Re: MURREY MATH lines

#397
sizabici wrote:
Thu Apr 29, 2021 1:44 am
And here it is another beautiful picky blinder :razz: USDCHF M5
Hi sizabici,

Thanks for this wonderful thread with what seems to be a very simple but profitable system. However, I was going through it but couldn't find the answer to this question that was previously asked here, "what is the significant of the black shaded area / region ? is this a golden zone as in fib or PRZ as in Pivot kindly explain."

Please help us understand what the shaded area between the Murry Math lines means. Thanks.

Re: MURREY MATH lines

#398
global wrote:
Wed May 05, 2021 1:37 am
Hi sizabici,

Thanks for this wonderful thread with what seems to be a very simple but profitable system. However, I was going through it but couldn't find the answer to this question that was previously asked here, "what is the significant of the black shaded area / region ? is this a golden zone as in fib or PRZ as in Pivot kindly explain."

Please help us understand what the shaded area between the Murry Math lines means. Thanks.
Yes, that shaded area/region in between the 6/8 and 2/8 of the MM it is a visual aspect that keeps your eyes open!
As we know, by theory, the prices of all entities will spend generally 40% of the time moving between the 5/8 th's and the 3/8 th's lines. The 6/8 th's and the 2/8 th's lines are Pivot, Reverse. These two lines are second only to the 4/8 th's line in their ability to force prices to reverse. This is true whether prices are moving up or down. So it is good to see this area fine...

Re: MURREY MATH lines

#399
sizabici wrote:
Wed May 05, 2021 4:38 am
Yes, that shaded area/region in between the 6/8 and 2/8 of the MM it is a visual aspect that keeps your eyes open!
As we know, by theory, the prices of all entities will spend generally 40% of the time moving between the 5/8 th's and the 3/8 th's lines. The 6/8 th's and the 2/8 th's lines are Pivot, Reverse. These two lines are second only to the 4/8 th's line in their ability to force prices to reverse. This is true whether prices are moving up or down. So it is good to see this area fine...
Thank you very much for the answer. :)


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