Tomorrow's Chart Today

Discussion in 'Trading' started by interdim, Jul 8, 2009.

  1. What is being presented here is the FORM of tomorrow’s intraday price chart. In the spreadsheet, the individual market will take on the FORM of either the B or C chart.

    Do not look at the segments of data points as a measurement of amplitude. Look at FORM that takes place over the general time line. At the end of the day, you should see a good reflection of the actual price chart. The following markets are included in the spreadsheet: ES US EuroFx CL GC

    Just follow along for the next several weeks and you should begin to see the value of these forecasts. This can be done for any market or time frame.

    Interdim
     
  2. great chart
     
  3. What is being presented here is the FORM of tomorrow’s intraday price chart. In the spreadsheet, the individual market will take on the FORM of either the B or C chart.

    Do not look at the segments of data points as a measurement of amplitude. Look at FORM that takes place over the general time line. At the end of the day, you should see a good reflection of the actual price chart. The following markets are included in the spreadsheet: ES US EuroFx CL GC

    Just follow along for the next several weeks and you should begin to see the value of these forecasts. This can be done for any market or time frame.

    Interdim
     
  4. the1

    the1

    If you count the premarket data this chart is pretty darn close so far....
     
  5. Comments about the forecasts will be made on occasion. These forecasts are being posted the day before they occur. Check the times of the previous post. You are encouraged to download the previous forecasts and look at the actual price charts over the general time line for the given date of the forecast. Today’s post (Sunday July 12, 2009 is for Monday July 13, 2009) and will allow you to follow along in real time on the date of the forecast. Remember this can be done for any market or time frame.

    By now, some of you realize that not only does the forecast provide you with the FORM, of the actual price chart of the intraday data, but also these forecasts provide you the TREND or DIRECTION of the market over a general time line. At the end of the day, you will see a reflection of the actual price chart that occurred in either the B or C chart.

    Remember; do not look at the segments of data points as a measurement of amplitude, as it is a matter of FORM, TREND or DIRECTION of the market over the general time line. The following markets are included in the spreadsheet: ES US EuroFx CL GC

    Interdim
     
  6. Pivotas

    Pivotas

    B and C are mirrored images.
     
  7. Comments about the forecasts will be made on occasion. These forecasts are being posted the day before they occur. Check the times of the previous post. You are encouraged to download the previous forecasts and look at the actual price charts over the general time line for the given date of the forecast. Today’s post (Monday July 13, 2009 is for Tuesday July 13, 2009) and will allow you to follow along in real time on the date of the forecast. Remember this can be done for any market or time frame.

    By now, some of you realize that not only does the forecast provide you with the FORM, of the actual price chart of the intraday data, but also these forecasts provide you the TREND or DIRECTION of the market over a general time line. At the end of the day, you will see a reflection of the actual price chart that occurred in either the B or C chart.

    Remember; do not look at the segments of data points as a measurement of amplitude, as it is a matter of FORM, TREND or DIRECTION of the market over the general time line. The following markets are included in the spreadsheet: ES (may be followed on 5min or 15min) US10min EuroFx10min CL10min GC10min

    Interdim
     
  8. The above post is for Tuesday 7/14/09. If you read the entire
    post you will see inside of the parenthesis where it states "Today's post (Monday July 13, 2009 is for Tuesday July 13, 2009). Obviously that is incorrect. The post today is for tomorrow, Tuesday July 14, 2009. It should have read Today's post (Monday July 13, 2009 is for Tuesday July 14, 2009). The 30 minute time limit had expired to edit the post. My apologies.

    Interdim
     
  9. Would help if we had prices, not jsut time frames and zero bar.

    Don
     
  10. toc

    toc

    Such seductive systems results in quite of few stops outs on a day when trend determination has gone wrong, either by system or by trader. Even 5-15 minute delay in turns can result in big difference in trade performance.

    Is it based on Delta method by Wells Wilder? If so, then Delta like Elliot Waves has not been fully understood and thus can only be applied on general or subjective basis.

    Cheers!

    :D :cool:
     
    #10     Jul 14, 2009