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How use Supply and Demand Indicator (NT)

Old May 5th, 2016, 10:46 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks for the comprehensive reply. Sorry if this isn't right format. I DO NOT know how to send / receive properly on this forum.

I have not been formally trained as a Trader. I've learned by seat of pants practical experience and from a couple "mentors" (questionable) I would like to find someone real to learn from, not sure how. Several of the terms you used I do not know. But when I google them these are the things I am doing or know. I traded the /ES for the past almost one year. I'm not very good. I trade short and long.

I have Supply-Demand indicator but cannot find good information on-line as to how or why it works. The indicator maker won't share proprietary info with me. I have been watching how the candlesticks react with the different zone and see clear patterns of predictability. I cannot explain the patterns, just they seem to work the same regularly. I use a three minute /ES chart and my time frame on Supply-Demand is 10 minutes. I find this indicator is most helpful.

I have read about risk of Ruin formula.

Thanks again.


Steve, I have tried to send you several private messages but they seem to disappear. I DO NOT know how to communicate on this forum, as have been saying from the beginning.

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