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# malverd

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1. ## Trading with Market Statistics VI. Scaling In and Risk Tolerance

It's in the first sets of videos. It is even in the ones where he introduces standard deviation.
2. ## Scaling In and/or Out

What methods are you using for 70% profitable? Thanks
3. ## Trading with Market Statistics VI. Scaling In and Risk Tolerance

Thanks this helped clear the shapiro effect up. One thing, shouldn't the signal at point 'c' have been the large candle to the left of the one you marked? Thanks
4. ## Trading With Market Statistics.II The Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP).

Hi, I am running the Thinkorswim platform. Their VWAP has a setting that allows for time frame. Daily, Weekly, Monthly. If I set it for daily I set the chart to 1 minute daily and then 1 minute weekly then the PVP is the same. But all of the other values, SD and VWAP are different. Why is this and what would be the better timeframe to use? It seems using weekly would allow to hold trades after hours. Because on the daily, when the new time period begins, the standard deviations reset & are really small compared to the prior session.
5. ## Trading with Market Statistics VIII. Counter Trend Trades in Symmetric Distributions

Jerry, I haven't seen you mention the following scenario: For long: The VWAP is above the PVP and lower SD1, SD2, etc. is also above the PVP. I know you mention bounces off of the upper SD1 and VWAP are high probability trades. But I watched you video on the symmetrical YM trade and obviously price was not above VWAP on that trade. Would it be a high probability trade to take bounces off of the lower SD1 and SD2?. I realize that price is not above VWAP. Also in that YM trade, you mentioned that you were using no stop loss. I assume that you were using a “stop” based on your full risk tolerance. If the trade had not worked out and the VWAP went below PVP, would you have exited the trade immediately? Thanks
6. ## Trading with Market Statistics VI. Scaling In and Risk Tolerance

Jerry, I know you mention that PVP is used as a stop loss point. Let's assume a long position. Say your risk tolerance would allow you to place your exit point below the PVP. If price closes below the PVP, but hasn't hit your risk tolerance stop AND the PVP point hasn't changed, should you stay in the trade?
7. ## Scaling In and/or Out

Jerry, I haven't seen you mention the following scenario: For long: The VWAP is above the PVP and lower SD1, SD2, etc. is also above the PVP. I know you mention bounces off of the upper SD1 and VWAP are high probability trades. But I watched you video on the symmetrical YM trade and obviously price was not above VWAP on that trade. Would it be a high probability trade to take bounces off of the lower SD1 and SD2?. I realize that price is not above VWAP. Also in that YM trade, you mentioned that you were using no stop loss. I assume that you were using a “stop” based on your full risk tolerance. If the trade had not worked out and the VWAP went below PVP, would you have exited the trade immediately? Thanks
8. ## malverd    jperl

Hi Jerry,

I wasn't sure if you were checking the older threads. I posted a couple questions I was hoping you could answer. Thanks

9. ## Scaling In and/or Out

Jerry, I know you mention that PVP is used as a stop loss point. Let's assume a long position. Say your risk tolerance would allow you to place your exit point below the PVP. If price closes below the PVP, but hasn't hit your risk tolerance stop AND the PVP point hasn't changed, should you stay in the trade?
10. ## Trading with Market Statistics VII. Breakout Trades at the PVP

On the last trade with the Shapiro Effect, is the initial stop loss still at the PVP? After you move into a profit with the bar closing, then you move the stop to breakeven? Thanks, great videos & insight.
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