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    Quote Originally Posted by marketwavez2 View Post
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    ok , also what time frame are the bars in your chart ?

    15 min bars ? ..... 30 min bars ? ...............
    oops, DAILY... in my next post I do it better ;-) I vow betterments

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    Quote Originally Posted by crossroads View Post
    Stole this one from Gray who said last night it was going to .8642 in wave Y of 4 - looks to have topped out this morning at .8639. Great work man.
    Hey crossroads

    looks like it may have topped out now @ .8761. I changed the labeling to an ABC because wave Y looks to be a stand alone 5 wave move instead of a 3.

    Short @ .8739
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    Gbp/Usd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gray View Post
    Hey crossroads

    looks like it may have topped out now @ .8761. I changed the labeling to an ABC because wave Y looks to be a stand alone 5 wave move instead of a 3.

    Short @ .8739
    Looks good Gray - hey I switched over to MT4 and I'm wondering how you get your posts so zoomed in? It's almost like you're able to select the area you want to post.

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    Aussie is about to run into some resistance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crossroads View Post
    Looks good Gray - hey I switched over to MT4 and I'm wondering how you get your posts so zoomed in? It's almost like you're able to select the area you want to post.


    Yeah thats right, I save them as a "save as picture" and then to a pentax camera program I have that lets me crop them and resize them to 750 max width and change the file type to jpg. You can drag the chart around to centralize it by selecting "scale fix" in the properties drop down box and change the scale by dragging the right hand (price) margin up and down to suit.

    Do you know how to add more fibs than standard and put their prices next to them?
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    S&P 500

    This count is holding up so far ..........

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    eur/usd 10min chart

    correction over ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gray View Post
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    Yeah thats right, I save them as a "save as picture" and then to a pentax camera program I have that lets me crop them and resize them to 750 max width and change the file type to jpg. You can drag the chart around to centralize it by selecting "scale fix" in the properties drop down box and change the scale by dragging the right hand (price) margin up and down to suit.

    Do you know how to add more fibs than standard and put their prices next to them?
    Well I guess I won't be posting nice close ups like that since I don't believe I have that camera program, but I'll try to figure something else out. I'm terrible with technology in general (although sometimes I admit I'm lazy but most of the time I just don't have the time to waste trying to figure it out) but I did manage to figure out how to add more fibs than the standard and put the prices next to them. I was proud of myself - ha.

    Thanks for the help.

    EDIT: I tried that scale fix - it worked well, that's great. Thanks again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by apipintime View Post
    Hey Gray,

    I will just throw this more bullish alternative out there as a possibility.

    Note: The running flat is no longer an option, but a standard flat would have a=c @ 1.0658 which could then possibly be the end of the 'ii' wave.
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    Hey Jay

    Looks like a standard flat it is... A = C. A = B = C in time as well.

    I'm long from 1.0679
    Hey Gray,

    Yeah, it looks like it turned out to be a textbook flat. After looking at the internals of the count and taking into consideration the time aspect, I have decided to go with the truncation that both you and Market have shown. The second wave just seems to jive better that way.

    As for positions, I have also entered 2 positions at 1.0684 and 1.0695 with both stops under the wave (i) low @ 1.0655. I am also still holding some positions from 1.0268 and have moved those stops under the wave (i) of 3 low @ 1.0524. Good Luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crossroads View Post
    Well I guess I won't be posting nice close ups like that since I don't believe I have that camera program, but I'll try to figure something else out. I'm terrible with technology in general (although sometimes I admit I'm lazy but most of the time I just don't have the time to waste trying to figure it out) but I did manage to figure out how to add more fibs than the standard and put the prices next to them. I was proud of myself - ha.

    Thanks for the help.

    EDIT: I tried that scale fix - it worked well, that's great. Thanks again.
    Go to the following site: Free Screen Capture Software - EasyCapture Windows Screen Capture Freeware

    and download easycapture. It is free and will help you with what you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mywavez View Post
    Go to the following site: Free Screen Capture Software - EasyCapture Windows Screen Capture Freeware

    and download easycapture. It is free and will help you with what you need.
    Mywavez you're the man. Thanks a lot, I'll try that.

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    i read your message ,,,,

    my Pm box is full ---- so you can't send me any PMs more right now
    and i can't send you any Pm's either right now
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    In response to your question ,,,,,,,,

    The larger the time frame bar , the larger the stop you will have to use ............. its that simple



    Personally , I don't like trade off of off daily bars and weekly bars
    because trading off of of daily bars are long-term views


    i am a swing trader ,,,,, not a long term trader ,,,,
    i made that decision on 3 years ago
    im interested in being in trades that last 2-14 days on average , this is my focus

    im not interested i'm making 400 pips and 1,000 pips on a trade
    that's not for me ,,,,,, i don't go after that
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    i post longer terms bar chart because people
    ask me for long-term wave counts ....


    please don't try to understand what i'm doing or what anyone else is doing ,
    because we all have a different tolerance for Risk ............

    you must do your own soul searching and reading ..... and figure out your own Risk tolerance level
    - and also visit the library as much as frequent as possible to study money management

    Go figure out who you are as a trader by reading about Money Management ......

    and most importantly ,
    come back post you result chart so that on the weekends you can go back and study them

    going back and studying your own charts will eventually become your best teacher !

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    here is .............................

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    the alternate in the sph is now the favored. looking for a top at any time...the 61.8 retracement is 107840 and the 100% ext. is 108050. seems like a good area. BUT we could get one at any time.
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