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Notes:

Omega-Tac = 64
Omega-Sac = 57

- OmegaWave Peak exhaustion level reached.
- Distinct Vega Trailing now higher than Omega-Abs residual after OmegaWave intersection.
- OmegaWave entering compression phase.
- OmegaWave signal reversal imminent.
- Time = 14:45

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Just got an idea. I can test this along with the current OmegaWave entry protocol.

OmegaWave is all about momentum. Currently, the signal logic utilized the residual momentum after the Omega-Absolute intersection with the OmegaWave (the details of which have been described many times inside this thread).

Question: What would happen if I simply point my trade in the direction of the Global Signal (seen in most all the chart pics inside this thread) at the start of each H1 bar?

That a very interesting question and I'll jump on it during the start of the 1600 hr H1 bar. If my hunch is correct, that initial trade should yield at least 1/4 (25%) of the total available Omega-Absolute for the hour. I visually did that during this hour and thus far, the net pips on a Short trade immediately at the open of 1500, has been 17 pips thus far, which is 32.78% of the current OmegaWave median value (Omega-Tac + Omega-Sac / 2).

This won't be enough to lead all the way to the Omega-Abs intersection with OmegaWave, but it could provide another high probability trading opportunity, given the need for Omega to develop.

So, the key would be the strength of the Global Signal at the time of entry and I'll have to start recording that data in order to see if there is any correlation between Omega-Abs and Global Signal magnitude at H1 Bar = Time 00:00.

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Following along with that idea...

Global Signal at start of H1 1500 bar:



Result after 25% move on H1 bar:


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1600 Global Start to 25% OmegaWave: Short at 3443.1



Let's see how this idea works out.

OmegaWave (Omega-Tac + Omega-Sac / 2) = 55 pips
Target = 25% of OmegaWave, or 13.75 pips.
Current: +8.5 pips
Closed at 3450.
Net: -6.9 pips.

MFE = +10.1 pips.

So, with the OmegaWave in compression phase, it looks like I'll need to adjust downward the pip target, as that target was missed by about 3-4 pips before the Wave took things in the opposite direction.

Also, it looks like this could provide some insight into when the internal H1 pivot may occur. If by the end of the M30 bar, H1 Omega has not reached at least 25%, then I have to wonder if that triggers an internal pivot in the H1 - given the fact that Omega typically wants to expand, even when under compression.

So, now I have two more internal key performance indicators to look for and record. I'll try another one in the 1700 hour and see what the MFE looks like then.

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Stepped away from my desk and missed the 1600 OmegaWave signal. It was Long at 1.3486. Did not participate.

Correction - the Long entry would have been 1.34876, not 1.3486.

Exit on the end of the hour at 1.3498.
Net: +10.4 (unrealized)

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Did not take 1700 hr Entry on Global Signal at H1 start. Having some problems with TinyPic - trying to switch over to PhotoBucket.

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Photobucket test:



Too fuzzy.

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ImageShack test:



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1700 OmegaWave pending.

To try an ease the typing load, I'm going to simply post a trade profile from now on with the pic of the screen at the end of the trade. That way, I don't get caught trying to manage a trade and getting an image posted at the same time, which adversely impacts my trade management (entries and exists).

Entry Profiles will look like this:

Time of Trade
Name of Trade Type
Direction
Entry Level
Pips Expected
Stop (if used)

Exit Profiles will look like this:

Disposition of trade
Exit Level
Net pips

The pic will then appear underneath the exit profile showing the results.

Mike:

If possible (just an idea), it would be nice if there was a way for you to add Templates to the Trade Journal portion of the forum. Essentially, it would be user definable such that one could create their own Trade Profile Templates under their username (like above) and then simply fill in each line before posting (return key would tab down to the next field in the template). This would greatly expedite posts and put more focus on trading - if this is possible, of course.

Just an idea.

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Entry Profiles:

1800
Global on Start of H1 to 25% of OmegaWave
Short
3451.4
14.62
None

Notes: 50 Minutes remaining. Paying more attention to the volatility in the M5/M15/M30 bars and looking to see if there is a correlation in their Omega-Abs values that points to a possible H1 pivot, if H1 fails to yield 25% of its Omega-Abs by the end of the first 30 minutes or so. First 15 minutes sees MAE of about 16% of Omega-Abs. I'll start tracking quarter hour data on MAE as well, to see if there is additional correlation. MFE has been negligible during the first 15 minutes of the hour.

Closed
3468.1
-16.7 pips

An almost exact repeat of the first attempt, with something of an explosive M5 move after about 16% of Omega-Abs. This one ran through the OmegaWave entry to the upside (which I missed again due to typing the notes). So, at this point, with back-to-back failures to produce 25% in the Global direction - I cannot say that there is concern for finding correlation between the two that would be consistent enough for me to trade.

Back to OmegaWave on Intersection.

1900 hr pending....

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Next - I will try setting Entry Orders at the anticipated OmegaWave Intersection. This should provide me with more entry precision on faster moving markets. I will still manually control the Stop and the Limit, however.

I'll also be trying a different Trigger level for the OmegaWave itself. Looking at the historical data taken from the indicator, I wonder if the added risk of entering at a lower Omega-Abs level such as Minimum Omega-Absolute, can be offset by a larger number of trades that have higher profit range opportunities.

1900, now on deck.

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I'm down to about $95 buck in the Education Fund. So, I'm going to have pick up the pace quite a bit. But, of course - this is how I've done it for 11 years.

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1900
OmegaWave
Long
3472.1
20
None

Notes: So, on this one, I'm using roughly 50% of Minimum Omega-Absolute at the entry level. If this runs to MnO, its a free 20 pips. If it runs to MxO, its a nice 48.9, as MxO is still 73.9 pips. MnO was struck and the structure of the trade was good. However, the added risk to the trade by accelerating the entry, caused too much draw. Since the OmegaWave is in its compression phase, the Omega-Absolute range gets squeezed and that places a premium on the Timing of the entry. So, I like the structure, but I will have to find a better early entry rule, if I intend to use these before the OmegaWave Intersection. Got the Minimum Omega-Absolute strike, but too much draw consumed the profits.

Closed
3472.8
BE




Omega-Absolute turned into Blue Bars, indicating a Wave in compression phase. This makes the weak move in Omega-Absolute to its Minimum level (Purple Solid Line) clearer. Not surprising given the late hour in the trading session.

I'll continue to play with the early entry into OmegaWave trades by making adjustments to the ratio of Omega-Abs consumed before entry, to the Minimum Omega-Abs Value. I believe there will be a sweet spot found somewhere between that range of volatility on the H1 bar under normal market conditions.

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If Photobucket doesn't work well then try imgur . com for the image hosting, it is by far the best and largest site now. It beat tinypic, photobucket and all those other sites in a matter of months because it doesn't suck like them. In fact it is in the top 50 (correction: 100) most visited sites now according to alexa.

Also, poor Einstein BBC News - Speed-of-light experiments give baffling result at Cern

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Day 5 Pip Results:

-299.9
+3.4
+10.4
-16.7
BE

Totals: -302.8

Days remaining = 15 of 20

Overall, I can't place to much weight on the negative side of OmegaWave today, given all the tweaking midstream that I was doing with it. I'll be doing some more tweaking tomorrow on the entry as well, trying to maximize profits while minimizing risk, which is always a difficult thing to do. It is either going to come down to sticking with the standard OmegaWave Intercept entry protocol, or using an earlier entry while assuming the responsibility of added draw risk in return for a higher profit range. The standard entry worked well on all OmegaWave signals today, once again - though I did not trade most of them due to making tweaks and being held hostage by residual Fed new yesterday. However, I expect to see better entry opportunities tomorrow.

Looking forward to Friday at 1200 hrs GMT and the task of recovering a paltry 302.8 pips.

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If Photobucket doesn't work well then try imgur . com for the image hosting, it is by far the best and largest site now. It beat tinypic, photobucket and all those other sites in a matter of months because it doesn't suck like them. In fact it is in the top 50 (correction: 100) most visited sites now according to alexa.

Also, poor Einstein BBC News - Speed-of-light experiments give baffling result at Cern

"But for now, he explained, 'we are not claiming things, we want just to be helped by the community in understanding our crazy result - because it is crazy'. 'And of course the consequences can be very serious.'"


While I would suspect that 15 thousand runs are sufficient to cause concern, I would also expect that additional independent research projects would be undertaken at times that also took into account the amount of high energy solar radiation from sun flares that propagate back to and penetrate the earth's surface. If the muon's are changing at the target, then we need to know whether or not the changes are normative or abnormally derived.

My initial guess would be interference from CME in the M to Xn classification, but that's a shot in the "dark".

Otherwise, if we are going faster than light photons, then that does seem to change a lot (the understatement of the century).

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Otherwise, if we are going faster than light photons, then that does seem to change a lot (the understatement of the century).

Yes indeed! Now with the rest of your reply I understand very little of what you said. As you can probably already tell by my writing style. But I will blame that on my young age for now hehe.

Have you reached your original revenue goal yet? The one where you were about 7.5% the way in 2006 I believe.

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1200 OmegaWave
Long
3466.8
3501.6 (dynamic target)
+18.3 pips

Notes:

MnO struck at 0900. No MxO strike prior to 1200. Optimal entry was at OmegaWave Intersection and that was 3461.7. I missed that due to being about 20 minutes late to work today. One thing I've noticed for certain is that the Timing of the OmegaWave entry has to be precise. Failed Timing on the entry seems to result in significant draw.

Here's where I run into an unsolved problem. My dynamic target is greater than the number of pips yielded during the hour in which the signal was derived. I'm supposed to exit the trade at the end of the hour, or when the target is struck within the hour. So, for now - I'll exit on the hour and look for the next OmegaWave in the next hour, until I can do more study to find the nexus between unmet dynamic targets across contiguous hours.

Closed
3478.9
+12.1 pips





Results:


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I don't yet have a targeting algorithm for the OmegaWave yet as I mentioned earlier in the thread. So, I expect those to be rather sloppy. The certification process does not require targeting as a metric because its already a part of the larger system. As long as I get good launches to every signal, that's enough for me to certify. I'll deal with the targeting at a later stage.

Looks like 3501.6 was a good target in hindsight, but it would not come within the hour of the signal, which is another problem I'm going to have to work through at a later time.

1300 on deck...

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1300
OmegaWave (option 1)
Long
3506.2 (dynamic)
3545.6 (MxO)
-2.1

Closed
3501.9
-4.3 pips



Results:




1300
OmegaWave (option 2)
Short
3458 (dynamic)
3429.1 (MxO)
Removed

Note:

*** All entries and all targets are dynamic and subject to change right up until they are executed. I cannot post those minute details on-time in such a forum as this ***

Long Entry option has been adjusted and triggered.
Short Entry option has been removed.

MnO has not been struck during this hour, and there are only 15 min remaining. So, either this hour's Omega-Abs gets really compressed during the middle of a Daily Omega-Abs expansion cycle, or price is about to have a small scale explosion for about 20-30 pips.

1400 on deck...

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Held the last one a little bit longer into the next hour, to see if the pop would slight after the 1300 hr, but ultimately had no rule for holding the trade.

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On the Daily bar, price is getting choked at the Daily open level. This is causing the congestion on the smaller time frames in the short term. There's been no new Daily high or low based on yesterday's high and low, so this further frustrates price and causes even more congestion. So, I'll sit tight and be patient while waiting for a good OmegaWave to float by.

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1400
OmegaWave
Long
3498.1
3524.9 (removed)
3553.8 (second target - fixed)
+31.9 pips

Closed
3530.5
+ 32.4 pips

Notes:

Entry came a little early in the OmegaWave cycle this time. You might notice the use of some Fibonacci ratios today. I spent most of the evening after trading, working on finding a better way to enter OmegaWave trades as early as possible without increasing risk proportionately. I'm basically using what I call the M1-127 Entry protocol. It uses the M1 chart to locate 2B Vic Entries, but modifies the entry rules that 2B Vic utilizes.

H1 time frame seems to be having some difficulty striking the Minimum Omega-Abs consistently today. This is probably caused by the proximity to the Daily open, which has already been breached to the upside multiple times today and rejected in favor of downside pressure. Momentum trades are obviously dependent upon Omega-Abs follow through. Failure to continue the short term Trajectory results in stalled hour bars and congested price areas. There was a lot of that earlier in the EURUSD session today, during the U.K. period.

Since MnO has not yet been reached, I am removing target 1 and seeking target 2. MnO (Omega-Absolute = 45 pips) just breached with 12 minutes remaining in the H1 bar. The Daily open has been retraced fully. Whether or not the market can sustain that pace remains to be seen, but MxO (Maximum Omega-Absolute = 74 pips) is still lurking.

Closing position ahead of the hour by 6 minutes.

1500 hour pending...



Results:


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Illustrative:

Last Omega-Absolute Value bar (Yellow bar inside H1 Indicator Window) reached 60 pips. So, it passed the Minimum Omega-Absolute Value (MnO), but failed to reach Maximum Omega-Absolute Value (MxO). There have been two bars during the U.K. session that came close to MxO, but did not strike it. MxO typically gets struck at least one time per Daily session during normal EURUSD price behavior.


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1500
OmegaWave
Long
3544.4
3541.3 (1st - revised)
3570.3 (2nd - revised)
-39.9 pips

Notes:

I entered right on the head of a downward spike against the position, so this one is a rough start. I may do a quick release on the 1st target and might not have the time to post it quickly.

MnO = 1st target
MxO = 2nd target

MnO has not yet been struck for this bar, but there is still 35 minutes remaining in the 1500 H1.

A rather bizarre hour that ended up fading short. I will hold this draw into the next hour and set a target for BE. Again, no strike on MnO this hour - a rather odd occurrence. Directional quality of the market was Long, MnO had not been reached, so that kept me in the position and it should be the same things that make BE possible - we'll see.

Most OmegaWave trades should terminate by the end of the hour. This will be the first OmegaWave trade Hold put on today.

1600 = 1500 Long hold.

Targets 1 and 2 have been revised for 1600. If the newly revised target 1 of the 1600 hr remains intact, then the OmegaWave should take price to BE like a laser guided missile -IF- (that's if) OmegaWave does not enter its Compression Phase. Having said that, with Friday being a short session, the OmegaWave just might be going into hibernation for the week, which puts this trade into another Draw Trap and forces a Weekend Hold.

Targets 1 and 2 have been revised again for 1600, pushing the MnO target (3541.3) below the estimated BE point. So, this trade is officially in a Draw Trap, making recovery 100% of BE less than likely.

Closed
3474.5
-69.9

1600 (re-open: Hold 1700, Hold 1800, Hold 1900)
OmegaWave
Long
3483.9
3502 (released)
3531 (2nd revised)
+12.7 pips

Notes:

*** 1st and 2nd targets version 4 *** *** Targets are dynamic and will be revised again ***

1500 OmegaWave got caught with its pants down in a Draw Trap. 1600 OmegaWave got triggered just underneath its MnO, which means it that price has a chance to extend through the OmegaWave cycle if it continues to the upside. So, there will be no Weekend Hold on 1500 OmegaWave.

Will be looking for some revival of upside tendency during H1 1700.

End of 1600 came with no follow through on its targets as Omega-Abs exhausted near 3502. So, at this point, the 1500 OmegaWave trade went out of phase and slid into 1600 which had no follow through and was directionally opposed to 1500. Looking for corrective OmegaWave to begin with 1700 from very near its open level. If that happens, recovery is somewhat likely, as MxO has still not been struck in today's session.

1600 = 1700 Hold Long. Target revision (above).

At this stage, the only saving grace for the failure of OmegaWave 1500, is OmegaWave 1700 and its Maximum Target, which is MxO = 3531.8. That would give 47.9 net pips back and right the ship before too much OmegaWave compression sets in for the session.

This is a critical H1 bar, as the entire H1 sub-straight is attempting to transition from Short Trajectory to Long Trajectory. This is another reason why we see so much H1 Omega-Absolute weakness in the market today. Recall what I said earlier in the thread about major "trend" changes on the horizon when H1 Omega-Absolute performance starts to compress.

If this H1 candle can remain in its Spinning Top configuration or better, then that will help to facility the H1 time-frame reversal, which actually began yesterday mid-session.

That was two very slowly changing moving average cross-overs on the M1 (using MA8 and MA21) just took place back-to-back. The first came during the 1500 hour to the Short side and the second is underway now in the 1700 hour to the Long side. If the second M1 cross-over is sustained, then that would provide more support for an eventual H1 MA8/MA21 cross-over in several hours - to the Long side of the market. More indication of an eventual H1 sub-straight transition from the Short Trajectory to the Long Trajectory.

1st 1700 target has been struck on MnO. Awaiting arrival of 2nd target at MxO. Omega-Abs has still not yet seen its MxO today. So, that is still lurking.

Note:

1700 = 1800. Holding Long.

Targets 1 and 2 have been revised (see profile above). Version 2 of the target revision has brought the 1st target back above the BE level. If target 2 holds and MxO is struck, that will yield a profit of roughly +30 pips.

Another M1 impending cross to the downside, putting the trade once again in direct contention with the OmegaWave. Also, creating another out of phase OmegaWave event. However, the market have have a good chance of reversing this downside move on the M1, and resume the upward move through the H1 time frame.

Targets 1 and 2 have been revised (see profile above). Version 3, lowers both targets and moves target #1, out of contention as the restoration move to BE. Target two, however, still has restoration potential. Market should not move below 3465 during 1800.

A weak 2B Vic Long Entry tried to form, underneath this current OmegaWave Long Hold, but it does not seem to want to catalyze the move upward. Omega-Absolute on this our expanding downward and still out of phase with current position on weak Omega-Absolute performance. Only a slight improvement of the earlier Draw Trap.

Another very smooth M1 MA8/MA21 roll over the top to the downside this hour, placing the Low Peak of the 1800 hr M1 MA8, above the Low Peak of the 17 hr M1 MA8, which creates an M1 MA8 support line, near the 3482 level.

Price does holds right at the 3465 level as expected for the 1800 hr, with 1 minute remaining before 1900.

1800 = 1900. Holding Long. Version 4 targets have been revised (see above profile). Once again, looking for Target 2, Version 4, to bailout an out of phase OmegaWave trade that has been held hostage now since hour 1500 - four hours of being inside the Draw Trap and behind the power curve. MxO is still lurking and untouched for this session. Looking for OmegaWave to line-up with Direction for a decent finish to the trading day, as the Friday close is nearing and end of week OmegaWave compression is imminent.

In phase, out of phase, in phase, out of phase and back in phase. That's pretty much the signature of today's performance. Back in phase on Omega-Absolute this time and looking for a strike on its MxO/Target 2.

Target 1 (MnO) struck/released. Seeking target 2 (MxO). Once again, MxO seems a bit hard to breach today.

A possible 2B Vic Short entry if price breaks below Ask = 3492.6. That would run against current Long Hold (I am not trading the 2B Vic today).







Current Chart during 1700 H1: (Two out of last three Omega-Absolute Value bars [Yellow], did not reach Minimum Omega-Absolute Value level)



A fairly week 2B Vic Long Entry triggering underneath this OmegaWave Long Hold:



Normal 2B Vic Short Entry Possibility - if price breaks below Key Bar Entry level at Ask = 3492.6:


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Odd how Jet Trader dropped off the radar screen. Although he generously shared his system with us, there were a few tiny little areas that could benefit from further explanation.

In the bottom panel are theta waves, which take into account the harmonic fluctuations of the quantum vacuum.

Superposition of the isochronous and asynchronous components yields the plot of minimum energy in Panel 1.

The complex harmonic waves can be approximated by the summation of idealized sine waves representing simple harmonic motion.

Isochronous - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For additional information regarding omega waves, refer to the following.


Wave function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The imaginary components of the quadrature terms must not be neglected in the analysis.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quadrature_phase-shift_keying

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It's soccer daemon here and good to see pop back to some forum posting again :-)

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Talking to oneself is tiring after a while, you know... but don't despair, he has littered every trading forum with his drivel in the past and will sooner or later resurface again, posting the latest developments on his systems.

Meanwhile,I suggest we brush up on quantum mechanics and finally grasp that string theory to keep up with Stealth- err, Jettrader so that may finally get a grip on what Jet is talking about in his journal.

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Odd how Jet Trader dropped off the radar screen. Although he generously shared his system with us, there were a few tiny little areas that could benefit from further explanation.


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