I see you are from France and i am assuming you are a non native English speaker. I did answer the direct question- gave you what i thought was the key incident.
@aaven -- dude, @moodybot posted our PM (PRIVATE MESSAGE). Doesn't that say anything about the man's integrity? He posted a private message!
Furthermore, did you actually read our PM that he posted? There are zero specifics / details. @moodybot wrote -- and I quote -- "It is incredibly difficult to use ADR for entry, the times will look to match but the swings won’t. The MM will have factored that in to the Algorythm hence times it will sync up and times it won’t."
@aaven -- and that qualifies as specifics / details? Come on -- take off the rose-colored glasses. You've been following them for months. Can you share a screen shot showing a candidate signal? That's all -- a candidate signal. Of course not. You guys are simply waiting for spikes to occur and then saying "wow, look at that". But you are no closer to trading than you were months ago.
Seriously -- everything is good. I do process your posts and they continue to give me confidence -- thank you.
If you haven't read all the prior drama then you wouldn't understand why this keeps flaring up. It doesn't impact me negatively -- rather, it keeps me fired-up and the juices flowing. Each morning I jump out of bed and run to the computer to read what @moodybot or @bluesteele wrote about me the night before. I do that even before making a cup of coffee.
I'll be releasing an updated version of the IRUTM indicator shortly.
And thanks for the compliment of considering me only 30-40 years your senior. Actually, it's more than that.
You showed bad form when you deleted your posts in our conversation and that puts me in a bad light unnecessarily. That smacks of deceit and sabotaging behavior on your part. You make this statement about me and how is one supposed to react knowing fully well that you will delete your post? This has been your ongoing behavior writing something and then deleting your posts-It was not my place to speak then, but since it is impacting me-I have to point it out.
Yes Sherlock-I did acknowledge yesterday to your post and i am acknowledging it again for the 2nd time- I did defend GB at that time and i was in the wrong then.
So, Let me layout some facts about you:
1. Not just George- you were put on Ignore List by Steve multiple times- Every time he took you off ignore list in good faith and asked you to avoid the unwanted behavior- You are on it again-only to go again on the ignore list-This happened more than once.
2. By your own admission, you said "I could have feigned loyalty and stolen George's Secrets"
3. You wear your refusal to talk to George as some kind of Badge and contradicting yourself, you mention how you study moody-bot examples which are nothing but George's Teaching.
How Convenient is that, your own posts that can prove Point 2. and Point 3. were there yesterday and are not currently available.
There is a way to go about asking something, If you wanted to see George Live Calls or seeing George trading live: Did you approach in the right way?
or did you just demand that person do your bidding(Lay out that X number of calls/trade entries or whatever) all the while proudly telling everyone that you are refusing to talk to that very person.
FYI, there are live calls given by George in his thread way ahead. One of the recent ones was on DOW30, it has my markup. feel free to check my post.
After you give this post a "Like" to confirm you've seen it, then I will delete it. I don't want to leave any evidence that you were right and I was wrong.
Please feel free to share in our discussion about trading off of spikes that enter a TMA zone. And you can even overlay the IRUTM indicator on one of your charts to see how it matches with your targets -- but don't tell @George or @moodybot or @bluesteele, because then you will also become a target (pun intended) like me.
@aaven -- you opened a wound and now it's time to let it heal a little bit. Capeesh?
OMG this awesome thread (when the noise is ignored) is now worse than a fkin kindergarden... a shame ppl act like spoiled kids with an ego on steroids.
Hats of to robots4me for having the patience and energy to keep bothering spend his valuable time here...
We all appreciate your time buddy.
Do you hear yourself? Why post them in the first place?
2. "I leave it for more than 10hours then delete them."
Short of having mind reading capabilities-How are people supposed to know that? Is it not your responsibility to mention this point lest the other person is shown in a bad light
3. "You delibrately misread my posts to try twist what I wrote."
I interpret on what has been presented, read point 1. and 2. if you are being misread- then the fault wholly lies with you.
4. "You try very hard to discredit me"
You do a very good job of that by yourself.
Yes -- I wish @skyway would also let it lay. But he's more than earned a little extra breathing room and he wanted to get in the last word. That's what young whipper-snappers will do.
@aaven -- I'll let you in on a not so secret secret -- the truth always wins out. Maybe not right away, but eventually. People who are confident about the truth don't run around insisting that others must agree with them. That's a sign of insecurity. The degree to which you continuously defend @George is a direct reflection of how unsure you really are. Your conscious (i.e. mind) may not wish to admit it -- but in your heart you know its so. When there is tension between what your mind wants to believe and what you know in your heart, then your mind will go looking for affirmation and confirmation. And that's what you are doing now.
I know you are a gentleman with a good heart -- it's just that the belief system held by your mind won't let it go without a fight. That's why it creates a rationalization that you have a "duty" to stick up for @George when, in fact, we all know you don't. That's how the mind protects its belief system -- through rationalizations. Whenever the heart and mind disagree, the mind creates a rationalization to forcefully get its way. The mind may bully the heart from time-to-time, but in the end the heart wins out -- always.
And, though it sounds odd, I should also acknowledge @George and @moodybot and @bluesteele, since through them I discovered the motivation that eventually earned me a red badge -- within 1.5 months.
Anyway Brian Millard has worked on this subject.
This "shape" is universally known as " a Gaussian curve" - Gauss is the mathematician who discovered and popularized it.
Further researches on the subject focalized on the extrêmes -labeled as "tails" which could be more or less "thick"
In plain English the data distribution of the Gaussian curve (also labeled as "Normal" distribution) is uniform, in real life not. The game (for mathematicians) is to measure the difference between the theory and the reality.
Anyway it is a good analytical and simulational tool " as if" to understand data distribution and the concentration of data around the Mean (return to the mean)
Some lazy traders think that the "Herd" gathers around the Mean.
DISTRIBUTION OF PRICES Normal vs Log.docx
Regression to the Mean some comments on its application to stock returns.docx
Normal vs Log.docx
I'm all for data analysis, but I think what makes forex less amenable to this type of analysis are the real-world draw downs that occur when actually trading. If I had infinite assets then, sure, I could probably use these tools to design a system that was profitable. But these tools don't take into account draw downs that can blow an account. They also don't take into account Black Swan events. Suppose aliens were to create a Gaussian curve of the average age of humans from 2015 through 2050 -- except a catastrophic meteor hit the earth in 2025 and eliminated life as we know it. Their Gaussian curve would be skewed to the left and would not accurately reflect the average age of humans prior to the meteor.
it is useful for understanding Price Fluctuations (or transactions) and for trading
For example an analysis showed that 95 % of all dayly transactions fluctuates between -2% and + 2 % in comparison with the previous day close .
Then when daily volatility tends towards 2 % it is good sense for a lazy trader to exercise caution, tighten your stops, sell half of your position (or more) etc
I personally read many threads; and even commercial threads; wherever I find value; I take it.
for example; recently I started following ghostbiker threads. Eventhough many users find those threads useless; but I find a tradeable strategy; that I am trading live as we speak.
I always approach posts with open mind; and I encourage anyone to do the same. If you read my posts carefully (word by word); you will understand my point of view.
some good friends contacted me about my recent writing style; and I apologize if I offended anyone
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