What does this mean anbd do you know how to confirm or reject the matter presented

mastermind007

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Re: What does this mean anbd do you know how to confirm or reject the matter presente

hi friends

here is a chart.
it gives facts about TRADER BEHAVIOUR

can you understand what is depicts?
can you verify- accept or reject the fact presented?

NICE!!!!

There is only one aspect of it that I'd reject. it has shown 5 out of 9 depicted timeframes as bearish. I believe it would not have mattered even if all smaller time frames were bullish
 
#3
Re: What does this mean anbd do you know how to confirm or reject the matter presente

Hi

Thanks for comments.
I understood that you did not understand what it meant.

The point is not that I am nomad or yesmad.
it is about power of the concept to use as a supporting evidence.
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the purpose of the post
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A friend of mine is actively working on this concept.
He wanted one or two lead hints to help him on his code completion.
a partial verification by him shows it has weight and validity.

I dont use this nor do i recommend it.At the moment the code isnt complete.
Of course if the coding finishes,on request,I may test it.

ALL THE BEST.
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My friend said

Do you have any hints from unconventional thinking?
I asked him what is unconventional thinking?
he said
Everybody takes a bath in tub but only an unconventional thinker can find the fact a loss in weight happens.
I can help-I gave one hint already.
I dont want to do what everybody does readily- discourage.
 

Vertigo_1985

Well-Known Member
#4
Re: What does this mean anbd do you know how to confirm or reject the matter presente

Hi

Thanks for comments.
I understood that you did not understand what it meant.

The point is not that I am nomad or yesmad.
it is about power of the concept to use as a supporting evidence.
-------------------------------------------
the purpose of the post
--------------------------------------
A friend of mine is actively working on this concept.
He wanted one or two lead hints to help him on his code completion.
a partial verification by him shows it has weight and validity.

I dont use this nor do i recommend it.At the moment the code isnt complete.
Of course if the coding finishes,on request,I may test it.

ALL THE BEST.
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My friend said

Do you have any hints from unconventional thinking?
I asked him what is unconventional thinking?
he said
Everybody takes a bath in tub but only an unconventional thinker can find the fact a loss in weight happens.
I can help-I gave one hint already.
I dont want to do what everybody does readily- discourage.
If you wanna say that higher timeframe has greater importance than lower than i accept that. It is known to almost everyone(the fact that they may not be able to use it is another thing..). Using multiple timeframe analysis is about that only.

"Larger the timeframe, larger the size per trade" that would also be true.
How he got that figure? I would assume it's arbitrary, just to give a picture.

how is he going to use the information given ?
 
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Re: What does this mean anbd do you know how to confirm or reject the matter presente

hi vertigo

MTF approach helps quantify and qualify trades.

Institutional traders do not bother much about actions on lower timeframes.Their focus is elsewhere.

I am not sure but it is possible that there is some weight attached to each timeframe.
that is probably what the score board chart shows.

HTF carries more weight.

Though it has shown 5 out of 9 depicted timeframes as bearish. what matters possibly is the relative weightage on each timeframe and total weightage figure-and things like traded volumes or number of traders

How the weighting is done is a mistery yet.

If I find out more I will let you know.
please contribute if you have an exceptional hint.
Advance thanks for friends who can give lead hints-(preferably not already known to average amateur traders)

marketclub-Trade triangles use a different weighting technique based on moving averages.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjLddprZA0s
read it for interest.
Anyways,the current post doesnt use anything similar to market club weighting.
 
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