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Price Action Kewltech Style

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1zach4
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So for this to be a valid leg start trade, we should have taken out the june low?

Yes

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Endor87
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I found Kewltech's posts and blog to be highly informative when I started trading although it is not entirely user friendly. I definitely utilize many of the kewltech ideas into my trading these days (levels, S/R, momentum) but I do not use the MACD and I prefer to use RSI with stochastic RSI to get a better idea of momentum.


"Since people here have been unwilling to share the PDF of the blog (which is publicly available), I've taken the opportunity to upload it to scribd - scribd.com/document/389865867/KewlTech-Blog-Posts . Each lesson has a link to the archived website in order to see better quality versions of the charts.

To learn Kewltech's Method properly kewltech.blogspot.se and spaztiksstockplanet.blogspot.com

All you need is in those 2 blogs. Markets moves from support lost to support gained and vice versa. Watch how markets react to levels. In every single time frame. Learn to put the time frames together. Learn Momentum, distribution, accumulation, legs, proper support and resistance is key. You'll get the hang of it if you hang in there.

I found Kewltech's blog posts to make total sense in his blog posts, but when you try to put it into practice I think it's very hit or miss. The subjectivity of it all really starts to stick out. I've had so many people refer me to kewltech blog, but when they try to explain the concept it always comes down to "well the trend was up so I bought at support" and I get shown an example where a previous resistance level held at support - that totally ignores all of the other examples on the exact same chart where doing the same thing would have lost you money.

Hopefully we can learn how to trade this method more effectively." - Jiren

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Sell off in the ES last two weeks.... any comments on this? Markets has been distributing for a while according to the MACD's on the Daily and 4 hour charts but there was no Leg to reference to the left to know what the level of the big sell would happen from. How does one play a move like this?

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On all the versions of the blog, the one just uploaded, another version of the pdf, the website they is always issue 6,16,36 missing, is that just a mistake or why have they been left out.

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Sell off in the ES last two weeks.... any comments on this? Markets has been distributing for a while according to the MACD's on the Daily and 4 hour charts but there was no Leg to reference to the left to know what the level of the big sell would happen from. How does one play a move like this?

Lost support to the high, only thing to reference

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On all the versions of the blog, the one just uploaded, another version of the pdf, the website they is always issue 6,16,36 missing, is that just a mistake or why have they been left out.

66 as well. I've been curious about this for a while too. I remember someone asking Dawg about the missing issues, and Dawg saying something along the lines of "some things people have to figure out on their own"

Lots of sixes...

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On all the versions of the blog, the one just uploaded, another version of the pdf, the website they is always issue 6,16,36 missing, is that just a mistake or why have they been left out.

No mistake there. The issues were intentionally left out by the blog author. If you don't make the process your own by fitting it all together with your own special brand of glue, you won't understand it in the necessary capacity.

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Looks like the archive.org stuff was removed. The PDF has images of charts but they're small and it's hard to tell what's going on. Does anyone have better images used in Kewltech's blog posts?

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Jiren
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Looks like the archive.org stuff was removed. The PDF has images of charts but they're small and it's hard to tell what's going on. Does anyone have better images used in Kewltech's blog posts?

It looks like someone took down Kewltech archived links on Wayback Machine links on purpose to prevent people from clicking the links because the links were working until the pdf was posted here.

I do not believe Kewltech would have done it, and it appears some may have tried to stop people from reading Kewltech's info.

Does anyone here have local copies of the actual web.archive.org links? I can edit the pdf so that they contain the original images if they can post them here or DM me.


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On all the versions of the blog, the one just uploaded, another version of the pdf, the website they is always issue 6,16,36 missing, is that just a mistake or why have they been left out.


ShortBus2KoolTek View Post
66 as well. I've been curious about this for a while too. I remember someone asking Dawg about the missing issues, and Dawg saying something along the lines of "some things people have to figure out on their own"

Lots of sixes...

On the last page of the Scribd pdf (which you need to download) - on the very last page Kewltech mentions that he left those lessons out on purpose as he said, "some things are better figured out on their own." So yes, it was intentional.

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I think the picture quality is overall ok.

Some charts are fine if he's just showing stuff like divergences but when he discusses prices at various dates, it's really hard to see on most of those charts. Compare those images to the ones from the last few issues here: archive.is/emL4h

Your link is the same as Jiren's scribd link which people can also download the pdf from.

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