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  1. #101
    Hello Peter,

    I wished to thanks for taking time to impart a few of your knowledge in this train of thought. It's seasoned traders such as your self who make a trail of gold nuggets dotted for other people across the FF to find which make it quite rewarding to carry on looking for the parts to the puzzle.

    Thanks also to borlam69 for opening the door with this specific train of thought.

    Great trading to all [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496031686.png[/img].

  2. #102
    Hi men

    I've been demo'ing this process to get some days. To date I haven't any trades that are succesful. Every entry has not been chosen by me. I'll keep striving. If it are attempting additionally I'd be thinking about hearing/studying.

    TP

  3. #103
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    Quote Originally Posted by Borjiskan5
    Hi men

    I've been demo'ing this process to get some days. To date I haven't any trades that are succesful. Every entry has not been chosen by me. I'll keep striving. If it are attempting additionally I'd be thinking about hearing/studying.

    TP
    I'd about 5 trades and that I'm on the green facet. Early yesterday, specially because of one tremendous increase on a trade on AUDUSD since.

  4. #104
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    But I have to add that I use it in accordance with my own personal strategies therefore I I would bypass set ups on purpose.

  5. #105
    I'd likewise like to state my gratitude to mariajesuspt for the time and knowledge he gave to aid us a T FF. Additionally to borlam69 perhaps not only for beginning the thread but for obtaining the maturity to allow it to develop beyond his management in methods he could never have envisioned.

    Regrettably I just beginning to study this thread the day Peter called it quits. So I'd also thanks these who questioned queries in a method that is respectful, as the responses helped my comprehension.

  6. #106
    This Is Actually The the most valuable training which I discovered until now on FF.
    THANK'S PETER

  7. #107
    I also wish to thank you Peter for maybe not only sharing but do-ing it therefore eloquently and with design.

    Possibly the thread will wither but ideally will not be eliminated in order that some future Members may locate it useful.

    Maybe another member will likely be supported to give something different that may be acquired plus your your gems of knowledge were.

    Whatever occurs, I'm pleased that small acorn developed powerful in this type of short while.

    As significantly as me standing out of the way, why perhaps not? I had been happy to achieve that. I may possibly perhaps not have posted significantly but held a breast of every post.

    Expect to determine you about a T least occasionaly.
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  8. #108
    Quote Originally Posted by borlam69
    I also want to thank you Peter for maybe not only sharing but do-ing it therefore eloquently and with fashion. ~~
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    borlam69
    Intriguing how the masters look to do that. fti's tactic (to trading and describing) couldn't have been mo Re distinct. Yet they equally take action with and eloquently fashion. They both leave you sense all the wiser for having analyzed their places, believing that you could do it and in the zone to need to find out more.

  9. #109
    Properly, I'm rather unhappy to see Peter go. I'd so many questions concerning the market (btw, no Thing regarding trading strategies) that Peter would have really been competent to reply.

    I want to thanks for the insights, wisdom and elucidations which you have posted to date. After studying your posts I've come away with better comprehensions. I expect someday you might be bored enough impart even more insight and to come straight back here.

    I desire you good luck in your future and may possibly we meet sometime as fellow effective traders.

    Wishes,
    K.

  10. #110
    Quote Originally Posted by mariajesuspt
    -melnikyamil-

    ........................... I don't wish to trade unless the trade h AS therefore little entire risk that it'd be ignorant never to take the trade...............



    -mariajesuspt-
    Thank you Peter. I had an excellent time studying your posts.... what I truly appreciated was hearing a small about your beliefs/attitudes and encounters.

    Thanks for posting.
    Wonderful quotation.

    Greatest desires
    Stewart

  11. #111
    1 Attachment(s) showthread.php?p=1987476#post1987476 Disliked Fascinating how the masters look to do that. fti's tactic (to trading and describing) couldn't have been more distinct. Yet they both take action with and eloquently fashion. They both abandon you sense all the wiser for having analyzed their places, believing that you could do it and in the zone to need to find out more. Ignored rutma21,

    I was pondering exactly the same thing regarding the likenesses of mariajesuspt and f-Ti. I truly appreciated his openness to be unselfish in his offering of his huge quantity of knowledge as well as expertise, same matter with mariajesuspt and fti's train of thought. Both of them are Masters who gave freely their understanding of the forex market. I am happy I discovered this thread as it's among FF stone in my view......I've to thank borlam69 </b>for beginning this thread and sisamatas</b> for delivering me a PM to enlighten me about this one, otherwise I would have never discovered it.




    I've this chart of the Swissy that resembles an exceptional short set up but I needed to be sure I'm reading it the proper means for the DIBS process

    1. First, prior times close is greater in relation to the current times open therefore we're seeking short opportunities.......is this right?

    2. A huge bearish interior tavern develops one hour (5am GMT) prior to Frankie open.

    3. The following three hours find a pennant/tri Angle configuration signaling a pleasant coiling prior to the breakout upward effect.

    but I find two other short DIBS set ups later on (blue ellipse) that appear like we'd have already been stopped from both of these? Though after first break out might have really been capable to get to some break on both of these?

    any opinions appreciated.

  12. #112
    I'm presuming the final two (little loss) trades are lengthy trades that you simply wouldn't take on a down day. Internet Explorer the breakout bar is below the prior times near.

  13. #113
    1 Attachment(s) mariaguarmon,

    I created an error on my initial chart. I'd that Interior Tavern at 5 am GMT since I had been using my Ikon-Royal, when really it absolutely was a mistake on my part feed which is 3 hrs forward, therefore the Tavern that is interior truly happened a T 2 am GMT during the Tokyo session. (my ODL Feed is Greenwich Mean Time) therefore the trade established up truly developed in the usually lower volume Asian session.

    In ascertaining the daily up or down trend to compute whether to look to get a lengthy or short trade, it was my comprehending the previous times near is regarded whatever the price is right at the close of the Ny session a T 22:00 GMT and the price a-T the start of the new times price was a T around the 5:00 to 6:00 am GMT (Frankie Open)
    That provides us about 7 to 8 hrs from New York State close to European open to see where the daily trend is for computing what to appear for once Frankie and London get started.

    S O for instance in my new chart, New York shut at 1.0541 and Europe opened a-T 1.0583 therefore would that have us seeking for lengthy trades? or am I lacking some thing here?
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  14. #114
    Quote Originally Posted by rutma21
    I'm presuming the last 2 (little loss) trades are lengthy trades that you simply wouldn't take on a down day. Internet Explorer the breakout bar is below the preceding days close.
    No lengthy trades were chosen in the 2 (little loss) Internet Broadcasting for the cause you mentioned.

    The losses were the effect of using a short trade in the underparts of the the Internet Broadcasting and Cost retraced backup and discontinued them out.

  15. #115
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    Quote Originally Posted by leu
    rutma21,

    I was pondering exactly the same thing regarding the likenesses of mariajesuspt and f-Ti. I truly appreciated his openness to be unselfish in his offering of his vast quantity of knowledge as well as expertise, same matter with mariajesuspt and fti's train of thought. Both of them are Masters who gave freely their understanding of the forex market. I am happy I discovered this thread as it's among FF stone in my view......I've to thank borlam69 </b>for beginning this thread and sisamatas</b> for delivering me a PM to enlighten me about this one, otherwise I would have never discovered it.




    I've this chart of the Swissy that resembles an exceptional short set up but I needed to be sure I'm reading it the right means for the DIBS process

    1. First, prior times close is greater in relation to the current times open therefore we're seeking short opportunities.......is this right?

    2. A huge bearish interior tavern develops one hour (5am GMT) prior to Frankie open.

    3. The following three hours find a pennant/triangle configuration signaling a good coiling prior to the breakout upward effect.

    but I find two other short DIBS set ups later on (blue ellipse) that appear like we'd have now been stopped from both of these? Though after first break out might have really been in a position to get to your break on both of these?

    any remarks appreciated.
    Great leu. Here are my remarks . . .

    1.The preivous day's close is the same (and equivalent to) the current day's open. Attribute demo tick info, when they're distinct. They ought to be exactly the same.

    2. 0400 near equals 0500 open which is 1.0613. It and Internet Broadcasting that break the underside Cost is below this amount we simply play with. We simply play with Internet Broadcasting that split the leading, if Cost is greater then this amount.

    3. I suppose the clear answer could be Therefore what. Those losses that are modest added in the 1st trade to the substantial gain helps it be still a day that is rewarding.

    Approx. 1st trade 100
    2nd trade -1-3
    3rd trade -18
    69 perhaps not a poor day. [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496033458.png[/img]

    Transferring your stop loss to break-even after some obtain might have made the results even better, but you wish to provide your trade an opportunity to run.
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  16. #116
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    Quote Originally Posted by mariajesuspt
    A chart graphic is the greatest factor I will do.

    The chart I'm attaching is a snapshot of the hourly GBP/US Dollar for this week.

    The white dotted lines, which are 2-4 hours-long, begin in the close of the prior day, a T Mid Night. I'm simply looking to go long on a breakout (blue-line) of an interior bar if that breakout is above the preceding close.

    Similarly, I'm simply considering selling a disadvantage breakout (redline) when the breakout is below the prior shut.

    you'll see that virtually all the breakouts were critical enough for you yourself to make a really great briefer duration trade, some you may have trailed most of them using a kind of trailing stop (moving average) and nonetheless be in countless pips after entrance having a smallish stop in one other side of the interior bar.

    (I did get an e-mail from a reader of this thread (Matt) who also employed to be around the ground. He was not just happy that I was telling these particulars of ground trading. Well, my reply was: These are markets that are very large and such a thing I may show is un likely to issue significantly because quite few will consider that prosperous trading can be uncomplicated. Most are searching for many unique reply that is complicated. It isn't there!)


    -mariajesuspt-
    Times are 2-4 hours.
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  17. #117
    Quote Originally Posted by leu
    ahhhhhh got it.....Thanks for the clarification mariaguarmon. [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496033471.png[/img]
    I studying it also.

    Perhaps if I (we) post mo-Re queries and graphs, Peter might post a fast response. [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496033473.png[/img]

  18. #118
    ahhhhhh got it.....Thanks for the clarification mariaguarmon. [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496033469.png[/img]

  19. #119
    Quote Originally Posted by mariaguarmon
    I studying it also.

    Perhaps if I (we) post mo-Re queries and graphs, Peter might post a fast response. [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496033474.png[/img]
    I'll wager Peter h AS even mo Re strategies he's learned through the years in the pits that he did not inform us around, I am thankful that he's a T least offered us what he h AS to this stage.

    When I get the right DIBS set ups/trades I Will Be be certain to to publish them here.

  20. #120
    Quote Originally Posted by leu
    I'll wager Peter h AS even mo Re strategies he's learned through the years in the pits that he did not inform us around, I am thankful that he's a T least offered us what he h AS to this stage.

    When I get the right DIBS set ups/trades I Will Be be certain to to publish them here.
    I'll strive to do the exact same. [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496033476.png[/img]

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