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I subscribed to Rampage yesterday and caught 15 ES ticks and so far today, I caught 10 ZB ticks. Customer service is great with questions. It is simple, but you need to evaluate the chart and not blindly take trades.

I am using the 3 minute chart and I like what I see so far.

Silverdeer

How is it going so far? Do u have to use a lot of discreation or it is simple to just enter the trade using their arrows and dots.

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Thanks for the reply. I have subscribed for about 2 months and find it very useful, too in confirming the longer trend and use it to take more of the direction than the normal scalp which is my style. I trade zb mostly and will peal off a couple of contacts at 5 ticks and then peal off more as the trend continues. Great tool.

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I subscribed to Rampage yesterday and caught 15 ES ticks and so far today, I caught 10 ZB ticks. Customer service is great with questions. It is simple, but you need to evaluate the chart and not blindly take trades.

I am using the 3 minute chart and I like what I see so far.

Silverdeer

Hi,

I am considering subscribing and was wondering if you, and or anyone else who is using Ramapge, could share their thoughts/opinion on the system

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Rampage is like any other indicator in that you use as a tool but not as a sure fire signal to blindly do what it suggests. I use it to stay in a trade longer than I might normally. I am a scalper, but use Rampage to keep a few extra contracts going for longer moves. I usually trade 8 contracts and will peel 4 off on my first target, 2 at another and 2 at another. Rampage has allowed me to accomplish this.

With that said, I use more traditional charts to help me read the tick by tick feel of what is going on at the moment and if these primary charts speak loud to me, I ignore Rampage.

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Hi,

I am considering subscribing and was wondering if you, and or anyone else who is using Ramapge, could share their thoughts/opinion on the system

You do not need Rampage or any other of these crap selling pages.

Look to the blog of Rampage on the ES Chart from January 20:
Rampage Trading - Wall Street's Best Kept Secret

And now you can look to my Chart, i have 4 FREE Indicators from the forum with the same result.

Wall Stree´s Best Kept Secret
25 plus years of Wall Street

This Webpages are so trivial and easy to see trough that i am wondering that there are people spending money.

I think it is absolutely ok to pay for indicators wich are really complicated and take a huge time to build up.
The price is also a interesting point, i bought the best indicators to a fair one time only price, for the real and biggest crap you pay thousands or a monthly rate.

Falco

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You do not need Rampage or any other of these crap selling pages.

Look to the blog of Rampage on the ES Chart from January 20:
Rampage Trading - Wall Street's Best Kept Secret

And now you can look to my Chart, i have 4 FREE Indicators from the forum with the same result.

Wall Stree´s Best Kept Secret
25 plus years of Wall Street

This Webpages are so trivial and easy to see trough that i am wondering that there are people spending money.

I think it is absolutely ok to pay for indicators wich are really complicated and take a huge time to build up.
The price is also a interesting point, i bought the best indicators to a fair one time only price, for the real and biggest crap you pay thousands or a monthly rate.

Falco

@Falco11 what is that black dots indicator on your chart? I know the other two are SuperTrend but I didn't see the name of that one on the pic.

Thank you
rptrader

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@Falco11 what is that black dots indicator on your chart? I know the other two are SuperTrend but I didn't see the name of that one on the pic.

Thank you
rptrader

Hi rptrader!
It is TSSuperTrendV2

If you look to 1/11 - 1/16 there some bad signals, and afterwards some good signals.
Thats a good point, one the Hompage you see only the perfect days with trendmoves and not the chop.

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Hi rptrader!
It is TSSuperTrendV2

If you look to 1/11 - 1/16 there some bad signals, and afterwards some good signals.
Thats a good point, one the Hompage you see only the perfect days with trendmoves and not the chop.

@Falco11 thank you very much for the quick reply. I wasn't aware of that version of SuperTrend but I'm going to download it now.

Thanks again
rptrader

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Hi

Would it be possible to obtain a copy of your template for this - many thanks

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Falco11 View Post
You do not need Rampage or any other of these crap selling pages.

Look to the blog of Rampage on the ES Chart from January 20:
Rampage Trading - Wall Street's Best Kept Secret

And now you can look to my Chart, i have 4 FREE Indicators from the forum with the same result.

Wall Stree´s Best Kept Secret
25 plus years of Wall Street

This Webpages are so trivial and easy to see trough that i am wondering that there are people spending money.

I think it is absolutely ok to pay for indicators wich are really complicated and take a huge time to build up.
The price is also a interesting point, i bought the best indicators to a fair one time only price, for the real and biggest crap you pay thousands or a monthly rate.

Falco

thanks for the reply - where can I find your indicators to try out - also is there some explanation of them

thanks

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