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Has anyone ever heard of eminisniper.com?

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Just curious - do you find a 3 range chart of 6E too quick to trade? I can understand 3 range of ES. Maybe I'm just too slow with my mouse LOL!

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entries that I mentioned earlier. I'm not including the indicators for the same reasons others have mentioned. However, I marked the entries on a clean 3 range chart. If you have the system, then you can look at your chart to confirm.


The second trade at 6:38 you took was just in front of a trendline acting as resistance. The current directional bias at that time was to the downside and the MACD (12,26,9) was on the verge to kiss it's zero line. This is a very typical trade i usually take which i call fading the MACD zero line. Many breakouts occur when the MACD is approaching, kissing or even moving over it's zero line. If there is enough volatility, you can try as you did the breakout but you need to be prepared and accept a small lost while reversing your position to go in the direction of the current bias. In such a risky situation, i'd open a light position maybe 1 unit but be prepared to open an opposite position with 2 units hence closing the first one while resuming with the flow. If this second attempt should fail then i'd wait for the next opportunity. I would consider this scenario as a whole trade. In your situation, the whole trade would have worked. But you need to be prepared ahead of time for this type of trade management as you don't want to think about it while it happens. You need to think about it as a whole scenario that has been planned ahead of time.

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Just curious - do you find a 3 range chart of 6E too quick to trade? I can understand 3 range of ES. Maybe I'm just too slow with my mouse LOL!


Not really because of the way the entries are placed. However, don't want to mislead anyone. I didn't take those entries. Those are picked out after the fact just to see how things are going. I'm not trading that system. I have enough to do trading my own.

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The second trade at 6:38 you took was just in front of a trendline acting as resistance. The current directional bias at that time was to the downside and the MACD (12,26,9) was on the verge to kiss it's zero line. This is a very typical trade i usually take which i call fading the MACD zero line. Many breakouts occur when the MACD is approaching, kissing or even moving over it's zero line. If there is enough volatility, you can try as you did the breakout but you need to be prepared and accept a small lost while reversing your position to go in the direction of the current bias. In such a risky situation, i'd open a light position maybe 1 unit but be prepared to open an opposite position with 2 units hence closing the first one while resuming with the flow. If this second attempt should fail then i'd wait for the next opportunity. I would consider this scenario as a whole trade. In your situation, the whole trade would have worked. But you need to be prepared ahead of time for this type of trade management as you don't want to think about it while it happens. You need to think about it as a whole scenario that has been planned ahead of time.

Thanks for your evaluation...I was just pointing out the entries because I've read how bad this system has been.

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entries that I mentioned earlier. I'm not including the indicators for the same reasons others have mentioned. However, I marked the entries on a clean 3 range chart. If you have the system, then you can look at your chart to confirm.

My charts show your 1st and 3rd trades as 'No Entry' because of an unmet price swing criteria, and the 2nd entry as a loser, using 6 tick stop, 5 tick target. Not sure if this is because of different data feeds, or interpretation of the unmet price action criteria. That criteria is actually not very specific in the documentation, but I use an Ninja indicator with standard inputs to determine that criteria.

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MP values for divergence trading


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Bonjour / Goede morgen Metaltrade,


interesting to hear about your observations of eminisniper.

Would you mind posting the entries for the trades of this morning ?

I like to use oscillator divergences, too, and trade bounces from moving averages, but only when there is confluence with certain areas of the market profile, so that limits the number of trades drastically (but also increases accuracy).

While I have found good ways of employing market profile in trading, I feel my technical analysis could be improved upon, that's why I've been thinking of taking a look at eminisniper.

Will also explore ESFXtrader's CCL scalping method, quite impressing !


E.G., I had one setup at 8.03 Paris time in the EUR/USD - short at about 1.2917... confirmed by divergence. No further setups thus far in the EUR/USD.

Hi, wanted to know what indy you like best for looking at MP values? and screenshot if you don't mind. I was using MPValues indy but don't know where I can confirm if the values are correct. Also, do you use other values than those simple 3, i.e. VAH, VAL & POC? Thanks a million, gh

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My charts show your 1st and 3rd trades as 'No Entry' because of an unmet price swing criteria, and the 2nd entry as a loser, using 6 tick stop, 5 tick target. Not sure if this is because of different data feeds, or interpretation of the unmet price action criteria. That criteria is actually not very specific in the documentation, but I use an Ninja indicator with standard inputs to determine that criteria.

rules were met on my chart. the documentation as good as it is, just isn't as good as hearing an explanation at least not for me anyway.

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Just curious - do you find a 3 range chart of 6E too quick to trade? I can understand 3 range of ES. Maybe I'm just too slow with my mouse LOL!

I trade the 6E 3 range, and I think it is a slow!!! compared to the CL 3 range that I also trade. But yes, you are correct, compared to periods that most traders trade, both of these are extremely fast pace for most traders. I can't enter on these charts manually. Given that these are range bars, I know where the bar is going to close in advance, and I have automated entries already waiting where the bar will close way ahead of time.

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Hi ghman,

I use Investor RT for charting and everything related to Market Profile ( Investor/RT: The Trader's Ultimate Toolbox ), at the moment though I'm on my laptop where I use my crappy Metatrader 4 platform so I don't have any screenshots. A lot of RT Investor users share their charts on ChartHub.com | share your charts with the world . chart sharing, chart posting, chart education, chart collaboration

The whole website is about Market Profile these days, check it out. You'll see that it goes well beyond the classical VAH,VAL,Poc stuff.

If I remember correctly, the classical levels are updated on Emini Day Trading everyday, so that might be a source for comparison.

Yes I use other levels...I merge the profiles of several time frames, split them up etc.

Hope it helps.



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Hi, wanted to know what indy you like best for looking at MP values? and screenshot if you don't mind. I was using MPValues indy but don't know where I can confirm if the values are correct. Also, do you use other values than those simple 3, i.e. VAH, VAL & POC? Thanks a million, gh


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Is anyone surprised that once enough people really check out the truth claims of those selling a system that they find out the the system all of asudden doesn't work, and/or the sellers are not making money by trading, but by selling.

I stand by my claims/observations in the $10000 question on another thread.

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