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shanemcdonald28
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Shane,

See this post. Its not derived upon days but upon price levels/structure.

the 96.5 was a high volume ledge on the year long daily profile I was keeping an eye on.

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Hey guys

i have been on a mission to customize Fat Tails Vwap and IB bands to my liking

I have added a extra Deviation to the IB so there are 4 IB extensions now

I have also customized the Vwap so.....

Its has the full range of deviation bands

0.5, 1, 1.5, 2 and 3

I have also made it so you can customized all lines styles individual colors

!!!!!!!"WARNING"!!!!!!!!

I am not a coder and i don’t have a clue what i am doing

I just literally taught myself this week end

So use at your own risk!

I will upload them in the correct section of the site

Elite or Public

Where every they are available already

They will be called

ryanCurrentDayVwap and ryanIBbands

Screen shots below





Also ALL credit goes to @Fat Tails for writing these indicators

Harry, were shall i up load these are they Elite??

I have just tweaked them to my liking

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Harry, were shall i up load these are they Elite??

I have just tweaked them to my liking

@greenr: I think that only Elite members can download indicators from the download section, so you load them up where you like. We would need to make a little update for the holidays in 2013.

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short below nakedf vah target eth vwap

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What i did and saw this morning

So we opened today out of balance, out of value and at the the highs of the 8 day bracket we have been trading in

We have a very stretched ETH Vwap and are trading at the highs of the 2nd Dev out of value



My 1st thought this morning were...

We have seen traders pushing higher into the month highs...

We opened 10 ticks off the months highs and a break out area

I saw buyers on the open...but none into the $96.89 highs area

So i went short off the highs



Am going to target ETH vwap around $96.30

and going to watch Fridays highs @ $96.53 as we could tag this area and try to break out higher

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My quick analysis, Open above PDH and holding, I see a VAH at 9645. Watching for a reversal around there. If it gets legs I'll shoot for 9750 as a target.

If it falls back into balance with any volume it could be a very bearish day.

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My quick analysis, Open above PDH and holding, I see a VAH at 9645. Watching for a reversal around there. If it gets legs I'll shoot for 9750 as a target.

If it falls back into balance with any volume it could be a very bearish day.

Looking good...all i can see at the moment is buying absorption


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I was suggesting that i wanted to see the see "A" TPO period hold

I was just trying predicting what was going to happen before it happened

This of one of the Key skill required i think to use "Market Generated Inofrmation"

To see some thing before it happenes and then act on your belief

Im far for as good as i need to be, but im learning fast

Look at private banker......predicting that we would see the spike down into the close

I know that a diffrent situation...but never the less. Its reading into some thing before it happens

I understand what you are trying to say.
Predicting what might happen and then placing a trade accordingly if it does what you thought... understanding that it is random and you must accept the risk b4 you take the trade.

Time watching your instrument teaches you these aspects.

Telling yourself if the market is doing XYZ and then it does ABC, I am going to do DEF. All the while understanding that if it goes against me, I am only risking 15 tics.

This line of thinking is paramount because it keeps me from jumping on the next trade without having my three reasons for taking a trade in the first place.

The hard part for me can sometimes be... not accepting a loss because I invested so much time in taking a trade that I believe the market owes me for my time invested.

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I understand what you are trying to say.
Predicting what might happen and then placing a trade accordingly if it does what you thought... understanding that it is random and you must accept the risk b4 you take the trade.

Time watching your instrument teaches you these aspects.

Telling yourself if the market is doing XYZ and then it does ABC, I am going to do DEF. All the while understanding that if it goes against me, I am only risking 15 tics.

This line of thinking is paramount because it keeps me from jumping on the next trade without having my three reasons for taking a trade in the first place.

The hard part for me can sometimes be... not accepting a loss because I invested so much time in taking a trade that I believe the market owes me for my time invested.

Yes i hear you

@Patrick S

I think the main problem here and a lot of people cannot understand this......

You need to be ready and poisoned for ABC before ABC happens!

and be prepared for EDF when it happenes

You need to be ahead of the heard and these are the hardest trades to take...but the best

You take you position with the intentions of expecting something to happen with the given scenario

and if what you expect to happen does not happen your wrong and pull the plug

But if what you expect happen...actually happens, your ahead of the game and very well poisoned

I mean this take a lot of experience and you have to know what to look for and what to monitor and this is one of the hardest things to do

Not a lot can do it, but that’s how i believe the pros operate (the 10% that actually opperate well above the odds of success)

But the time a trade has given a 60-80% conformation of what going to happen.....your already too late!

So as much as “predicting” might be the wrong word…..

But in effect you are predicting your believes of certain probable situations that are built into your own intuition and experiance ahead of time and positioning yourself accordingly managing risk

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