ESFX - appreciate for posting all the charts with good markings/text.
can you pl add date to the chart as TS chart is hard to see the date. You have marked on some, but some dont have dates, so hard to compare with my chart. Thks
"ESFX - appreciate for posting all the charts with good markings/text.
can you pl add date to the chart as TS chart is hard to see the date. You have marked on some, but some dont have dates, so hard to compare with my chart. Thks"
I will check those where the date is not shown on the bottom or notated and repost with the date ASAP. Here is a test for the day. See attached chart on TF. See if you who follow this thread can explain the trades on your chart. I will do so later.
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Hey guys...thought I'd mention this. Using the https://futures.io/index-futures-trading/7347-tf-russell-2000-futures-contract-t...d-works-9.html#post86069 indicator I wrote to count the CCI bars seems to be working really well. In fact, I'm finding that instead of getting out when you get the #5, stay in unless bar #5 is below the -45 for longs and above +45 for shorts. And yes, I mean -45 for longs and +45 for shorts. That doesn't give up much if the trade goes against you but keeps you in for those long runs. I'm using a 3 tick range bar on 6e and cl for this study. Don't know how this will work with different chart types.
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Some traders prefer to hold for the entire move. Actually, the best approach is to trade multiple contracts and close some portion as first described and hold the others for the big moves. After the pullback, you can re-enter those sold for more profits. You will frequently see the pullbacks to the 20SMA, the mid BB, which is often a good re-entry. When the pullback continues to where the value of the CCI bar does not reach 45, you may already be out, if you have a proper trailing stop. Each market is different and required a different trailing stop, assuming one chooses to use one. I believe that everyone is getting the idea that my system is as fexible as you choose to make it, and is always profitable, if you stick to the setups.
Thanks for all those great inputs that have made this thread so good.
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