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Thread: Win in Trend and Win in Range

  1. #11
    Food for thought: If we could come up with so many filters until we enter into a trade, what is preventing us from using multiple exit filters?

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Excellent. Now we are talking. Keep coming to these ideas, . Assuming that you've got successful range and fashion egies, would you like to illue with a few diagr maybe you'd bring this to bear?
    Have not pursued that direction however; need to consider it more, as it may be more complied than it might seem initially. So, if progress will be made by me I will come back.

  3. #13
    It's only after the fact really which you can tell if u are in a trend or range market. In the event that you have been in a trend and u though trend would continue, you might take a trade and the market can sit at a range as soon as you take the trade. The same holds for the opposite, you might trade as if u r at a range,m and as soon as u take the trade, then market price breaks out and begins a new fad . . just my two cents

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    It is only after the fact really that you can tell if they're in a fashion or range market. IF you have been in a fashion and though trend could continue, you may take a trade after which the market may sit at a range as soon as you take the trade. The same holds for the opposite, you may trade like u r at a range,m as soon as u take the trade, then market price breaks out and starts a new fad . . just my 2 pennies
    Precisely. You've described the key pain point that all traders face. The question is, how can you win in both?

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Precisely. You have clarified the key pain point that all traders confront. The question is, how do you triumph in both?
    Trade supply/demand or support/resistance. They work in both markets most of the time, Those areas hold in either market (most of the time, not All the time of course)

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Trade supply/demand or support/resistance. They work in both markets most of the time, Those places hold in either market (most of the time, not all the good time of course)
    How do you accurately pinpoint a rebound or a rest off any zone/SR line?

  7. #17
    I see you're doing my friend. Good job, keep it up!

  8. #18
    You can perform trend and range trading.
    Only determine the longer-term trend on the daily.
    Oh ok, the tendency is up on the daily TF.
    Today we just buy near the base of the range, not sell on top of the range.
    We could have a stop in place when price nears the top of the range.
    When a break-out occurs, we're in for a fat pay-out.
    If not, we'll still get a nice profit when price hits the stop.

    Ofcourse you'll be able to sell the cover of the range too, but that's not the same egy.

  9. #19
    It is possible by the way. To endure the range without any severe harms.
    And even make a buck or 2 at the range, but maybe not always. Certainly not always...
    You need to consider way of grabbing the range's shirts and bottoms with stop orders (trend).
    Think simple. Get right down to my own IQ level of 75.
    Simple thinking. That is exactly what you need.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    It's possible incidentally. To survive the range without any serious damages. And earn a buck or 2 at the range, but not always. Certainly not always... You need to think of way of grabbing the range's shirts and bottoms with stop orders (trend). Think simple. Get down to my IQ level of 75. Straightforward thinking. This is exactly what you need.
    Zigzags?

    No one's better with hedging here than you MZ gt; how can you determine the ideal time to reverse? Or price? Can you spare us a hint or two?

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