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  1. #261
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quoteAnd the longer you do it, the easier it has
    that appeared just like a 50 pip sl and tp?

    And usd/jpy includes a ATR7 of just over 100

    how are you convinced price will journey 50 pips on the pair? ... I would have thought given it's ATR that a 30 pip target would be better?

  2. #262
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote that looked just like a 50 pip sl and tp? And usd/jpy includes a ATR7 of just over 100 how are you convinced price will travel 50 pips on the pair? ... I would have thought given it's ATR that a 30 pip goal would be better?
    Well I really do seem at the atr projection so the tp of 50 was between the 80% and 100 percent of the atr which I thought was reachable.

  3. #263
    Thank you @lisat and @kain775 for your kind comments in my last charts posted and also for the recommendations!

    I am trying to appear more in depth at the H4 for another week.

  4. #264
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote perhaps take a look at mr pips harmonics thread, I can't remember how far into the thread it's, but he can start posting video's on market structure. . You should start to loe this somewhat easier if you're able to grasp the concept.
    Hey kain, yeah I only watched his thread and some of the videos concerning the NSG/NSL concept. From my comprehension what Mr Pips is teaching here is to be worried about using any indiors and trading naked charts by just following with what price is performing, right?

    Not sure what to consider it yet. At the moment a few comebacks into trading again with different methods / indiors / even EAs (all with less sucess) I ended up using the TMS / TDI egy.

    I truly do believe this egy might work out for me, and the M30 timeframe is in harmony with me personally. I am also in equilibrium with getting an edge over where to enter/exit a trade, with the concepts or proper money management and emotions but actually somehow not.

    Sticking to what Mr Pips is saying about market structure as well as other men and women are inclined to trade pure price action I can arrive at the conclusion. I am here, since the TDI is more than a indior too. :--RRB-

    The notion here would be to use it but with primary focus on price action. This means drawing trendlines, and distributing candles directly, SR price levels and so forth. Much like assessing them again and additional more viewing the longer term timeframes. Is not a method to time confusing for trading M30? How can traders still find time here in order to decide on on the sign that is possible ? Trading the Daily here is no option or? Giving me more time to identifying a valid trade setup but I am too undercapitalized with this time frame meaning much larger pip moves.

    Incidentally... is there any complete EA utilizing the TDI with success on a live account for at least 5 years?

  5. #265
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Hey kain, yeah I only watched his ribbon and some of the videos about the NSG/NSL idea. From my understanding that which Mr Pips is teaching this is to forget about using any indiors and trading charts by following with what price is performing, right? Not sure what to think about it yet. At the moment a few comebacks into trading again using different approaches / indiors / even EAs (all without sucess) I ended up with the TMS / TDI egy. I really do think this egy can work out to me, also the M30 timeframe...
    mr pip uses no indiors,
    but what about indiors is that they are completely useless to making a trader cash without the ideal price action.
    Consider an indior as affirmation to pull the trigger, but before going to pull the cause the price action has to maintain order.

    I recommended mr pips thread since he goes into market structure marginally WITHOUT the indiors.
    Therefore you should be focusing more on price action.
    When I first came to this thread virtually every transaction I took was neglecting, I got some criticism [constructive] that I paid too much focus on indiors and not enough to price action ... I have definitely improved a considerable amount by then.
    There are a lot of indiors used in this method. It is easier said than done not to become too influenced by these whilst unwittingly neglecting price action. I find the fewer the indiors, the more easy it is to understand price action.

    Unfortunately there is no easy way to learn all [for free]. We link to babypips school like it's the Holy grail of forex when someone asks a question . .but imo there is not nearly enough in there to develop into profitable ....and could be rather fruing when you are failing left right and centre and somebody just connects you to the faculty.

    Additionally mr pip Employs VIDEO'S.
    Just how long are mr pip's videos?
    In the event that you typed out what he explained in one those video's [which are often describing only one trade, just how much webpages would that be?]
    Now compare this to the amount typically composed when somebody posts a transaction on forexintuitive.
    You are typically getting 10x 20x . . .even 30x and much information on a set up from viewing a video than if you tried to learn out of a forum thread where most of the time you are getting under a couple of lines.

    And this does not only go for mr Pip's video's. Most video's give a lot more content than if it were composed. Individuals are just inclined to talk more than they are willing to type. It.

    Mr pip's stuff can be taken in real time, or he plays it back bar by bar. You don't get that with forum posts. You are looking at transactions taken after the truth, which can make it harder to observe the conditions which really prompted the trader to spend the trade.

    Video learning [imo] is much more effective than learning off forum posts.] , palms down.

    Mr pips nsh/nsl permits you to be aware of the trend. There are most of them arn't that imo. Alerts you to trend changes or continuations.

    Tbh you will probably have to visit many distinct threads/sources to observe a substantial improvement on your trading. Also although there is a lot I have learned elsewhere. If you can isolate the indiors from the price action you will come to realise that most of the profitable traders are doing much the exact same thing when it comes to price action, and only using supports and resistances for entry . . .and only causes to receive them inside the trade [indiors], but the price action is the same/similar. Just during the last few mths I have come to see that.

    It may even be worth paying for some articles [after performing your research]
    No one likes to splash out # and possibly get scammed but quite often you get video when you cover and these are far better than forum posts [imo]
    I paid for a few stuff and whilst I am still getting a lot of loosing transactions in that method, I find exactly what I have managed to grasp there about price action has improved my own tms trading a fair bit. Tbh, the stuff I paid for was only reframing some stuff I sorta knew but place it in a format where I really understood it properly

    and now I do not know any successful EA's, sorry.

  6. #266
    Hi friends;

    what robot do you use for this indior? (ea expert)

  7. #267
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Thank you @lisat and @kain775 for your kind comments in my previous charts posted and also for the tips! I am trying to look more in depth in the H4 for another week.
    https://forexintuitive.com/discussio...pivot-egy.html

  8. #268
    Hey there, a few more newbie question after reviewing the EUR/USD chart for past friday I have one query.

    The best way to predict such ranging markets such as I believe we it used to be the case EU began here? Perhaps this is one of the very things I still doing wrong entire. Getting this mess in which market is up and down up and down instead of a few larger motions.

    Actually today its easy to see because most of price action is there I guess we don't want to trade all these TDI crosses happened there?

    Thanks in advance


  9. #269
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hey there, a few more newbie question after reviewing the EUR/USD chart for past friday I have one query. The way to forecast such ranging markets such as I think we it was the case EU started here? Maybe this is one of the very things I doing wrong overall. Getting this mess where market is up and up and down instead of some bigger moves. Actually today its easy to see as all price action is that there I suppose we do not want to exchange all these TDI crosses happened there? Thanks ahead image
    personally I would never trade that

    and in gmt time it is like the middle of the night.

    Very unlikely people will soon be placing orders on the pair, no wonder it just ranges...

  10. #270
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote personally I would never trade that plus at gmt time it's like the middle of the night. Very unlikely individuals will be placing orders on the pair, no wonder it just ranges....
    Thanks but the question was not THAT its ranging but the way to spot this beforehand? Yeah during asian session but these kind of ranging markets I guess occurs during the LO/NY session as well.

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