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  1. #161
    1 Attachment(s) Forex Hrs of procedure by Place and volume
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  2. #162
    1 Attachment(s) Usd/Jpy.
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  3. #163
    Or this.

    [</br8>http://www.babypips.com/school/market_hours.html[/URL]

    Or This

    [</br8>http://www.2008.worldmarkethours.com/Forex/index.htm[/URL]

  4. #164
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    Quote Originally Posted by
    Usd/Jpy.
    Update: seeking good.[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036755.png[/img]
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  5. #165
    Quote Originally Posted by rutma21
    Sorry to holdup improvement, but can we return to to this:
    - Beginning of the day is when the individuals who control the amount of money wake up, ie 0600GMT
    - will not take trades after about 9-10 hrs open of session open

    I comprehend Universal Time to be a time-zone, maybe not a time. eg I am on universal time 10. Is 0600GMT a style of saying universal time( 0) a T 6.00 am?

    I'm finding the suggestion (if there's one) as talking about the London trade, which occurs to most probably for 9 hrs. What time does London open when expressed in gmt 0?
    Quote Originally Posted by Estimate
    -mariajesuspt-</b>
    got a couple of e-mails asking for added clarification about how one trades the interior pub set up mentioned formerly (Now formally known as the Everyday I bar Setup) when the markets are as choppy as they have been lately.

    The reply is: the sam e as some other time, but particularly focus on trades that setup earlier in the day. Significance within 6 - 7 hrs of the open.

    The open I seem a-T is 00:00 CST or 01:00 EST. This could likewise interpret to 06:00 GMT. It truly is your cash along with your option now in the event you wish to hold another time the open of the day.

    I do possess a buddy who considers that 00:00 GMT is the official day's open, and he is had some achievement trading with that notion. But he trades the JPY pairs over 60 60% of the time, which might be a mitigating aspect.

    I Have identified that you're consistently better utilizing a gap time span that matches closely to the standard biological inclinations of the largest number of individuals who command the cash on the planet.
    On my platform (Inter Bank FX) 01:00 EST is 05:00 GMT.

    Greater likelihood trades in the very first 6 to 9 hrs of the day

    On my platform London opens a T 08:00 GMT (04:00 AM EST)

  6. #166
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    Quote Originally Posted by sisamatas
    I like the 30m for GJ - now awaiting the UK info to solve the newest candle.....
    I enjoy it sisamatas. Seems great.

    I like the truth that if and when losses occur (and they'll happen) they're little when compared with the possible gain. Where have I heard that before.[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036766.png[/img]

    My design of trading limitations losses as much as really possible. It is about the losses maybe not the profits. The profits will take good care of themselves. International Maritime Organization.

    The 67146/Jpy trade I'm now in, I've taken half away at 43 pips and also one other half I proceeded to break-even. It itself is presented by still another IB and breaks the best I might reenter. But for now I Will appreciate banking pips and risking ZERO.[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036768.png[/img]
    [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036770.png[/img]

  7. #167
    1 Attachment(s) I like the 30m for GJ - now awaiting the UK info to solve the newest candle.....
    [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036783.png[/img]

  8. #168
    Quote Originally Posted by mariaguarmon
    Update: seeming good.[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036763.png[/img]
    Hello Jaroo

    Are you enjoying to get a split of small candle with all the Interior Pub set up ? Or the bigger candle of the set up? I've been using the candle for the stop-loss and also the bigger candle for the rest. If I'm doing it incorrect, expect you are able to tell me.

    Thanks.

    Content trading,
    [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036765.png[/img]

  9. #169
    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeta
    Hi Jaroo

    Are you enjoying to get a split of small candle with all the Interior Pub set up ? Or the bigger candle of the set up? I've been using the candle for the stop-loss and also the bigger candle for the rest. If I'm doing it incorrect, expect you are able to tell me.

    Thanks.

    Happy trading,
    Nabeta [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036774.png[/img]
    I'm subsequent Peter's DIBS system as much as possible (and as much as I comprehend it.)

    Examine and examine this train of thought completely. Your solutions will be found by you.

  10. #170
    Quote Originally Posted by mariaguarmon
    I enjoy it . Seems great.

    I just like the truth that if and when losses occur (and they're going to happen) they're little when compared with the possible gain. Where have I noticed that before.[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036775.png[/img]

    My type of trading limitations losses as much as you possibly can. It is about the losses maybe not the profits. The profits will take good care of themselves. IMO.

    The Usd/Jpy trade I'm now in, I've taken half away at 43 pips along with one other half I proceeded to breakeven. It itself is presented by still another IB and breaks the best I might reenter. But for now I Will appreciate banking pips and risking ZERO.[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036777.png[/img]
    I like it too - chose 100 pips from that last buy [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496036786.png[/img] and as you say, the losses are kept small. Now I am operating on how best to work these signs in with my standard IFibs trading.

    Keep a watch on the Swissy, its delayed at its 50% fibo on my 30m / hourly graphs - which 'll hold UJ.

  11. #171
    showthread.php?p=1995413#post1995413 Disliked I'm subsequent Peter's DIBS system as much as possible (and as much as I comprehend it.)

    Examine and examine this train of thought completely. Your solutions will be found by you. Discounted Hi Jaroo,

    For your info I've see the thread in its entirety several times over and completed back-tests. That was my understanding of how you can trade the set ups, therefore the question concerning which will be the right method because you're carrying it out differently from me, to trade it.

    Thanks.

  12. #172
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    Quote Originally Posted by
    I like it sisamatas. Seems great.

    I just like the truth that if and when losses occur (and they're going to happen) they're little when compared with the possible gain. Where have I noticed that before.[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496038230.png[/img]

    My type of trading limitations losses as much as you possibly can. It is about the losses maybe not the profits. The profits will take good care of themselves. IMO.

    The Usd/Jpy trade I'm now in, I've taken half away at 43 pips along with one other half I proceeded to breakeven. It itself is presented by still another IB and breaks the best I might reenter. But for now I Will appreciate banking pips and risking ZERO.[</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496038232.png[/img]
    spouse ceased out at breakeven.

    I Will require trades such as these all day. I need to provide the opportunity to run to a trade.
    [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496038234.png[/img]

  13. #173
    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeta
    Hi Jaroo,

    For your info I've see the thread in its entirety several times over and completed back-tests. That was my understanding of how you can trade the set ups, therefore the question concerning which will be the right method because you're carrying it out differently from me, to trade it.

    Thanks.
    Nabeta
    Perhaps I did not understand your query. Would you ask it again with a chart?

  14. #174
    1 Attachment(s) Employed IB shaped a T 00:00GMT to enter place. S/L hit.
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  15. #175
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    Quote Originally Posted by woltiaborch
    Used IB shaped a T 00:00GMT to enter place. S/L hit.
    we're defining the start of new day in the open a T 1:00 AM EST or 0500 GMT. We choose the open Price of the candle (the 0500 GMT candle) to attract a-line in the sand.

    After that line is drawn, we appear for Cost to maneuver above or below that line.
    When Cost forms an Interior Bar above that line we simply take rests just in the very best. When Cost forms an Interior Bar rests are simply taken by us just in the underside.
    [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496038245.png[/img]

  16. #176
    Quote Originally Posted by mariaguarmon
    We are defining the start of new day in the open a T 1:00 AM EST or 0500 GMT. We choose the open Price of the candle (the 0500 GMT candle) to attract a-line in the sand.

    After that line is drawn, we appear for Cost to maneuver above or below that line.
    When Cost forms an Interior Bar above that line we simply take rests just in the very best. When Cost forms an Interior Bar below that line we simply take rests just from the bottom.
    Hi Jaroo,

    I presume you've got the beginning of the day erroneous. Below is portion of a place from Peter which says that midnight is used by him as beginning and the shut of each 2 4 hr session.


    From Post 25 , Page2

    ....................................A chart graphic is the most useful factor I can 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 near 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 prior close.


    Hope that aids,

  17. #177
    Quote Originally Posted by mariajesuspt
    -- [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496038239.png[/img]

    Great to see somebody else getting exactly the same trade I did today.

    But I did not get stopped out of my 2nd bit as in your example.

    I got 20 pips on my 1st half (only ~13 pip initial risk) and put my stop below the inner pub. It was REALLY close, although it has not been hit however.

    You undoubtedly possess the notion and that I concur- I also will choose trades like this all day.

    -mariajesuspt-
    A definte self-confidence builder for me personally. Thanks Peter.

    That Is certainly one of the issues of going to break-even, while you lower your risk in addition you lower your profit potiental. However , I just like the sensation of understanding that I'll not reduction cash now.

    Thanks again and as always your remarks are most welcomed. [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496038241.png[/img]

    Jim

  18. #178
    Quote Originally Posted by mariaguarmon
    Other half halted outside at breakeven.

    I Will require trades such as these all day. I need to provide a trade an opportunity to run.
    -mariaguarmon- [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496038237.png[/img]

    Great to see somebody else getting exactly the same trade I did today.

    But I did not get stopped out of my 2nd bit as in your example.

    I got 20 pips on my 1st half (only ~13 pip initial risk) and put my stop below the inner pub. It was REALLY close, although it has not been hit however.

    You undoubtedly possess the notion and that I concur- I also will choose trades like this all day.

    --

  19. #179
    Quote Originally Posted by Nabeta
    Hi Jaroo,

    I presume you've got the beginning of the day erroneous. Below is portion of a place from Peter which says that midnight is used by him as beginning and the shut of each 2 4 hr session.

    ....................................A chart graphic is the most useful factor I can 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 near 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 prior close.


    Hope that aids,
    Nabeta
    I do not see your chart (Yet).

    Sam-E point. The Shut of mid night (Eastern Time) along with the Open of 01:00 (EST) is the sam-e Cost.

  20. #180
    Quote Originally Posted by mariaguarmon
    I don't see your chart (Yet).

    Sam-E thing. The Shut of mid night (Eastern Time) along with the Open of 01:00 (EST) is the sam e Price.
    I believed Peter was talking about mid night GMT. I will go and examine it out again.


    As for the chart, I'm a tecno-moron , and so I will not be submitting one 'cos I do not know how to ! [</br9>https://forexintuitive.com/attachments/forex1496038249.png[/img]

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