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Congratulations to the winners of the five autographed copies of Suri's book:

@olobay, @icu219, @mstrader800, @VinceVirgil, @Dillons Grandpa

I will contact you guys to get the info I need, and send it to Suri.

I'll be posting the recording for the webinar sometime tomorrow most likely.

Thx guys,
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Great webinar. Lots of good information, and I truly enjoyed listening how he trades and why.

Tracking the 60, 90 days trades and looking at each trade and why, and building his statistical base in that fashion is a great idea.

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Congratulations to the winners of the five autographed copies of Suri's book:

@olobay, @icu219, @mstrader800, @VinceVirgil, @Dillons Grandpa

I will contact you guys to get the info I need, and send it to Suri.

I'll be posting the recording for the webinar sometime tomorrow most likely.

Thx guys,
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Books have been mailed.

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Books have been mailed.

Mike

You dont waste any time.

Thanks very much...look forward to getting it.

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You dont waste any time.

Thanks very much...look forward to getting it.

@suriNotes deserves the credit, he got them in the mail very promptly and is a well oiled machine when it comes to these things.

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Issue with Webinar recording

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I can't play the webinar, nothing on the screen????

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Mike,

I can't play the webinar, nothing on the screen????

No known issues, you can try this to troubleshoot on your end:

Make sure you aren't running in add-ons in your browser, as many of them can block Flash content.

See if other futures.io (formerly BMT) webinars work. If none do, it could be your firewall blocking them (at work), might try from home.

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Hi,

I just watched this webinar and I think that he had some good points.
I am interested in the fib zones. Is there a similar indicator available?

If not, maybe Fat Tails can do it. He coded a lot of similar indicators.

And the fibzones is just


PP = Pivot Point
DR = Daily Range
Resistance Zone 1:
PP + 0,5 DR
PP + 0,62 DR

Resitance Zone 2:
PP + 1,38 DR
PP + 1,62 DR

Support Zone 1:
PP - 0,5 DR
PP - 0,62 DR

Support Zone 2:
PP - 1,38 DR
PP - 1,62 DR

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Here's a version of it for Tradestation/MultiCharts.

 
Code
inputs:
	Plot_5or7( 7 ) ;                                                    

variables:

	var1( 0 ),
	var2( 0 ),
	var3( 0 ),
	var4( 0 ),
	var5( 0 ),
	var6( 0 ),
	var7( 0 ),
	var8( 0 ),
	var9( 0 ),
	var10( 0 ),
	var11( 0 ),
	var12( 0 ),
	var13( 0 ),
	var14( 0 ),
	var15( 0 ),
	var16( 0 ),
	var17( 0 ),
	var18( 0 ),
	var19( 0 ),
	var20( 0 ),
	var21( 0 ),
	var22( 0 ),
	var23( 0 ),
	var24( 0 );

if Date <> Date[1] then
	begin

	var13 = var13 + 1 ;
	var8 = var7 ;
	var10 = var9 ;
	var12 = Close[1] ;
	var7 = High ;
   	var9 = Low ;
	var6 = ( var8 + var10 + var12 ) / 3 ;//Pivot Point
	var2 = var8 - var10; //Daily Range
	var21 = var6 + (.5 * var2) ; //R050
	var22 = var6 + (.618 * var2) ; //R062
	var11 = var6 + (1 * var2) ; //R100
	var23 = var6 + (1.382 * var2) ; //R138
	var24 = var6 + (1.618 * var2) ; //R162
	var14 = var6 + (2 * var2) ; //R200
	var15 = var6 - (.5 * var2) ; //S050
	var16 = var6 - (.618 * var2) ; //S062
	var17 = var6 - (1 * var2) ; //S100
	var18 = var6 - (1.382 * var2) ; //S138
	var19 = var6 - (1.618 * var2) ; //S162
	var20 = var6 - (2 * var2) ; //S200

	end
else
	begin
	if High > var7 then
		var7 = High ;
	if Low < var9 then
		var9 = Low ;
	end ;

condition1 = var13 >= 2 and BarType < 3 ;
if condition1 then
begin
	if Plot_5or7 = 7 then
	Plot1( var6, "PP" ) ;
	if Plot_5or7 = 7 then
 		Plot2( var21, "R050" ) ;
 		Plot3( var22, "R062" ) ;
 		Plot4( var11, "R100" ) ;
 		Plot5( var23, "R138" ) ;
 		Plot6( var24, "R162" ) ;
 		Plot7( var14, "R200" ) ;
 		Plot8( var15, "S050" ) ;
 		Plot9( var16, "S062" ) ;
 		Plot10( var17, "S100" ) ;
 		Plot11( var18, "S138" ) ;
 		Plot12( var19, "S162" ) ;
 		Plot13( var20, "S200" ) ;
	end ;

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Thanks olobay,

maybe someone can convert it to NT.


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Here's a version of it for Tradestation/MultiCharts.

 
Code
inputs:
	Plot_5or7( 7 ) ;                                                    

variables:

	var1( 0 ),
	var2( 0 ),
	var3( 0 ),
	var4( 0 ),
	var5( 0 ),
	var6( 0 ),
	var7( 0 ),
	var8( 0 ),
	var9( 0 ),
	var10( 0 ),
	var11( 0 ),
	var12( 0 ),
	var13( 0 ),
	var14( 0 ),
	var15( 0 ),
	var16( 0 ),
	var17( 0 ),
	var18( 0 ),
	var19( 0 ),
	var20( 0 ),
	var21( 0 ),
	var22( 0 ),
	var23( 0 ),
	var24( 0 );

if Date <> Date[1] then
	begin

	var13 = var13 + 1 ;
	var8 = var7 ;
	var10 = var9 ;
	var12 = Close[1] ;
	var7 = High ;
   	var9 = Low ;
	var6 = ( var8 + var10 + var12 ) / 3 ;//Pivot Point
	var2 = var8 - var10; //Daily Range
	var21 = var6 + (.5 * var2) ; //R050
	var22 = var6 + (.618 * var2) ; //R062
	var11 = var6 + (1 * var2) ; //R100
	var23 = var6 + (1.382 * var2) ; //R138
	var24 = var6 + (1.618 * var2) ; //R162
	var14 = var6 + (2 * var2) ; //R200
	var15 = var6 - (.5 * var2) ; //S050
	var16 = var6 - (.618 * var2) ; //S062
	var17 = var6 - (1 * var2) ; //S100
	var18 = var6 - (1.382 * var2) ; //S138
	var19 = var6 - (1.618 * var2) ; //S162
	var20 = var6 - (2 * var2) ; //S200

	end
else
	begin
	if High > var7 then
		var7 = High ;
	if Low < var9 then
		var9 = Low ;
	end ;

condition1 = var13 >= 2 and BarType < 3 ;
if condition1 then
begin
	if Plot_5or7 = 7 then
	Plot1( var6, "PP" ) ;
	if Plot_5or7 = 7 then
 		Plot2( var21, "R050" ) ;
 		Plot3( var22, "R062" ) ;
 		Plot4( var11, "R100" ) ;
 		Plot5( var23, "R138" ) ;
 		Plot6( var24, "R162" ) ;
 		Plot7( var14, "R200" ) ;
 		Plot8( var15, "S050" ) ;
 		Plot9( var16, "S062" ) ;
 		Plot10( var17, "S100" ) ;
 		Plot11( var18, "S138" ) ;
 		Plot12( var19, "S162" ) ;
 		Plot13( var20, "S200" ) ;
	end ;

I just found out that Fat Tails SessionPivots V39 indicator does almost that. You have to put it on Jackson Pivots.
Then the Jackson Zone does show 0,50-0,61 and 1,00-1,38

To have it like suri you just need to chance the code for the bands from S4>S5 and S3>S4 then you got a 1,38-1,62 band.


Quoting 
DrawRegion("Resistance Band 1"+startBar, startBarsAgo, 0, R1, R2, Color.Empty, jacksonZonesColor, opacityJZ);
DrawRegion("Support Band 1"+startBar, startBarsAgo, 0, S2, S1, Color.Empty, jacksonZonesColor, opacityJZ);
DrawRegion("Resistance Band 2"+startBar, startBarsAgo, 0, R3, R4, Color.Empty, jacksonZonesColor, opacityJZ);
DrawRegion("Support Band 2"+startBar, startBarsAgo, 0, S4, S3, Color.Empty, jacksonZonesColor, opacityJZ);



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Just a note that Suri Duddella is back for a special webinar as part of our 16 webinar events in June for our 4-year anniversary:

Registration:
https://futures.io/webinars/#registernow

Thread:
https://futures.io/traders-hideout/27570-webinar-suri-duddella-pivots-volatility-scalping-patterns.html

We will also be giving away 10 autographed books during the webinar.

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