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    Quote Originally Posted by MAXJOY View Post
    A mostly observe as I'm fairly new to FX, today a lot of good entry points and all accumulative...I traded the second break down for some small profit Still not confident to jump on every opportunity I see as I'm trading with real $$$, not Demo...
    I have been around trading for 1 year and 10 months. I would say that for 1.5 year I did not have any idea what I was doing. Jumping from one thing to another.
    Now I do basically three things.
    1) patterns (wedges, triangles)
    2) pre-market range ( I know - i promised you more info - hope this weekend I will send you that)
    3) Pivot points - Montly R2 or S2 where is the chance of reversal because people taking profit here...

    Still a ton of work ahead of me, but I like it and having fun.

    Here is EUR JPY 2H - I will check this out on Sunday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryPan View Post
    I have been around trading for 1 year and 10 months. I would say that for 1.5 year I did not have any idea what I was doing. Jumping from one thing to another.
    Now I do basically three things.
    1) patterns (wedges, triangles)
    2) pre-market range ( I know - i promised you more info - hope this weekend I will send you that)
    3) Pivot points - Montly R2 or S2 where is the chance of reversal because people taking profit here...

    Still a ton of work ahead of me, but I like it and having fun.

    Here is EUR JPY 2H - I will check this out on Sunday...

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    good for you ! It took my almost 2 years to become profitable.. I just hope it to last
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukes8 View Post
    As much bearish as I am, we are most likely gonna retreat a bit next week, maybe 50 maybe 100 pips, it would be healthier if this is a reversal and then we can load more shorts, GL

    TOOK A SMALL LONG @ 3100 FOR SOME BEER MONEY.
    cLOSED FOR 24 PIPS, got my beer money
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allan Tuscany View Post
    good for you ! It took my almost 2 years to become profitable.. I just hope it to last
    I think this is the part of the game, that you need to waste a lot of time on unimportant things + to learn dealing with emotion.
    A lot of my trades now are based on Entry order - these ones I like the most. They are usually triggered at the night (Chicago time) and after I wake up I just check out what is going on. Even better when the trade is closed and the profit in my pocket
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    Quote Originally Posted by lukes8 View Post
    Dude where have you been past 2 days, was expecting your view, much respect, GL
    Been traveling 8 hrs one side and took me 10 hrs on the way back.. Sleep deprived and was beaten up badly so 13 hrs sleep and now I'm back..

    GL..
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    The trick is to wait the price meet ur limits, instead of one jumping in.. however scalps is a totally different scenario and is not everyone's cup of tea
    Disclaimer: I'm not at all suggesting trades when by either posting the graphs, or my entries. You can view it, but in the end you have to use your own logic and approach, as there is no certainty about this uncertain market...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allan Tuscany View Post
    we´re going closer to 4hour pivot be cautious about your shorts! although I don´t like it.. coz as you all know I am superbear about this up rallye.. we could expect there some bounce off
    As expected.. pivot bounce
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    Quote Originally Posted by biggari View Post
    got alot of respect for you Al - your definately not a quitter - and i hope, one day, you are indeed profitable
    I've posted my view yesterday on gbpjpy thread that l'm bullish on usdjpy for a new trend to start, and although i seldom trade eurusd recently, due to boredom, it roughly translate to a bearish bias for this pair. Stop loss is a must, simply because we being humans, sometimes cannot accept that we are wrong and take a loss
    Stryker, usddkk moves approx 800 pips per day, and gbpnzd moves more than 300 pips up and down each day, that means 1000 pips is achievable.

    I make 100 pips most of the days now, occasional losing more than 200 pips in a single day. The good thing is: i only spend 1-2 hours before work to make all my entries/exits.

    The fact that i'm still working, means my words should be taken with a pinch of salt, i'm not there yet, and i should keep refining my methodology until it is more defined

    Happy trading!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allan Tuscany View Post
    As expected.. pivot bounce
    Nice call.
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    I smashed it

    will wait til next week for next trade

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    Well as the daily candle closed I was looking for a long yesterday. However on the 15 min a rising wedge started to develop so I closed my long and got short at the break. Im happy I did, now im looking at this Head N Shoulders on the 4 hour.
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    Here is my last case for a bearish euro headed into next week. Here is a UCHF chart on the 4 hour. As you see we have the Inverse HnS that is at the neckline. We also have the rsi break and retouch, a 4 hour bullish divergence on the wedge showing the bottom. Im long UCHF at the break of this Neckline and Short EU since rising wedge last night. Good luck all, have a great weekend. Next week going to be another long week. Name:  uchf6-12.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by FXTA View Post
    As long as bulls stay above this Trend Line, I still think we can rally hard next week but we'll see. Definitely still holding longs for now.
    Good to see you again my friend, been busy looking for a job. Well, it closed below your line, so?

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    Lightbulb EUR/USD Weekly View

    Friends, any Ideas on how the next weeks might play out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAXJOY View Post
    Friends, any Ideas on how the next weeks might play out?
    Dollar broke the 82.09 range. While it moved very quickly and may need to relax a bit, that is move down a bit, it is at this point resuming its rally. The dollar touched the 50% retrace line at 82.52 so a pulled back would be normal but it can move up regardless. It bounced exactly on the support line and the upper resistance line is now above 87.

    The Euro was never in an uptrend as stated in this forum often stated as it never accomplished the necessary characteristics to be considered a trend but rather a countertrend. This is confirmed by the dollar index that was in the exact same mode on an inverse move. Now that we have reset the downtrend we should see the Euro move below 1.30 and could challenge the recent lows just under 1.28.

    If you look at fundamentals it also makes sense. US economy was upgraded while EU was downgraded. Yields in US are increasing supporting the dollar. Greece is once again causing some issues. Overall, fundamentals, intermarket analysis and technicals seem to be lined up.

    This will not be a linear move, it will ebb and flow. It may take a few weeks or a few days, on that front no body knows. But it is my opinion we are heading downward for some time.

    Now that I've said it, history shows this may not happen because all the traders in the entire world watch my post and then have a meeting, that I don't know about, and decide how to make the market move agaisnt my trades and make me look bad. I know it, I just know. JK

    One guys humble opinion.
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    i like this guy - he always makes sense

    http://www.babypips.com/blogs/pipsyc...edicitons.html

    a little extract:

    As a trader, you must always process information with an open mind and remain flexible. You risk missing both intraday moves and long-term trends if you choose to only see the market signals that support your own predictions.

    "Trade what the market is doing, not what you'd like it to do in your nihilistic fantasies," advises reknowned trading psychologist Dr. Brett Steenbarger.

    Remember that the name of the business is trading, not predicting. At the end of the day, your trading results won't reflect your predictions but your ability to adapt to the markets and capitalize on price action.


    edit: i didnt know what nihilistic meant so a looked it up, apparently........

    May 23, 2007 – A nihilist is someone who knows too many stupid words.
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    the first and the last - ''These two are the most expensive eighths in the world''

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