great Work so far, I'm very impressed. Are you familiar with the Trend Push Concept (STP) and could you explain it a bit if possible? I heard thats a newer DiNapoli Strategie and it is supposed to be quite good
Oh and maybe I have something for you. Plot a yearly WTI Chart and you see that Quarterly got faded at the 71.24 OP last year (you prolly know that) and there is a yearly LPO at 22 !!
This might be a perfect level to buy if it really gets reached.
Thanks for your answer, I already knew a bit about it and I think I got it now... I really need to take a few seminars, too(I trade well for years now but I want to get to know Joe himself as long as I still can).Hello,
Thank you. Yes, i am but these concepts are not taught here because they are just too difficult to teach in this type of format and reserved for Private seminars- We don't want you to get it wrong or confuse other people.
Trend Push is basically a type of thrust with higher lows or lower highs. As long as the bars keep making higher lows you have to be careful and not to trade against the trend push
Yes, yearly levels are very strong. Thanks for the reminder.
Thats actually correct but I still like to have them on this "Analyse" template. Basically MACD and STOCH got replaced by MACDP and the possibility to just fade a lower time frame against a higher TFHi,
In response to IanN I was interested to see DiNapoli Macd and DiNapoli Stochastic on the chart. Thought I had read somewhere that fading the stochastic against the macd was no longer used. Have I misunderstood.
Good Thinking. I've read Sive's Complete Forex education and DiNapoli's Book. What would you suggest as the next step ?During these days, I would recommend trading higher timeframes or step aside and invest yourself by studying in technical analysis until markets settle down.
Well, you can practice and post your trade setups on the forum so that we can comment on the application of the concepts. If you want to take it one step further, you can also follow the recommended learning path of Joe. Hope that helps.Good Thinking. I've read Sive's Complete Forex education and DiNapoli's Book. What would you suggest as the next step ?