In parallel with the specific model of the input, which can be 5-10 criteria, I also look at the context in which this model is formed. These are 5-10 criteria more that you start to quickly analyze with your experience, giving an understanding of what actions we should take: stay away or to open a trading position.
Awareness of the importance of a particular criterion is based on experience, on the analysis of the set of transactions, work on statistics, etc. Those, I do not have any clearly defined strategy. I focus on the complex analysis of the market in different ways of behavior in a given situation. All of this helps me to increase the likelihood of making a profit.
Such concept as an effective timing is very important in this situation, i.e., the most productive time for trading. Ideally – you should trade every day, but only in the pulse phases, after accumulating significant volumes at certain times a day and even in certain areas within an hour, when the deal was the most reasonable, more competent, with good potential.
All this makes it possible to make your trading manageable. Those. we are learning to trade not intuitive, but to trade on our own folding a puzzle, that is, using a necessary element in the right place at the right time.
I'm always for disciplinary approach, with the detailed study of patterns, but, nevertheless, it should be understood that the market in each period behaves differently. And my main goal as a trader comes down to combine multiple parameters, the set of criteria of successful transaction into one: to analyze the context, to take into account the timing, waiting for a particular testing of a model at the input / output, etc.
In general, you should try every day not just to follow clearly defined patterns (from which you can not step back), but to think and make competent trading decisions based on the method of multi-criteria analysis of the market.
hello John Trader.....Could you list your 5-10 Criteria...also i would be interested in a Visual Explanation of a couple
of the Situations you spoke about, and how you would go about your Analysis in Reference to a Price Chart?
Thanks for your post.