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New York Live Session/Endeavor - Shared screen with speaker view
greg
14:59
Howdy
George Starmach
15:01
GE
Larry D
15:05
Good evening everyone
Brandon
15:06
GE
kae
15:20
ge
Charles St Leger
15:30
Good Evening Scott, Good Evening Traders! :D
Akua
15:46
Good evening traders
kae
22:37
good
Charles St Leger
22:40
NQ
Jessica P
23:38
the trend is your friend until it bends, this is the first time hearing that way, cool
Brandon
24:06
top of a range
Akua
24:07
top
Jessica P
24:51
does it matter which time frame, because you are on a bankers chart?
Vess K
27:45
Good evening! It broke out of an ascending wedge
Vess K
29:06
I meant rising, sorry - when you look back. The result is the same - down
kae
29:54
good
Jessica P
30:39
yes I make it hard lol
Larry D
34:37
4
Oliver Chamberlain
35:13
Reminds me of a scene from Gene Hackman's "Hoosiers"
Michael P
35:32
preponderance of evidence....
Jessica P
35:57
can't see Oliver's feedback
Oliver Chamberlain
36:32
This is what I said...nothing relevant. "Reminds me of a scene from Gene Hackman's "Hoosiers"
Jessica P
36:44
no worries
Michael P
37:22
He already did it once before...but before I had cameras installed...hahaha..
Jessica P
39:50
I don't get it, but I am still listening
Michael P
51:00
probably my brother-in-law...hahaha
kae
54:41
divergence
Vess K
54:48
Ty Scott! SLTL - I was paying attention to that. BUT to that we have to add a support. Two lines - one diagonal (SLTL) and one horizontal (Support or resistance) - when Price breaks BOTH of them, then the direction of that break gives us the direction of our trade -IF we have a favorable Risk/Reward and enough of the ATR left.
tim t.
55:20
even a caveman can do it.
Vess K
55:28
It is simple - one SLTL (diagonal) and one horizontal
Jessica P
57:16
I see the bottom 2 pt of reference but the top don't have 2 points of reference, but I do see that we are Buyers
Jessica P
57:48
not that one but the other one
Jessica P
58:35
so why did you draw that line
Jessica P
58:40
the others I understand
Michael P
59:57
no
tim t.
59:58
n
Akua
59:58
NO
Jessica P
01:00:00
n
Charles St Leger
01:00:02
Nope
Oliver Chamberlain
01:00:03
no..broke support
Charles St Leger
01:00:11
BH&G
Pastores Javier Marisol Roman
01:00:16
w8
Vess K
01:00:20
The fibs give you the target - but that is After we figure out the direction. The SLTLs give us the direction.
Jessica P
01:00:49
and there was no chance to enter because it broke the support and blew to the down side
Jessica P
01:01:03
okay okay
Charles St Leger
01:02:20
6
Michael P
01:02:21
6
Jessica P
01:02:23
6
Vess K
01:03:34
One BIG wick does not change the picture. Actually it confirms it - the BBs checked for sellers, did not find them, and continued Up (or may be they closed a
Vess K
01:04:12
went back because of a SU. The predominant evidence (many touches) determines that SLTL
Vess K
01:05:58
They DID NOT break the horizontal line on that first try
Michael P
01:11:37
especially in a canal...
Vess K
01:12:14
Something interesting - IF you got the SLTL right, then breaking that SLTL happens when to 0 line is broken
Vess K
01:12:33
the 0 line is broken
Jessica P
01:12:52
good point Vess
Jessica P
01:14:12
don't laugh I use a protractor and compass
Vess K
01:14:47
Tremendously
Robert Visentin
01:14:48
y
Michael P
01:14:49
yes
Charles St Leger
01:14:49
Yup
Jody
01:14:49
Y
Steve M
01:14:50
y
Jessica P
01:14:51
y
Larry D
01:14:52
y
tim t.
01:14:52
great visual. really helpful
Eric
01:14:54
definitely
Oliver Chamberlain
01:14:55
Yeah it did...simplicity!!
Akua
01:14:59
yes
Jody
01:15:11
Yes
tim t.
01:15:21
reminds me of Greg M. chart
Kenneth Calmday
01:15:29
I just had bundle of information this night. Thank you boss
George Starmach
01:15:47
THX
kae
01:15:47
thx