POT - Pressure Cooker (..tnx Shane ;-) )

This concept - not setup - stems from Shane Blankenship, my former mentor of MG.

I use this analogy in many situations, where the market just pressing price, up or down.

What's important here is, the release of the pressure.
See that one wide range bar? This is "interesting", something important is going on here.

Now, since every breakout trader is long, they (Market Maker for this one Stock ) will most often try to scare them out by letting price fall back like cooled steam falling back from air to ground.

Taking this analogy as a "CONCEPT" and not as a "setup", gives you the freedom to reapply it in many other situations and trades.

(Thank you Shane, your the real Master...)


...and allways keep in mind - never ever ever risk big, because everything we think can fail.
Comment: Not forgotten.
Still lying and hunting for the bounce.

Having patience like a Cat at the Mousehole...MEEEOW! §8-)

Comment: Since price went out of the fork, I built a even more simpler story - DoubleTheRange:

Comment: Cooking...

Comment: Center reached and turned below again...observing...

Comment: Up Up Up...

Excellent Forker, and nice appreciation to Shane,
forker PRO Kamisun
TNX Kamisun.
Do you know Shane also from MG?
HI Emilio,

I don't know him personally but I have watched his webinars and he is a great teacher.
I was thinking of subscribing to their premium membership course.
Have you been studying with them? If yes, do you recommend it? was it good for you?
You seem to know the material very well.

By the way I'm sorry that no one didn't give you feed back for the course you put on your website.
I am the one who wrote a feed back for you.

I appreciate if you reply. many thanks
forker PRO Kamisun

I was a member of MG 5 years.

During this time I was running my IT company only part time and focused mainly on learning from MG.
So, it where 5 years of very high intensive training for me and this is why I know the material quite well.
Besides I did my one Research with Action/Reaction, as you can see in my charts, if you kwow MG-Material.

Yes, I could recommend MG for everyone.
I was focused on Shane because his style was what I always looking to learn: Reading the markets naked, so to say and letting behind the Indicator & Oscillator world, because of too much confusion.
If one can read the Bars/Candles, he is able to make decisions way bevor Indicators & Oscillators trigger. That's why I love to read the markets naked.

Of course it was very expensive at MG, but It pays out not only in money, but also in freedom to know what you can expect from the markets and also from yourself.
One must learn to earn, as I always say from my one experience...

About my online course I can say, that it was probably way too heavy and too much I was giving people too learn.
It was not peoples fault, it was may one, expecting that everyone who's trading likes to learn such sophisticated material.
But in fact, its not the case. I would have done better starting from scratch. First going over what real swings & pivots are.
Then bringing in context to the market. Then starting slowly with A/R & Forks and so forth...

Next time I do better, I promise §8-)

Wish you a sunny day Kambiz and I always appreciate your feedback.


I love your work!

Did you notice the "off set" reaction from the centerline undershoot? Caught the bottom nice.. Or is it stretching it a bit?
forker PRO BaliShag
Thank you BaliShag.

You have good eyes!

No, did not observed this one. But you can use it if you are comfortable with.
Just be consistent in how you use the forks. It's a big "playground" with these tools, so don't get too fancy with them. Sometimes "they try" to confuse you ;-)

Over the years I have thrown away a lot of variations.
I try to keep it as simple as possible, observing how price behave and make my systems out of the price fluctuation around standard A/R and forks.

Have a sunny day mate and keep up you good work!
@forker, Thx mate. I use the "off sets" all time.. Not really sure if "off set" is the right term to use, but when I find a nice fork I keep adjusting it to new pivots even after the original fork has been broken. Of course it'll lose it's powers over time, but you'll feel that right away.

I'll even keep the best forks on a chart, knowing that when price gets close to it again it'll often take up that same "frequency"/length of moves again! I'm often able to pin point entry/exit points on the 1-5 min DAX chart with this technique ;)

But yeah I totaly agree about it being a playground and I tend to get a little too playful sometimes. I still have a lot to learn! Might have a look at that course of yours of again.

You to TC.. See you around :)
forker PRO BaliShag

Unfortunately my course is not online anymore.
It was not really interesting for people I think, because I probably presented it too heavy (see comment above to Kamisun).
I do better next time :)

Trade save mate & laters...
Arh I'm sorry to hear that. I've actually had it in my bookmarks for a long time, just waiting for me to get finished with my studies on other techniques before I really moved on to forks, ACR lines etc.

Let me know if you ever make anything like that again. The heavier the better, if you ask me.. And please if you have any material you think I would be interested in, don't hesitate to PM me. I would be greateful! I think I have most books/articles of what's found on the net, but I know there's more to be found.. ;)

Fascinating, elegant, charming way to mark the price gyrations~!~
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