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FXSpider
10 months ago
Awesome :), I will try to publish my ideas based on your awesome guidelines.
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Ichimoku_Trader FXSpider
10 months ago
I am looking forward to it
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m.pentaz
10 months ago
My opinion:

KS, TS and CS are all down, pretty parallel and KS seems to diverging from TS, prices on left side
CS is below price 26 periods ago
Prices are below kumo

-> Short
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Ichimoku_Trader m.pentaz
10 months ago
I'd love to see your thoughts on a chart
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m.pentaz Ichimoku_Trader
10 months ago
Just sent with private message
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highwisdom
10 months ago
20160422 - short in corrective wave, TP set to cloud bounce


My idea. Started it last Friday here in Japan.
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highwisdom highwisdom
10 months ago
now that i look at it, (2) should be several bars back, where the price bounces of the 23.6% fib.
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thewealthlifters highwisdom
10 months ago
Wrong wave count. Wave 4 doesn't overlap wave 1, in ur case it does and wave 3 is always the longest wave, check wave rules and maybe recount, but seriously, u don't need Elliott wave when trading ichimoku, ichimoku will always get u into wave 3 and wave 5 which is the most profitable waves. Cheers
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highwisdom thewealthlifters
10 months ago
Actually the rule about wave 3 length is that "3 can never be the shortest". It does not always have to be the longest. But you are right about "4 not retracing 1".

Explain how ichi can "always get you into 3 and 5"?
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thewealthlifters highwisdom
10 months ago
Check ur charts, if you are fortunate enough to catch a valid Kumo breakouts which last 4 a very long time depending on the time frame u trade, you will see that wave is a wave 3 or wave 5. Don't believe me, Try getting an already valid wave count on any pair and then compare with ichimoku chart, you will see that ichimoku will get u on the kumo breakout into the wave. Test this theory on 4hr chart of any pair with a valid wave count and see for your self
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Ichimoku_Trader thewealthlifters
10 months ago
This is a very interesting discussion and I will comment on it next Wednesday.

Thank you guys for raising the bar...
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thewealthlifters Ichimoku_Trader
10 months ago
You are welcome sir. Thank you too for bringing ichimoku to the house too. Will be expecting your view next Wednesday.... Happy trading
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highwisdom thewealthlifters
10 months ago
Interesting. I will look into this. The largest barrier here is getting the wave count right.
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thewealthlifters highwisdom
10 months ago
Elliott wave is a very complex one and too subjective for my liking, I tried delving into that part but I stopped cos of the complexity, now, I just stick with ichimoku. Though, to get the wave count, you can search using google "how to use Elliott Wave Oscillator/Awesome Oscillator", it might help on the wave count. I hope this helps....
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Ichimoku_Trader highwisdom
10 months ago
This is a very interesting discussion and I will comment on it next Wednesday.

Thank you guys for raising the bar...
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Ichimoku_Trader highwisdom
10 months ago
HI

We must differentiate between the tools we use for analysis and hypothetical understanding and the tools we use for trading. What I mean to say is that a trader is successful if he makes winning trades whether those trades fit in with what the rules are or not. The rules and tools are just a way to make sense of what is going on in the market

That being said, with regard to wave count rules, I think the most important of them all are these 3 (I'm referring to a 5 wave impulsive structure):
1. wave 3 can not be the shortest wave
2. wave 2 can not move beyond the start of wave 1
3. wave 4 can not overlap wave 1

As for trading needs, I am proposing that all we need to know is the direction and the expected strength of the next leg or two at most. That's what we trade and that's what makes a difference to our bottom line.

So for trading purposes, I suggest that instead of focusing on the wave counts, let's just focus on what we expect the next two legs to be and which one of them is impulsive and which is corrective. From that information, we can maximize our efficiency without jeopardizing our hypothetical understanding of what is going on. After that, if you like to count a million waves, then go ahead.

Thank you guys for your input
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