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This simple system has a wonderful way of recognizing and keeping you in the trend for as long as possible.Its interesting how you can quicky see what state any indice is in with a glance."Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."da Vinci Lucky Luciano
Lucky,Can you help a new trader to read the charts above?Or? Is there a web page that can help me. Must I buy these soft-ware applications?What is the difference between the dark blue numbers and the light blue numbers?Thank you
HiI dare not speak for the master :-)That said, I would consider the following before jumping in:-Look on your right and you'll notice a blog archive. I would study a lot of his entries.-For this particular strategy I would click "menage a' trois" to learn more-trading platform/discount broker-indicator resembling Allan's ATR-Lastly, if you have no experience trading, I would think twice before considering this particular strategy. It involves a 3x ETF. Without some emotional discipline this baby may give heart-attacks! lolHope this quick summary helps.Lucky
Allan has a great system but he does not tell what it is. I requested him a couple of times to tell what he uses and How I can benefit from it. But it seems it does not read comments on his posts..
When I click on the images in today's post, they don't open. Rather it asks me to save it!
RB: Here's the deal. I've been writing this Blog for over five years. Every few days some new reader discovers my Blog and asks me to explain everything. If I responded to all such requests, it becomes a full time unpaid job. So let me suggest you go back and start reading from the beginning, every blog, all 1500 or so of them. Or if that seems overwhelming, do a Blog search for the subject you are interested in, that will cut down the number of blogs and just start reading from the oldest to the newest.Apart from this Blog, I manage a lot of money, both my own and others' and that is where my priorities lay, as they should.A
Anyone else getting whipsawed today with the TZA system? Oh well - one of these trades will line up.
Technically, the TZA system has yet to trigger LONG, as the 60 minute chart is still in SELL mode.
Allan,Thanks for the long reply.A single line naming the platform and the system you use would have saved you time and then I would have taken the search from there.
It's eSignal and I've identified it numerous times for weeks.
Lucky,I checked out the post.As I can see it, The dark blue numbers are where the trade should be or pass it before it signals a buy.That is triggered by the blue line called ATR.The light blue number is where the stock trades at this time.And the red number, I think, is where it is trading, but it is falling where the dark blue numbers are gaining.Is this correct?Thank you
Re: Allan's post that the TZA has yet to trigger LONGI was under the impression this system could be traded using several or one time frame?The photos show that 15 has triggered many times.According to first entry of this strategy(1) Those who like clean simple systems can still pick one time frame and ignore the rest;Can someone offer guidance?Pete
Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself....somebody had to say it.As always, thank you Allan.
Use the 15 to get in early, but don't let it whipsaw you by trying to trade it back and forth. Use a small position, add only if it goes your way so that the 30, then the 60 are likely to follow. For record keeping, I am using the 60 but there are nuances to deal with the rather long wait sometimes for the closing of a new signal bar.
The teacher has opened the doorThe student is asking questions, DAVE.No question is stupid.You are pompous Dave!...somebody had to say it.Liam
Liam,You made my day :-)I nearly fell off my chair laughing.This is a fun, informative blog.LETS ALL HELP EACH OTHER PROGRESS (especially at times when Allan is 'taking care of biz'Here is the quote that best describes Allan's systems:"In the sixth century B.C.E., the Chinese philosopher and poet Lao Tzu made a timeless statement: "Those who have knowledge don't predict. Those who predict don't have knowledge." Fred
Thank-you Master... Grasshopper...Liam
Remember, I wanted to make this a collaborative effort. So far, only one person has sent me an idea using range bars (though I still haven't had time to test it). I just gave some new ideas, using smaller time frames but only add if move continues in your direction. Along those same lines, look at using 5-8-13 period confirmations in lieu of 15 period, requires much more attention and nimble trading, but you can actually get in and take a profit even if 15 period never gets hit. Or simply trade the 60 and swallow the occasional whipsaw.So many ideas, so many strategies, all keying off one basic trend-following line, the ATR.
Allan,When are going to post the $39.95 link to riches beyond are wildest dreams. You know the ultimate system to make $5000, $10,000 and even $100,000 a day just like Jeff Paul. Thats what everybody wants.Seriously Allan, thanks for all the posts and sharing your charts and trading thoughts. L
Dave, me thinks you struck a nerve. Looks like you should have addressed your post to RB as I'm sure it was intended.
Anyone,I asked Lucky to check this out, but he must be busy.Am I reading the charts correctly?Lucky,I checked out the Ménage à trois post.As I can see it, The dark blue numbers are where the trade should be or pass before it signals a buy.That buy is triggered by the blue line called ATR.The light blue number is where the stock trades at the present time.And the red number, I think, is where it is trading now, but the price is falling .The light blue numbers are rallying.Is this correct?Thank you.
Hi AllanThe narrow range idea from me was from me using it on the 5 and 15 min time frame. It did get me whipsawed/stopped out early today and yesterday on buys. I tried to isolate the best narrow ranges to pick by making sure that a break above the previous narrow range was on increasing volume, and it does seem to help but still got me stopped out (early thankfully) today and yesterday for small 100 buck losses.Half of that idea was trying to find a way to narrow down stops instead of the ATR line, which btw livecharts on esignal doesn't have as an overlay (guess I will have to try esignal program itself).Eric
HiYour best to follow Allan's Green buy box/Red exit box created by Allan's ATR indicator.There are multiple ATR type indicators that are available for free with most trading platforms.The blue and red candles are generated by Allan's trading software. Its called BLUE WAVE TRADING. (Which seems pretty killer on its own).I'm not the most elequent dude on the planet. I hope I've cleared a few things up.Lucky
Thanks Lucky..you have!You are most generous with your time.And thanks Allan, for allowing questions.
Looks like this wasn't "Turn Around Tuesday" after all. Does this portend a true Bull Market?
One of RBharol's original comments is correct, Allan. Clicking on today's chart does not enlarge, but rather saves it. Some setting has changed with this posting. Can you fix?- cramar
When clicking posted charts in Firefox, I too get a download option instead of the enlargement. But when clicking the same chart in Safari, I get the enlarged chart, as has always been the case.I have always posted my blogs using Firefox, still do, so I suspect something has changed in a Firefox update that messes with the handling of the images.I've spent 20 minutes experimenting and am now giving up, since my life has changed in oh so many ways.Any help out there?A
I am using Firefox and I do not get the option to download anymore. I believe this can be solved by clicking the "Open With" radio button and selecting Firefox as the default program when you get the pop-up. Make sure to also select the option to do this from now on... It should work. -CDD
Hi Allan, I appreciate all you do, and thanks so much for that from a former Detroiter who now lives in Hong Kong.I just wanted to suggest that you might consider having a FAQ section.
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