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msg #70502
Ignore TheRumpledOne
1/8/2009 9:59:32 PM

I looked at the results from 2 days ago when I posted.

All 5 stocks are DOWN.... just like the system/method "predicted" because the doji's were near/at highs!!

13 posts
msg #70565
Ignore tdavisfn
1/10/2009 7:24:47 PM

I've been trading this method for a week now and just read the SFO article earlier today, logged on tonight ,and just by coincidence saw that the method had been filtered here...pretty cool.

TradeGuider just held a free seminar Thursday night showing off the beta version of their software which trades the price + volume method exclusively (the traditional method). Even their bars have no open shown, just H+L+C. They also have free downloads (pdf's) packed with excellant information related to the "smart money" and how it trades.

2,817 posts
msg #70566
Ignore chetron
1/10/2009 8:00:42 PM


300 posts
msg #70571
Ignore SFMc01
1/11/2009 7:47:02 AM

chetron: Does your "CLICK ME CLICK ME" suggest that you have a high regard for their products? Any personal experiences to share?


2,817 posts
msg #70572
Ignore chetron
1/11/2009 9:26:00 AM

none at all, steve. 1st time at the site. just sharing a link.

300 posts
msg #70621
Ignore SFMc01
1/12/2009 6:05:05 PM

chetron: thanks for your quick response


104 posts
msg #70722
Ignore oldsmar52
1/15/2009 5:38:15 PM

I asked Todd by email about entry points concerning his method. He was kind enough to write back and tell me this:
"Enter the trade only when the very next bar takes out the low of the doji, the demand drying up candle." Does anyone know what he means by his answer? Thanks, Frank

59 posts
msg #70728
Ignore acfncp3
1/16/2009 12:43:58 AM

Is there a way to have SF find this candle at the top or bottom of a swing. For instance a hammer is most meaningful at the bottom of the trend. So the hammer is "hammering the floor" for support and the next candle has the high probability for the start of an upswing. I'm not sure but believe the gravestone or the shooting star is most meaningful at the top of the trend and could be the start of the reversal to a downtrend. Is there a way for SF to find the candle pattern and whether it is in the top or bottom of a trend. And/Or perhaps searching for a hammer at the S1 of a Person Pivot and a shooting star at the R1 of a Person Pivot.



650 posts
msg #70735
Ignore mystiq
1/16/2009 4:02:16 AM

---->just adding some useful info on DOJI's-->>ENJOY (-.-)

230 posts
msg #70837
Ignore wkloss
1/21/2009 6:11:19 PM

I have been using your code for the Wyckoff Candle Volume Analysis for a few days and I noticed that a lot of times it identifies Doji's whose daily volume is only lower than the previous daily volume. In the article, it says that volume on the Doji day should be lower than the volume on several previous days. I interpret this to mean several consecutive previous days. Of course, this is only my interpretation of what the author was trying to say and obviously could be wrong.

Did anyone else think this was what he meant?

If so and if TRO agrees, perhaps TRO would be kind enough to modify the filter.

BTW, I really appreciate TRO and the others who provide filters.

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