- UnnamedPlayr replied Dec 21, 2015
Alright. 2015 this was it. ;-)) Everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
- UnnamedPlayr replied Dec 17, 2015
It is just a visual effect to focus on the price action. Combined with the daily chart to know and follow the trend (market conditions). I was trading the 15min actions but being aware that any important news could affect the movements instantly.
- UnnamedPlayr replied Dec 16, 2015
Banks are pretty much balanced again. ;-)) So anything could happen today.
- UnnamedPlayr replied Dec 9, 2015
I didn't say you can't make money with trading candlesticks. I'm sure there are traders who do it to a certain extent, maybe additional with "reading" the market (price action). In the past I did that, too. I looked for the most volatile instruments ...
- UnnamedPlayr replied Dec 7, 2015
That was quick. Banks and CBs corrected their global price-value difference just within 2 days. ;-))
- UnnamedPlayr replied Dec 4, 2015
Before the shoot-up, all i saw was that banks managed to liquidate (or balance out) Euro longs against their books (red vs blue lines). Externally they already were balanced with CBs what i could see. This happens very often before major/important ...
- UnnamedPlayr replied Dec 2, 2015
Today was good for going with EURUSD shorts. :-))
- UnnamedPlayr replied Oct 30, 2015
It's pretty much the same as that, but on much smaller timeframes like 1min or 5min charts.
- UnnamedPlayr replied Oct 6, 2015
If you wanna avoid chop, just look at the markets like this and trade uncorrelated currencies against each other.
- UnnamedPlayr replied Sep 18, 2015
By their actions. Banks & Central Banks
- UnnamedPlayr replied Aug 3, 2015
Alright. One PM let's see how it goes. :-) Most of the time the DOM doesn't give much information about that. As long as you don't know about the imbalance and they are stacking up the bids or offers and the orderflow is contrary to the price ...
- UnnamedPlayr replied Aug 1, 2015
Not at all. Price does not always come back if they correct the value besides the currency market. IMO this picture represents the most accurate calculation of the interaction between banks and central banks. Price/value is measured in % and is ...
- UnnamedPlayr replied Jul 23, 2015
I think futures data is OK for normal scalping.
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