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  1. #11
    Demo and others thanks for your input, not long ago I made quite some money on Currency Market, the reason being I came across someone who told me to think wait and when trading where id set my ceases. Only trade it functioned and after those stops had been targeted.

  2. #12
    I see this as orders being put off on goal to wrong foot traders.


  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Demo and many others thanks to your input, long ago I made quite some money on forex, the reason being I came across someone who told me to think think where id put my stops when trading and wait. Trade once those stops had been targeted and it worked.
    That is the way I place my stoplosses too. - but I never place since I am afraid/aware they will be hunted by someone. I place them at a location because that's the place I DON'T wish to see the price go to.

    Good luck - any may the manipulators be manipulated - in case there is such a thing

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    I see this as orders being set off on purpose to wrong foot traders. picture
    You can't perceive double tops/bottoms to be compulsory on horizontal lines... I mean you can, however on more explosive assets they seldom are. And trading these dual SOON AS YOU SEE PRICE TOUCHING THEM is fundamentally wrong.

    Correct me if I am wrong - each time an asset jumps from that which we think is a trading range, and comes back later - is a prospective market manipulation? Or some? Or none? Who will tell...? - get the sarcasm?

    Try to locate as many horizontal ranges in a particular time frame as possible - and compare how many occasions price leaked through and arrived back VS how many occasions leaked through and went on (breakout). You will see it is, and will remain = 50-50.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote you cannot perceive double tops/bottoms to be mandatory on horizontal lines... I mean you might, but on more explosive assets they seldom are. And trading those dual tops/bottoms the moment you see price touching them is fundamentally wrong. Correct me if I am wrong - every time an advantage jumps out from what we think is a trading range, and comes back afterwards - is a potential market manipulation? Or a few? Or none? Who will tell...? - get the sarcasm? Try to find as many flat ranges in a particular time frame as possible - and compare how many...











  6. #16
    Wonderful chart examples but we all know market is a live beast rather us adapting to it but I digress.

    So. . .it would be nice if market only jumped out of the range, rather than whipsaw us? Try to imagine just how do a market trading like that seem like? Draw a few charts. To make the story short, then there would be no markets. It would mean that following a price violation of the channel, we will just see a tendency in that direction. Where's the challenge there?

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  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Nice chart examples but we all know market is a live beast adapting to us, rather us adapting to it I digress. So. . .it would be fine if market simply jumped from the range, and not whipsaw us? Try to envision how would a market trading like that seem like? Draw on some charts. To make the story short there would be no markets. It would mean that after a price violation of the station, we'll just see a tendency in that way. Where is the challenge there? ....
    To me the market is certainly manipulation with genuine trend movements also, the problem is knowing when the fad is legit; to when it's being exploited to farce, whoever can supply this answer gets my eternal gratitude lol.

  8. #18
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    picture Id love to talk about market manipulation behaviors which you've learned and discovered on charts?
    Great topic....if only a couple would pay close attention. I wish you the best I will be
    subsequent along. This may benefit me as well. I am constantly learning.

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  9. #19
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    Buy in the bottom in which the'high risk stop loss' line is, it is often on a whole, half or quarter amount, which is normally below a reduced from where an upmove went and created a new high in relation to the price action directly to the left of it.
    An eye opener.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote In my opinion the market is certainly manipulation with genuine trend movements also, the problem is knowing when the trend is untrue; to when it's being manipulated to farce, whoever can supply this answer receives my eternal gratitude lol.
    Mine overly

    But odds is high we'll never find out so I act accordingly. Don't think about it.

    I think there was a trader, among more recognizable gurus of the contemporary trading era. . .he made a couple billion USD profit over just a few years - but using a 4 percent success rate (4 favorable trades from 100). How he did it's by probing the market with'fictitious' orders, so figuring out where are the s/r places upon which he positioned himself later for high leverage.

    I wonder how can you manipulate that sort of a trader? (it is an artist, not a trader in my opinion)

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