Hi I have just finished reading this threat - sadly to say that its nearly dead
Today I have learned a lesson better to wait for an Second Entry - at least an H2 or an H4. I saw a lot of pics of it, that it shows the importance but I haven`t understud how to apply it to my live trading. Except for today - I had an AHA wtf moment
I am still learning every day more from his book - Its an eye opening thing^^
I hope to see some new pics from you explaining some of the entry and exits concepts from Al Brooks.
BTW sorry for my english - The Google Translater is my best frend
I didnīt get this moneyshow url to work too. seems as you click on it and nothing changes... .
I donīt know if you read through the whole thread but there is a download from mediafire with two videos: Free File Hosting Made Simple - MediaFire
I would be pleased to name the original uploader but am to lazy to search the thread, sorry for this.
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I am pretty fired up because I just managed to unblock the paralysis in my brain over chapter 2. It's been literally weeks that I've struggled to get through it, constantly going back and going back and lapsing into unconciousness and then going back over it again. What finally sorted it out for me was putting my notes and structuring them in wikipedia.
It's not finished. In fact it's only chapters 1 and 2. My aim is to do the whole of RPCBBB and then add more authors like Lance Beggs, Duddella and Voigt. Obviously it's wikipedia so anyone can join in and add to it.
Any criticism welcome. If you don't criticise it, don't worry, wikipedia editors definitely will. They seem to be the biggest bunch of anal librarians I ever met.
Ironically now I look at it, the article doesn't seem that structured. Maybe I've just assimilated enough of it for it to make sense.
The introduction was the hardest part - trying to write an objective intro to price action trading was not simple.
Then the sections - I thought about trying to categorise it all, but in the end, it defied categorization. Brooks has done as much as I think is possible already with his chapter structure.
I had put links back to this forum because I considered it an obviously huge source for further info about price action trading - but the links were deleted by other editors with the warning that internet forums are not encyclopedic enough to link to in a wikipedia article. I even had it in a seperate "Additional Reading" section but it's not kosher. I'm still trying to think up a way to link back to futures.io (formerly BMT) from the article because I think it's crazy not to, but it might have to be cleverly worded to sound good to a librarian
On a different subject, it seems the new Al Brooks books have been delayed until January next year.
You can discover what your enemy fears most by observing the means he uses to frighten you.
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