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    Quote Originally Posted by joeromeo View Post
    i hope u can coding it becouse ur re the best among the best
    Hi joeromeo,

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    Default GarleyEAv101+close27th.04.09_5minTF

    I had big DD there, because my PC was few hours colapsed and I did not see it. But any way, this strategy seems realy very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by przem81621 View Post
    great indi
    thanks for share
    could you explain what is:
    "Multi- Info+"
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    "indice strenght"

    How you use it? only at alarm?
    i dont know how to explain it but u can read it on free-ea.blogspot.com

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    today gartley on euegb
    big gartley and two trade buy open by ea, as you see with big lose.
    the signal must be confirm by other indi
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    Quote Originally Posted by przem81621 View Post
    today gartley on euegb
    big gartley and two trade buy open by ea, as you see with big lose.
    the signal must be confirm by other indi

    Add the momo counts and you can see buy set up on the 9. Check out the rules of the Demark set up and Sequential--classic move lower.
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    The classic move down from the 5 count buy on that last leg. Don't know why but I'm getting some rogue momo counts Funyoo- 13 before 9?
    Think of adversity as that tiny piece of sand that gets trapped in the oyster's shell. Although it's a pain in the oyster's arse, he eventually makes a pearl out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigpipn View Post
    Add the momo counts and you can see buy set up on the 9. Check out the rules of the Demark set up and Sequential--classic move lower.
    so it will be better add momo indi to ea and open trade no 5 but at 9 bar for more safety

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    Quote Originally Posted by przem81621 View Post
    so it will be better add momo indi to ea and open trade no 5 but at 9 bar for more safety

    5 counts are golden for a minor pullback within a nice trend, 9s and 13s are for reversals. If you get a 9 or 13 buy followed by a 5 buy with higher lows you are almost 99% guaranteed to get a strong surge.
    Think of adversity as that tiny piece of sand that gets trapped in the oyster's shell. Although it's a pain in the oyster's arse, he eventually makes a pearl out of it.

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    Default losing trade

    today i losing my trade on usdjpy.... the ea open position buy without knowing that the market is down.......
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    JoeRomeo, you're using a 5M chart so you'll pick up on every move up, even in a sell market. Try moving to a 1H chart and I think you'll see better results. Some are using a 4H chart with good results too.

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