There's a saying, "Dance with the one who brung ya". I abide by that in many different venues. Trading is one. I still use the Paradox system as I learned it. The rules are the same. The indicators are mostly the same. Same parameters (settings). I don't have the DB/SAR and auto fibo.
Having some serious WTF moments with this GBP/CAD. Going completely against what I read on the charts. May be taking a hit on this one. We shall see.
I may need to rethink my trading of GBPxxx. Not having much positive outcome with it. Too much political influence messing with the GBP right now and it is causing aberrations with the system.
Well it came back. I manually closed the trade as I need to cut the power and fix a couple outlets.
No trading tonight. After fixing the outlets I re-arranged the office. My back is sore. Cooking dinner.
cod fillets rubbed with a generous amount of butter
salt and pepper
sprinkled with mozzarella
bake at 350 for 15 minutes
eat and enjoy
Tomorrow will be NY strip and baked potato with the works
Saturday I will make clam chowder.
Any chance of a couple of seats at the table for me n mum.
or three, Dinner,
Thank you for creating the pdfs. I am learning the Paradox, and your pdfs are very helpful. I have shared them with some of my trading buddies. I saw mention of divergence, is that in one of your pdfs? Good luck on becoming a full time trader.
Perhaps it's a good idea to get back to Paradox, Mark.
Because I can't post on the main topic, I want to ask here:
About long term trading:
- in the post #3091, Mr. Dove said: "One thing you always have to be sure of before entering a trade long term; the setup is correct and the 1 and 2 hour are in sync for pulling the trigger." For this condition I understand that I need the 4 horsemen, EMA and ROMAR;
- but in another post he said that he use for long term trading only Fibo and DB/SAR.
If anyone can explain this contradiction, I'm looking forward.
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