Ichimoku_Trader

How i Trend Trade (6A)

FX:EURUSD   Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar
This is just to further clarify rule #9
very helpful
hi trader, can you do me a favor
i'm working on an EA, can you give me some suggestion?
and yes it use ichimoku and adx for filter false signals
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Sorry but not really

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malukuan Ichimoku_Trader
still thanks for your threads
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I hope they will help you

Good luck
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Thank you, I will try to reread all the course for better idea.
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Great,

I hope it helps you somehow

Good luck
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Beautiful. This is what I was getting at. The box you drew makes it very clear. Thanks!
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Great

That makes me very happy
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thank you for the rule 9
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Ichimoku_Trader tmanuelasorina
You are welcome
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all these courses are becoming more interesting!!!!great job!!!!really helpful!!!!thank you very much!!!!
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Thank you for taking the time to read
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This rule is very important I see - in Ichimoku trading. That is why it is necessary to put stops in last highs or lows of a previous day, because brake can be considered as trend move in other direction?!
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good deduction. Accurate but not completely accurate.

Good job
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denizka_s Ichimoku_Trader
Looking forward for more knowledge. "BR"

P.S. This rule played the role in EurUSD possibility go higher at 12.04.16 but was false break out?
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I'm happy you are finding this interesting.

what is BR?

Yes it did
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denizka_s Ichimoku_Trader
Best Regards ;)
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BR to you too
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Sorry if i am running in front of the train. The next, more likely possible price corrections, in our down trend (supports) is flat KS in the past?
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well, it is true that the KS is an important S&R level but we rarely look at that aspect of it because it is in our TF.
But your point is valid

Thank you
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great stuff. I was more focused on the 4H and Daily timeframe! Great stuff in breaking it down to an hourly TF. Thanks a lot
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Ichimoku_Trader KeremElTurco
Thanks

I hope it's useful in your trading
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your ideas is wrong
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Thank you

Correct me please
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awesome idea!!
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Thank you
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It's "Chinkou span", not "Chikko span" afaik. Never been sure that the original Japanese word has been correctly ported to English though.
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
Unless you speak Japanese I think that u r mistaken
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albert.callisto Ichimoku_Trader
"Chikko" is the way it's spoken. The whole literature uses Chinkou.
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
which literature are you referring to?
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albert.callisto Ichimoku_Trader
"Chikou" in Elliot book. Looks like Chinkou is more used in french-speaking books. Everybody is wrong I guess.
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
My friend,

Call it what ever you like and I'll do the same. It is really irrelevant

Thank you
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albert.callisto Ichimoku_Trader
No, we must stop propagating wrong words and denominations, that's all.
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
yes like chinkou span
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albert.callisto Ichimoku_Trader
Yeah ok, you are the best. Bye.
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
bye bye
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
To put the matter to rest, check out this video. @5:55 minutes
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iXDIUZw17iI&feature=youtu.be
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albert.callisto Ichimoku_Trader
Thanks.
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ashik1234 Ichimoku_Trader
It is not English :)
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albert.callisto albert.callisto
And "Chikou" as well, don't know what's correct. But definitely not Chikko, you are the only one using according to Google.
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
Actually, if you wanted to know exactly how it sounds, it is kko like chew. So to transliterate it I should spell it chikew span
Maybe i will
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Ichimoku_Trader Ichimoku_Trader
Actually, when I think about it, it sounds just as I wrote it originally.
Chikko sen

I'll keep it
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Ichimoku_Trader Ichimoku_Trader
o not ew
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
Chinkou by the way means p...... In Japanese
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Hey Ichi! When you say "break" the high or the low level, do you mean that it just has to pass the through the level, or do you want the candle to close above/below the level?
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tmugleston tmugleston
Now that I think more about it, It would make sense that it just has to break the levels, but not necessarily close past it...
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just pass
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Mavarick22 Ichimoku_Trader
Do you mean break the Highs and Lows of the CS line? KS line? or the prior candles?
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Hey Ichimoku, thank you for your concise education. I do have a question though, can you further explain this rule?
I understand the KS line, but what significance should i be looking for with the green CS line?
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The CS in this case just tells you where to start looking for the highs and lows because it starts 26 candles back
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I'm really confused How the green line works. If the candle closes above or below the CS line or is the KS line. Then the KS line is considered valid then?
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In this slide I am just explaining that between CS and current price there are 26 candles. Those are the candles involved in calculating the KS
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Are you saying the CS break out from the HI/LOW should be considered if trading the KS method?
It seems as if it would be difficult to catch a price at KS if this is true, correct me if i'm wrong master.
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No I'm not saying that
I did not understand the second part of your Q
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fatkumo Ichimoku_Trader
the second part of my question:
can you provide an example showing the movement of KS being valid and a movement of KS being invalid based upon the CS please?
This is hard to visualize i believe.
Basically the whole "hallucinating KS" situation
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I did..
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Sounds like a good Break-out strategy.
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