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Dax long 09:30 to 12:00

entry @ 9603
exit @ 9594 (SL)
result minus 9 points

tight stop

Last trading day for the Dax this year.
Volume low. New ATH still.
Not much vola expected. Closing 14:00!!

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This prolonged week had three trades

two negative trades (-7 -9 points)
one postive trade (5 points)
weekly result -11 points
points since week 2/2013: 1030

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Hi GFI
great result!
all the best for 2014 and CU some day.

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Last day of the year - time to look back on the two years:



Both years show nearly the same final result although the fact that markets developped differently.
In 2012 every week had mostly 5 trades. In 2013 the trades went down to 3 per week. The rule
change was quite effective as two needless trades during every week could be skipped.
At the moment there are no optimizing effects in sight - so the rule set will be the same for starting
into 2014.

Have a good start into next year!
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Great 2 years @GFIs1 - your discipline and consistency is what I still search for - hand it over !!

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Super Resultat. Herzliche Gratulation, "e guete Rutsch" und viel Erfolg im 2014!

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Great and very consistent results @GFIs1, keep up your good work !

I wish you all the best for 2014, Happy New Year !

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Happy New Year!

The Friday Dax trade of the first half week of 2014 will NOT take place:
Thursday's day range in the Dax is with 231 points (short) way out!
What a beginning of the year ;-)
So not trade before Monday.
Have a great weekend

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Dax long 10:00 to 13:00

entry @ 9424
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result 39 points

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Dax short 09:30 to 15:30

entry @ 9498
exit @ 9501
result minus 3 points

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shorts still difficult - low volume

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Dax short 09:30 to 13:30

entry @ 9476
exit @ 9487 (tight SL)

result minus 11 points

very dull market without volume this morning
no pattern following - so better to get out
to begin the year positive

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First week of this year 2014 had three trades

two negative (-11 -3 points)
one positive (+39 points)
weekly result plus 25 points

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very dull market without volume this morning
no pattern following - so better to get out

Yes indeed, I took your exact same entry later in the morning, sat on it for one hour and dropped it for -2T for the same reason. Then I had to go out to collect new spectacles - maybe I get a clearer view of life and charts next week!

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Dax short 10:30 to 13:00

entry @ 9518
exit @ 9498
result 20 points

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Dax has tested lower ground in the first 30min - might head down
quite a bit in the next hours (after 10:30)

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Dax short 10:30 to 13:00

entry @ 9632
exit @ 9638 (SL)
result minus 6 points

Interesting start with gap up and strong upmove.
So SL tight as the underlying trend is still very bullish...
..new ATH in first 30 minutes

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Dax short 09:30 to 13:30

entry @ 9749
exit @ 9759 SL
result minus 10 points

IB volume not so high as on the two trending days this week.
SL still tight as this is a reversal trade

Still too much bullish movements to get the normal pattern.

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This week had 3 short trades: 20 - 6 - 10 points

weekly result plus 4 points
Result since beginning of the year plus 29 points

tough positions during a bullish week

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Result since beginning of the year plus 29 points

tough positions during a bullish week

GFIs1

Sure that around ATH touched several times a short attempt is riskier - therefore the stop loss is
adapted to this special situation to get without a big loss.
This is the only time where a trade has to be watched here in this system. Normall the SL settings
are only desaster stops to be out of noise but near enough to let not losers run

Have a great weekend
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PS: Trading is NOT a 100m race...
It IS a MARATHON

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Dax short 12:30 to 15:00

entry @ 9733
exit @ 9714
result plus 19 points

thin signal - so SL tight
expecting to see bulls exhausted by lunch time

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How tight a stop?

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How tight a stop?

today 8 points...
as US is closed - either it works or we do not invest too much.

Good trades
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Dax short 09:30 to 15:30

entry @ 9758
exit @ 9758 (entry stop)
result 0 points

some conso expected today

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left points on the table
setup was ok - BUT
the bulls were stepping in earlier than normally

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There were no important numbers in this week...
Then there is the start of the main company numbers (normally the ones
with the biggest impact).
So... the numbers are getting down the price - at least for this moment
to come back to test some lower price.

Now the answer to intro question: the overheated bullish development HAS
to come back to certain levels - at LEAST:
on Wednesday's

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PS - to put some weight on that:
Roger Federer has just pushed out Murray in the quarters of Aussie Open

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PS - to put some weight on that:
Roger Federer has just pushed out Murray in the quarters of Aussie Open

He's Scottish when he loses.

Just a shame the cricketers aren't.

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He's Scottish when he loses.

... but if He wins - he gets a special Smack from the First QUEEN :-D

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only lonely traders do not get nothing ;-)
either one travels to Australia -
or no diamonds are coming...

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setup was ok - BUT
the bulls were stepping in earlier than normally

Yes, the little cash sweetie might have put a 'B' or 5th/i'th/v'th wave high in yesterday, she's pondering what to call it now...


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Yes, the little cash sweetie might have put a 'B' or 5th/i'th/v'th wave high in yesterday, she's pondering what to call it now...

Near the All Time High - some shorts are.. hmm ALWAYS difficult to play.
I am considering to adjust my Wednesday short rule to this very rare occasion

..NO - of course not - as the rules need to work without gazing at special occasions.

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Dax short 9:30 to 14:30

entry @ 9643
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result 104 points

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This week had three trades (of course week 4/2014)

One neutral trade 0 points
two positive trades (19 + 104 points)
weekly result plus 123 points

Total points since week 2: 152

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just subscribed.

as a european trader i have quick question for you GFIs1: for platform you stated "other", may i ask what platform you are using ?

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Hi @ChannelTrader

I am using Linnsofts InvestorRT for the bigger picture as well some Ichimoku Charts for support/resistance
as well as a five day profile for the "faster" areas... just browse a bit through the journal to watch mentioned
charts.
For trading the system in this journal here - there is no specific need of a chart though:
Just the rules and a calculator - thats all!

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Dax short 9:30 to 14:30

***result 104 points

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Day range around 275 points... (not EOD yet)
and only that little?
Yes - the outcome of the US numbers this afternoon was not clear
so the profit was of the Dax movement before US only.

Now looking forward to the next week:
Don't wait to see a trade here before Wednesday!

Happy weekend!
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Happy weekend!
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Same to you, fantastic trade, Maestro!

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Today - the price of the Dax future was diving through TenkanSen and
landed softly in the last trading minute on the KijunSen which is a major support
in this phase using Ichimoku:



The daily chart shows this rare long downmove as a consolidation in this strong bullish move.

From this point some upmove within the next 2 trading days are highly probable - and as YOU
can guess GFIs1's wednesday will then be the next short
(looking at all january trades more winners came from short trades despite the bulls)

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Today - the price of the Dax future was diving through TenkanSen and
landed softly in the last trading minute on the KijunSen which is a major support
in this phase using Ichimoku:



The daily chart shows this rare long downmove as a consolidation in this strong bullish move.

From this point some upmove within the next 2 trading days are highly probable - and as YOU
can guess GFIs1's wednesday will then be the next short
(looking at all january trades more winners came from short trades despite the bulls)

GFIs1

Nice trades. Congrats. Its nice that you post your trades before taking them, so we can watch them develop.

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Dax short 9:30 to 14:30

entry @ 9643
exit @ 9539
result 104 points

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Hi GFIs1,

You are an inspiration and very impressive.
Congrats on your big win and very inspiring.

Wishing you the best,

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Day range around 275 points... (not EOD yet)

Quite a heavy move in one day.
Futurestrader 71 has tweeted to this topic:



11K dollars IS a great win per car if you take the full range of the day :-)
BUT - if you are betting on the false direction - the loss would be the same height
Therefore during volatile days (expecting to see some more this week) it is
important to use SL wisely.

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Dax short 09:30 to 14:30

entry @ 9533
exit @ 9387
result 146 points

Up gap and bullish start - SL tight

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Today a Dax short from 09:30 to 15:30

entry @ 6355

exit @ 6385 (SL)

result minus 30 points

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comment: yesterday's hi/low range was very near my 150points no-go rule..

Just a quick question- why move the stop to 30 points? I thought the rule was 15 point stop??


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Just a quick question- why move the stop to 30 points? I thought the rule was 15 point stop??


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Hi Colin

My normal stops are at 30 points - just to be out of noise.
If the situation gives a tight stop - that can be 8 or 15 points.
Such is the case when in the morning the signal is "thin".

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My normal stops are at 30 points - just to be out of noise.
If the situation gives a tight stop - that can be 8 or 15 points.
Such is the case when in the morning the signal is "thin".

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Ok thanks.I generally run a system similar to yours, but I always use a hard stop of 12 points regardless.

Thanks again!

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Reducing to the max:

Looking at my weekday statistic over the last 2 years - wednesday shorts taken (>90% of the time)
gave the highest payback
It was over 35% of all gains of the week.
There is a possibility to play this game ONLY on wednesday's but with a bit more risk.

Was just thinking loud.
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Reducing to the max:
Looking at my weekday statistic over the last 2 years - wednesday shorts taken (>90% of the time)
gave the highest payback

GFIs1

For the UK spread betters there are many companies offering a bet on higher / lower price of an index
from entry to end of day.
Looking at that mentioned result - plus the wednesday short strategy one could only bet with higher
leverage on such a wednesday daily bet - and surely win:
this would reduce even more to the max. YES!! thanks boys and girl for the THANKS

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This leads to the ultimate winning indicator:

GFIs1's ONE trade per week INDY ;-)

No need to have a chart package - no need to download any indicator - no need to sit
in front of the screen all day long:

Just hop in on Wednesday to take your short in time.

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This leads to the ultimate winning indicator:

GFIs1's ONE trade per week INDY ;-)

No need to have a chart package - no need to download any indicator - no need to sit
in front of the screen all day long:

Just hop in on Wednesday to take your short in time.

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...I'm just missing the download link...

And BTW...I think you'll get a VERY nice profit from today's trade...

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there is a saying among traders "never go short on a tuesday"

as of now you can add "but always on wednesday" ;-)

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This leads to the ultimate winning indicator:

GFIs1's ONE trade per week INDY ;-)

No need to have a chart package - no need to download any indicator - no need to sit
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Just hop in on Wednesday to take your short in time.

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Your filters and SL ARE the secret sauce.

Going SHORT from 0930 to 1300 every Wed from 2009 with no stops would have netted you around minus 600 points (meaning losing!). All according to my quick knock up excel sheet anyways. 135 of the 260 trade days the Wed price was higher at 1300.


Quick Edit: - Although in 2012 and 2013 the SHORT play would have won you 200 points (all without stops etc)

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...I'm just missing the download link...

The missing link.. Goes here:
You contribute 4 elite memberships to the new created futures.io (formerly BMT) Fund for Poor Traders (futures.io (formerly BMT) FfPT).
A poor trader has to proof to have busted the account once to get elite membership for free then.
In return you (the contributor) get a free ONE year profit eMail for your weekly wednesday trade.
This letter is of course sent only once. The easy to read proposition will state "GO SHORT!" 50x

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Your filters and SL ARE the secret sauce.

Going SHORT from 0930 to 1300 every Wed from 2009 with no stops would have netted you around minus 700 points (meaning losing!). All according to my quick knock up excel sheet anyways. 190 of the 360 trade days the Wed price was higher at 1300.


Quick Edit: - Although in 2012 and 2013 the SHORT play would have won you 200 points (all without stops etc)

May you quickly ask your excel sheet how entering on wednesday 09:00 short and holding til' EOD had brought 2009 to now? Just to see the spread bet wins...
Thanks for your help.

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You contribute 4 elite memberships to the new created futures.io (formerly BMT) Fund for Poor Traders (futures.io (formerly BMT) FfPT).
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In return you (the contributor) get a free ONE year profit eMail for your weekly wednesday trade.
This letter is of course sent only once. The easy to read proposition will state "GO SHORT!" 50x

Happy wednesday trading
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LOL....I was already tempted to subscribe and shout out "DEAL" until I got to the last sentence of your post.

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Done for the day..
All month short
and up 298 points to begin the year

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From 2009 the Wed 0900 to 1730 short lost 16 points total on the EOD exit.
Looking at just 2012 and 2013 you'd have won 600 points.

The 2012-2013 Mon long got you 900 points, Tue Long 300, Thur Long 700, Fri Short 70 points just out of interest.

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From 2009 the Wed 0900 to 1730 short lost 16 points total on the EOD exit.
Looking at just 2012 and 2013 you'd have won 600 points.

The 2012-2013 Mon long got you 900 points, Tue Long 300, Thur Long 700, Fri Short 70 points just out of interest.


Nice results! Thanks @sixtyseven

So the filters seem to be helpful under these circumstances...
hmm - so I must sit again at the trading desk

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... nearly 350 points down from day's high and not finished.
Smells that 9'000 are within reach again.

Means NO more GFIs1 trade this week

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This week had one trade

weekly plus 146 points
Result since week 2 2014: plus 298 points

Have a great loong weekend
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This week had one trade

weekly plus 146 points
Result since week 2 2014: plus 298 points

Have a great loong weekend
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Why no trade on Friday?I thought the rule was NO trade the NEXT day if the range was so large on the day in question??

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Why no trade on Friday?I thought the rule was NO trade the NEXT day if the range was so large on the day in question??

Cheers

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Rule says NO trade one day after day was >150 points AND
two days after day HiLo was >250 points
In my experience I have no 350 points rule yet

As for friday - the normal rule set will not work.
I try to give out a trade for friday near 9:30 - but I will not take it
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Rule says NO trade one day after day was >150 points AND
two days after day HiLo was >250 points
In my experience I have no 350 points rule yet

As for friday - the normal rule set will not work.
I try to give out a trade for friday near 9:30 - but I will not take it
into my system trades here in this thread.

Hope this helps
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Ah, makes sense now!! Thanks for clarification!! Enjoy your Evening with a few well earned beers!

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weekly plus 146 points
Result since week 2 2014: plus 298 points

Have a great loong weekend
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End of quarter comes early then!!

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End of quarter comes early then!!

..have to go slowly now. Last year the 300 was knocked first in week 9 but some
crawling back made the "steep" up very weak.
Only from week 14 it went from 265 straight to 444.
Trading now day to day - as they say in tennis: every ball counts!

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"Trading now day to day"

Does that mean you could be tempted to place a trade tmmrw? ( Thurs) hahaha.Or do the rules still apply?.Hence the old addage " Slowly slowly catchy the monkey" etc...

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Today's normal Friday trade will not take place.. as the rules say and I discussed in earlier post.

My proposal is Dax short 09:30 to 13:30
expecting some downmove / drop for end of month.

entry @ 9319
exit @ 9234
result plus 85 points: THEORETICAL result - does not count in the system's base

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Hi there I'm a new member to this site but have been following the DAX for a couple of years. I'm interested in the stats behind the moves, for example when drops over 250 points what is the average rebound value; how often does the DAX fill the gap and strange out of hours spikes.

Has anyone else researched these trends?

GFIs I like your thread but can't find any updated twitter trade logs? Do you post live trades or only when the results are in, it would be useful if you could post live trades!

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Hi there I'm a new member to this site but have been following the DAX for a couple of years. I'm interested in the stats behind the moves, for example when drops over 250 points what is the average rebound value; how often does the DAX fill the gap and strange out of hours spikes.

Has anyone else researched these trends?

Hi gentlemensrelish

My patterns only tell me to do not trade for one day when 150p range was yesterday - and two days if yesterday's
range was 250 points.. I have no statistics about the rebounds - as they are not of interest in my view.
But as seen the last week - these two rules held - and the system made positive gains and omitted losses on these
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GFIs I like your thread but can't find any updated twitter trade logs? Do you post live trades or only when the results are in, it would be useful if you could post live trades!

1) I dropped twitter - as I am doing all here and with more details on futures.io (formerly BMT)
2) There is no time to read the chart in the morning, analize, posting on twitter, writing on futures.io (formerly BMT) AND take the trade on different accounts - at THE SAME time...
3) I am posting all my trades in advance here on futures.io (formerly BMT) - you just need to be here around 09:30 when I post decisions.
Then after the first post - I am adding the entry price and the exit price. To end it (as when the SL was not hit) I am
adding my end price and the result. This is ALL in ONE POST - to avoid extra posting for every detail. As for it - the readers that are reading once per week it is much more convenient to see a trading day with details in one post.
As my regular readers may support this - my announcing is always with entry time and exit time - and most of the time I am
giving out a stop setting according to the condition at time.

Hope this helps!
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Wow that was a quick response, thank you!

You mention your system (rules such as 150 and 250 point drops) do you have these documented anywhere I would love to help you expand on these? Have you ever considered setting up your own DAX forum?

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GFIs

Wow that was a quick response, thank you!

You mention your system (rules such as 150 and 250 point drops) do you have these documented anywhere..

Read carefully the 117 pages of the thread - some minor changes occured to the trading rules - especially SL settings
over time and to trop Tuesday and Thursday trades as they did not add a big result.

The discussion here in the thread is about details - which might be different for every trader of course.
However the main and core rules are quite complicated and are based on a lot of things to check
to get the according entry and exit times on a given day.
So my whole system is not documented here - as it would throw most of the readers out of the race as they
do not have the necessary data at hand.
At last - I am giving all my advice here for free since more than two years and had never got a penny back

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Have you ever considered setting up your own DAX forum?

I have just consulted my glass ball - stating:

After having made enough to quit trading - I will first visit Mike in Equador for a COLD BEAR, thanks etc.
and then move on further to retire on Mauritius...
No need for more forums..

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Interesting bit of research I've been looking into on the DAX. If you want to gain 5 pips per day you can trade the gap on the DAX.

At open set a trade with a view of closing the gap from the previous session (we aren't looking for the full gap to be closed just a 5 pip profit); If DAX gaps up at open short with a 5 pip target, if DAX gaps down at open long with a 5 pip target.

Factors to look out for:

1. If Asia has dropped more than +0.4% and DAX gaps down sit on the side line
2. If Asia had risen more than +0.4% and DAX gaps up sit on the side line

If any one is interested I have historic data and back tests.

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At open set a trade with a view of closing the gap from the previous session (we aren't looking for the full gap to be closed just a 5 pip profit); If DAX gaps up at open short with a 5 pip target, if DAX gaps down at open long with a 5 pip target.

Factors to look out for:

1. If Asia has dropped more than +0.4% and DAX gaps down sit on the side line
2. If Asia had risen more than +0.4% and DAX gaps up sit on the side line

That rule set could be expanded with:
3. If opening price starts in daily Kumo then no gap trade

This helps you to omit loss in rough water.
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GFI - thanks for the input; can you expand on "daily Kumo" - are you referring to cloud patterns? These cloud patterns are calculated via moving averages (between 9 - 26 - 52 days from what I've seen before???). Do you have any reference material on the "daily Kumo"?

Do you use gap trading at the heart of your system?

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3. If opening price starts in daily Kumo then no gap trade

This helps you to omit loss in rough water.
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GFI - thanks for the input; can you expand on "daily Kumo" - are you referring to cloud patterns? These cloud patterns are calculated via moving averages (between 9 - 26 - 52 days from what I've seen before???). Do you have any reference material on the "daily Kumo"?

Do you use gap trading at the heart of your system?

Kumo or Cloud is part of the Ichimoku system and as you state this is what I am integrating for my core rules.
Meaning passing a "cloud" in a plane is about the same here in trading to see some turbulence aka "Blind Flight".
You will find these daily charts with Kumo if you search within this thread for "big picture" or "bigger picture".
Of course there is a lot of material about Ichimoku and clouds - depends on what you are looking for - the
technical aspect or how to trade it. There is a book from Karin Roller (which I have not read though) and she
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See this technical page and find a video describing details: Investor/RT - Ichimoku Kinko Hyo

About the gaps you are asking - these are important points to decide "when" to start a trade. As I am not trading
the gaps itself in the system here they still influence the starting points as well as the direction. My entry is never
before 09:30. So the gap itself is not part of the trade.
You can see that I am not looking for a fixed point goal but a good result with high probability and stops outside noise.

If you are looking for guys trading the gap you will find for threads here too.

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There are many definitions for gaps in total.
MY definition is based on this:
- only looking at cash trading hours
- measuring the Hi/Lo of the previous day

If price is within the previous day range I see NO gap even
if opening price is gapping to the close of yesterday.
If price is outside the previous day range there is a gap.

Then there are occurences within the first 30 minutes of the opening
where I look if the price has come back to previous day's range or not.
A second part is to see if the opening price is outside of 100% of previous
day's range.
All these tiny parts are important to see a highly probable direction for the
next 2 to 5 hours - as the "runner" should not be taken out too early.

Taking all things together to a "system" - we are only looking for patterns
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I have just consulted my glass ball - stating:

After having made enough to quit trading - I will first visit Mike in Equador for a COLD BEAR, thanks etc.
and then move on further to retire on Mauritius...
No need for more forums..

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No trade today as last trading day had a range of >150 points.
Looking forward to Wednesday.

Good start into february!
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ADD: "watching this stop fishing opening - I assume to see some more weird behaviour today - so better to stay away"

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No trade today as last trading day had a range of >150 points.
Looking forward to Wednesday.

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Will a short be placed on Wednesday at 09.30?

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Will a short be placed on Wednesday at 09.30?

LOL yes - highly probable - but only to decide in the opening phase..

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No trade today as last trading day had a range of >150 points.
Looking forward to Wednesday.

Good start into february!
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ADD: "watching this stop fishing opening - I assume to see some more weird behaviour today - so better to stay away"

...was well played!!!
no rule would have given a positive result.
expect still strange behaviour this afternoon especially when US markets start...
So stay at the sidelines to watch this ride



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Interesting chart today. Lots of strength on both FTSE & DAX first part of the morning session especially after a big fall on the Japanese market (3.6% and 100 point drop after the bell). 10:45 am CET the drop begins., with a low of circa 9070. The direction then changes with a high at circa 4:00 pm CET 9166, then the market weakens as the DOW runs out of puff. After the bell the strength of the DOW pulls up the DAX.

Interesting point the close of Monday 3rd Feb 9186 was not closed missing by 20 points!

Well done to those that caught the long bus at 9070!

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Well done to those that caught the long bus at 9070!

tomorrow's outlook may shorten the long and make some rupture...
so be alerted to short at the right moment...

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Jap 225 futures up +300 points if Asia bounces they may give the Dax some upward momentum; what's your hunch for a short?



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Dax short 10:30 to 14:30

entry @ 9145
exit @ 9100
result plus 45 points

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FTSE has bullish legs this morning and has helped the DAX to close the gap; a soon as gap closed down 10 point; those that shorted at gap closed my hat is off to you! If FTSE has momentum it may reduce decline on DAX


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FTSE has bullish legs this morning and has helped the DAX to close the gap; a soon as gap closed down 10 point; those that shorted at gap closed my hat is off to you! If FTSE has momentum it may reduce decline on DAX

Dax started lower - still under daily Kumo. Made a test of lower water in IB to move up (as foreseen).
At 10:00 the Einkaufsmanagerindex was pushing price with uncertainty down. That held for 2 minutes
Now I see the bulls exhausting around 10:30 - the perfect time to take a short which wanders underneath today's
low. The Dax will make the path without influence from Asia or footsie.
Seeing 9K killed VERY soon.
Actual - the turning point in the next 25 minutes might be Dax Future @ 9157! just my 2 cents

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Seeing 9K killed VERY soon.
Actual - the turning point in the next 25 minutes might be Dax Future @ 9157! just my 2 cents

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Turning point was (if it holds) 10:21 @ 9158.5
so the previewed entry time for a short was not too bad
and the prediction 1,5 points from reality

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Dax short 10:30 to 14:30

entry @ 9145
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result

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What is your profit target here? I can read the SL which would be @9180 are (if I am guessing right) but are u setting up any profit target in advance, or just letting the DAX ride, and let us know when to get out?

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What is your profit target here? I can read the SL which would be @9180 are (if I am guessing right) but are u setting up any profit target in advance, or just letting the DAX ride, and let us know when to get out?

Thank you for your journal, I am using a familiar methadology during the US market open with TF and YM

Thanks matevisky :-)
I am only riding the second wave - so today I will go out 14:30 exactly - with NO number target - but
only taking what market is giving.
Today I have set a hard stop at 9168 as I do not really expect price coming up to there
reason:
1) Kumo above price will not reenter
2) the turning point was made nearly to the point
3) system says short entry time 10:30 and that has passed

Nice to hear that you have same patterns in other instruments - may have to dive in too

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Thanks matevisky :-)
I am only riding the second wave - so today I will go out 14:30 exactly - with NO number target - but
only taking what market is giving.
Today I have set a hard stop at 9168 as I do not really expect price coming up to there
reason:
1) Kumo above price will not reenter
2) the turning point was made nearly to the point
3) system says short entry time 10:30 and that has passed

Nice to hear that you have same patterns in other instruments - may have to dive in too

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Thx, I dont now what the Kumo stand for. I am using a different approach, but mainly the idea is the same. I am doing my hard trades on market high/lows based on fibs and MACDBB on tick chart. I am shooting for small wins (30-40 ticks) and be ready as soon as it possible, but it is always good to see new ways which is fit for my taste
It would be helpfull if you are updating the SL area during the entry, at least with some hints (tight short, last LH etc..) but if it is too much to ask than it is fine like this as well

So welcome aboard. One more question. Are you managing the BE as well during your trades, or after big moves in your favor or not? I have seen some BE trades as well, so my guess you are doing this too...

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Thx, I dont now what the Kumo stand for. I am using a different approach, but mainly the idea is the same. I am doing my hard trades on market high/lows based on fibs and MACDBB on tick chart. I am shooting for small wins (30-40 ticks) and be ready as soon as it possible, but it is always good to see new ways which is fit for my taste
It would be helpfull if you are updating the SL area during the entry, at least with some hints (tight short, last LH etc..) but if it is too much to ask than it is fine like this as well

So welcome aboard. One more question. Are you managing the BE as well during your trades, or after big moves in your favor or not? I have seen some BE trades as well, so my guess you are doing this too...


Kumo is part of the Ichimoku Indicator - you can see many charts showing it in this thread. It describes a zone of
support/resistance and is important in 30min as 1day view. Kumo = cloud.
I am normally giving a SL hint when signal is thin or the situation does look bad for the foreseen trade. Normally
my stop is 30 points away as a desaster stop. The stop will never moved - as normally I do not actively follow
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Kumo is part of the Ichimoku Indicator - you can see many charts showing it in this thread. It describes a zone of
support/resistance and is important in 30min as 1day view. Kumo = cloud.
I am normally giving a SL hint when signal is thin or the situation does look bad for the foreseen trade. Normally
my stop is 30 points away as a desaster stop. The stop will never moved - as normally I do not actively follow
the trade. The idea is to save time - to see exactly the 30 minutes entry time (IB) and then check for entry time
and exit time. Either the trade works as foreseen or the SL of 30 points is the result.
Looking back to my 2 years on futures.io (formerly BMT)-journal here - this worked most of the time.

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Makes a much of sense, and thank you. I will do the live forward test 30tick SL makes help me to adjust my risk properly thank you! Tight hint also good to know? Are you using the same risk level in case of tight range, or you are lowering the risk those time:
Example: entering with 1 contract with 30tick SL and you are enterint 3 contract in case of 10tick SL or you are going back to 1 contract for 10tick SL? Thank you for your clarification in advance...

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Makes a much of sense, and thank you. I will do the live forward test 30tick SL makes help me to adjust my risk properly thank you! Tight hint also good to know? Are you using the same risk level in case of tight range, or you are lowering the risk those time:
Example: entering with 1 contract with 30tick SL and you are enterint 3 contract in case of 10tick SL or you are going back to 1 contract for 10tick SL? Thank you for your clarification in advance...

I am going "all in" and SL settings for all the same - so no smaller risk or buying in or out..
Just plain using the system: on the second - go in - on the second go out.. SL settings
are only there to be out of noise within the trading TIME.
My system foresees to trade the lower risk time zone and excluding any number announcements
aka attacks - therefore the movements of price are always smoother then.

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You are closing out at 14.30 if not stopped out?What about the US ADP Emplyment data at 14.15? I thought you never held positions over US data release?

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You are closing out at 14.30 if not stopped out?What about the US ADP Emplyment data at 14.15? I thought you never held positions over US data release?

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You are right - US data influences a lot...
but these employment numbers ar only class 1 of 3 and are not important to my exit..
If you look carefully - the important numbers are ALWAYS 30min or full hour.
So I will exit at 14:30 exactly... and as given in my first today's post.

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You are right - US data influences a lot...
but these employment numbers ar only class 1 of 3 and are not important to my exit..
If you look carefully - the important numbers are ALWAYS 30min or full hour.
So I will exit at 14:30 exactly... and as given in my first today's post.

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Ok No probs. However, I have seen FDAX spike 30 points on ADP data. Good luck though!

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I am going "all in" and SL settings for all the same - so no smaller risk or buying in or out..
Just plain using the system: on the second - go in - on the second go out.. SL settings
are only there to be out of noise within the trading TIME.
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One day doesnt count, but always a good start if it is a winner with a hungarian dinner:P thx! So just to ensure what you are saying, if you are using tighter stop like 10tick instead of 30tick, than you are going to the battle with 3 contract instead of 1 contract (same risk if the SL hit)...

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Ok No probs. However, I have seen FDAX spike 30 points on ADP data. Good luck though!

Yes - the 30 points then might have a effect - but NOT on my SL set 30 points ABOVE entry of this short :-)

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One day doesnt count, but always a good start if it is a winner with a hungarian dinner:P thx! So just to ensure what you are saying, if you are using tighter stop like 10tick instead of 30tick, than you are going to the battle with 3 contract instead of 1 contract (same risk if the SL hit)...

The contracts thrown in are NOT important - it is the system that counts: either win or SL!
That easy - my stops here are only decoration for really faulty assumption on the real move.
Being on the winning side - some SL hits are not destroying my account. This is part of
the game - I take it no longer personally - it is investment on the go... - as in every business.

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The contracts thrown in are NOT important - it is the system that counts: either win or SL!
That easy - my stops here are only decoration for really faulty assumption on the real move.
Being on the winning side - some SL hits are not destroying my account. This is part of
the game - I take it no longer personally - it is investment on the go... - as in every business.

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Ok, so what you are doing is the following. You have 10KUSD on your account, you know that your SL usualy is 30tick, so you are playing with 1 contract. No matter what. Sometimes the SL is tighter, but you are doing the same rutin, because you know that your system is a winner, so it doesnt make any sense, to overcomplicated it, with calculation. When your account size is reaching the 20K USD, you make a smile, and after this you are playing with 2 contracs...

You are a lazy person with a good system (one is true for me as well...:P)

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You have 10KUSD on your account, you know that your SL usualy is 30tick, so you are playing with 1 contract. No matter what. Sometimes the SL is tighter, but you are doing the same rutin, because you know that your system is a winner, so it doesnt make any sense, to overcomplicated it, with calculation. When your account size is reaching the 20K USD, you make a smile, and after this you are playing with 2 contracs...

You are a lazy person with a good system (one is true for me as well...:P)

PS: Your hungarian is better than mine. I never use accented characters I am a lazy person

You got it :-)

My hungarian does not exist... I know Szégédin gulyŕs and can write it accordingly - my french with all
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hungarian cuisine - and loved it always - the accents may sleep

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