- davema replied Jan 31, 2010
[quote=printer69;3416675]dear Mr James, but this goes to everybody as well after weeks reading forex forums trying to understand about the people and the honestly seems this one is the one... so I give it a try would like to ask for your advice ...
- davema replied Jan 28, 2010
[quote=TiaForex;3411760] The market should never surprise you, even though you never know what it's going to do. Aaron, I like this quote so much, it is now my signature. Thank you for this and all of your posts. Thank you, dave image
- davema replied Dec 6, 2009
Hi Scot, I don't mean to sound like a pitch man, but yesterday I finally joined the private forum and spent the majority of the time reading through Fijitrader's psychology section. It's the best information on the subject that I've come across, and ...
- davema replied Jul 12, 2009
Increased risk appetite means that traders are willing to take on more risk. They will move from the safety of treasuries back into the stock market. This is one factor that tends to help carry trades (yen crosses). I hope this helps. Take care, Dave ...
- davema replied May 31, 2009
You're welcome. Anytime.
- davema replied May 30, 2009
Dimitrius, Clockwork looks for price action near the price pivot zones to enter trades. Examples would be bullish and bearish outside bars, pinbars, double bar high lower close, double bar low higher close and to a lesser extent inside bars. He ...
- davema replied May 22, 2009
NoMask, I'm in on this on my demo account. My notes are on the chart. I missed the two day pinbar on 5/6-5/7 and the small 4 hour pinbar yesterday, Take care, Dave
- davema replied May 19, 2009
Razor, No ill will intended towards you. I see that you already cleared things up. I was just defending Tiger. Take care, Dave
- davema replied May 19, 2009
Guys, Take it easy on Tiger. He is a valuable contributor to this thread. As he pointed out, his indicator is really more of an "identifier" (as Jaroo calls it). Let's not turn the dibs thread into the ufc thread lol.
- davema replied May 7, 2009
IBFX is on gmt time. Daily close is currently 8 pm est.(east coast USA) Take care, Dave
- davema replied May 3, 2009
eur/jpy weekly buob — Hello, Here is something I am keeping my eye on. If this is inappropriate for this thread please let me know clockwork. EUR/JPY has a weekly buob that closed above the 131.00 ppz after bouncing off of the 50% retrace of ...
- davema replied Apr 29, 2009
Way of the Turtle by Curtis Faith. Good psychology information in there as well.
- davema replied Apr 14, 2009
Feb, May you have a speedy recovery. Take care, Dave
- davema replied Apr 8, 2009
Clockwork, Sorry about your mother. This is one of the best posts on forex factory. Thank you, Dave
- davema replied Apr 4, 2009
Hi Noloqy, What I believe ThomKnight is referring to is that price went straight down. As Clockwork called it : parabolic. If you draw a line through those bearish candles and a line that is horizontal on the chart, the intersection of those two ...
- davema replied Apr 1, 2009
A neutral bar has the open and close almost equal and in the middle of the bar with the wicks sticking out on both ends like the one you have highlighted a few posts back. It shows indecision. I hope this helps. Take care, Dave
- davema replied Mar 29, 2009
Concept, This website will show you current gmt time or the current time in any major world city. I hope this helps. timeanddate.com/worldclock/ Take care, Dave
- davema replied Mar 28, 2009
Clockwork, Thank you so much for this thread. This and James 16 are my two favorite threads. I enjoy all of your posts, but the last few covering the psychology of letting the plan work out and not panicking and staying detached when the trade is in ...
- davema replied Mar 22, 2009
Don't forget to give Jaroo kudos as well my friend. Take care, Dave
- davema replied Mar 16, 2009
Fxnoob08, You could take it on a retest, but I would pass on this one since it's getting late in the session and the pair has already exceeded its average daily trading range. The probabilities are stacking against you. Take care, Dave