Saturday, September 26, 2009

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8 comments:

dok said...
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dok said...

hey forexbird, sorry for the noobish question, but how do these "range" settings work? I guess must be sth like renko-charts so only when the price goes up a certain level, the bar will be opened/closed, but maybe I get this wrong, because there are also bars which have open and close at the same point ... thx

dok said...

sorry, I didn't get, that you will check the comments, wasn't meant to spam your box ^^

The forexbird said...

no, no problem with you dok, i just had problems with others recently and had to put a moderarion which is over now.. concerning range charts, every bar on a range chart has an equal "range" or high. On my range 2 all bar have equal length, 2 pips. Hope this helps.

dok said...

ahhh, I think I got it. so the right part of the bar is always the high or the low. so if price starts somewhere and rises 1,5 pips, then nothing happens, but if it goes down 2 pips from there, the bar will be completed. the the open / close difference would be 0,5 pips. =) I guess I will have a look at that. thx for posting your interesting ideas!!

andreahaku said...

WOW man... the QQE seems to give very nice signal also ;) isn't it?

The forexbird said...

oh,yes..

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