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Rancho Dinero / Acme Market Analytics (www.ranchodinero.com)

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New Market Profile Composite

I have been adapting more to Market Profile in terms of trying to identify and learn more about market context and structure for Crude.

By using these tools and adapting it to my trading, I beleive I can refine my edge so that my trading becomes more efficient.

If it wasnt for Rancho Templates as well as the indicators in their volume packs, I wouldnt stand a chance. I cant program worth beans.

So here are is my latest chart...60 minute with MP

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I have not looked closely. Is he a master trader with a strong educational background and a history of teaching/educating traders? Or is he a programmer/developer? If developer, then a webinar on futures.io (formerly BMT) is not a good fit. If a master trader, then I will investigate further.

As I said, I have no problem with you guys discussing his product or services. The above was simply in response to a futures.io (formerly BMT) hosted webinar.

Mike

Mike,

Troy is a GREAT presenter, he is personable and intelligent. I have viewed all of his webinars and he obviously speaks as a trader, and not a developer, but im sure part of this is because everyone in his webinars are already paid subscribers.

Rancho Dinero | Blog

http://www.ranchodinero.com/2012/06/asking-the-wrong-question/

this is a link to the blog, lots of the posts have to do with pack updates, but there is quite a bit of excellent trading information in it. If you take some time to give it a read I'm sure you'll extend to him an invitation.

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Mike,

Troy is a GREAT presenter, he is personable and intelligent. I have viewed all of his webinars and he obviously speaks as a trader, and not a developer, but im sure part of this is because everyone in his webinars are already paid subscribers.

Rancho Dinero | Blog

Rancho Dinero | Asking The Wrong Question

this is a link to the blog, lots of the posts have to do with pack updates, but there is quite a bit of excellent trading information in it. If you take some time to give it a read I'm sure you'll extend to him an invitation.

Yes, my sentiments as well.

He has been a big help to me, and is as good a presenter as I have ever seen. I think the member ship will gain a lot from his insight on trading, even if they never become a subscriber to Rancho., The concepts are MP.

After all, how many subscribers, me amoung them, would not attend his webinars if they didnt add value. He has my money. Theoretically, he dosnt have to do anything more.

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I joined forum after searching infos on FT71. I am learning to day trade futures to fire my boss some day. I wanna follow FT71 method but still unsure whether I should just subscribe to IRT straight away while i m still learning and demo trade his method (my concern is the high cost of IRT n data while i m still learning and havent made any profit yet). Can anyone tell me whether I can use Ninjatrader with Gomi MP indicator or the pack from Ranko Dinero to replicate FT71 works in Ninjatrader to learn the method and save the cost first?
Hope to have your opinions. Thanks alot

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I joined forum after searching infos on FT71. I am learning to day trade futures to fire my boss some day. I wanna follow FT71 method but still unsure whether I should just subscribe to IRT straight away while i m still learning and demo trade his method (my concern is the high cost of IRT n data while i m still learning and havent made any profit yet). Can anyone tell me whether I can use Ninjatrader with Gomi MP indicator or the pack from Ranko Dinero to replicate FT71 works in Ninjatrader to learn the method and save the cost first?
Hope to have your opinions. Thanks alot

Ft71 uses the concepts of Market Profile in his trading, and therefore, if you learn the basics of market profile (like from Daltons book Mind over Markets) you can adapt the Rancho Dinero Suite to Ninja Trader, as it has everfything a Market Profiler needs. Gomi does as well, however, I found it a challenge to adapt it to Ninja Tradrr, as I am a poor programmer.

I want something that is consistent and therefore, I went with Rancho because of the integration of various studies and charts as well as the how to videos and accesss to tech support if I need a specific question answered. Yes, you have you be a member, but, the time it saves me is worth the cost of admission for me.

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Using Gomi Volume ladder and would like to know how I can get Delta Divergence /Cum. delta/Total Volume under the ladder like Rancho does. I have it setup similar but the values are off. Volume looks correct but not seeing corrleated Delta Divergence as compared to what Rancho is showing. It's a 5 range chart for the ladder and I'm trying to get similar data on the number blocks below the chart. Anyone help? I'll include a screen shot.

This is ZondorGomiLadder.

Here's the chart:
GomLadder5Range - jmcassociates's library

Here's the Indicator settings:
IndicatorSettings1 - jmcassociates's library

More settings on the lower side not viewable in previous screen shot.
AdditionalIndicatorSettings - jmcassociates's library

Here is a screenshot of the Rancho Ladder Chart that shows Delta/CumDelta/Volume that I'm trying to duplicate in Zondor.
RanchoChartExample - jmcassociates's library

thanks for any help.

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MD footprint VS Rancho Ladder

Hi traders,
please can you explain the difference if any between Market Delta footprint chart and Rancho Dinero volume ladder?

thank you

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@Private Banker

Where do you get that SMA on your GOM CD in your screenshot that you posted in the beginning of the tread? It looks fantastic!

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Where do you get that SMA on your GOM CD in your screenshot that you posted in the beginning of the tread? It looks fantastic!

That was a variable moving average or VIDYA. You just have to anchor the moving average to the CD vs. the underlying market and make sure the moving average is selected to be in the same lower pane as well. Its been a very long time since I've used that but I think that's how I did it.

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