Registered: May 2004
11-25-08 07:32 PM
ok . . . . "takes deep breath"
I'll help in this thread when I can but I trade daily and can't always respond in a timely manner.
I won't respond to flames and will not respond to PM's regarding ANY personal information or what I do outside of my trading.
Like Tums has stated, everything I do is an open book in this forum but I will clarify what I can. I can not give you the programming data for the particular ERG I use because I do not have it. My programmer created it off of my specs/parameters and won't release it even to his mother. I don't blame him.
I will verify charts that others post that want visual clarification of the Ergodic they created. I know that there are a handful of programmers that have duplicated my specific ERG successfully. I repeat multiple people HAVE created the identical ERG without speaking to each other. I think that speaks volumes to the objectivity of what they created and how we as a group look at the way price moves.
I'll post a couple charts to show you a comparison to CVB (Constant Volume Bar) Charts and minute charts. I posted these in another threase but they still work. The first is a 16807 CVB chart. The circles are areas of extreme tops and bottoms where trades are setting up. These areas are unique because they show strngth turning into the direction price has already moved (trading from an oscillation LH or HL to an oscillation HH or LL). The large arrows show where price gave the entry trigger, either long or short.
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This has been downloaded 7485 time(s).