There are patterns that show in the market each and every day. Some of those are repeatable and follow a somewhat predicable setup. Is this always the case? Of course not. But more often than not (i.e. higher probability) is what we look for in trading. Today, NQ is following right along. Starting with the Asian market, right through London, and at least thus far...
When looking at BTC, there appears to be a structure to the movements. Not necessarily a "pattern" but more of a correlation to the more recent movements. Let us know what you think of this idea and the associated indicator included below.
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Consider using different styles of charts simultaneously for a clearer view of what the market is presenting.
Top: Traditional candles with fractal breakout levels.
Middle: Point and Figure candles for cleaner price action.
Bottom: Renko candles with a simple reversal strategy.
Consider trading the breakouts/breakdowns of the Pre-Market and Opening Range levels in the USA Futures Session. In this example, Pre-Market time is 4:00AM-9:30AM Eastern time and Market Session time is 9:30AM-5:00PM Eastern time. The Opening Range is defined as the range between the high and low of the first 5 Min candle.
In my opinion, there is no need to hold through a draw down. Exit the trade that goes against you, and place an order at your original entry in case price comes back up to that level. Why sit there at look at a negative PnL HOPING the trade will turn around? Check out the video example.
This is a modified version of Fractals that I made and how to use it. It's pretty straight-forward. Go long over the green levels and short under the red levels. An option that I didn't discuss in the video is the potential of a wider trailing stop for longer runs. I like to focus on the breakouts of just a few points as they happen very, very often.
This seems like a decent strategy that may give you a quick/small stop out, or a long ride. Potential to add to trades as each level is breached. Indicators used are: new intraday high/low (green and red dotted lines) and midpoint (white solid line). The idea is to place an order in the same direction as the breakout (high or low), with a few points as a target,...