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Ichimoku "The PanOptic Trading Method" / Using CS...

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6 months ago
Many people talk about 'CS as if it was not important within the ichimoku system. Some think that it is useless and thus take it out of their ichimoku charts.

I have shown you before how to use 'CS for trade setups, for market structure and now for trend strength

Enjoy, please like and follow

**For more of my educational material on my PanOptic Method "PTM" please go to my page and press the educational tag
6 months ago
Comment: Ok guys.
In this chart I was trying to convey the idea and I thought that the concept was easy so i was kind of sloppy I guess
It turns out that it was not an easy concept

1st .. notice that the arrow carrying the number 21 should have stopped earlier
2nd .. when you do this, you take the last CS location and you draw a straight line to the right (some of my lines were not straight). When you are stopped by the first candle, that is the location you have to count from CS
3rd .. find an easy way to count. So someone sent me an idea to draw a vertical line between the 2 locations. I liked it

So, if things are now clear, then good. If not, then tell me and I'll redo the chart .. but more accurately
6 months ago
Comment: Also, Please do not make an entry decision using this method. I use it when i am in a trend for specifically knowing when to tighten my stops or to change my strategy
Pressing the like button encourages me to continue publishing my ideas and is highly appreciated...

I have a section on my page under the tag "Educational" that contains a lot of information on my trading method, please take sometime to read it...
ThePriest
6 months ago
Thanks
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Ichimoku_Trader ThePriest
6 months ago
I hope u like it
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CristopherCerrato
6 months ago
This apply only for High tf?
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Ichimoku_Trader CristopherCerrato
6 months ago
why?
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CristopherCerrato Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
I'm just asking, if this can only be applied on high TF? or any tf?
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Ichimoku_Trader CristopherCerrato
6 months ago
Sorry .. I know

I'm asking why
meaning why would you think that
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CristopherCerrato Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
Oh, maybe because in a higher TF you can see the strength in a macro level, than in a short TF that could be very volatile?
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Ichimoku_Trader CristopherCerrato
6 months ago
Actually, everything applies everywhere in the same exact way. It is only the speed of things that differs.
So, yes it applies even on the one mintue
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CristopherCerrato Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
Alright thank you :)
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Ichimoku_Trader CristopherCerrato
6 months ago
my pleasure
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ananora23 PRO
6 months ago
Morning IT! on your chart the 25 seems a bit not straightforward...why is it not 4? meaning why not count from the closest CS line? thanks!!
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Ichimoku_Trader ananora23
6 months ago
Morning

what do u mean
can u chart it pls
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ananora23 PRO Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
Blue arrow vs Red

snapshot
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Ichimoku_Trader ananora23
6 months ago
ok
now i get you

maybe
it is tough to draw these aftre the fact
usually you would just take the last CS tip and it is really easy
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ananora23 PRO Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
Got it. thanks! thanks to Vytasbcn too!
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Vytasbcn ananora23
6 months ago
Exactly, that CS corresponds to the second green candle in April. So at that moment it was 4, but when it was 25, it corresponded to the strength on 10th of March or so
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Ichimoku_Trader Vytasbcn
6 months ago
yes

I was just guestimating
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Vytasbcn ananora23
6 months ago
It is because that closest CS was not there yet at that moment, it corresponds to later candles.
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Ichimoku_Trader Vytasbcn
6 months ago
yes it was
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Vytasbcn
6 months ago
Nice, but could we get an example of countertrend strength? In that case the CS should have crossed the price, right?
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deltafox PRO
6 months ago
Firstly, thanks for posting the educational content. It's what makes this community great. Although your intent was genuine, I believe you could have made things a lot of easier for many by placing vertical lines on the start/end candles in addition to explaining what exactly constitutes a start/end point for the CS trend strength ("...drawing a straight line starting from CS" doesn't really provide a clear instruction) and whether candles should be counted using the embedded tool or manually.

Example here, using the embedded tool, 20 is shown. Your arrow (based on the arrow start/end) shows 21.

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Ichimoku_Trader deltafox
6 months ago
nice

THank you for the help
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Mavarick22 Ichimoku_Trader
4 months ago
YES MORE OF THAT, That helps so much to what your talking about, others wise I'am stuck looking at the whole chat wondering where you were talking about
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alan_watch
6 months ago
I just like to ask what the pink line and two gray lines are at the last candle? Are they fibs?
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Ichimoku_Trader alan_watch
6 months ago
weekly pivot points
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Steve364 Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
I am actually new on trading view and i have been watching you for the last 3 days.I went short @ 48.010 and I am already in 100 pip loss but as per my study it has to come down.Kindly suggest me if it's a positive trade in a longer run?
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Ichimoku_Trader Steve364
6 months ago
Define longer run and define your current SL and TP levels please
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Steve364 Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
365 pips is my minimum TP that is 44.410 and SL is 300 pips that is 51.010.Kindly suggest me if it's right or wrong.And I am actually thinking giving another entry for short at 51.010 kindly guide me
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Ichimoku_Trader Steve364
6 months ago
I do not trade oil
I did some hypothetical analysis (I attached it below)
I see traders who trade oil saying differently so maybe you should listen to them since i am not specialized in this commodity

Bulls are gaining but the bears are still in control...
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Steve364 Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
Thanks.Do you have any Monthly subscription .I mean do you provide training as well?

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Ichimoku_Trader Steve364
6 months ago
Not at this time
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Steve364 Ichimoku_Trader
6 months ago
OK Thanks
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Antilogs
6 months ago
thanks for shedding light on using CS to gauge trend strength. I have typically used SSB to gauge the trend strength.. the further apart price action is from the KUMO the stronger the trend is on a higher time frame though I never applied numbers... one question though; I see we have strong trend, good trend and no trend, why is there no weak trend?
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Ichimoku_Trader Antilogs
6 months ago
Thanks

Regarding the use of SSB for gauging the strength of the trend through the distance between price and SSB, I'm not sure how that can be achieved in reality and I have no idea what you mean by "the further apart price action is from the KUMO the stronger the trend is on a higher time frame", why not the current or the lower TF.

As for my trend terminology, in reality, a weak trend is when CS goes behind price but the market structure is still intact but I chose not to call it that because I see those cases (if certain parameters exist) as possible reversals. Now once CS goes behind price, there is a small window where you can call the trend weak but this is not a rule. So I prefer to leave such things for advanced discussions where it is possible to engage with the audience

Good luck
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al.calgary
6 months ago
Hey, what is the blue line in your chart? what does CS stand for? Thanks for sharing your idea
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Ichimoku_Trader al.calgary
6 months ago
hi

the blue line is the KS = Kijun Sen
CS = Chokko Span (it is the green line)

Good luck
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albert.callisto
6 months ago
This reminds me the "Vison Visu" concept by Khalid El Bouzidi in his Ichi book volume II. Difference is that Khali is looking for the height between the price and the CS. For example, where you have put the label "25", we have a large area between the price and the CS. The price evolved in the opposite direction of the Chinkou, these things (among others described in Khali's book) are a sign for trend reversal or/and an exit for the trade.
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Ichimoku_Trader albert.callisto
6 months ago
That was one of my considerations when I designed the PanOptic but I found that you could reach the same conclusions using the price itself and thus that makes it redundant whereas there is no alternative to finding the strength of the trend

Thank you anyway
I will be very interested to know the name of the book as I have not heard about it
Regards
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fatkumo
5 months ago
Is there a number minimum you wouldn't go under?
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Ichimoku_Trader fatkumo
5 months ago
The gauge counts from 0 -26
0 would be a problem
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fatkumo Ichimoku_Trader
5 months ago
I think 10 or above would be a safe number.
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Ichimoku_Trader fatkumo
5 months ago
10 is a good number
15+ is better
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fatkumo Ichimoku_Trader
5 months ago
Great!
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NextgenDad
4 months ago
Wow Ichimoku has everything built into it. It is an amazing system
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Ichimoku_Trader NextgenDad
4 months ago
I agree with you 100%
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