Tuesday, September 9, 2014
The intro will now contain the market direction, my entry level and my stop-loss/stop buy/stop sell trades. The market direction will always be at the top of the page from now on. Market refers to SP-500. I will track the buy and sell signals and come up with profit/loss system based off this first short trade, which I think will probably get stopped out, but that's the purpose. I'm not thinking anymore, just following my system.
Posted by James Genosky at 3:12 PM
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Monday, September 1, 2014
Well the last attempt in catching the falling knife known as EUR/USD cost me 9K, but I've been tracking this pair and am highlighting another support level coming up.
EUR/USD 4 Hr. Chart:
Wave 2 is related to wave 1. In this case, wave 2 retraced .618*wave 1, which is perfect.
Wave 3 is related to wave 1. In this case, wave 3 traveled 2.618*1, which is perfect.
Wave 4 should relate to both wave 3 and wave 2. In this case, wave 4 retraced .236*3 and 4=2.
The pair is still respecting it's down channel nicely, and the move from a triangle is generally the final move before a short term trend change. Wave 5 would equal 2.618* Wave 1 around the 1.30800 level. Wave 5 = Waves 1+3 around the 1.30600 level. This 20 pip range produces a strong fib support zone.
Since wave 3 was greater than 1.618* Wave 1, we expect wave 5 to be related to wave 1. Wave 5 under this scenario typically travels 1*1, 1.618*1 or 2.618*1. We are reaching the final level of the typical scenario. Additionally, having the fib support of wave 5 = waves 1+3 strengthens the case for a reversal in this area.
The moving averages on the chart help support the count. The MA's came together on waves 2 and 4, just what you'd expect corrections to cause.
EUR/USD 1 Hr. Chart:
On the 1 hr chart we can again see where the MA's come together, and since those are typical corrections, I will label them that way. I have limit buy orders in at 1.309000-1.306000, and buy-stops in at 1.31963.
Hopefully this trade works a little better!
Posted by James Genosky at 6:24 AM