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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    cad/chf r/r 1:8. No multiple entrances.
    cad/jpy r/r 1:12.7. No multiple entries either.

    That the method is also a modified hector trades. Waiting following a 1,2,3 formation to get a bpc on the internal trendline.

    During the creation of this bpc, go to 1min time period, and loe yet again loe a 1,2,3 formation on the 1min. Draw another internal trendline and look off that trendline that is 1min. Enter at the completion of that bpc. Using the peak of both spread (from the 1,2,3 of 1min) as SL.

    This offers the huge r/r whilst harnessing...
    Really great thread -- I love methods with higher R :R and know just how rare they are. Is this the principal method you exchange everyday (modified Hector) since you seem to possess detailed performance information on it? Do you get setups each day? What is a bpc?

    Thanks for the great examples, hope you keep posting them.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Truly great thread -- I love methods with high R :R and understand how rare they are. Is this the main method you trade regular (modified Hector) since you appear to have detailed performance info on it? Can you get setups each day? What's a bpc?

    Thank you for the excellent examples, hope you keep posting them.
    bpc= breakout, pullback, continuation.

    ON FREQUENCY:

    the modified hector 3sma I get about 1 to 4 per week. It changes a lot.

    The modified hector lob tony112 I get about 1 to 2 per week. I DONT recall ever having more.

    The modified polygonal breakouts I get 2 per week. I never once had anything.

    The swings trade that https://forexintuitive.com/forex-tra...r-journal.html I get about 1 per 2days. Sometimes 1 per day. Perhaps I must create a thread for each method. Not to confuse matters.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    bpc= breakout, pullback, continuation.

    ON FREQUENCY:

    the modified hector 3sma I receive about 1 to 4 per week. It varies a lot.

    The modified hector lob tony112 I get about 1 to 2 per week. I DONT recall ever having more than two.

    The modified polygonal breakouts I get twice weekly. I never had anything greater than that.

    The swings trade that https://forexintuitive.com/forex-tra...g-journal.html I receive around 1 per 2days. Occasionally 1 daily. Perhaps I must create a thread for each method. Not...
    Thanks for answering my query. I see you've divided up the methods into separate threads. Since the RR is very good -- are these the methods that you mostly use to exchange, but it feels like you do not get mainly transactions from such signals?

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Thank you for answering my question. In addition, I see the approaches've split into separate threads. Since the RR is very good -- are the approaches you use to exchange, but it seems like you do not get mainly transactions from these signals?
    I made the decision to use various threads....thinking it could make things less confusing.

    yes. These are my approaches.

    I dont get many transactions per method. Aggregrate trade from all approaches have a tendency to net about 4 favorable trades each week to me. There are trading setups which I cant take due to news...e.g.i cant require a current eur/aud trade due to severe, reddish AUD news(there was only one right today in EUR/AUD https://forexintuitive.com/discussio...ion-pairs.html
    there are others that results in a reduction--nothing is 100%. There are many others who are breakevens....at that the end of the week I tend to have 4 favorable trades each week.

  5. #15
    Thank You for sharing. It has frequently come to my head, why don't you merge 2 approaches ( 1 on greater TF, one on reduced TF ) in order to realize a better R:R.

    so that I would propose to leave it as is, because the genuine idea is that the flexible approach you're sharing. Just my 2 pennies.

    Once again thank you.



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    michael

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Thank You for sharing. It has often come to my mind, why don't you merge 2 methods ( 1 on greater TF, one on lower TF ) in order to achieve a greater R:R.

    So I would propose to leave it as is, because the real notion is the elastic approach you're sharing. Just my 2 pennies.

    Once again thank you.



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    michael
    I appreciate it. It makes sense to me. There clearly was a trading setup in eur/jpy that I took but wasnt able to post live...I will try to do as many live installment I can. It is the modified hector 3sma installation...I took the trade with my mobile program....when I got home...https://forexintuitive.com/forex-tra...940-kicks.html

    I'm quickly looking around for the LOB TONY112 TRADES now. . .SINCE it is 3am EST TIME

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    -- 3 to 5 days trend in 1 direction

    -- followed by consolidation(30mins into 4hr. Rather a 4hr consolidation)

    -- breakout at the direction of the trend. Look on 1min time period for BPC. Use as SL = 10 pips spread. TP = 90% of average daily range.

    That is a combination of hectors LOB(THE VIDEOS below) https://forexintuitive.com/discussio...-software.html Hector's LOB utilizes 15mins bpc. WHILE TONY USES seconds. I OPT for 1min. Hectors time period is 3am to 4am us EST time. That is my time period too.
    UPSIDES:that...
    A CAD/JPY TRADE HAS BEEN TRIGGERED. LOB TONY112. . .with entry on the 1min...r/r 1:6.6. B/E AT 1:1

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    -- 3 to 5 times trend in one direction

    -- followed by consolidation(30mins into 4hr. Preferably a 4hr consolidation)

    -- breakout at the direction of this trend. Look for BPC. Utilize as SL = 10 pips spread. TP = 90 percent of average daily range.

    This is a mixture of hectors LOB(THE VIDEOS under) https://forexintuitive.com/forex-tra...ng-levels.html Hector's LOB utilizes 15mins bpc. WHILE TONY USES seconds. I OPT for 1min. Time frame is 3am to 4am EST time to us. That's my time period.
    UPSIDES:that...
    I supposed to say 3am to 5am.

  9. #19
    without bpc. But with a candle breakout on 1min.

    I never accepted these transactions, but just took a fast overview of some of the transactions I didnt take because there was shortage of BPC...(this activity was motivated by a personal conservation about how to increase my egy. Thank you)

    EUR/CHF, CAD/CHF, GBP/CAD. . .of course, all these are LOB type transactions between 3am and 5am EST..

    I have emphasized the powerful candle breakouts in rectangle.

    P.S I will look for others like this to understand what's up....potential candle candidates: marubozu; one-sided, short wick marubozu; strong-looking engulfing bar. Candle size? Dont understand.






  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    exactly the exact same principle here: for these trades(eur/gpb and gbp/jpy)that passed up.

    Eur/gpb breakout might not precisely fit the bill. Its candle is too tiny. But DOES. chart attached below.

    The 1st GBP/JPY possible entrance will likely result in a reduction.

    The 2nd gpb/jpy possible entrance is more like it, but maybe not quite. Even though it would have resulted in a profit

    [observation: the 1st G/J looks more like a hammer. In reality, it's a hammer. The wick...
    additional examples: aud/cad, chf/jpy, eur/chf. ALL FROM FRIDAY lob setups. (THere were setups in usd/chf, gbp/chf, but didnt match the parameters of a single bar breakout alterations without bpc). The only one I really trade was that the chf/jpy, since it was the only one with BPC(to a tune of 8.5R)....the rest didnt display BPC just a one pub breakout and runaways. I thank mr. C to the modifiion suggestions.





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