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  1. #71
    Here is what... recognise a move to be corrective and the overall trend must continue, (new highs if main trend is brief and corrective move is long and vica versa etc).


    Straightforward ABC with tide C = 200 percent of tide A. Match among these to the fib level equalling the former subwave 'I' and you have a pinpoint entrance with likelyhood of trend continuance.

    Ok, I also must admire the thread...

    Regards CG

  2. #72
    Divergence and Cableguy,
    Your posts have been very beneficial in helping the newbies gain a better comprehension of what8217;s happening behind the scenes, and perhaps not getting so hung up on the TDI and PAC. Blindly taking TMS entries is stupid.

    When the people following this thread will use the TMS system, relying mostly on the teachings of Big E and Emmanuel, they ought to be a pupil of fundamental price action, patterns, etc..

    BUT I'd recommend against submitting charts which don't include the first TMS rules and indiors. If you could overlay your chart patterns/comments onto a TMS chart to help newbies learn the way to confirm.

    I get what you guys are attempting to do and I really respect it. But I also believe it disturbs the newbies.
    With that said, if you guys started a thread with your mentoring, I'd subscribe.

  3. #73
    On egy the trade in diary section we'll just stay 16, me and CG post. It makes no sense revealing tdi with price action it is apples versus oranges

  4. #74
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Me and CG post on plan the trade in journal section we will only stay there. It truly makes no sense showing tdi with price action it's apples versus oranges
    It's not apples vs oranges in case individuals would use the TDI as a momentum indior like it ought to be used, vs. an entry single. Take a 1 2 3 entry in conjunction.

  5. #75
    By using tdi or Some Other indior to wait for Verifiion will always be late it's to by Character and Together with the Theme of buying lower selling Greater will be removed Awaiting an indior that Is why we Revealed the difference in Studying and being led by price action and being led by any indior so we will Return to our thread and hope those who do the research will discover this Fact

  6. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote there is a TIMING to when to sell and when to buy not only the Loion to sell or buy. The PAC is a visual trading appliion. picture
    Emmanuel, could you please elaborate on that timing vs loion point you mentioned? This seems pertinent but I an not sure how to translate it.


  7. #77
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    By employing tdi or any indior to wait for confirmation will remain late it has to by character and together with the theme of buying lower selling higher will be eliminated awaiting an indior that is the reason why we revealed the difference in studying and being led by price action and being led by almost any indior so we'll go back to our thread and expect those who do the study will discover that this truth
    I agree, but not always late... I still use the TDI indior in expectation of trend change or continuation of the current trend. Occasionally, it looks ahead of fundamentals. With regards to price action... I concur with other traders that stated that PA indiors are only the same... click for more info.

    ";Technicals go just with fundamentals behind it. Technicals move ahead of Fundamentals; Market buys (or sells) on expectation of profit. Always, it is an intuition for profit. And whatever worries there are #8212; political, social or economic #8212; are calculated risks in company. ";

    #9755; Why Technicals move ahead of Fundamentals?
    ";Occasionally, too much speculation pushes the price and added with some greed, the technical will direct too much before its fundamentals that will get the price to correct, consolidate. . .then either it breaks outside to begin, resume or end a trend. ";

    By the way, I noticed that you use Market Profile... I enjoy it in my day-to-day trading analysis.

  8. #78
    Enjoy it if a member post a contradictio: (v2vboni - click for more information)

    Looking at the last post's where member's blasted TDI = everything now?

  9. #79
    that I love the older 'Fundamentals' vs 'Technical analysis' argument.

    Well, I for one, couldn't care less about 'Fundies'. Everything I need to know is at a chart.

    Here is a complete article about Trump and regarding his policy towards the $

    Does he need a weaker dollar or does not he? Etc

    Now here is a chart I created of the DX in a year ago;

    Okay, so in the chart, I wanted one more high... a pattern I would certainly not call again now if I were to attempt to label it. In reality the 123, activate and retrace in the top could have been fine, particularly if wave two of 'C' was intermittent.

    Well, my point is, that applying EW, revealed that we can expect big falls from that area over 2017/2018 as we fix the whole upmove, or pullback within an 'X' wave, either way, it has the same result;

    So tell me, didn't need to understand what Trump's policy could be on the $ a year ago?

  10. #80
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I really like the older 'Fundamentals' vs 'Technical analysis' argument. Well, I for one, could not care less about 'Fundies'. Everything I have to know is in a chart. Here's a whole article about Trump and seeing his policy towards the $ Does he need a weaker dollar or doesn't he? Etc etc Now here is a chart I made of the DX in a year ago; picture Okay, in the chart, I wanted...
    Can you submitted that a year ago you'd have had a rock solid proof that anything you're using is working. Now it is meaningless, for any member can use a chart from a year ago, plot some lines and say: '' I told you (hindsight trading)

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