First I like to thank you for your share and your reply.Mustafa wrote: ↑Wed Oct 26, 2022 3:06 amHi I am glad you find it interesting..... My interest in Order Blocks has since evolved....As someone rightly suggested to me at the time, I should be able to learn to draw Order Blocks myself..... I believe if you give it the time and effort, it will bring you some good results.
I agree with you if you could draw OB perfectly yourself you would achieve great result. The stress here is "perfectly", before you master it there must be measuring you level with any supporting mean to see if what you done is better; where was wrong; where was right; what could you improve etc. there must be teacher, a senior, a universal standard who control your hand step by step to eradicate bad learning, bad habit, bad imagination, false confidence etc. you could re-invent nom or draw wrong interest area at wrong place, or misplace them etc.
This tool draw some OB, or some days lot of OBs, and my questions are as following
1/ What did they mean in original Spanish, translated to Capitalized, non-Capitalized
or what does the Spaniard mean with Debt OB configuration...... (erm not Debt consolidation, or Debt Normalisation we know what that mean and we know how relative that nom is, good or bad depends on which end you sit)
2/ Would you use those noms (Capitalized/non-capitalized OB, Debt OB) still today, in your manual OB drawing?
3/ Pretend we use this tool only as a tool, to measure our learning progress. And take a random chart random day random TF, and apply this tool to show what OBs are interest areas, could you point out which/how many percent OB this tools miss, wrongly draw or mis-interpreted? Would you be able to say the wrongly interpret rate is more than how much 10%, 20% 50%?
4/ Did you understand Debt configuration, what is that equally in manual OB drawing?