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 RCG Trader   Registered: Dec 2009 Posts: 10081 10-28-11 07:20 AM Quote from BenzMercedesSL: Yes, I always jump fractals... The "B2R" mentioned in your previous post means : B2B2R2"B R"2R2b2R The trend overlap area, am I right? Close. U left on a B2R. The trend can reassert itself. Hold till a R2R, that is two bars over. See where you have higher red than the bar before it? That is a R2R. Keep at it,you are doing fine. Edit/Delete • Quote • Complain
 RCG Trader   Registered: Dec 2009 Posts: 10081 10-28-11 07:31 AM You need to take this bar by bar. Don't over think. Jack dumps a lot of info on his students. Take it all in and slow it down. I had a Calculus teacher like that. His name Dr. Dean, and he had a PhD in Mathematics and was teaching first year Calculus to freshmen EE students. He was brutal. And he would not stop either. So when I ran into Jack, it was like Dr. Dean. Do not try to take it all in at one time. Build upon each concept. Edit/Delete • Quote • Complain
 BenzMercedesSL   Registered: Oct 2011 Posts: 70 10-28-11 07:33 AM Quote from RCG Trader: Close. U left on a B2R. The trend can reassert itself. Hold till a R2R, that is two bars over. See where you have higher red than the bar before it? That is a R2R. Keep at it,you are doing fine. I should exit at the last red bar ("16:10-16:15" 5 min bar) on the chart as R2R appeared at that moment. Am I right? es 10_4_2011 eod rocket withstoc4.jpg This has been downloaded 976 time(s). Edit/Delete • Quote • Complain
 RCG Trader   Registered: Dec 2009 Posts: 10081 10-28-11 07:51 AM Quote from BenzMercedesSL: I should exit at the last red bar ("16:10-16:15" 5 min bar) on the chart as R2R appeared at that moment. Am I right? You have it, grasshopper Edit/Delete • Quote • Complain
 BenzMercedesSL   Registered: Oct 2011 Posts: 70 10-28-11 08:28 AM Quote from RCG Trader: You have it, grasshopper Thank you for your help, RCG Trader! In 4 Oct 2011 EOD, a DOM up traverse completed and then a NON-DOM down traverse started .(we saw R2R) In 5 Oct 2011 morning, we expected a NON-DOM down traverse continuation. I am wondering where the FTT of that NON-DOM down traverse is. If FTT occurred @ 9:55, the last dom tape of that down traverse had only 1 bar. This should not be possible because the smallest observable thing (tape in this case) is formed by at least 2 bars. When I switched to YM 2 min chart (9:52-10:00 area), I only saw r2r (the sequence was incomplete) Did I miss something? In the attached chart, Black thin line: up tape and down tape Blue medium line: up traverse Pink medium line: down traverse es 10_5_2011 carryover.jpg This has been downloaded 985 time(s). Edit/Delete • Quote • Complain
 RCG Trader   Registered: Dec 2009 Posts: 10081 10-28-11 08:33 AM Quote from BenzMercedesSL: Thank you for your help, RCG Trader! In 4 Oct 2011 EOD, a DOM up traverse completed and then a NON-DOM down traverse started .(we saw R2R) In 5 Oct 2011 morning, we expected a NON-DOM down traverse continuation. I am wondering where the FTT of that NON-DOM down traverse is. If FTT occurred @ 9:55, the last dom tape of that down traverse had only 1 bar. This should not be possible because the smallest observable thing (tape in this case) is formed by at least 2 bars. When I switched to YM 2 min chart (9:52-10:00 area), I only saw r2r (the sequence was incomplete) Did I miss something? In the attached chart, Black thin line: up tape and down tape Blue medium line: up traverse Pink medium line: down traverse Sigh...... Rocketeer till you triple your account. I have shown you where to get out, and you know how to get in. What else to you require? Edit/Delete • Quote • Complain
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