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12 hours per day X 20 trading days a month X 12 months a year X 15 years = 43,200 hours........

So how many hours in typical day/week do you now put in in front of the screen?

 

Extrapolate it out to month/year if you care

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So how many hours in typical day/week do you now put in in front of the screen?

 

Extrapolate it out to month/year if you care

 

Since my software is done and I can concentrate on trading instead of data mining and the research. I'm only in front of the screens trading for about 4 hours a day. I spend another 2 to 3 hours supporting my software and working with the programmers on the web application but that is it. It is like being on permanent vacation compared to the hours I used to put in.

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proflogic, are you still sharing your indicator? cant seem to find it anywhere and I am interested on seeing how it can help me on my seasonal trades for gaining more confidence on the entries and exits.

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proflogic, are you still sharing your indicator? cant seem to find it anywhere and I am interested on seeing how it can help me on my seasonal trades for gaining more confidence on the entries and exits.

 

If you email me at wm.schamp@gmail.com I can offer you a trial of the software but I will no longer be giving it away. I ran into problems with people trying to steal the parameters.

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Read a lot of information here and I like the way cvbs make my chart look, however having a constant volume how do you get the "clues" that plotting price and volume separate my give you. Examples are volume decreasing on a pullback, or price advancing on low volume to an area of resistance then large volume coming. Just how are these types of activities seen on a constant volume bar chart? Seeing a buying or selling climax etc. Is it the slope of the wave? Is it the amount of time it takes a bar to complete? I know the more bars that print the more volume but I've seen price move rather quickly from an area of support to resistance in a few bars. Does that mean that that price advance was on low volume? Then i've seen pullbacks that have had more bars within the pullback then the advance itself, so then is the pullback on more volume? How do you determine these types of things with keeping volume consistent? Trying to figure it out because I can definitely see price movement easier without those larger range bars essentially coming in out of nowhere. Any help you can provide would be great.

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I have the indicator labled sentinel ergodic. Any charts depicting its usage? I have the other indicators as well but finding it slightly difficult to get a handle on. Any up to date charts of those indicators as well?

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Has anyone become profitable with this?  I spent some time studying the charts yesterday and I think I get it but there are some unusual parts that I didn't quite understand.

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