[UNI] Price Action

Siim

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Hello, dear colleagues!
I wanted to ask if the entry point was chosen correctly or not? I recently got acquainted with the works of Tom Dante and now I'm trying.
Thank you in advance!
 

Siim

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Here is another interesting point in my opinion? Do you think it is worth opening a position?
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Siim

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Here is another interesting point in my opinion? Do you think it is worth opening a position?
I decided to enter, but I was a little late with the entrance.
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Erik

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Siim said:
I wanted to ask if the entry point was chosen correctly or not?
On the Eurofund, the SFP has not yet been formed - the price hit the old level and bounced. If they try to break through it and fail, then the pattern will form. The position is open just from the level.
 

Siim

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Thank you for your answer! In confirmation of the signal: candle D1 from 03.09.19 N 0.91481, of course, the time interval is too far, but I think the stronger the signal, and the candle for 16.03.20 N 0.91495. But this pair is ugly, it cost me three merged depots on the monkeys. In my opinion, there should be a correction. If you are wrong, please correct it.
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Siim

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The purchase order is opened by an owl with an VPS, please do not pay attention.
 
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Rayan

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For me, there is no false breakdown according to Dante's rules. According to other rules, maybe. According to Dante, there should be a breakdown of a clear, clear, understandable extremum for which other players could set their stops. And the pullback from the extremum should be quite deep and noticeable on D1. For example, on cadjpy, it could be an extreme from March 13. Everything else is not Dante's style. Also agree with Psyman on eurgbp
 

_1_dima_1

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Friends, can you tell me in which branch / resource you can find a discussion/review of the forecast for the current price action ?
I don't need training, but rather a discussion of potential inputs
I used to come here - it was lively, fresh options for entrances were discussed. Maybe they moved somewhere ?
 

Rainis

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EURNZD and GBPNZD on D1 formed a pattern-a curtain of dark clouds. The pattern is supported by the resistance level. Waiting for confirmation. Entry for sale.
 

Armin

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Good Afternoon Colleagues
We need your opinion on the quality of the expert Advisors. Whether they correspond to the idea of an Internal Bar and Absorption.
It is clear that for correct trading, we determine the trend, etc., but then at least determine whether the concept of Price Action is embedded in them. Thank you in advance.
 

Brock

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I share one of my inputs: the breakdown of the "flag" on the trend.

p. s. I was taught this pattern back in 2008 at Teletrade courses.:d

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Brock

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Breaking the "wedge" down.
Not a very reliable entry, because the general trend for the euro is up, but since there is no pronounced trend on this pair, you can try to sell with small goals.
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Davion

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Kristopher said:
False breakout of the previous low + trend.
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I like to watch the analysis of graphs, how many people, so many opinions, and what is most fun - everyone is basically right!
With this picture, I see a trend change exactly where you indicate a false breakout(at the close of the candle, of course), then I go down to the lower TF H1-H4, no matter, and wait for a microtrend, at the break of which I open a position in the newly emerging trend(well, as I would like)))
And then, if desired, you can top up with a similar picture...

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Kristopher

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Davion said:
I like to watch the analysis of graphs, how many people, so many opinions, and what is most fun - everyone is basically right!
This is what makes trading great. Everyone has their own vision. And this does not mean that one will earn, and the other will drain. The main thing is that it turns out after a number of transactions. This is what tests the commitment and trust in your approach to trading.