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 Thierryq 
Recife + Brazil
 
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Ok. I made it. A trading Journal will keep me organized.

My background:

Trading Crude Oil / ES / TF
5 years experience
Have tried many trading techniques before
Have a background of Woodie CCI club (left it after the woodie bars)
English is not my mother language

Now trading:

Crude
Volume profile
CCI (Jeff's CCI)
Pivot points
UniRenko T4R20
9:00 - 12:00 / 13:00 - 14:16 (ET)
Tape reading (jigsaw tools)

Comments:

I like UniRenko because it can be set up for trend and for reversal thus presenting a readable chart nicely catching Crude's reversals.


--==-- My method --==--

#1 Analyse the volume profile defining sweet spots
#2 UniRenko Jeff's CCI chart to enter and exit trades refined with tape reading
#3 Manage the trade watching the CCI and the tape.
#4 When waiting for a trade, play guitar to fight against boredom

-=- Entering -=-

9:00 - 12:00 / 13:00 - 14:16 (ET)
Jeffs CCI background in agreement(blue=long/ red=short)
Don't enter on yellow bars
Green dot and light-green dot (on the same or on different bars, doesn't matter)
Far from the pivot point or resistance/support (far = give room to the move)

-=- Exit -=-

Working on it. Can be a pivot point or a HVN LVN area. I don't keep the position on the high/low of the day.
Working on exit points inside this range



Screen shots and template:
(there was a trade but inside the no-trade-time. On the last pane green=trade zone)







Crude Jeffs Dual CCI.xml

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 Thierryq 
Recife + Brazil
 
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I need to adapt the UniRenko setups depending on market behavior. On days with nice moves T4R20 is good for better entries. But as a filter you need to use a greater number like 8TR24 or 12T30 and maybe it can help you (I say MAYBE) stay out of non-moving or sideways days.

The thing is that the Volume Profile is the guy showing you the entries and target areas.

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 superpete 
Montreal, Quebec
 
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Salut Thierry, qu'est-ce qui est arrivé? As-tu arreté de trader?

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 harcesis 
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Hello what settings of cci you are using for T4R20?


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Ok. I made it. A trading Journal will keep me organized.

My background:

Trading Crude Oil / ES / TF
5 years experience
Have tried many trading techniques before
Have a background of Woodie CCI club (left it after the woodie bars)
English is not my mother language

Now trading:

Crude
Volume profile
CCI (Jeff's CCI)
Pivot points
UniRenko T4R20
9:00 - 12:00 / 13:00 - 14:16 (ET)
Tape reading (jigsaw tools)

Comments:

I like UniRenko because it can be set up for trend and for reversal thus presenting a readable chart nicely catching Crude's reversals.


--==-- My method --==--

#1 Analyse the volume profile defining sweet spots
#2 UniRenko Jeff's CCI chart to enter and exit trades refined with tape reading
#3 Manage the trade watching the CCI and the tape.
#4 When waiting for a trade, play guitar to fight against boredom

-=- Entering -=-

9:00 - 12:00 / 13:00 - 14:16 (ET)
Jeffs CCI background in agreement(blue=long/ red=short)
Don't enter on yellow bars
Green dot and light-green dot (on the same or on different bars, doesn't matter)
Far from the pivot point or resistance/support (far = give room to the move)

-=- Exit -=-

Working on it. Can be a pivot point or a HVN LVN area. I don't keep the position on the high/low of the day.
Working on exit points inside this range



Screen shots and template:
(there was a trade but inside the no-trade-time. On the last pane green=trade zone)



Attachment 107431

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 Thierryq 
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Experience: Intermediate
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Broker: Denali
Trading: ES, spreads
 
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Hello what settings of cci you are using for T4R20?

Not trading this anymore.

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miktrading
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Hello,

What conclusions have you made after deciding to stop trading the system?

Thanks

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