Videos (links) that get deleted after 7 days = bad, bad, will cause lots of grief as this thread is "forever".
Why not use CamStudio (free) to record, and upload to YouTube (free) for permanent archiving?
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You also have to deal with the fact that tick charts can be VERY different when the data is reloaded, which makes analysis and historical study problematic. Setups can appear and disappear, stops can be hit or profit targets hit, etc., depending on how the bars appear. So you really have to study the charts in real time and take pictures or video for reference.
Here this morning before the NFP fun, I wanted to post this example that just occurred a few minutes ago since I continue to get a lot of questions concerning the trigger lines
See this chart below of the 377 chart, note the candle closing below the cloud and trigger lines just after 5:05.
We had a hidden divergence setup possibly giving a trading oppurtunity. Note the trigger lines at the time, the top trigger line showed no signs of beginning to turn and roll over as that down bar closed below both lines. That is the nuance that you need to look at before committing to the trade
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I'm not sure what type of account you have to have to do it, but you would either have to make your vids considerably shorter, or split them up. Seems the standard upload requires your vid be less than 15minutes, despite the size of the upload. I've seen much longer vids, but not sure if that's available for standard youtube accounts.
For that trade, I didn't have a pb to the cloud on mine, also my stoch was a bit below 50 for that one.
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