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Carleton mi
 
Trading Experience: Beginner
Platform: TOS Ninja
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The techniques are very sound. I have Monthly charts I started in 2011 in 30 year bonds, DOW, S&P, that have been working since I drew them, in Ensign Windows. As far as trade entry's the easiest is when you draw a new fork. Then you will have a test retest of the Median Line. That is usually a good spot to enter a trade. Another technique I like is the "3 drives to the top". Usually after going to the Median Line 3 times on the 3 hit you would have in place your order. Only problem with this is that Tim says it reduces your possible trade entry's by 25%.
As an aside. Tim has run studies on all these things using the computers at the University of Chicago I believe. He has 3 PhD's 1 in Economics, 1 in Mathematics, and 1 in Physics.

Thank you for responding to this thread, I have been studying at the market maps for about three months and I am learning quite a bit. I have watched quite a few webinars with Tim as the speaker and he seems to be an excellent teacher. And market maps a man named Shane Blankenship is the one doing the lessons his lessons OK but I believe Tim is a much better teacher. Hopefully in the near future I will start doing the lessons that Tim teaches but they're quite a bit more expensive. One question I have for you if you wouldn't mind me asking is do you think it's advisable to use thinkorswim from TD Ameritrade or should I go with Ensign and a broker and separate data provider?

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