comfy life.
Then again, if I remember correctly, jalarupa used to get crazy profit from his trades, yes? Or was it someone else?
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Re: Micro SUPPA, a trading journey?

Postby Don_xyZ » Mon Mar 14, 2022 12:59 pm

Hi and good day everyone!

I took this trade 2 trading days ago and this was actually a mistake that nobody should do. This single trade yielded 63.7% profit although this is but a grain of sand in the presence of MO, dragon33, and the rest of the gang. I believe someone recorded a massive 400%+ profit back then though the username failed me this time.

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So what happened was... I was still sick but then I saw this massive setup building up from H1, H4 all the way up to the daily time frame. Plus all the drama about the situation in Europe. All led me to believe a further drop is encroaching. The daily range for oil has been up drastically so I figured getting hundreds of pips in one go wouldn't be a problem at all as long as the cake is still hot. What I decided was, I entered short, and because I was so sure that I was going to bank I removed the limiter (i.e. the SL). A tight 20 - 30 pips SL on WTI would do pretty well under normal circumstances but these ain't calm times! I calculated my whole risk and went on with it. Along the way, the position went up against me by around 590 pips at its peak but the H4 time frame's big bearish candle's 50% is too mighty for the bulls to overcome and then the daily tf closes with another weakness following the massive drop day from before. Eventually, there is really no more steam to the bulls train and the price is where it is now. I know I set a Take Profit level down there but hey, things can go wrong and my spidey sense is screaming to get the hell out!

I only wish I stacked my positions as it went down coz this was how someone flipped a mere $200 to $190k last year only he did it in a matter of hours (sheesh) (this lucky world record is a well-documented achievement though and you can find it on youtube :) ). If it is allowed to post this video and there are people who are curious enough to fact-check me just let me know by replying (otherwise how would I know, right?) and I will be glad to put up the vid. It's not like I'm gonna get anything beneficial out of this vid anyway, just want to show the freak side of the trading world (coz it's fun lolz)

Trading without a Stop Loss is a disaster and it goes against all conventional wisdom in trading but the flip side is awesome should you get it right. I was lucky this time and it sure feels great when you are really lucky but... it sucks when it piss on your face.

For this trade, my R is what...? Zero? Error? Let's just say it's "R" rated! LOLZ
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