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I realize I'm in a thread called "Price Action Mack Style". I know nothing about his style and just needed a starting point to post my trades/charts. If I'm in the wrong section I apologize and will find another thread.

I'm still short YM, aiming for 23521 for a target. To the left of this area you will see support, John...

...why don't you start your own thread?

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Hi Devil Man, I probably will start a thread in the near future. Just joined yesterday and getting familiar with the site.

As for the posted chart this could be a possible scenario if we get a few solid closes above 23570.

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Last nights scenario playing out very well. Looking for a second retest of the 23570 area for a final target of 23655 area, JP.

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nice analysis @JMP3

I tend to concur with @Devil Man in that I believe your analysis would be more appropriate in your own specific thread. I, for one, am interested in your perspectives and style of trading. Keep up the good work

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nice analysis @JMP3

I tend to concur with @Devil Man in that I believe your analysis would be more appropriate in your own specific thread. I, for one, am interested in your perspectives and style of trading. Keep up the good work

Thanks Sazon, as far as starting a thread I will be doing so soon. I've been trading for many years, however it's been a part time endeavor. I'm retired but do not rely on trading as an income. It's pretty much a fun hobby. As far as a trading style, there's really nothing written in stone. I guess I'm a discretionary trader. Thanks again, JP.

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Love Mack, of all the courses PAT was most helpful to me .. im a member now 2 years in,


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Interested in starting thread pertaining to Price Action [PA] setups.

I'm currently using PA techniques from a vendor named Mack, who trades
SP500 index daily and has great success.

Hey if it works for him, why not me!!!

Would like to welcome any and/or all other people who think this way and share
thought, charts, ideas so WE ALL learn...

I like trading the Euro [6E] in pre market for it fits my day job schedule.

So lets get started!!!

Thank you


Mike Sullivan


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How do we begin the count once second entry short/long fails?

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How do we begin the count once second entry short/long fails?

Using Price Action To Day Trade Failed Second Entries - Learn How To Day Trade Using Pure Price Action - Price Action Trading

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When second entry(long/short) fails can we trade in opposite direction? Does it confirms the opposite trend?

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When second entry(long/short) fails can we trade in opposite direction? Does it confirms the opposite trend?

There are literally so many variables to this question. I recommend...

1. Download 12 months worth of charts.
2. Mark every second entry that failed or write a script to do it for you.
3. Study results.
4. Conclude that 50% of failed 2nd entries will trade in the opposite direction.

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