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 sunny135 
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I haven't tried this software, but on the site they say its price based.

If I'm not mistaken there are a few blue to red products associated with NINJA.

This one reminds me of BWT .

Although an important distinction is with one your allowed an outright purchase vs. the other asking for monthly payments.

Over time that can become an important difference. $$$$

Have you ever considered using what is available at BIG MIKE'S to create and back-test your own system?

THIS may be an excellent start.






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Here are some similar, and in my opinion better indicators. I rearange them to have dots instead of lines. One thing I learned here @ futures.io (formerly BMT) is never to pay. I paid $3700 for a year to get the SAME thing I have here.

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Here is a shot of my Renko and 5 min. charts

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Hi,

I really am stupid about Ninja.

Can someone briefly tell me the steps to import the 2 files into Ninja and how I would display them in a template?

Thanks so much!

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I really am stupid about Ninja.

Can someone briefly tell me the steps to import the 2 files into Ninja and how I would display them in a template?

Thanks so much!

researcher247

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Thank you guys for all input.

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Wow!

That is incredibly complicated trying to import the indicators because I tried to use brute force method.

I am lost. Is there a way to convert the 2 attachments to templates instead of the indicator way?

I'll keep trying; but I am lost for the moment.

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The 1st one worked, the June2009sc zip--imported into Ninja no problem and now I have the 2 indicators in the zip file; which are

@ATR
ATRTrailingStop

Now the 2nd zip file I have attempted 2 times and tried the 'brute force' method and that did not work; so attempting the 3rd option.

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Sunny,

I know it's been a while since you've first asked about Rampage. I was wondering if you've ever
tried their AutoTrader.

I'm thinking of renting their AutoTrader but very hesitant because there's no demo video, no
free trial and no refund. Tough stuff to consider.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

P.S. This question is open to all forum members so please chime in if you had experience
with this Autotrader. The good, the bad the ugly if you will.

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2012-05-27_1224 - RampageTrading's library


would like to present latest educational training video, which reviews trade examples from the past few days covering instruments such as the ES, CL, TF, 6E and more.

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2012-05-27_1224 - RampageTrading's library


would like to present latest educational training video, which reviews trade examples from the past few days covering instruments such as the ES, CL, TF, 6E and more.

Thanks for the video!

Just curious why Rampage Trading doesn't offer a free trial.

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It ain't no big thang!

Use the Supetrend download; tweak it with their historical chart examples and use an 8 or 6 period ema and voila!

Fyi--you won't get their 'yellow' bars but whatever.

I do use Supertrend for daily forex trading as 1 of my filters for 'momentum breakouts.'

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Just subscribed last night and so far so good, it works good on SIM
The most important rule to follow is to always enter and exit the trades NOT on the signal right away but instead wait for the pullback to the 10-period EMA, this rule makes or breaks your results
Also, the indicator works best on time based charts

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Hi,
Prior to joining futures.io (formerly BMT), I had subscribed to Rampage. The past 4 weeks I have tested both Rampage and U11 extensively-Rampage and U11 signals match perfectly(well,almost).

Where they don't match(very rarely) its always a max of bar or two difference in marking signals and neither can be said to catch the trend early on as there are few where Rampage catches first and few others where U11 does.

See attached images for various TFs with both Rampage and U11 in the charts for two instruments Zinc and Silver(Exchange:MCX(India)).
Both were tested with default settings.In fact, Rampage doesn't provide any configuration options. This made my testing easier as this rules out the possibility of there being some config changes which could produce relatively superior results.

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I agree they may look similar but if you add the 10 EMA and RVOL to Rampage you may see a whole new picture
But of course if SuperTrend is working for you and you are getting good results then stick with it

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I agree they may look similar but if you add the 10 EMA and RVOL to Rampage you may see a whole new picture
But of course if SuperTrend is working for you and you are getting good results then stick with it

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

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I took 2 sim trades after the 10:00 AM news and both were winners
I use 3-minute chart with 10 EMA and the 4 range MTA with RVOL
Long on blue bot, blue price bar, blue MTA, blue RVOL bar and pullback to 10-EMA
Vice versa for short
Target 7 ticks and close trade on change of direction in MTA or color of dots or my stop
Using both RVOL and MTA to filter out trades is great because they keep you out of chop
And also RVOL will sometimes signal change of trend before the dots switch color so you don't re-enter with the dots while the market is reversing direction
I was so scared to trade live today but in hindsight....well....
I may start a trade journal once I go live just to stay honest to my plan

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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.

Good luck

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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
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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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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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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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