🔴 CCI Indicator Strategy for Winning Trades | Better than RSI..?




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  1. i was experiencing lapses in putting enough work into trading, and my job made it nearly impossible for me to earn. until i came across Frank Woodman Trade training classes, turned my life around, I'm so grateful!

  2. Sir, Chances of price going up or down after hitting any level is 50-50.IF 4 hour chart based support/resistance level gives trader an edge of say 5% (of price deflecting at the level),would that edge be good enough to make money? Let trader put standing orders each day, each order has take profit & stop loss –TP about 150-200% of SL–and let statistical odds play out.New orders each day after day. Sir, Any suggestions/modifications? Expert advisor possible?

  3. SIR, Trading forex supply & demand if 4 hour trend is up,& 1 hour trend is up as well–then on 15 minute time frame chart one has to wait until price comes down to support level(derived from 1H chart) & using smaller 15 minutes chart watch that this level holds & then buy. Next step would be how this long position attacks higher supply level ON THE SAME 1H chart & only sell if forex pair turns down at this higher supply level–otherwise just hold the position on to next higher supply level ON SAME 1HOUR CHART–any comments, modifications?

  4. Sir,Do you use or recommend auto support/resistance indicator & if so what time frame S/R levels to execute intraday(but not day trading) orders in forex. For What time frames S/R-I would think it should be 1H or 4H time frame S/R. One hour is short enough but still meaning full enough data–and it it better to use 15 minute chart to watch price action at A given S/R(BECAUSE 5 MINUTE CANDLES GIVE TOO MANY FALSE SIGNALS) ?. If S/R level appears on more than one time frame,that level becomes even more RELAVANT.? Say daily trend was up overall(prices marked up) but daily now is down over last 2 days or so—look for resistance on 4H chart & go short–here 4H resistance level would be A good level (It has decent load of useful data)- Sir, I seek your comments/wisdom.Thank you.

  5. Sir, IF support/resistance levels on 2 different time frames are the same level (example daily & 4H or 4H & 1H charts) does it mean that such S/R level is more likely to hold? Institutions work with daily & 4H charts–so these levels should carry more weights.For price action at S/R level which chart is better–15 minute OR 5 minute. Sir,Thank you.

  6. Sir,Do you use or recommend auto support/resistance indicators & if so what time frame S/R levels to execute intraday orders in forex. For What time frames S/R–I would think it should be 1H or 4H time frame S/R. One hour is short enough but still meaning full enough–and it it better to use 15 minute chart to watch how price reacts at A given S/R level ?.Thank you .

  7. Sir, Could you tell me how often S1 S2 & R1 R2 pivots get hit trding forex pairs.Is it better to trade higher volatility pairs.Do S1 R1 pivots get hit about 50% of days.I would think that Index cfds are more mean reverting compared to forex.Thank you.

  8. My experience is that for intraday forex trend trading most important relevant (Guide)trend direction is ON 15 minute, 1h and 4h charts only– For intraday trading weekly & monthly trends do not matter much(too far removed from intraday field of activity) & can be ignored. For simplicity sake if 15 minute ,1h & 4h trends are in the same direction, you have a trade set up in the same direction (one could fine tune entry 0n 5 minute charts). In general if daily candle be in the same direction for any trade it is better but not A must.–Sir, what do you have to say ?

  9. A wonderful video with a wonderful strategy.Dear friend, please tell me when you need to withdraw from the transaction?At the intersection of moving averages

  10. Schön hier, Sie haben Recht, obwohl ich es vorziehe, mit Hilfe eines professionellen Händlers zu handeln, glaube ich, dass es mir Zeit spart und die Krypto-Risiken reduziert, die mit der Verwaltung meiner Trades verbunden sind

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