Sqa's Introductory Guide to ICT's Works & Methods v2

the golden gun

RINSE & REPEAT
matty44 said:
Ha, sadly not quite yet. My 2012 didn't continue so perfectly as the first few weeks did. Finished with a modest profit. 2013 was kinda of a down year, and I had my first kid in the fall of 2013, so I ended up not trading too much this past year. Frankly was a bit discouraged after 2013. But with the MM series and order blocks now in the mix, I'm feeling more positive and looking to get back in the swing of things again.
congrats on the kid!

I think you'll have an easier time now that all the concepts are out and available. 2015 should be everyone's best year so far... :-X
 

matty44

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So Im in on the cable and fiber. Fiber had a counfluence of 1H, 4H, and weekly +OBs and the 70.5-79% fib levels and the cable had a 1H +OB converging with the sweet spot fib level. SMT divergence between the two pairs at LO, and USDX at 79% retracement of current range. I'm break even on the fiber.

Time for bed and we'll see how this turns out.

Anyone else in?

Matty
 

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matty44

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So I took just over 60 pips in the Fiber, getting out just before the 200% ext and at 1500 gmt. Stopped out at break even on the Cable. I missed the fact that there was MM sell model playing out (which Michael posted on twitter). But the great thing about missing the top of the sell model is that there's always retracements and breakers. I got 30 pips on the Cable bounce off of the 4H +OB in london close, and price has now moved up right into the breaker that pushed price up to take out stops before heading back down. Looking for price to move lower, and thus far, it has respected the breaker. We'll see if that holds...

Took a VERY small asian session short at the return to the breaker.
 

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sqa

Village Scribe
Matty44, could you start your own thread? Aside from it e-mailing me each time this is replied to, this is technically just the Intro Guide.

Could toss it into the Trade Journal section, if you just want to write up what you were trading. You will get responses there. Or if you're working through a lot of the recent ICT stuff, the Forexmas/MM Series thread would be good, as well.
 

shopster

Well-Known Member
Scamming Trading Gurus

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by Q3D, Today at 9:30 AM.

some fresh meat.

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Sociopathic-deceptive scamming gurus display remarkable instinctive insights, typical of sociopaths, into how to manipulate and exploit their prey.

These gurus often discreetly lurk on forums and social media with pretenses of helping people with their trading wisdom, as the newbie or unprofitable trader becomes ensnared by their apparent compassion and wisdom.

The sociopathic guru knows that by engaging in displays such as freely sharing their trading wisdom ..........:)


http://www.elitetrader.com/et/index.php?threads/scamming-trading-gurus.300205/

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yiehom

Member
Any name ? I never met one.

shopster said:
Scamming Trading Gurus

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by Q3D, Today at 9:30 AM.

some fresh meat.

..........................

Sociopathic-deceptive scamming gurus display remarkable instinctive insights, typical of sociopaths, into how to manipulate and exploit their prey.

These gurus often discreetly lurk on forums and social media with pretenses of helping people with their trading wisdom, as the newbie or unprofitable trader becomes ensnared by their apparent compassion and wisdom.

The sociopathic guru knows that by engaging in displays such as freely sharing their trading wisdom ..........:)


http://www.elitetrader.com/et/index.php?threads/scamming-trading-gurus.300205/

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Peterma

Well-Known Member
De nada,

A learner's strength lies within himself , there is zero need to become subservient to anyone, yet observe all information available.

Just this second I heard a TV ad that finished by saying 'believe everything you hear' - maybe this reflects the information age, do the opposite.
 

yiehom

Member
"Doubt everything before believing anything"

Peterma said:
De nada,

A learner's strength lies within himself , there is zero need to become subservient to anyone, yet observe all information available.

Just this second I heard a TV ad that finished by saying 'believe everything you hear' - maybe this reflects the information age, do the opposite.
 

fxlearner0518

New Member
anyone still have the old ICT videos in the initial starting part?i would lovw to have em,pls let me know and thank u whoever still have it..appreciated..
 
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