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ya your right, the support to the high of September back in 2014. The now set it up perfectly for that reaction.

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other than the first touch R/S, does he talk about how he trades when price approaches R/S?

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other than the first touch R/S, does he talk about how he trades when price approaches R/S?

Theoretically, one would be long as price approaches R and short as price approaches S.

If not in a position, one would wait for the market to 1st touch or go through the level before taking a trade.

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Hows it going with KT? Was researching how to understand/integrate the bigger TF (weekly) with the smaller and found a post of yours with another person where you shared a chart and it was stated to use the bigger TF always. I need some clarification on when to use daily vs the weekly legs etc.

Are you still open to sharing insight from KT?

Don't think of it as daily VERSUS weekly, think of it as how can one incorporate both into one's analysis. The various timeframes don't "fight" each other, they are all intrinsically intertwined.

Use both, use all timeframes for that matter, to try and decipher what price is doing and where it may be headed.

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Don't think of it as daily VERSUS weekly, think of it as how can one incorporate both into one's analysis. The various timeframes don't "fight" each other, they are all intrinsically intertwined.

Use both, use all timeframes for that matter, to try and decipher what price is doing and where it may be headed.

Hello i get what you are saying, but i struggle finding those sig levels. i really wanna learn how to look at candles in the price action in order to find them. can you give me some examples of how to find them?

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Biggest thing is fitting the legs together from the significant high/low . Start at the bigger and work ur way in. And zoom out. Peeps always wanna zoom in to much. If you can see each individual candle ur zoomed in to far

Can you elaborate on this?

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Anyone using this profitably? Do you put on limit orders and play the first touches or do you wait for the bounce and only enter after based on price action?

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Looks like the blog is now invite only. I was working though it for the second time now and really getting into the material more and more. Does anyone have any way of accessing the information?

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What draws you to this particular method versus others you've studied?

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What draws you to this particular method versus others you've studied?

I have been watching markets trade and making my own observations and what I mostly noticed was how price would react to certain levels. I was watching the lower time frames and missing the big picture of what was actually going on. This blog helped me understand the importance of the larger time frames, it helped me understand momentum, how to read it and what it means and also, what distribution and accumulation looks like.

I am still struggling with connecting the price action between the different time frames, and identifying the leg starts properly where the accumulation / distribution targets.

It would be great to be able to connect with others using this method and possibly get access to the material again.

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