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  1. #11
    I have found ordered meaning based on size and its position.

    Hunting the 1H TF for spreads under ten (10) pips (g/u), then grinding into the 1'TF for large, perfect small-spread patterns, gets the trend-defining patterns.
    There's also a midline involving 30 - pip spread bars that coincide with news things. Is a small-spread pattern; so that its own import is justified by the loion frequently it is small.
    Super- or double-high disperse TL's, attached with every low and high concerning solid bodies, are floatable after being connected with the first one-pip disperse bar. Otherwise, you'd occasionally lose worth keeping it a very small deviation into nowhere.

    There's absolute small-spread patterns, which prepare one for the upcoming pivot's new area; this one goes well with the small-spread pattern found in the midline between 30 -disperse news minutes.
    This gets the center of tendencies from there, and with regular-to-small patterns and high (that the 30 , again) - to - little patterns. These thread middle-of-the-road patterns and the highs and lows.
    They utilize absolute small-spread patterns on the pivot deviations and comparative small-spread patterns on a secondary deviation in the shadow or surface of a in-trend deviation.

  2. #12
    A good example of ordered meaning for every bar station based on its size and position:

    To explain: The first image shows the side of the first ss pattern. The image shows both sides of the second ss pattern, and the left side of the ss pattern. The image shows the right side of the ss pattern, the three doji's on the right side of the chart. The image shows the overview effect of the chart, with accent in the dark box where all of the ss patterns overlap.

    Edit: Actually, there are three other ss patterns revealing, ones from the past significant move on Sunday. They countered the ones under, as most effectively shown in the fourth film.

    The reason why I liked this area's TL's so much is due to the fifth film. It reveals the price-time line functions logically with the lines from Sunday move, visiting them and then trapping with the newer lines that are explained below.

    Looking them over, it is obvious they're great lines, and just as apparent I need to include logarithmic waves to see the energy. Momo traces of dojis, fashion centerlines, logic dots and the like. Separate window in the platform, most likely, considering the complexity of including those traces.

    4h later: The newer traces ceased working an hour following the fifth chart's hre. Not sure why, logarithmic move just finished I suppose

    12h afterwards (0430EST): Wrong. The price-time line was in an area of indecision for hours at that moment. It decided to proceed only with the newer lines, eventually, which is what it did all night.
    The sixth image revises interpretation of the price-time line's move, and the seventh image finishes it on newer stuff. In the london and new york sessions, with the normal high ratio of 1-2pipspread pub's to other in the Asian, the following day's set of bsTL patterns should have appeared in the picture.

  3. #13
    I discovered an interesting coincidence after perusing a different thread on Sunday opens. BsTL's in Friday's close explaining the Sunday opening gap also do explaining the remainder of the week and comprise itself a bit in the next.
    Here is what I have, for a few weeks:

    first, the two Fridays (the white vertical lines, just markers for (some of the) 1psb's) --

    afterward, why it is so interesting (pictures in order, just skip some opportunity to get the thought (they being around the 1'TF); and, the final image is a few after the next week (blue) TL's (, in which a few of the final week's TL's work together with the blue ones) --

  4. #14
    Rate the value of a TL:Mid-, a very simple line segment using a dot in its centre center-, such as mid- only more involved with fourths with emphasis on the centre partitioned evenly, using the dot between each of a random number of lines of the exact same length repetitions, the dots themselves being quite comparable objects and irregular spaces/lines between them interaction, a few lines, and creating an item there *
    Examples of usage:

    A TL drawn across many key pivots to reach one more pivot, utilizes a very simple kind of 4) repetition to achieve its objective. In the event the pivots develop depending on the repetition of a small silhouette, this TL would have more 5) interaction and raise its value.

    The conventional pattern of symmetric triangle, attracted for the jog after it finishes, utilizes 1)-4), using complicated significance in 1,2 and easy worth in 3,4. It has a line that is useable, only there is more of a centerline, no real midpoint.
    Several cycles undergo the symtri, only each cycle is not crucial for its evolving in the previous cycle, as much as simply continuing the trace of this pattern's overall form. Plus, a symtri's variety of cycles is restricted before the pattern is completed, which suggests more a complex centeredness and a very simple repetition.
    A symtri includes a random number of line segments of an equally graduated length, and consequently is 3) partitioned complexly since it's also easy in being two ) centered and 4) repetitious. Thus, because of a strong 3) in its description, a correctly-made symmetric triangle is effective TL's in the trend run after its conclusion.

    A small (manufactured of 1-3 pip bars) spread pattern repeats before and/or after the drawable one, to get a marginally complicated 4), complicated in the sense that occasionally a rep can help draw extra lines of restricted, local usage. (1)) Midlines tend to be effective between a few of a small spread pattern's TL's. (5)) Interactions, carefully derived for appropriateness, do kind interactions, only, such as midlines, are consequently used sparingly. 2, 3 and 4 are easy to slightly complex, which leaves a feeble 3), unhinging a spread pattern out of being effective as given when correctly made. Price can then largely utilize a line or two of the spread pattern, when so.

    A buff, or rather a spread pattern arising using the price-time line forming a dot and a fan in the front of the scatter (think Gatling gun) has a neutral position on 3)'s weightiness, hence enabling at least a serpentine all-inclusiveness of price during its participation with the fan.

    A previous example is a trend centerline in the feeling of a fashion midline, in which a line is drawn midway within a narrow fashion. 1) is utilized simply right away. Frequently, this trend's middle is helpful, with extra bars there which may connect to a different trend with extra bars in its middle. Then, 1) can be utilized complexly. While two )-4) are easy, they are of limited range and therefore reliable; this is what suggests (non-fan) spread patterns, whose 2-4 will throw off the results, go nicely with them. Trend centerlines can resemble a bigger area's fashion, and thus make a pivot like the first example; this is a somewhat complex 5).

    * note: References to 5), the most exact use of TL's since the crossed TL's actually make the price-time line in contrast to the usual lucky strike, largely only refers to contours the described TL intersects before one uses it in an unplotted area.

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  6. #16
    Of course, anything could be made complied

    and work

    or neglect


    Great thing is, new ideas facilitate the road to knowing:

  7. #17
    Some gee-whiz TL's, and also a bit of hope all this junk may work one afternoon:

    How I see it, chart patterns are designed to draw TL's that decide in which the price-time line will go next. The pinnacle of drawing TL's from line patterns is when you can find a lot of TL sets in a row which explain the region attached to every one of them operates in relation with the remaining part of the chart areas of the identical size. This is a TL series.
    Once I made my first TL series, I was finally convinced that it's possible to draw the more obtuse TL collections and trust them with no chart history directly in front of me. This impression should increase.

    Http:// of all the Kinds of TL's I typically find powerful, and lots of examples of TL's with this template (each with an EST template, a sketch, and/or images of close-up of this region prior to this TL (place ), TL (place )'s origin, development along its lines, end point of its traces, and/or overall impression): , , ; , , ; 3, , origin ,,,, overall ,,,,;

    TL series
    (which uses simple logic to follow one TL (place ) after another, each TL (place )'s area regular or condensed/expanding) (templates (in EST), some with pictures):,

  8. #18
    patterns, two:

    rectangle kinds diagonal parallel lines:
    conflicting (-angle) smashed (duplicate ) of entire bigs (immediately prior to and after pt lineup )
    50% copies parallel into TL endless lines moving through the corners of this rectangle covering each of these purposely infrequent patterns; also, horizontals flat just cover multiple approximate touching, slight overlap enabled, of one degree in one place, to get a pattern that aligns with a flat line

    -- reproduced from ICC E

    I had been looking to the traces of ICC E concerning their being hand-drawn rather than automatic, and I would rather work on fitting ends, facilities and fitting TL's that do so. Accurate, fits in with amount of data my TL's normally provide.
    The lines above are more like the oldest lines in my other threads, that can be approximate.

    I had been considering endings, centers and fitting TL's that do so, the endings and/or facilities each on a single TL.

    It'll also do the job for two patterns that are similar and then a third pattern that combines the two.

    Things kind of spiraled after this.

    I began using a diagonal box similar to this one in ICC E, building it on the compromising creation thought. Then I spun off the compromising creation thought with single TL's that follow the traditional view (and look somewhat like the flat grouped-touch horizontal-line regions, another approach in ICC E.
    I went and replaced reduced - together with higher-TF lines, after establishing spaces and angles. I had been feeding off natural 50% gaps to do this, rather than just using the first box's 50% gaps; with this came a natural stopping point to utilize the parallel lines.

    Https:// template (gbpusd 1 Dec 2009 EST, starting with the 1' TF and then switching back and forth between it and greater TF's, afterwards making traces from highlighted formations on the 5'TF; in yellow boxes and white lines).
    Then I found another creation in gbpusd EST 2009 (in yard green boxes and lines): 12 7 0345 into 12 8 0615, that also compromised two small configurations; just this moment, the thought split to a 3 originals - two compromisers, the center of the three that the single to attach into the first of the two.
    This creation, on the 15'TF, found that a TL beginning from 11 30 0930 into 12 1 0230, that goes throughout the same beginning point of this formation and is still useful about 3 8 0415.
    In this copy of this template,, I shifting some of the parallel lines in the 5, 15'TF and moved the new ones to the 1H TF degree, basically covering all time.
    The thing is to maintain exact, for it's tempting to throw a lineup on in the 1H TF first, after drawing a lot of the lines.

    It is conceded being not automatic, the aforementioned approach is less useful than the process (ICC E) borrowed from; too, the approach is messy in its own explanation, which builds the method of being nearly useless. Nevertheless, notions presented here can help improve drawing a chart.

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Of course, anything could be made complied

    still trying to understand.

  10. #20
    Alright, here is a summary, or rather a statement on the way you can produce better TL's. (I've observed this attribute in lots of those more experienced ff traders' TL's.)

    NOTES: There have been more than three pages following the significant sign;
    the initial l and m approach is my way of warming up to seeing what is going on with PA, not something anybody has to replie;
    and, the sixth image is the most important one, revealing the point of the post the most certainly.

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