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  1. #11
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    Hello Dean

    How do you get Gain in Meta trader? Gain removed volume from their Forex Trader platform additionally Gain supplies esignal platform for the live traders but without quantity...

    Regards
    Here you go:--RRB-

  2. #12
    Hi denbur
    I want to give big thanks to you.
    For a forex trader for 6 years.
    I never paid any attention on volume
    but after read over this danger and see Tom willi's book.
    I have another obvious perspective On trading.
    It actually makes my trading ability at much much progress.
    Now I can read chart better and realize what market is doing.
    Following the market's rhythm with more confidence.
    It is a great and amazing feeling.
    Thank you all for this fantastic threat.

  3. #13
    Hello Denbur,

    Thanks for sharing. I recently commenced research on Volume Spread Analysis and have read Tom Willi book Master The Markets. Great stuff. Looking forward to learning and contributing to this thread.

    Happy trading

  4. #14
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    today I was asked what I think about mathematics formulas and why so many folks can't get success with using them.

    And yet another question was:
    I do not think it is hard for large players to invent different buy/sell/continuation signs on popular specialized indiors, how do we not get cheated or trapped?

    I will offer my view based on what I saw occurring.

    I know that large players are facilitating technical indiors. There are books on technical analysis which were sponsored by businesses that are large. One example is FXCM, their Kathy...
    Why is not this thread still alive! I enjoyed what you had to say here. But, Kathy and Boris formerly did a signal service which was terrible, more wrong than right. Kathy may write about TA but not sure she really trades (Like many other FX'Gurus' for example Peter Bain). So, although I encourage your concept I don't think the signal service did Kathy any issues. Analysts can't trade thats why they are analysts feeding the masses.

  5. #15
    Denbur,
    thank You.

    I just found this is nice spot to learn VSA additionally.


    Thank You.

    Best,
    Tom

  6. #16
    Hi Denbur, what charting package are you currently using to obtain you volume readings for Foreign Exchange? Also, would you find any postings in volume readings, contemplating the nature of the currency markets? I am currently looking for a charting package for volume?

  7. #17
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    Hello Denbur, what charting package are you currently using to obtain you volume readings for Currency Market? Would you find any postings contemplating that the decentralized nature of the currency markets? I am currently looking for a reliable charting package for volume, any suggestions?
    IMHO eSignal is just about the best since they get a feed that includes about 300 banks. Because Currency Market is decentralised without a market you'll never get it all, but this is about the ideal. Be aware that Currency Market volume is tick only, not true volume, but it seems to work as a proxy for volume that is true.

  8. #18
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    Hello Denbur, what charting package are you currently using to get you quantity readings for forex? Would you find any postings contemplating that the decentralized character of the currency markets? I am currently looking for a charting package for quantity, any suggestions?
    You can even just use MT4 quantity (it is free). FXCM and FXDD volumes are close to esignal. . .you can check below thread for all things quantity.

    https://www.nigeriaforextrading.com/...ro-1-15-a.html

  9. #19
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    You can even just use MT4 quantity (it's free). FXCM and FXDD volumes are pretty close to esignal. . .you can check under ribbon for all things quantity.

    Https://www.nigeriaforextrading.com/...1-markets.html
    Hi ,

    If you refer to MT4 quantity, are you referring to this Volumes indior that you can easily add to any chart? I've included a picture.

    If so, does this quantity actually reflect the TICK VOLUME of my broker? (I am trading Forex).

    Thanks for any insights.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hi all,

    When you refer to MT4 volume, are you referring to the Volumes indior you can easily add to some chart? I've included a snapshot.

    If so, does this volume actually reflect the TICK VOLUME of my broker? (I am trading Forex).

    Thank you for any insights.
    Yes, it actually reflects tick volume.

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