SO WHAT, you look at ALL THE TIME FRAMES AND ALL NEW INFORMATION AT M1.
Did you understood what you saw? By what you post > yes.
Now, how many traders do that, don't understand what they see, getting their butts kicked in the process.
Why does every second poster think I have a reading problem?
Only added the v-line after CJA showed me how to do it.
You don't have access to it at the moment, but yesterday I called for AUDNZD to FALL today while many were bullish. Not only to fall, but I called for H1 to be the chart to look for the action. More luck, for sure. (I can make a copy of the conversation available, if you have your doubts.)
Sad folks like you that have been trading systems that do a poor job of being in the right direction so MUST rely on large gains during trends to cover all of those failed trades show their jealousy at not having the skills/smarts/whatever to trade and win ALL THE TIME.
10 pips a day! Even sad YOU can do it!
And very few traders look at all the timeframes--that is exactly my point. Maybe if they tried it, they would make better decisions.
I actually happen to know for certain that DrDave predicted yesterday (!) what price action we would see on AUDNZD and the GBP-pairs today - and - surprised as I still am - it all came true.
Sorry, guys, that's just the way it is.
All he said has happened exactly as he said it would.
Why do you use "MAYBE"?
Did you missed "By what you post > yes."
Now I make the same assumption you did. You have a reading problem defined by your responses.
The knife cut both way's Doc
I'm gonna use the new one now. thanx
I was wondering when that thread was going to bite Chenzo
Regarding to your other observations, yes you are right. I am trading right into the asian session. I know trading the european session would be best and this example trade was only for asking some specific questions you didn't even answered, so again
If zooming out the chart the TDI clock angle can look steep, if i zoom in the chart TDI clock angle looks flat. What now? Isn't there a TDI indicator version simply only giving crosses for the "right" angle condition, if this is so important like you say.. why do i have to play "guessing games" if its a steep or flat angle.
Regarding trading into "resistance/support". What do you determine as "resistance" on my USD/CAD M15 HA chart? There is nothing than one little swing made upwards when i look to the left, and now? Does this mean i can only make trades where price wasn't in a region of my direction i want to trade into? There is always somewhere on the left side of the chart a support or resistance area, so for how long do i have to look back?...
Last but not least H1 for me was NOT in the wrong direction, at time of my entry on the M15 cross over H1 still was giving a bearish red randle and cleary going downwards, even the H4 and Daily printed a red bearish candle.
Also, you didn't just trade into the Asia session, you put the trade on as the market opened, so the H1 and H4 candle that closed red, closed red on Friday, which is a lot different to when the market is open properly.
You mean to say those were really questions? They read more like a trader that does not know what the fxxk he is doing.
Zoom in TDI is flat, Zoom out TDI is sharp.
- The only time BigE used the Zoom function was to find the Long and Short term trend. Why are you confusing yourself like that?
Even when showed the resistance level by two members you still insist there is none. Why?
Wonder what your response is going to be about Lisat's post.
Sorry Iddd, you have to learn TMS on your own.
Get rid of TMS alert. It is always one bar late.
you are selling into a weekly support @0.9124 and further down is monthly support 0.9100
your TMS chart setup should look like this training chart in Post#2
study this chart carefully and see if you can spot the variations of the TDI cross as Big E had drawn those red vertical lines manually.
The are 3 rather distinct types of price action reversal trades with TDI cross. If you can see these, then you will find these types if reversal candles trades very often during live market and when you use the TDI Red Green version in Post#25, you can pick the best setups.
Since you said: "I've been trading for long time but still not profitable..." then there are these OPTIONS below.
Option #1: Go to this post link, read and follow that post.The TMS history is all here.
You don't have to read 4877 pages (97,551 posts)
Just two pdf files compiled by older members here will be a good start.
Go to this post link, download and read those two pdfs files.
For those with some years of trading experience trading with indicators, this option may be better.
Click and read One, Two and Three
TMS being the 5-Method is a technical trading methodology therefore you need to add your own Money Management and make it your own system. Your trading psychology is another subject matter not talked about much.
Big E was a rule-based discretionary trader.
According to studies by Dr Van K. Tharp, rule-based discretionary traders are the best type of traders.
Thank you so much Emmanuel. The trade were wrong but I see my mistake.
I'll study everything you said. Thanks again.
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