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TheRumpledOne
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12/23/2008 10:25:14 AM

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TheRumpledOne
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12/24/2008 9:51:55 AM

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Waiting....

One thing about the BUY ZONE... it's hard to over trade if you stick to the rules.



TheRumpledOne
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12/26/2008 3:25:56 PM

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12/28/2008 4:49:03 PM

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12/29/2008 9:36:53 AM

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12/29/2008 11:08:56 AM

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Trading is 99% waiting...



mgazda
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12/29/2008 1:47:47 PM

waiting...churning..then $1.00 move down on AAPL...nice work again TRO.

johnsund
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12/29/2008 2:20:25 PM

I am looking at your post from 9/18/08 at 4:40:23 PM as I think it is representative of several crosses of the Buy Zone in a single trading day. There would be many others but just happened to see and choose this one.

I am trading AAPL exclusively on the TS simulator. Just want to make sure that I understand how you see trades as they appear, and how you would react to what you see.

1. At the open there was a gap up and a very brief time where one might have made a few cents on the green candle on a long trade as it started up, then entered and went thru the blue buy zone.
2. Then direction reversed, red candles appeared and price passed into the red sell zone, so could have shorted and made a few cents.
3. Made the same reversing trend agan, but did not re-enter the blue buy zone until about 7:55 and would have gone long, and ridden the price from about 130.75 up to about 132.75 or so.
4. Reversed again and hit the lower buy zone about 7:40 or so on a red candle at 130.50 or so and would have shorted all the way down to about $124 whre it ran out of gas.
5. Did not re-enter the buy zone until about 12:45 on a green candle, so would have gone long at about 130.75 or so until about 132.75 only 2 minutes later.

That would have been it for the day - no more crossing the Buy Zone. Lots of AAPL juice. Did you see similar trade opportunities?

Thanks for all that you do for all of us!!!!

TheRumpledOne
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12/29/2008 4:09:06 PM

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TheRumpledOne
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12/29/2008 4:11:59 PM

johnsund:

Yes, those look like valid Buy Zone trades.

I don't know if you have read this thread from page 1 or not.

Remember to only take FADE THE GAP trades until the gap fills. Then you can trade in both directions using the Buy Zone.

That is the best way to trade the Buy Zone.



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