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Price Action Kewltech Style

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 latron 
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Thank you for responding. I've been trying to access more than 2 pages from the blog (issue 83-89 and happy new year from 01-04-2010), however, I'm unable to see more. Is there a pdf of the blog?

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Thank you for responding. I've been trying to access more than 2 pages from the blog (issue 83-89 and happy new year from 01-04-2010), however, I'm unable to see more. Is there a pdf of the blog?

https://web.archive.org/web/20170706135210/kewltech.blogspot.com:80/2011/06/issue-076-sweet-oily-legs.html

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When looking at a product like gold, or currencies. Which charts are more important the futures or the spot?

Today's high doesnt like up with any GC levels but it does with the xau/usd chart. 1357 was a key level on that chart.

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When looking at a product like gold, or currencies. Which charts are more important the futures or the spot?

Today's high doesnt like up with any GC levels but it does with the xau/usd chart. 1357 was a key level on that chart.

Easy answer... look at chart you are trading.

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When looking at a product like gold, or currencies. Which charts are more important the futures or the spot?

Today's high doesnt like up with any GC levels but it does with the xau/usd chart. 1357 was a key level on that chart.

Nothing on GcJ8 at 56.8? Really? Take a look again .
Sounds like someone needs to research more.

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Nothing on GcJ8 at 56.8? Really? Take a look again .
Sounds like someone needs to research more.

Are we talking about the Daily Doji on Feb 16th?

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Are we talking about the Daily Doji on Feb 16th?

Do you read what i first started to post? In the move down, wouldnt it fit w move to 18h and whats inside n one would expect to be what 16H CLEARED AND LOST ..Bigger to smaller tf once u know based on bigger where to look when looking at move being retraced NOW N IS UNTESTED and can use lower tf for being more precise?

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Are we talking about the Daily Doji on Feb 16th?

So on GcM8 wouldnt it also fit w what move 18H had to clear/lost in move down from it that fits w the important H since S was found in 2015, the 16H cleaeed and lost n is in move to S found after 18nH. What the 18h would have had to clear n lost. So wouldnt that be the June 16h on weekly hit. Will see how fits w what move 2015L lost

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So on GcM8 wouldnt it also fit w what move 18H had to clear/lost in move down from it that fits w the important H since S was found in 2015, the 16H cleaeed and lost n is in move to S found after 18nH. What the 18h would have had to clear n lost. So wouldnt that be the June 16h on weekly hit. Will see how fits w what move 2015L lost

Which high do we count here the April at 1356.8 or the June at 1362.60?

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Would it be possible for someone knowledgeable to show exactly what constitutes a move/leg, like the current and the one thats getting retraced. And what an untested level looks like in this context. Maybe with pictures maximum clarity.

I hope I don't sound demanding. Its just that I've read the blog multiple times and I'll keep reading it, but I think either my english skills or IQ is too low to understand it properly. Haven't managed to wrap my head around it. only managed to get a very shallow understanding of how it works.

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