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Long @ 1.1163
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Someday I will trade more than 1 lot... and be able to take at least 1 off at the median line and hold another for MLH, instead of being out of the market all together. Taking partial profits and moving to b/e I think it's actually bad practice but on the other hand, it helps the psyche.
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Hi Hieronymus,
Very interesting thread - I try to combine median lines with other means as well.

Thanks for sharing
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Here's a Lvt @ warning line

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Hit lower pink trend line from controlling N.Y. pitchfork.
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Probably looks like a ton of silly lines to most : )

Warning lines via Asia fork

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Hi Hieronymus,
Very interesting thread - I try to combine median lines with other means as well.

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Chris

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Thanks, looking forward to other peoples ideas about vol and forks.

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Still in this pitchfork here so far. I took 15 off and almost went long but wasn't quite clear enough. Looking for PA signals back at MLH or parallel.

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One thing that perturbs me, futures and spot forks never line up. I chart mostly with spot, but as you can see today the futures fork was exact and accurate and the spot one was not (all a matter of point of view anyway I suppose).
It makes a huge difference though. Hagopian or not Hagopian etc.

Futures is on the left, spot the right

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Thanks, I've read and watched already : ) I don't subscribe to the view.
Edit: Actually that's not the video I've seen, but I have read the post. Thanks for the links.

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All I have to say on the subject is Volume clears up all randomness issues. I'd love for somebody to show me a random chart, with random volume as well, while of course it's possible to generate, I've never seen one. It would be interesting to see though.

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