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kris82

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Thanks Roger... I think there is something wrong on the feb levels indicated in this chart. Though the level is still good to sell as it is a confluence and agreement according to my chart
I don't see anything wrong with fib levels, however my question is why SL is in this particular place. Putting it slightly above, so above confluence+1.618 expansion (agreement) shouldn't be better option? Or you assume monthly trend in this price range will be bullish?
 

RogerTC

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Gents,

Thanks for the comments. Here is the chart with correct levels,


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Regarding placing the stop;

If you are conservative you need to place it above 1.9485 (F5) AND 1.9533 (possible wash and rinse of stops). However, you can prefer to place a bonsai stop above agreement + confluence at 1.8835 also.

We want to sell very strong resistance level with a higher timeframe in our favor. Even if we place a stop above 1.9533 we shouldn't wait until market hits our stop and should monitor how the market reacts on the agreement +confluence resistance. If it breaks and reacts like the resistance doesnt exist this means that there is something wrong as the market not respecting very stong fibonacci zone. So we should look for ways to get out of the trade.

We dont know if the market will reach our entry level but if it does we will have many opportunities.

1- We can fade the weekly trend against monthly as per standart trade plan and look to take profit on weekly chart.
2- We can scalp the weekly resistance and look to take profit on 4hour timeframe.
3- If the market starts thrusting down on lower timeframes when it hits our entry level we can play as per thrust plan or modified trade plan in lower timeframes. Basically; we will know that market respecting weekly resistance and will move down side on the next 6 to 12 weeks so this will be our context and we will be looking to sell any retracement at fibonacci resistance zones in lower timeframes.


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RogerTC

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As dinapoli traders we take what the market give us. Again seeing opportunities on many major markets higher timeframe charts

Starting with gold;

Monthly is trusting and we have strong confluence zone at 1680-1720 .


XAUUSDMonthly.png


As we have monthly trust; we can look to buy weekly sell signals on decent fibnodes. We have OP agreement + confluence zone at 1825-1800 area.

XAUUSDWeekly.png


We can see the same levels on daily chart. I will be looking to buy at 1800-1825 and scale in if the price drops further to 1680-1720.

XAUUSDDaily.png
 

RogerTC

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And the silver;

I m already long at 22-23 and will scale in if the price drops 18-19.

XAGUSDWeekly.png



First resistance at around 35 and the next one is the cluster of expansions at 51. If i can get in around 19 i will be looking to carry it until 51.


XAGUSDMonthly.png
 

kris82

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There could be possible B&B on H4 NZDUSD also I think for quick profit (to be observed since we still didn't close above 3x3). Unfortunatelly I can't attach plot.
 
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RogerTC

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There could be possible B&B on H4 NZDUSD also I think for quick profit (to be observed since we still didn't close above 3x3). Unfortunatelly I can't attach plot.
Well. B&B you mentioned played out well. I didnt take that one but EURAUD as there were multiple perfect thrusts on 4hr timeframes.

NZDUSD;

NZDUSDH4.png


EURAUD

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Tchurik

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Hi Roger,

A quick message to thank you for your amazing work you re doing for us on FPA site. I discovered Di Napoli s method thanks to sive a few years ago, and now you give this direct application that is so great.. Thank you soooo much

Nevertheless i would like to ask you about the indicators you use on Trading view? it is hard to find the good ones, settled as Di Napoli s method. I can t find a proper FibNode tree nor the overbought oversold indicators. I also like the counter you have over the candles.

Would it be possible for you to list those Di Napoli s indicators you use on TV?

Thank you in advance
 

RogerTC

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Hi Roger,

A quick message to thank you for your amazing work you re doing for us on FPA site. I discovered Di Napoli s method thanks to sive a few years ago, and now you give this direct application that is so great.. Thank you soooo much

Nevertheless i would like to ask you about the indicators you use on Trading view? it is hard to find the good ones, settled as Di Napoli s method. I can t find a proper FibNode tree nor the overbought oversold indicators. I also like the counter you have over the candles.

Would it be possible for you to list those Di Napoli s indicators you use on TV?

Thank you in advance


Hello,

Thank you. As i know it is not possible to use Fibonacci tool in TV. I use only Ninja trader and MT4/5.

Regards

R
 

RogerTC

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