Registered: Jan 2002
01-24-13 08:30 PM
Quote from jack hershey:
This is a version 3 for cycle one.
I see I left out "T" when I added the nodal notations.
If you triangulate Q, R and V, there is an "OR" inside the triangle; it is the node "T". Sorry.
It is probably hard to do, but a person could debrief this morning (13OCT10) using the dominant segment trading of cycle 1.
By using a 5 min ES chart with PRV on volume and replaying it bar by bar and consulting the log as a guide of the finite maths' "exact science", you could do the path around and about the folw sheet for 1/3 of a day and see how 50% of margin per contract was extractrcted where at all times "you knew you knew".
Koning upyou know comes from a plan, strategy and a routine.
there are 25 separate applications of the MADA routine. I created a 4 page Word document to list these and also define each of the nodes A through Z, excepting I and O.
MA of M of MADA involves looking at the market display.
Then rotating one chair,180 degrees, a person can do A.....using the flow sheet and the Word document.
Stil rotated, a person can do the DA of the routine.
ADA can be recorded on a proper log.
Behaviioral Finance gives any person a clue; an emotional signal.
From that signal the person gets to examine his plan, strategy and routine.
If he does as behavioral science recommends, he reasons.
He reasons through "making a reasoned change" in his approach.
Conventionally this type of experiencing growth is called iterative refinement.
Emotional signals comes from many categorical sourses. In ET we get to see these displayed.
recently I saw you mentioning the "J test" I think this refers to the "Cycle 1" flow diagram introduced in this thread.
I'm just checking to see if in the meantime you made some changes, improvements, additions, etc. to this and if you would be willing to share it?