Murry Math Lines and Price Action

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Old Sep 28, 2011, 5:29pm   #16
 
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Hi Steve,

You've probably stated this somewhere but are you using the default settings for the MML or soemthing else?

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Sorry should have clarified that, click INPUTS and set P to 64 and leave StepBack set at 0.
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Old Sep 28, 2011, 8:42pm   #17
 
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stevepatt started this thread Here's something to look out for when you see an area that has been acting as resistance is broken and then the market comes back to test it and you get PA to confirm it's holding as support now it's a good place to take a trade. A picture is better than a thousand words.
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Old Sep 29, 2011, 7:30am   #18
 
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stevepatt started this thread No clear direction yet waiting to see a decisive move.
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Old Sep 29, 2011, 8:18am   #19
 
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stevepatt started this thread Went short from a candle pattern I find very reliable when forming at resistance for going short, as in this case, and support when going long.
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Old Sep 29, 2011, 8:21am   #20
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Went short from a candle pattern I find very reliable when forming at resistance for going short, as in this case, and support when going long.
I had almost identical trade on the Au Steve
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I had almost identical trade on the Au Steve
You often get the EU GU and AU running in unison with very similar PA I tend to only trade the EU because I like to concentrate on one pair.
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Old Sep 29, 2011, 9:56am   #22
 
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Hi SP been following and watching as always I think my charts are wrong any chance u could have a look and confirm or unconfirm this please

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Hi SP been following and watching as always I think my charts are wrong any chance u could have a look and confirm or unconfirm this please

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Old Sep 29, 2011, 10:48am   #24
 
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Yes I will double check do they look wrong ?
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Yes I will double check do they look wrong ?
I think the lines are wider apart than they should be.
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I think the lines are wider apart than they should be.
OK m8 Ill shut down and reload tomoz morning got some work to do for rest of day
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stevepatt started this thread You often get good action around the 1h MML, look for PA on the 5m chart for entry and put the SL the other side of the 1h line try not to get no more than a 15 pip SL.
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Old Oct 3, 2011, 7:32am   #28
 
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stevepatt started this thread This is what I'm looking for before trading.
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Old Oct 3, 2011, 7:37am   #29
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Is that how you play them these days Steve? break of S/R then get in on a retrace to retest that level? Do you no longer consider taking a bounce off those levels?
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Is that how you play them these days Steve? break of S/R then get in on a retrace to retest that level? Do you no longer consider taking a bounce off those levels?
It's just the look of the 5m chart this morning, a lot of whipping around I expect it to break out and then come back to test the break out level, but I want to see a positive break.
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