but cunparis i would have to dissagree with you also i have a indicator that works just fine you just have to think about how people actually trade then create a indicator that does some of the same things...sharky
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first of all that market is not anything you said, the market wont do anything to you if you dont know how to trade then dont trade its not the markets fault if you trade without knowing how,i cant sing so i dont try its not the audience fault i cant sing its mine,you guys are making something out of the market thats not really there you guys are letting ego get to your post when no ego is there who gives a shit if you can trade or not or trade better then someone or if your here to learn or to teach we are just all friends with different views well some of us are friends and some of us are dicks,and cunparis is american living abroad...sharky
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I would like to clarify what I said, which I think should be compatible with my original post.
When I said I haven't found a price-based indicator that has a positive expectancy, I didn't mean that one can't have a positive expectancy using an indicator. What I meant is that I haven't seen one which gives entry & exit signals which when followed mechanically, will result in positive expectancy.
If it's not followed mechanically then the trader is adding his own skills to the indicator, which is my theory. It takes more than an indicator to be profitable.
For the other posts, trade2win assumes too much which only shows his ignorance and his desire to talk confidently about things which he knows nothing about. That and him deleting previous posts because "he said too much" I do not find in the spirit of these forums. This is why he's now on my ignore list. I have limited time for the forums, so I prefer it to be productive.
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The now, it's only the now. How would you measure one minute, or one week? Wouldn't that take you away from the now, and project you into the future, or the past if you wish?
In order to measure 1 minute, or any other time unit, you'll be needing two reference points. A start and an ending. If we start measuring 1 minute from this (now)point. Then, aren't we going to have any now moment after 30 second?
In this aspect, what's hard to understand is that, we constantly have the need for reference points. We don't even buy the concept that the now, would never be half of the reference points in case you're measuring 30 seconds between your start point and end point for 1 minute. And that's because the now lacks reference points.