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#1 hubba hubba

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Posted 18 July 2015 - 12:33 PM

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hi all, this is where i share not a strategy in particular but rather my style of trading. hence the thread's name. 

It is a very simple strategy like most where i trade the market with it's momentary pull backs, reversal and trending.

U might find my style of trading such market a little 'random' but this is how i perceive the market and trades it.

This style and strategy is not a result of a 3 hour or 3 day high ITM performance. I have been using a similar strategy and trade it with the same style for almost 12 months. Not actively as i have a day job but nonetheless, sufficient and quality screen time has been clocked.

 

For those who have been following my other thread would roughly have an idea of what kind of member i am.

http://www.binaryopt...rs-band-5-mins/

 

i am not here to sell or promote anything because i have a rather good-paying job which i plan to stick with it.

i am not here for popularity contest so u will not find any BS stuff from me.

i am here simply i have gained a lot of knowledge and information here in BOE and BOD. Now i am just trying to help out other passionate, hardworking and relentless traders/members.

 

The template of my strategy is such. Last few weeks i have tried different indicators and finally i am settled with these. There is actually not much difference in all of those i have tried. For they are not game-changing. U can try and replace these with other similar ones. As long as u get the core trading concept from my strategy and style. The template and indicators only adds up 50% of the trading performance i achieve. The other 50% comes from the user's screen time. I know, such a bummer right? 

 

There is no magic arrow here that will appear (and stays there) to tell u where the market will be going. But if u find one or owns one, please let me know. 

 

EDIT: more detailed explanations here: http://www.binaryopt...5-mins/?p=29766

 

Good news = This strategy and my style has been consistently profitable for me. So u too can achieve this.

Bad news = I can safely say this is not for any trader who does not have sufficient screen time.


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Posted 18 July 2015 - 12:36 PM

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These are the indicators and template for this strategy.

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Posted 18 July 2015 - 12:36 PM

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Guidelines for entry.
 
in order of actions
 
1. Wait for VC alert to come on. 
2. Wait for confirmation of a candle before entry. Or look for candle with high probability characteristics like pinbar, bullish engulf and what not. 
3. Then make entry. 
 
If market is trending, go for 15 mins expiry.
If market is ranging, go for 5 mins expiry. 
Or depending on the characteristic of the candle to select expiry.
 
Supporting indicators for making entry decision.
Wait for the market movement to reveal the situation of higher high, lower low. Use the past SR levels to assist in that.
Wait for market movement to reveal the situation on how the pair moves with the 21 EMA. Watch the wicks and SR levels with EMA. They give very good indication on the next movement of the pair in a range of 2-3 candles. 

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Posted 18 July 2015 - 12:39 PM

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Single vertical dotted line = 5 mins expiry

Double vertical dotted line 3 candles apart = 15 mins expiry.

 

Please refer to the guidelines for all the entries above. All these were ITM.


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Posted 18 July 2015 - 12:39 PM

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HS%202_zpsqkyb29cf.png

 

Single vertical dotted line = 5 mins expiry
Double vertical dotted line 3 candles apart = 15 mins expiry.
 
Please refer to the guidelines for all the entries above. All these were ITM.

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Posted 18 July 2015 - 12:46 PM

The key to my entry is this. Look at all the candles just before my entries. U will see that the main 'indicator' here, that is a game-changer, is that candle before all my entries. The alerts, SR levels, EMA, they are just building it all up to that candle, that candle before i make my entry. 

 

i leave u to the charts. Better yet, do a backtest using my template and guidelines. 

 

Let the discussion begins ! 


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Posted 18 July 2015 - 12:59 PM

I love this.....hubba hubba style.gat to check my charts now
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Posted 18 July 2015 - 01:00 PM

My English is translated by google ! .... More think of to understand that their work is amazing , and I thank you for it!

 

God Bless you and you all in Double !


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Posted 18 July 2015 - 01:28 PM

 

HS%202_zpsqkyb29cf.png

 

Single vertical dotted line = 5 mins expiry
Double vertical dotted line 3 candles apart = 15 mins expiry.
 
Please refer to the guidelines for all the entries above. All these were ITM.

 

thanks hubba i got a question

http://gyazo.com/fdf...f52475b20425d6f

this right here will you enter it ?  or just count as OTM


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Posted 18 July 2015 - 01:31 PM

thanks hubba i got a question

http://gyazo.com/fdf...f52475b20425d6f

this right here will you enter it ?  or just count as OTM

 


Haha I was about to ask that exact same question! Is it because the market is starting to go down? (look at the EMA).

 

Apart from knowing which trades to take, I'd like to know which ones not to take.

 

 

PS: I'm so glad you started the thread Hubba! Made my day!



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Posted 18 July 2015 - 02:02 PM

hubba hubba

 

 

The key to my entry is this. Look at all the candles just before my entries. U will see that the main 'indicator' here, that is a game-changer, is that candle before all my entries. The alerts, SR levels, EMA, they are just building it all up to that candle, that candle before i make my entry. 

 

i leave u to the charts. Better yet, do a backtest using my template and guidelines. 

 

Let the discussion begins ! 

but where is color stochastic on your screenshots? jr you dont use it any more?



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Posted 18 July 2015 - 02:23 PM

hubba hubba

 

 

but where is color stochastic on your screenshots? jr you dont use it any more?

 

He replaced it with Value Charts. You can use stoch instead if you want, or other OB/OS indicator. I'd recommend sticking with VC while we learn though



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Posted 18 July 2015 - 02:58 PM

hi all, this is where i share not a strategy in particular but rather my style of trading. hence the thread's name.
It is a very simple strategy like most where i trade the market with it's momentary pull backs, reversal and trending.
U might find my style of trading such market a little 'random' but this is how i perceive the market and trades it.
This style and strategy is not a result of a 3 hour or 3 day high ITM performance. I have been using a similar strategy and trade it with the same style for almost 12 months. Not actively as i have a day job but nonetheless, sufficient and quality screen time has been clocked.

For those who have been following my other thread would roughly have an idea of what kind of member i am.
http://www.binaryopt...rs-band-5-mins/

i am not here to sell or promote anything because i have a rather good-paying job which i plan to stick with it.
i am not here for popularity contest so u will not find any BS stuff from me.
i am here simply i have gained a lot of knowledge and information here in BOE and BOD. Now i am just trying to help out other passionate, hardworking and relentless traders/members.

The template of my strategy is such. Last few weeks i have tried different indicators and finally i am settled with these. There is actually not much difference in all of those i have tried. For they are not game-changing. U can try and replace these with other similar ones. As long as u get the core trading concept from my strategy and style. The template and indicators only adds up 50% of the trading performance i achieve. The other 50% comes from the user's screen time. I know, such a bummer right?

There is no magic arrow here that will appear (and stays there) to tell u where the market will be going. But if u find one or owns one, please let me know.

Good news = This strategy and my style has been consistently profitable for me. So u too can achieve this.
Bad news = I can safely say this is not for any trader who does not have sufficient screen time.


Well said.
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Posted 18 July 2015 - 03:13 PM

He replaced it with Value Charts. You can use stoch instead if you want, or other OB/OS indicator. I'd recommend sticking with VC while we learn though

watching screenshots it seem to mee that it is better understood where to enter the trade with stoch, VC does not show it,

maybe I just dont know how to use it right



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Posted 18 July 2015 - 03:33 PM

watching screenshots it seem to mee that it is better understood where to enter the trade with stoch, VC does not show it,

maybe I just dont know how to use it right

Maybe! But I think he would use Stoch to start looking for an entry when it gets in OB/OS zone; he wouldn't wait for it to change directions, so he wouldn't use it to do the entry. (this is all speculation, maybe he would).

 

If you think Stoch will work better for you, then use Stoch! As Hubba said, the thread is more about the style he trades, so you can adapt everything to fit your own style. The reason I said I'd recommend sticking with VC is because his examples will have VC for now



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thanks hubba i got a question

http://gyazo.com/fdf...f52475b20425d6f

this right here will you enter it ?  or just count as OTM

 

hey thenakaz. good question and the scenario u asked, happens a lot.

first i have to tell u that this strategy and the style i trade it, does not give me 100 % ITM. But i am very comfortable and confident about it.

when i say i am comfortable and confident about it, i am saying i have put all my trading experience into crafting the guidelines and use indicators i understand.

so if despite of all these and i get an OTM, i let it slide. i will not go after that trade and re-analyze and change my settings or use new indicators.

i have reach a point where i look beyond OTM because i know at the end of every week, my winners are very much higher than losers.

So my recommendation is, make your own observation, make your own guidelines and use them, follow them as close as your account depends on it.

and when u do get OTM after all this, dust it off and continue. the market does what the market does. leave it, have confidence in yourself.

 

now, having said all these, like i said i accept OTM as market's behaviour and not because of a flaw in my strategy. 

let's come back to your question. When we look at the VC first, and then the candles and follow my guidelines, yes it seemed that this is an OTM despite following my guidelines.

 

but do u noticed that i did not make any trade there? instead my next entry was 8 candles later. U see that?

the confirmation candle (green) did appear after the VC alerts as according to my guidelines. But notice the fall with 2 long red candles, followed by another indecisive candle and a another full body red candle with very short wicks on both ends?

All these happened before the green confirmation candle. Based on the indicators, strategy, template and guidelines, this was a legit entry for CALL.

But if u look at the market, the size of the red candles, the number of SR levels it busted, the rate of fall. That was a 50-50 as it can go both ways after the green confirmation candle.

 

this is how i looked at it. It was a risky confirmation candle. And market sentiment at that time is down.

so i waited for the pair to move back up to the nearest Support where it broke through to see would that be a new Resistance for it.

As u can see, the candle busted through the old Support but the next candle came back to the level with a wick cut through the EMA.

 

Now look at these 3 candles. the 2 green and 1 red which just cut through the EMA. Does it look like sign of exhaustion? It sure did to me.

that was the reason i entered at the next candle with 15 mins expiry.

 

This is riding the trend. why stand in front of the train when u wait and ride the next one? 


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Haha I was about to ask that exact same question! Is it because the market is starting to go down? (look at the EMA).

 

Apart from knowing which trades to take, I'd like to know which ones not to take.

 

 

PS: I'm so glad you started the thread Hubba! Made my day!

 

 

hey andynm.

i have to give u a very cliche reply here. but the proof lies in the 2 screen shot.

noticed i have more CALLs on the first screenshot and more PUTs on the second? 

because i trade mostly with the overall trend. And while the market is trending, when it has 'hyper-extended', i make short reversals trade. 

Which is also why i have fewer counter trend trades in the screen shots.

And most of all my trending following trades, i always wait for a confirmation candle first. i wait for the market to let me in for a ride.

those counter trend trades i wait for obvious candle exhaustion. 

how we know if the market is 'hyper-extended'. we dont but we can make an educated guess. Look at the candle size and how far it has strayed from the EMA.


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Posted 18 July 2015 - 09:41 PM

 

Trade the market, dont trade the indicators. .....(excerpt from the other thread)

 
1st reversal candle after vc hits ob/os, trade the next candle......ie. trade reversal the vc indi for most ppl.
 

"All these happened before the green confirmation candle. Based on the indicators, strategy, template and guidelines, this was a legit entry for CALL.

But if u look at the market, the size of the red candles, the number of SR levels it busted, the rate of fall. That was a 50-50 as it can go both ways after the green confirmation candle.

 

this is how i looked at it. It was a risky confirmation candle. And market sentiment at that time is down.".....unquote

 

There were 2 put trades after this potential call trade....ie. skip call and go for put trades(5 all together) as they presented themselves......indicates you already had a overall short bias to the market at the point of the 1st call trade potential which turned out right ending with a "hyper extended" short trend move.
 
I'm sure many would like to be able to read the market like you did but that remain beyond their reach. More examples such as this may help nudge them forward. And the spot/futures market beckons those who acquire such skills. Good job mate.

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hubba hubba

 

 

but where is color stochastic on your screenshots? jr you dont use it any more?

 

 

 

watching screenshots it seem to mee that it is better understood where to enter the trade with stoch, VC does not show it,

maybe I just dont know how to use it right

 

hey ramazan ! 

 

yes u are right, i replaced STOCH (coloured with alerts) with VC. 

let me explain and u tell me if this make any sense to u.

 

U see, according to my guidelines, never once i mentioned that any of the indicator has to be 'this colour', 'this value', 'make a turn' and so on. 

In my other thread using BB and VC, i specifically mentioned that the overbought/oversold tip of VC cant be more than 25%, remember?

Here in this thread, with this strategy, i have already preset the values of VC in the template file. All i need from VC is just an alert message.

Yup, the ONLY thing the VC is contributing is sounding off an alert message to me when a candle reached, touched or busted the OB/OS level.

 

Once the alert message comes on, we wait for the market (candles) to do the work for us. No indicators so to speak. There is no need to watch for which line to cross which level, which colour of STOC to look out for. None of that. VC alert is all i need before i take over the strategy completely.

 

Once the VC alert message comes on, it is all eyes on deck. The shortest reaction time to make an entry is 5 mins after the alert comes on. 

The longest it took is under 40 mins. Let all of the confluence of the prevailing market conditions reveal itself. The SR levels, EMA lines busted or not and candles' presentation.  

Up to this point, all indicators have serve their purpose and your screen time takes over. Look at the candles movement and decide for yourself if the next candle is a legit entry.

 

i am sure u have used the STOCH for this strategy before. Now i am asking u to think for a moment. Would STOCH gives u a better market assessment than VC here? Where all i need is an alert to tell me the FX Pair has gone into OB/OS?

 

Dont get me wrong. Both STOC and VC does the same thing. But i have tweaked the settings on VC so that all i care about is that it has reached OB/OS. I dont even care if VC indicators has touched OB/OS and pull backed within the same VC candle. No, that doesnt affect my strategy. U see my point ?

 

It is a discussion here, it does not mean that this is my thread, i absolutely know  what i am doing. i am still learning everyday from everyone here. Because i have been getting very good results doing this with my own style so i thought i share it here. No one is right or wrong here, it is really a matter of how we perceive the market.


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Posted 18 July 2015 - 11:01 PM

sorry, wrong button.


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