Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

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Benard wrote:
Sun Oct 31, 2021 1:52 am
Liquidity conditions in foreign exchange (FX) spot and derivatives markets use intra-day data. We have to adapt to new changes as mostly retail traders aren't having overall sentimental market data to project prices and moves that occur. Overnight entries per each exchange affect general candle shapes we see during the day. Its impossible to maintain one universal strategy but keep adapting to markets. In the last few years most market making systems are algorithm based which tend to create confusion we term bias. There are now 4 market maker systems watching over a single asset because smart money has interest on how we position ourselves in trades. Xard has helped many of us see this behavior that smart money will always contra retail traders. Knowledge about markets is key, spot fx + derivatives make short term price movements. Try to code a single indicator for yourself, you will then appreciate free resources
Can you show us an example of how you trade? What you look for?
How you use Xard's system with your trading knowledge?

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#9294
josi wrote:
Sun Oct 31, 2021 2:59 am
Everything can be seen in price action.
Yes, start your own thread.
Absolutely, Josi, that's what it is. I give a sh* about fundamentals, technical or even sentiment analysis. When the price goes up you go long and vice versa. One just needs to know when such high possibility trade occurs.
For that to know I use a simply technique. I got three candles on my chart.....D1,4H and for short term H1. During the day I mark highs and lows of those candles and their opening levels. Some levels may need adjustment during the course of the day or days as not all levels turn out to be important. Some may exist already from days before and are still relevant. Sure enough one can watch price action at those levels.That's all there is.
Besides all starts with the Daily open....i.e. are we in an up day or down day.
I strongly reject that trading is complicated. We can't look at the order book and thus for us retailers it's random and it can be chaotic at times. At other times it can be smooth in one direction. And then we got to make money adding plenty of orders, not just one lousy trade.

Here is an example how such chart would look like
Candle levels.JPG


Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

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RplusT wrote:
Sun Oct 31, 2021 10:12 pm
I apologize, did not realize it's Xard's thread.
XARD: It's no problem. Look, like minds...
I like the structured Fib-display - wonder, where you got that from?
The cleanest and most straightforward version you have produced for quite some time!
I am very much looking forward to test-driving it.

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

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msbh wrote:
Sun Oct 31, 2021 9:34 pm
Can you show us an example of how you trade? What you look for?
How you use Xard's system with your trading knowledge?
Weekly COT Report. https://www.cftc.gov/dea/futures/deacmelf.htm
Screenshot_13.png
my charts
But my greatest discovery was that a man must study general
conditions, to size them so as to be able to anticipate probabilities.
In short, I had learned that I had to work for my money.

-JESSE LIVERMOR

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

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