Some people are getting confused when they read my material and compare it to traditional ichimoku trading analysis, strategies and tactics.
I trade my own method which I call 'The Panoptic Method" and I use ichi to do that.
So please don't get confused thinking that I don't know what I'm talking about, this is a different approach to what you will read elsewhere.
Please direct your questions to that chart so that everyone can benefit.
I am still getting 90% of the questions either in PM or on my charts. It would be good to choose the good ones and direct them to the June's question log
1.How do you combine St. Andrew Pitchfork with Ichimoku? Both of them uses median line.
2. Pivot point is (H+L+C)/3. In ichimoku, TS,KS and Kumo contain H and L value. Only ChikouSpan value is Close price. If it's not special, what is your pivot point calculating from ichimoku?
3.Do you have any work on ichimoku mechanical system ? KS breakout Kumo or Close breakout Kumo else CS cross price? Which of them is more accurate.
1. no. Ichi uses median values at every candle for each of its lines / the PF uses a median line projected into the future and unaffected by new candles. They both gauge the vibration of the market and that's why I combine them
2. I did not understand the question
3. The standard ichimoku signals are problematic because they do not consider what the market is doing. Therefore, they sometimes work and sometimes don't. So if u trade the same signals in every market state you will lose. That's what EA's do. Therefore, all the signals are good and bad
Ichi Trader buddy, here's my GBPUSD live example, welcome your feedback,
1) KS turning down and breaking the lows of last 26 bars during this morning session (Also price below the cloud, trend bias Downwards). Since the price was way of the KS, so I waited patiently and set up a SELL pending order as shown in the picture.
2) After a few hours wait, the price retraced back and triggered my pending order nicely.
3) Potential TP 1.44150, and maybe deeper...
Please give me a nudge if anything I missed out, Cheers!