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  +0.00p +0.00% 242.00p 230.00p 254.00p - - - 0 08:00:27
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25/8/2009
08:38
Great great thread Bleu. Th 61.8% Fib is the most accurate the only problem is learning which high and low to choose and that comes with experience. There many different sets of tools to use that will work well. The key to being successful is as you pointed out at the top. Setting a SMALL stop that is easy to recoup if wrong and always using good money mangement. If these two things are ignored then it doesn't matter how much you make you will simply lose it ALL at a later date.
hithere2
25/8/2009
07:32
does anyone know where you can get itchmoku charts live, brokers ect,i,ve found it on metatrader but only for forex !
mroalan
25/8/2009
07:21
already posted but i have this one in my fav. folder http://www.trading-naked.com/Setups.htm bleunose- it might be a good idea to put these links on your header for easy access. btw advfn links in a header do not work.
noon
25/8/2009
07:16
you will find that all candles need later confirmation
mornington crescent
25/8/2009
06:53
Good thread blue... RS, re Gravestone Doji.....If you look at the Monthly Chart of DJI the June Gravestone Doji did not work out. I wonder if alone it is sufficient indicator.
andonis
25/8/2009
06:52
i set this up really to see if i could involve people to talk about all different aspects about trading and everyones different interpretations . i agree there is tons of stuff to use its about getting one that works for you and sticking with it
bleunose
25/8/2009
06:47
bleu you seem to be attaching great importance to indicators but have you actually tried trading without them ? try it you will learn a lot more about market/price action than you would think
mornington crescent
24/8/2009
23:53
snap, there's lots of good articles in this link http://www.trading-naked.com/Articles_and_Reprints.htm Try and find your own system that works and follow it. If you can, spend time just watching the live charts while you paper trade and don't use too many indicators of the same type eg rsi, stochastic and macd. Good luck.
bammbamm
24/8/2009
23:34
Futures prices tend to give clues as to where the next days trading action is heading . for me looking at futures highs and lows are usually good for a reversal it ties in with pivots if macd/ rsi / support /resistance is also on alignment with price ..
bleunose
24/8/2009
23:33
Good on yer still learning but with good company.
snap23
24/8/2009
23:30
Snap, works fine with IG (I only posted advfn charts as don't know how to upload other charts). The important point is that both lines stayed above 80 so the uptrend was strong and any pull backs were bear traps and buying opportunities until below 80 again and yes I made a few quid thanks.
bammbamm
24/8/2009
23:25
Dont use advfn charts only IG's,thanks all the same.Looks as though it popped over a few time but if ur keep ur bottle ud have made a few quid thanks.
snap23
24/8/2009
23:17
Snap, sure does! Here's the recent UKX rally, I've added the rsi to show the so called overbought: free stock charts from www.advfn.com Be aware though that advfn is not so reliable with stochastic and indices. RS I only use them on a daily chart and tend to use the actual readings and the direction the lines are pointing.
bammbamm
24/8/2009
23:10
weekly Index Value Intraweek Close 4,896.2 Previous Weekly Close 4,850.9 Previous Weekly Open 4,679.5 Change +45.340 % Change +0.93% Volume 901,000,000 Index Activity Week's Open 4,881.2 Intraweek High 4,911.4 Intraweek Low 4,868.9 20-Week Close M.A. 4,388.5 50-Week Close M.A. 4,298.8 20-Week Volume M.A. 5,444,200,000
bleunose
24/8/2009
23:09
I like that bammbamm and will look out for it. Stochs give me too many false signals so i don't use them, but anything that can give me a better understanding of interpreting what they are trying to say is great. Thanks.
rs2ooo
24/8/2009
23:08
Index Value Day's Close 4,896.2 Previous Close 4,850.9 Previous Open 4,738.1 Change +45.340 % Change +0.93% Volume 901,000,000 Index Activity Day's Open 4,881.2 Day's High 4,911.4 Day's Low 4,868.9 20-Day Close M.A. 4,692.2 50-Day Close M.A. 4,463.1 65-Day Volume M.A. 1,070,723,080 from british bulls site http://www.britishbulls.com/StockPage.asp?CompanyTicker=UKX&MarketTicker=Index&Typ=I
bleunose
24/8/2009
23:04
does that work for the markets bammbamm??
snap23
24/8/2009
23:00
bluenose, The only Indicator standing out right now for me is the gravestone doji created on todays Indice cash charts. A Gravestone doji on a Monday is often a good sign that the week will end as a bearish engulfing. However, the pattern tends to be more accurate during times where the market isn't being pumped with fed money.
rs2ooo
24/8/2009
22:59
Yes saw this thread a while back been very good for information,liked RS2000's MACD 3 strikes for a downturn very good.Also liked the websites that have been posted and it give the information what to look for etc.
snap23
24/8/2009
22:58
bleunose, could I add something to your post on stochastic? Using a slow stochastic set 14,3,5 on a daily chart it can also measure a trend getting stronger. If both readings stay above 80 for 3 or more days the uptrend could get stronger and not be overbought. If below 20 for 3 or more days the downtrend could get stronger and not be oversold. Here's an example: free stock charts from www.advfn.com
bammbamm
24/8/2009
22:38
fingers charts what a decent bloke http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=5456944
bleunose
21/8/2009
16:31
i like gaps they work . i use the end of day ftse closing price as my target if other indicators line up . as price moves out of hours from 4.30 close itt creats a gap up/down the next day which can be used as a target to get filled http://tradingthegap.com/index.html# Fast Facts In general, as the size of the opening gap increases, the probability of the gap closing in the same trading day diminishes to a certain threshold. During the trading day, after a certain period of time the longer a gap remains open the less likelihood it has of filling before the close. Most stock index futures and stocks have a gap "sweet spot" or range in which the probability for closing the gap is relatively consistent throughout the range. The key to successfully trading gaps is to identify these sweet spots by analyzing the data and trading it accordingly. Unfilled gaps can act as targets for future price action. The longer a gap remains unfilled, the less significance they have for attracting future prices. In many cases once the gap is filled, price reverses and trends in the opposite direction. Opening gaps in stock index futures that gap open in the upper/lower range of the after hours globex session have a high probability of turning into professional gaps which will continue to run instead of closing. Gaps that occur on low volume have a better chance of filling then ones on high volume. Huge opening gaps in individual stocks will generally need to consolidate before they start to fill and may continue lower till they bottom and reverse
bleunose
20/8/2009
18:05
20 trading rules http://www.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=5897766
bleunose
20/8/2009
17:42
stochastic Fast/Slow Stochastics Calculation : The first parameter is the number of days used to calculate %K, the second is the number of days to be considered for the moving average of %K (generally 1 for Fast Stochastic and 3 or 5 for Slow Stochastic), the third is the number of days to be considered for the moving average of %D. Interpretation : It is an overbought/oversold indicator depending on its position relative to the 0 level. It also gives good divergence signals. A bullish divergence occurs when the stock price makes new lows while the Stochastic fails to make new lows. A bearish divergence occurs when the stock price makes new highs while the Stochastic fails to make new highs.
bleunose
20/8/2009
11:02
positive comments in Shares mag today will bring this to the attention of a few extra PI's.
ramage
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