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Which part is more complex. I thought it is quite straight forward, with all those things to watch for, on all those pairs, how can one miss a trade to loose money on …. The attached document is an interesting weekly Ichimoku analysis. Hope we will get another this Friday. Please clarify when you say the Chikou Span should be below or above the price line for a sell or buy entry respectively, what exactly is the price line?
Is it the current live price? For a buy entry, should the Tenkan sen cross the Kijun sen upwards above the cloud or anywhere is fine? Regards, Vincent. Thanks, this clears up a doubt regarding Chikou span. Basically it is the current closing price, moved 26 bars back to compare with the price 26 bars ago.
Is this right? How do I know the price 26 bars ago? Do I need to plot a price line or curve? How do I do this? Thanks,I received your message to view string for clarification on the Chikou Span. I understand that it is the current live price moved 26 bars backward in the past, to compare it with the past price. Is this right. How would I compare it?. Can I compare the Chikou Span price with a candle at that point, and see if it is above or below the candle?
I would suggest you read some of the outside links that have been posted in this thread. Ichimoku World by Gabor Kovacs - Blog. Database - Ichimoku World by Gabor Kovacs. Good luck, guys. Hi and thanks for sharing this system with us. I 'll definately try it on daily charts, been using the same system on hourly charts with some success.
One doubt however, whenever I used this system on hourly charts, for a long entry the Tanken sen-Kijun sen cross over was recommended above the cloud. I observed on your daily chart, that the cross over was below the cloud. Do you think the point of crossover is important in daily charts. The point of crossover is important but you must note that if you wait for a cross to happen on the Daily chart and then trade the kumo breakout you may be many hundreds of pips behind.
So, better it to wait for a cross on the Daily chart and then look for a retrace and an entry on the 4hr or 1hr charts. Thanks SanMiguel, I was planning to use the system to trade on daily charts for the future. You are right ,that if one waits for the cross, hundreds of pips could be lost. Is it OK then to make an entry once the price breaks and closes above or below the kumo, irrespective where the Tanken sen and Kijun sen cross took place.
In this case, could Chikou sen be more useful? I just activated my account on meetpips. Kindly I need your advice. My call-name is comulustrader. This has some good info: Ichimoku Beginner release!
Download now! Dear SanMiguel, Thanks. I am planning to shift to daily time frame trading, from H1 due to the large volatility. Do you feel these entries are sound? Do you consider a kumo crossover, only when candles enters from bottom to top or vice versa of the kumo, or is if there is a dip and a retrace as in the case of GBPUSD?
Thank you very much, and good trades. Hey guys, newbie over here, i have been trading about 6 months, and now in the breakeven level: I trade using micro lot size.
So its like i am going nowhere using ichimoku but yet it is reliable compairing with other indicators. The Flaw is that i only trade in front of my computer like hours only. I cannot observe full time, so thats why i missed the crosses. Last night i trade USD and CAD pair, and i lose even though the chart showing the curent price is below the Kumo, which i believe is bear environment, when the price hit the retracement fibonacci level it does not bounce back but cross above the freaking Kumo, which i admit, this is a losing trade, but my emotion takes in to fight again the trend by consistenly place sell oder at the peak of the candle shadow, but futile.
Too sad. Is there any way that i can enhance my trading strategies? Do you guys always trade in front of computer?
For the entry order, what is the stop loss you guys placed? Recently addicted to leverage, i begin to trade 2 to 3 lots together in 1 order, should i do that? Should we consider using multiple time frame? Whats the purpose? Or single timeframe wont tell us everything right? I suggest stick to one indicator, like Ichimoku and determine whether there will be a possible crossover on that day.
The two hours spent need to be near the cross, or basically you have no control on the trade entry, the exit can always be predetermined.
Lastly,emotion has no place in trading. Accept yours losses, learn from them and move on. Ichimoku Trading System Trading Systems. Free Forex Trading Systems.
I thought it is quite straight forward, with all those things to watch for, on all those pairs, how can one miss a trade to loose money on … I get it, you cant figure where I come from going all EW on this thread? PS: If that is complex,:eek: I was going to start on fx-sophrology with ichi on my next posts ….
See post Which indicator do you use to compare Chikou Span with? Warren, you are very welcome. SanMiguel May 24, , pm TalonD May 24, , pm Dear Trader, I just activated my account on meetpips. My call-name is comulustrader Regards. Too sad Is there any way that i can enhance my trading strategies? Hope you guys can give me a little bit guidance, thank you.
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