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Perrys Trading Platform

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Great Thread

I would like to thank you Perry, and the other helpful posters on this thread.

I've been trading a while and I have never come across a trading method that is so elegant in it's simplicity. It has caused me to adjust my entry exit methodology to adopt this method. It works significantly better than what I was doing before (and paid a lot of $$$ to learn).

I hope someday, I can make a contribution to this forum that helps traders as much as this one does.

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I normally don't get involved in threads very much because I have a tendency to get involved to the point where I get distracted from my trading. However, this one caught my eye yesterday and as such read the whole thing. Very interesting. This method seems to be very similar to the way I trade but with a few more bells and whistles. As I got to the end I saw Beth's posts regarding her strategy based on Perry's method. I've done a lot of programming for nt so I thought I'd take a look. I got it up and running last night and find it very cool. It does a very good job of marking the entries to be reviewed as candidate entries. Makes the job of educating myself on the entries much easier. It certainly isn't profitable as written but really is a good visual for where the potential entries are. This could be turned into an indicator to mark those potential entries instead of using the overhead of a strategy.

I like to get into the longer trend trades and as such find the EMA(20) to be a bit too fast. Can get whipsawed a bit. So, I changed to the 52 period EMA because I have been using it for a long time and like it a lot. Same basic rules just replaced the 20 with 52. Don't know yet how that will work out but looking at historical charts looks good.

One thing I'd mention is the potential for using the ADXVMA_sharky_paint(52,true) indicator found in this forum as a filter. I added it to my chart and it seems to increase the potential by staying out of chop. I know the current system has ways of staying out of chop and understand the worth of the current indicators. So I'm not advocating a change or critical of what is presented. Just thought I'd mention it.

Anyway, just thought I'd mention my entry into this thread and say that I appreciate the work done here. Very good conversation.

Mike Winfrey

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ADXVMA


Mike

When able could you please post your chart with the ADXVMA_Sharky I would like to see how u are using it.

Thank you

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Tape Bias - one sided bearish

Perry

would you happen to know what is that "Tape Bias - one sided bearish on 8/19" they are talking about at

in their blog Boomerang Trader|Emini S&P500 Scalping… Simplified!

It is in the 1st picture

Thks,

 
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Perry

would you happen to know what is that "Tape Bias - one sided bearish on 8/19" they are talking about at

in their blog Boomerang Trader|Emini S&P500 Scalping… Simplified!

It is in the 1st picture

Thks,

Hey emini - I have been trading this method for sometime now... and love it... Here is my particular set up which is as close as possible to their settings... The indicator in panel 4 is just a simplified d9particle which gives me good divergence reading which I like to look for in my trading.

TechSmith | Screencast.com, online video sharing, 2010-08-18_1529

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Perry

would you happen to know what is that "Tape Bias - one sided bearish on 8/19" they are talking about at

in their blog Boomerang Trader|Emini S&P500 Scalping… Simplified!

It is in the 1st picture

Thks,

I do not know what the Tape Bias, but if you trade according to Perrys Platform you will get the same results. Just for the sake of all those interested, I have added a MACD with the following entries: Fast=5, Slow=20, Smooth=30. Bingo you have the exact same trades.

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Observation

I've been having a blast trading the Perry Method. I've already started trading it in cash because along with what I know about mkt activity, I know when to trade it, and when to stand aside. I caught some nice moves in the TF today in cash, and switched back to simulator when it was choppy or lacked clarity.

I've attached a pic that demonstrates something I've noticed about using a higher range chart to enhance the probability of successful trades. I'm using a 20 Range chart, and looking for Perry Method 2 entries. I don't enter as though trading the actual 20 range chart. What I'm doing is when I see a likely Perry Method 2 setting up on the chart, I look for entries on the 4 Range chart. (the yellow line is the time I started looking at the mkt to trade).

Using this method I was able to catch 2 nice "runner" trades where I took the first one off at 4 ticks, and let the rest run until it ran out of steam, as well as several 4 tick trades and go flat. No losing trades in cash. You should also notice that the 20 range chart clearly showed when it was time to quit shorting and look for longs. I caught some of the longs on the simulator, but didn't trade them in cash because I was skeptical of the up move, and I wanted to preserve my "green". That's the way I like to trade. I never feel like I must trade every wiggle the mkt makes. I like to have probability on my side.

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Hello all

I found this thread and thought I should try out if this setup would work for me. I am using NT7 and have some problems in building up the setup. Is someone in the mood to once again repeat the actual setup of indicators, templates and so on?
I think I went through the complete thread but finally my chart seems to be different . Is the price line indicator from #1 part of the setup? I can not find HighLowMarker from #2. The force index v02 looks different on my charts, although I changed the plots to "Hash/Dash"90" (Fast line/fast line above/FastLinebelow/Slowline/slowlineabove/slowlinebelow). Is the second line (green/red) also build from the force index? I only have one line.
And I have also that problem with the JTrangemarker (archive file may contain dupliocate method names) as discussed earlier in this thread. My NT7 contains only the NT standard indicators and the ones that are being used for Perry`s setup. What do I have to do? Or does this indicator not work with NT7 (the name of the indicator is JTRangemarker nj6.5)

Is still something missing ?

Attached you find 2 screenshots, one of the chart and one of the indicator setup.

I am sorry for my request, but maybe someone will find some time and mood to work through this setup

Many thanks in advance

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Hello all

I found this thread and thought I should try out if this setup would work for me. I am using NT7 and have some problems in building up the setup. Is someone in the mood to once again repeat the actual setup of indicators, templates and so on?
I think I went through the complete thread but finally my chart seems to be different . Is the price line indicator from #1 part of the setup? I can not find HighLowMarker from #2. The force index v02 looks different on my charts, although I changed the plots to "Hash/Dash"90" (Fast line/fast line above/FastLinebelow/Slowline/slowlineabove/slowlinebelow). Is the second line (green/red) also build from the force index? I only have one line.
And I have also that problem with the JTrangemarker (archive file may contain dupliocate method names) as discussed earlier in this thread. My NT7 contains only the NT standard indicators and the ones that are being used for Perry`s setup. What do I have to do? Or does this indicator not work with NT7 (the name of the indicator is JTRangemarker nj6.5)

Is still something missing ?

Attached you find 2 screenshots, one of the chart and one of the indicator setup.

I am sorry for my request, but maybe someone will find some time and mood to work through this setup

Many thanks in advance

Your indicators have no relation to the original Perry setup. Please read the setups. There are only EMA 5 and EMA 20. The Force index is EMA 13, ONLY on one of them i.e slow or fast, and the other is set to transparent. If you read this thread you will find all the answers, as they have been discussed over and over again.

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