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  1. #1
    Is that possible? Yes.

    Years ago when I retired I was trying to find something to do. I attended a neighborhood demonion . My mind said We could do this and earn money too... from the recliner... therefore the torture started as occurs to all novices...

    that I purchased one sure fire app for $2,300... saving $1,700 off the normal $4,000 price. Man... I'm on my way I thought. It was so difficult to understand and trade that I never made a dime... actually I dropped all the time. When I called the companyit was Greek to me... I thought a lot of good that 19 years of eduion is doing.

    I stated this is BS and went to other systems. I changed to Indices for several years while studying old charts. What made them tick? Every method had a few principles, indiors. . .on on.

    I eventually got fed up with all... recalling the ideas years prior to I can achieve this. Then why was I getting my butt kicked on a regular basis... so fruing.

    I wanted a system that was simple, worked on most of timeframes, simple principles, few indiors.... That when looking at my simple graph it just shouted out exactly what I had to do and developed a system that is 70-80% wins for me on a regular basis. It took to develop this method. I labored hard... late nights and weekends to. I had been hungry for success.

    I despise trading 5min-15min-30min charts. Why? You have to monitor each trade from beginning to end and hope and pray you made a correct entry. I just exchange 1hr charts during the the 1st 3 hours of the USA OPEN and 4hr trades at nighttime. I check for set ups at 10pm Pacific,2am and close all 4 hour trades by 6am Pacific.... You ever woke in the afternoon popping on your puter and find you created 150 pips while you slept... guaranteed to put a grin on your face and a skip in your step.

    I post a lot of training charts to drive it into your brains exactly what to look for and how simple it can be... Simply open your eyes, brain and listen and you're going to be making pips shortly...

    You'll learn down the street that the majority of the things you've learned previously is crap. I did. The list of principles in most methods will help keep most dizzy... never creating confidence... without confidence on your entries and exits you've got nothing worth while.

    We've got a group of excellent traders who have been investing in this method for 6-8 months who'll assist you jump in to answer your questions also.

    I am rather protectful of our associates. We do not have a stressful thread... no name calling allowed. I'll delete. If you've got a problem PM me and do not post it. If your not happy... please move on quietly. I'd do the same. You would like Stress Free learning... come join us...

    Really can not know something... PM me your phone number and best time to call and I'll clear this up for you appearing in an FXDD Demo graph so we're looking at precisely the same graph.

    You will need a MT4 platform to use our progam.

    The key to this procedure is the Traders Dynamic Index index for entries and exits. In addition, I use a Stochastics (8,3,3) index. It is. Nothing else.

    We just use Heiken i candles... that is important.

    We would like you to be an active member asking questions, submitting charts and making observations when potential.

    Start trading a Demo account until you build your confidence and just then look at changing to a live account...

    Disregard template posted below and see upgrades... Read the whole thread BEFORE ASKING QUESTIONS... YOU WON'T BE SORRY

    See article #25 on page two for indiors...

    Latest update: PAGE 11, Post Number 156... thanks Cliff
    Another upgrade by - 4/29 - Pg 48, article 713
    UPDATE: See article #25
    See article 14 15 for TDI HA (APB) candles.

  2. #2
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I was manually trading AUDUSD last week and and did well. Easy later making the preliminary pick utilizing 15, whenever the trend continues all week. picture If I had done this with my MEME trade manager I would have got close for this particular simulation below. This can be using fixed lot dimensions with a maximum of 3 MEME entries at the same time onto a gris spacing of 0.5 ADR(daily 100). More risk though as a reverse in trend will wipe out all of profit unless. picture
    don't look at and analyse single currency pair transactions but rather look at longer term trading a basket of currency pairs within several months.

    Have a look at system functionality over 3 to 5 years period.

    You have to first reach consistency in 3 decades and keep consistency for five decades.

  3. #3
    Every tick or pip is .25 so in regards from 5987.25 to 5087.50 that is 1 tick

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Dow theory says fundamentals are priced to the market so just examine the chart
    If Charles H. Dow is living now... more significantly within this generation of Info Communiion Technology. He would say, Fundamentals are priced to the market only examine the chart. Having said that, there are risk factors that a trader needs to consider... like a major type of events (local or global) in political, social, natural astrophe, economic occasion, etc..

    But who knows... If only we have a crystal ball or a time machine. ; )-

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote look here: Post#76,270 for the pipware tool and Article#193 for the TMS Monitor tool
    Thank you for your quick reaction. At work, but will follow up on the two articles tonight and hopefully be prosperous in setting up the charts.
    Thanks again,

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Hi Emmanuel... can you please share that Price Action Channel indior? Thanks

    read these 3 old articles by the OP and you'll loe the two yellow lines Price Action Channel is on one of the templates he posted. No need additional indior and you can produce the PAC in any trading platform using two 5-period Smoothed Moving Average collection to Low and High***. html

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote The 4th depart principle is mentioned in Post#1 and a lot of other posts in this thread he implemeneted his departure rule #4. . You take notes particularly his trading procedure and have to read each of Big E's posts.
    Attetion to detail emmanuel
    I just trade 1hr charts through the 1st 3 hours of their USA OPEN and 4hr transactions at night. I check for set ups at 10pm Pacific,2am and shut all 4 hour transactions by 6am Pacific....

    - Why close a trade when TDI angle is above 1 or 5
    - Why close a trade in a very strong trend that's on precisely the exact same bar the TDI made a cross
    - Why near a trade that has only crossed OB / OS level in the ideal direction
    - Why near a trade when all the point is in post#647 are met and exceed?
    - If that was the case when does he shut the 1 houer trades?

    Close all 4 hour transactions is not a depart rule. It is based on the houers BigE trade and also the time frame he allowed himself to trade.

    If you would like to shut an extremely profitable trade because it is 6am Pacific by al means do it.

  8. #8
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Another emmanuel. image edit: oops wrong one That 1 emmanuel image
    M1 entrance?

    You missed that the M15 Arjun candle... with 20pips SL

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Hello btp! Could you attach this indior?
    Here you go.

  10. #10
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Hello Cableguy, Awesome! I have been following all of your posts. It is wonderful! You nailed it to the point. It has been a problem for me to count those tiny waves. I got bleak. I found very hard to count them. Ken
    Yep, which entails EW and not something I am able to explain easily, but it's a recurring matter and more importantly, it's fractal too (happens on all timescales).

    Have a look at Cable in the high of yesterday. First the bigger scale perspective;

    and then earlier now on a faster tick scale (smaller perspective);

    They usually designate trend continuance, and that means you have tiny risk for a huge gain, although sometimes you'll find it's only a reaction there and not the real thing. In this scenario, you should manage to receive your stoploss to BE in any case...

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