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DislikedHow do you guys display the ATR in the UL corner on the main chart?Ignored
Dislikedhey Erebus wheres the Pic for that ? .. LOL j/k
like your "How to Do" posts makes meIgnored
DislikedFirst of all I'd like to say many thanks to Britpip7! I find the strategy very interesting and suitable for me. I'm gonna test it a lil bit.
What are you guys thinking about this short setup? Is it the correct one as:
- TDI crossing
- Strong bearish candle after the bounce off the resistanceIgnored
DislikedI learn something new with every instruction - great stuffIgnored
DislikedDuring the last 24 hours all yen crosses are going through consolidation phase and probably will make or break in the next couple of hours as the wedge is squeezing every hour.
Let's see how it unfolds to get a better direction of the trend.Ignored
DislikedI'm sorry if the question was discussed earlier but ...
Do you Britpip open positions in the middle of a day or just after the candle is finished?
DislikedEverything was going good but now im getting crushed again. lolIgnored
Please, please what are the indicators blue arrows.
DislikedOnly after the close of a candle
My new day candle starts at 4pm PST - I may gaet a chance to review it between then and 4:45, if not, my first opportunity will be between 8pm and 10PM.
The majority of my trades are pending orders - buys stop or sell stop and the entry position will be determined by the candle close / colour / low / high and resulting PA on the new candle. TDI is always secondary to PA.
So far in 2012, my only pairs traded have been the 3 amigos / aud/jpy, eur/aud, eur/nzd, aud/chfIgnored
I find your approach very interesting
Have you a history of number of trades that you did on these 7 pairs?
Can you confirm that the 3 amigos are: eur/usd, gbp/usd and aud/usd?
Personally my platform is GMT, and I think taking a position about 6 am GMT. Do you think this is a problem?
DislikedHi - what's happening in your trading that's getting you crushed?Ignored
I average between 400 and 1000 pips per month on these pairs - currently up 590 pips for the past 2 weeks.
You do have the 3 amigos correctly identified
6am GMT is going to place you at the London Open - with the candle patterns and the TDI, the signals you receive will still confirm whether you have Price Action - I have not doen any backtesting for candles based on a 6am GMT, so cannot really comment on how that set up would perform.
My general viewpoint is that there probably is not that much to it once you understand how...Ignored
DislikedWell basically been taking trades i shouldnt have and also not getting out at the right time.After i got lucky and made like 2,300 pips in one month i got cocky and was only looking for super duper 400+ pip trades.
Now i been reading the old Tms thread again and doing a lot of backtesting so im changing my approach up.Trying to get consistent.Lately i been back and forth.Win some then lose some.Ignored
DislikedI am doing a lot of backtesting mainly beacause on the day charts I set up trades between 8pm and 10pm - any spare time is backtesting.
Currently focussing on the APB bars versus standard candlesticks and adding in CCI(14). It is worth looking at how a colour change on the APB maps to the candlesticks and then studying what happens next with regards to Price Action. On strong trends, an APB colour change may give you 1/2/3 bars but not with much more PA than 100pips or less following the set-up (colour change) candle. When there is a strong...Ignored