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BenScoobert

Medlem sedan Sep 20, 2009  276 poster Ben Scoobert (BenScoobert) Dec 11 2009 at 16:50
Nice ratios
What is your entry signal? It is very consistant.

See my profile for a no nonsense signal service.
arezab

Medlem sedan Sep 18, 2009  26 poster arezab Dec 11 2009 at 16:57
I use trend lines on RSI for my entries.

velogar

Medlem sedan Dec 11, 2009  10 poster antonio (velogar) Dec 11 2009 at 23:44
Hello arezab. I'm new here... Can you tell me how can i work like you with your system?? Thanks

stef

Medlem sedan Oct 06, 2009  47 poster PacMan (stef) Dec 12 2009 at 10:27
very good job arezab, i don't understand how we can do that ?
and for you exit signals ? trailing ?
thanks for your infos

arezab

Medlem sedan Sep 18, 2009  26 poster arezab Dec 12 2009 at 13:38
to antonio ... look I've over 3 years experience in this and I've blown up 2 accounts to reach here. I don't know how to put all those experiences into a few words. I don't think it's possible.

arezab

Medlem sedan Sep 18, 2009  26 poster arezab Dec 12 2009 at 13:45
to stef ... I use the same trend lines concept for exit. Put a RSI 14 over chart and draw trend lines over them. On break of trendline you enter and on next break you exit. But it's not as simple as this. You must be able to read the chart correctly and compare the market's movements with RSI movements and decide about how to draw a trend line over the price and RSI. Not every trend line is correct.

Look .. this just depends on lots of screen time, starring at chart and 'Feeling' the market correctly. I don't know how to put it into words. This is just experience.

LinHongjin

Medlem sedan Oct 27, 2009  2 poster LinHongjin Dec 12 2009 at 22:18
Hello arezab. what TimeFrame to put RSI 14?, M5? M15? M30? ... H4?

velogar

Medlem sedan Dec 11, 2009  10 poster antonio (velogar) Dec 13 2009 at 00:12
Hello arezab. Where can i find your system work. Can i buy it? Thanks

arezab

Medlem sedan Sep 18, 2009  26 poster arezab Dec 13 2009 at 22:41

LinHongjin posted:
    Hello arezab. what TimeFrame to put RSI 14?, M5? M15? M30? ... H4?


No difference ... it works in all time frames. The point is you learn how to identify the best points (highs and lows) on RSI to draw trend lines.

arezab

Medlem sedan Sep 18, 2009  26 poster arezab Dec 13 2009 at 22:50

velogar posted:
    Hello arezab. Where can i find your system work. Can i buy it? Thanks



I don't sell anything. The point is I just can't put everything into words. Even if I draw those trend lines in front of you on a whiteboard or something I'm not sure I could clarify why and where I draw them. There are situations that a trend line break is a signal and sometimes not. It's not always the same. Depends on many other things.

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