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Eiger

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Here is my trade on May 17

 

I traded 2 times. short on NoD and long on frankie Fake Out

 

 

Regards,

 

mail me if you are interested in this system @ fjvoy@mail.com

 

kamase,

You're not providing any clear explanation of what you're doing. This is an educational forum, so an explanation of how VSA and tick volume work together would be appreciated. Just a heads up---if you're subtly trying to sell a system, the moderators will boot you off and delete your posts (hopefully). So, please, explain what you're doing. It looks interesting!

Tasuki

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Here is a pic of one of my live trade on may 19

 

went long at lower low of No selling pressure bar.

 

No Selling Pressure Bar = wide spread down bar with transaction volume less than past 2 bars.

 

And tick volume histo number showed the SM would not go south any more so I thought they were doing the hidden buying

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I didnt trade yesterday but found a good sell signal

 

NoD bar followed by successful low volume test = the SM was not interested in higher price

 

Then more than 200 pips went down...:doh:

 

Regards,

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if you want to get these VSA indis mail me @ fjvoy@mail.com.

 

Oops, problem. fjvoy@mail.com is not a valid email address.

Tasuki

 

p.s. I tried adding a "g" to make it "gmail.com" but that didn't work either.

p.p.s. is anyone else having a problem with this email address, or is it only me for some reason?

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Here is my trade earlier today in Japan time.

 

Weakness had been in background since 25 May 19 PM so I looked for a short position after asian session open cause I thought It would retrace to support line or MP Mediana .

 

Then I sold at 90.48 with the RAMBO® by emini-watch.com. TP was 90.14 which is MP Mediana.

 

Regards,

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Here is my trade earlier June 2

 

there was a ultra volume up bar and entered new area and closed at middle on NY open= TP by The SM and Up Thrust

 

And 2 volumes and Price action showed that they kept distributing.

 

So weakness had been in the background during whole NY session.

 

I entered long on NY close at 91.01

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Here is my trade on Jun 5 earlier

 

I totally agree with the post #7594

 

I found RAMBO® by emini-watch.com and NoD on the same bar so entered short just before the mark-down phase

 

Regards,

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I didnt trade on 8-9 June but found good entry chances with VSA method

 

There were 2 consecutive climatic actions right from the start of the New York market

 

1st is effort to move down = look for further strength

 

2nd is reverse up thrust = strength confirmed right after the 1st bar with huge amount of buying tick volume.

 

1st good entry chance was short with bull trap based on strength in US session

 

2nd one was short with high churn bar and frankie fake out.

 

Regards,

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We had a good chance to enter long on NY session open

 

2 consecutive climatic action bars

 

High Volume Churn bar at the bottom followed by stopping volume bar.

 

So I could confirm further strength then entered long.

 

Trend changed right after these 2 bars.

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as I expected there was a good bounce at S3 line after RUT

 

I entered long @ 76.51 closed @ 76.85

 

Regards,

 

Please stop, you're ruining a fantastic educational thread.

 

I'm posting a one BIG thanks to Eiger and other contributors. This thread (apart from the last couple of pages :roll eyes:) is fantabulous. Thanks to all :applaud:

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Hi guys, I am new to technical analysis and trading in general. I am reading Tom William's Undeclared Secrets book on VSA and have a question that I could not find an answer to. What exactly is defined as an up bar and a down bar? In my charting software, an up bar is shown as green if the closing price is equal to or higher than opening price for that bar. Similarly a down bar is shown as red when the closing price of the bar is less than opening price.

 

However, from the diagrams in the book, I seem to get the idea that an up bar is when the high of the current bar is higher than the high of previous bar and a low bar is when the low of the current bar is lower than the low of the previous bar.

 

There could be multiple combinations of OHLC prices of two consecutive bars than could be used to define it as an up or low bar.

 

I was hoping you guys could provide me some clarity on this.

 

Thanks!

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Hello what is meaning of widespread upbar with high volume in short-term uptrend followed by immediate wider spread downbar with higher volume.

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