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My 6E trading strategy

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any entry rules?

I mainly interest in his divergent trade and anaFTLMSTLM indi seems running ahead of stoch indi.

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OK, i just tested with MarketDelta how i would proceed. So the main rule does not change for the 1508 or longer term chart, a higher high or a lower low at an area must occur. Except the area will be determined by the developing value area which should reference at least two swings.

I'll use the custom profile to locate high volume nodes for the entry and my stop will be placed below a previous swing Hi/Lo accordingly or below a point named Value Area High/Low (market profile term). As said in the first paragraph, the Value Area will comprise at least two swings and the entry will be at the POC of the last leg or if there are two significant volume nodes, at the middle of them. See first chart for more details.

A second chart is included to indicate what i'll consider as the end of the current trending cycle. An early sign of this is when the POC shift to the upside in an uptrend or to the downside in the case of a downtrend. Quite clear on the second chart.

Thanks for posting this. I'm a fan of volume profiles, and this seems a good use of them. I think it is a very different pullback method from what Charles is proposing here, though.

Re those custom profiles, is that something you can do on the fly by selecting the bars with the mouse, or do you set the parameters in the indicator?

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my take on 377t chart

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Is that FT's version of a stochastic? What does it show and where in forum is it described? TKS

 
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Cory-
Is that FT's version of a stochastic? What does it show and where in forum is it described? TKS

it's FT digital filter, I overlay it on stoch pannel
https://futures.io/free_downloads/ninjatrader-7/indicators/953-download.html?view

yes, use default setting.


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thanks

I found it, are you using default setting?

 
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there was an example of using Market Analyzer, with alerts and trigger conditions, that was posted,

it had charts that showed examples of DT, HH, HL, etc. In scrolling back and reading it, when it was initially posted, I didn't see any discussion of depth on it, does anyone remember this?

also, how would someone set up these alerts or trigger events in the MA?

thanks in advance

ok, rationale:

a) stepping away, or starting up and returning to the machine, one needs know what triggered, or has already been tagged, and can from there begin to understand the micro trend within the major trend

b) as a training tool, one should draw the same conclusion of the charts as the triggered alerts generate, and if not, then retest one's perspectives to be in line with what the analysis shows

c) shouldn't be used as a substitute for the trading analysis process, but as a guard rail, as it were, or by suggestion

 
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Try on Range chart

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Thanks for helping me locate it--was typing "ana" in front of indicator.
Take a look how smooth it is on a range chart.
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my take on 377t chart


 
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Thanks for posting this. I'm a fan of volume profiles, and this seems a good use of them. I think it is a very different pullback method from what Charles is proposing here, though.

Re those custom profiles, is that something you can do on the fly by selecting the bars with the mouse, or do you set the parameters in the indicator?

That's on the fly like you would draw a fibonacci scale on your chart. I know Gomi's market profile has a similar option but you need to use a key combination and enter the price manually.

 
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That's on the fly like you would draw a fibonacci scale on your chart. I know Gomi's market profile has a similar option but you need to use a key combination and enter the price manually.

The version I had installed was like that, but I after posting I found his latest version, which works with the mouse. Very nice!

 
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The version I had installed was like that, but I after posting I found his latest version, which works with the mouse. Very nice!

Would you mind posting a chart of the 6E with one instance of a custom profile. I'd like to compare where it places the POC etc. Thanks


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