@rogerf, the only real issue is no DLL's. Otherwise there is no problem for you to share your stuff if you want to do that.
What you need to do is just create a new thread with an appropriate topic in The Elite Circle forum then you can talk about the indicator and attach it there. Or if you want to have one thread for multiple indicators that is fine as well.
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To start a thread in the Elite Circle just click on the Elite Circle on the front page of the forum.....once you are there scroll down a little and you will see a "new thread" button......just click on it and fill in the various sections.....if you have any problems.....I'll just start the thread for you and you can upload to your hearts content.
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No worries Jeff...Personally Im not interested. He is clearly a very impressive personality based on yours and Fluxsmiths responses and knows something about trading. And given the reception and acknowledgement he has recieved here I would be surprised if a few new members havent or will become his clients. So it will be a good return for his efforts and hopefully a good investment for his new clients.
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I suspect Roger is a good business man as well, and the thoughts that you express, I'm sure also crossed his mind. He had nothing to lose, he made an effort to defend his integrity, and in the process maybe pick up a couple of potential clients... It's a win/win for him On the other side, a couple of you guys had the opportunity to get his perspective on the markets.
I would accept this offer first and focus on the indis second . Roger is a master at reading market structure and Im sure he will tell you its the "where" to trade thats most important . He has an insight about price structure and form thats invaluable and you will serve yourself well picking his brain on these subjects .
You don't need to have a 1:1 or less reward/risk ratio to trade divergence, With a 6 or 8 tick target, and 3 or 4 tick stop, I trade divergence with 2:1 reward/risk, and most of my entries have 3:1, and a good number have 4:1 available. I trade 2:1 because I hate sitting through pullbacks, I hit my targets on the 1st push. I want the 1st pull back to stop me out, or break me even. And, contrary to popular belief, not all divergences are counter trend, about 1/3 of my divergence signals are with the trend.
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He had a very bad day Thursday and didn't hide the fact that he lost a substantial amount. I had stopped watching, but somehow I came back and voila his DOM was slightly profitable? Now, I could take my DOM offline and add a bunch of quantity and get myself back to profit as well, so I don't know what he did to do that and honestly don't trust anything I can't see. (My issues I know...)
He was up substantially on Friday already prior to the time shown on the website to enter the room, but I watched for a few hours and he made about 350.00 more himself.
He seems not to follow too many of his own signals and is selective. He trades for a 'brick' most times where the renko brick is typically 4.
I think he could and is a profitable trader, although I don't know when/if he trades live compared to SIM.
Here is my take:
1. Roger is about the sweetest guy you will see in this business.
2. If you were part of his program then you could learn to be profitable.
3. He is honest and has integrity from talking w/ him and he makes you feel good about trading.
If I were new at trading, this is something I would jump on. I am trying to get a friend to take a closer look.
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