Re: Live Trades & Ideas: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#132
josi wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:25 pm
RomanUkraine wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:15 pm
The reaction failed. Missed again
Your Waddah Attar expl. told you exactly when to enter.
Waddam (TF M-15) insurance. The basis of semaphores and levels. The forecast is short-term on the "semaphore" and the levels of "fractal" and "Murray". Entry points (№2) today I look at Waddam.
In the screenshot - BASIS
1.3023 - trend to sell. But the price will not go along the "line"
GBPUSDM15.png
ваддам.png

Re: Live Trades & Ideas: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#133
RomanUkraine wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:10 pm
In the screenshot - BASIS
1.3023 - trend to sell. But the price will not go along the "line"
in the screenshot: one possibility: if directional bias is down (arrows, 4 TF MAs etc) then enter when price crosses fast MA.
But as you saw: breakout failure at Pivot means you have to be quick (scalping) - high risk!
Algorithmic trading by computers has made discretional trading on lower TFs (M15, 5, 1) much more difficult - sudden, long candles; not necessarily with follow-through, so you have to take calculated risks at resistances, enter early and go with the directional bias.
I am not advising you to do this - but it is one possibility.
You can also, if price is in a range, enter at the extremes (See book by Al Brooks on trading ranges), i, e, the lower extreme for buys, the upper extreme for sells.
Another is: trade higher TFs.

Re: Live Trades & Ideas: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#134
josi wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:17 pm
RomanUkraine wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:10 pm
In the screenshot - BASIS
1.3023 - trend to sell. But the price will not go along the "line"
in the screenshot: one possibility: if directional bias is down (arrows, 4 TF MAs etc) then enter when price crosses fast MA.
But as you saw: breakout failure at Pivot means you have to be quick (scalping) - high risk!
Algorithmic trading by computers has made discretional trading on lower TFs (M15, 5, 1) much more difficult - sudden, long candles; not necessarily with follow-through, so you have to take calculated risks at resistances, enter early and go with the directional bias.
I am not advising you to do this - but it is one possibility.
You can also, if price is in a range, enter at the extremes (See book by Al Brooks on trading ranges), i, e, the lower extreme for buys, the upper extreme for sells.
Another is: trade higher TFs.
Due to the fact that the signals come to me late, I will look at additional indicators. Thank you brother for your help.
See book by Al Brooks on trading ranges.
I do not know English. And reading through Google Translate will be a "rusty translation".

Re: Live Trades & Ideas: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#135
RomanUkraine wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:02 pm
Due to the fact that the signals come to me late, I will look at additional indicators. Thank you brother for your help.
See book by Al Brooks on trading ranges.
I do not know English. And reading through Google Translate will be a "rusty translation".
Also think about higher TFs: H1
EURAUD
EURNZD
GBPAUD
GBPNZD
NZDUSD
USDCHF
USDCNH
Had you entered yesterday morning you would still be in all these trades.


Re: Live Trades & Ideas: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#136
josi wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:17 pm
RomanUkraine wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 7:10 pm
In the screenshot - BASIS
1.3023 - trend to sell. But the price will not go along the "line"
in the screenshot: one possibility: if directional bias is down (arrows, 4 TF MAs etc) then enter when price crosses fast MA.
But as you saw: breakout failure at Pivot means you have to be quick (scalping) - high risk!
Algorithmic trading by computers has made discretional trading on lower TFs (M15, 5, 1) much more difficult - sudden, long candles; not necessarily with follow-through, so you have to take calculated risks at resistances, enter early and go with the directional bias.
I am not advising you to do this - but it is one possibility.
You can also, if price is in a range, enter at the extremes (See book by Al Brooks on trading ranges), i, e, the lower extreme for buys, the upper extreme for sells.
Another is: trade higher TFs.
Дякую. Тепер так краще
Thanks. It's so much better now
Today I will describe the algorithm for making a decision to enter into an agreement.
I'll bring it to the site tomorrow.
GBPUSDM5.png

Re: Live Trades & Ideas: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#137
josi wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:12 pm
RomanUkraine wrote:
Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:02 pm
Due to the fact that the signals come to me late, I will look at additional indicators. Thank you brother for your help.
See book by Al Brooks on trading ranges.
I do not know English. And reading through Google Translate will be a "rusty translation".
Also think about higher TFs: H1
EURAUD
EURNZD
GBPAUD
GBPNZD
NZDUSD
USDCHF
USDCNH
Had you entered yesterday morning you would still be in all these trades.

EURAUD - Buy
EURNZD - Buy (спред комісія – космос, spread commission - space)
GBPAUD – Buy
GBPNZD - Buy
NZDUSD - Sell
USDCHF - Sell
USDCNH - I do not have such a pair (Bank)
And it was so cool to get up at 00:05 and open positions. My bank does not transfer positions after 00:00. Forced closes at 23:55.

Re: Live Trades & Ideas: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#140
Брати допоможіть мені. Я десь пропустив допис із поясненням "кольорів кіл".
Показую "скріншот" - скачайте цого та підпишіть кола, хто знає точно, що вони значать?
Brothers, help me. Somewhere I missed a post explaining the "colors of the circles".
I'm showing a "screenshot" - download it and sign the circles, who knows exactly what they mean?
GBPUSDM5.png


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