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Price Action Kewltech Style

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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.

I have a PDF of the entire blog

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  #52 (permalink)
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I have a PDF of the entire blog

Would you be willing to share it via email?

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I have a PDF of the entire blog

I would like a copy of the log if you are willing to share also

Don laing

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I have a PDF of the entire blog

I'd also like a copy if that's okay

You can also use webarchive to access parts of the blog, but it's a bit inconvenient.

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  #55 (permalink)
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I have a PDF of the entire blog

In my opinion, the target would be the support/resistance UNTESTED. Momentum is built, (bearish/bullish) through the moving to resistance or support levels to test them, thus eliminate them as possible support/resistance points so the higher time frame(s) can move to whats important to them and untested and react and go to the opposite.

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I understand how to locate and trade the first touches as they have very high probability, but is there a way to know how big the Pop/drop would be? Whe it pops/drops because of a news event it often disregards all of the levels, how does one know how far the Pop/drop move will take us?

to the support or resistance untested

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

I would think that would depend upon your skill level, trading style etc. Would expect in order to react at whats important to the higher time frame(s), for momentum to start slowing on the lower time frames through the process of using whats in between the next support/resistance on the higher time frame(s) of importance, the next target, to test/eliminate what the current move will be above/below, so when next target is hit, it can react and go to the opposite, untested.

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I would think that would depend upon your skill level, trading style etc. Would expect in order to react at whats important to the higher time frame(s), for momentum to start slowing on the lower time frames through the process of using whats in between the next support/resistance on the higher time frame(s) of importance, the next target, to test/eliminate what the current move will be above/below, so when next target is hit, it can react and go to the opposite, untested.

SO one could scalp/daytrade that process, price movement to that spot.

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  #59 (permalink)
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Thanks for reviving this thread. What are your thoughts on Tick vs CVB vs Time charts to evaluate momentum as we approach levels?

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I would think that would depend upon your skill level, trading style etc. Would expect in order to react at whats important to the higher time frame(s), for momentum to start slowing on the lower time frames through the process of using whats in between the next support/resistance on the higher time frame(s) of importance, the next target, to test/eliminate what the current move will be above/below, so when next target is hit, it can react and go to the opposite, untested.

Thanks for the posts. Sounds like you know a thing or too about the method..


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