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  1. #21
    What a day! A day before week end, quarter end, month end.

    Many thanks to Banks.

  2. #22
    Time [ GMT ] - When the imbalances is generated.

  3. #23
    1 question to ask: Where's liquidity?

  4. #24
    Next week: Start End of Day Choice (or binary choice) Project.

    Edit: Perhaps automated trading something.

  5. #25
    AUDUSD, All market's requirements.

    M1_2015 (From February to November)

    M1_2016 (From January to Septemper)
    (Brexit, around trade #6600)

    If rebate is 0.5 pip and trade size is 0.1 lot, then rebate earnings is 8000.
    Y Scale: 1% = 770 pips (if AUDUSD rate is 0.77 and 5 digits).
    Afterward profit is 8% = $616. Overall profit is $8616.

    I am interest in lien making than profits.
    As long as result (in pips) isn't around zero, even if it is a loss, it is still ok. This will prevent broker from accusing me churning.

  6. #26

    M5 2016, period = 2H

    M5 2016, period = 3H

    M5 2016, period = 4H

  7. #27
    Last update, M1_2014 (January On December)
    December is not a good month, because they might take profit.

  8. #28
    Ever since I have started a different journey with automated trading, then let's wrap this journal.
    I've this thought 6 months before, even before I understand balance-imbalance. With the support of understanding of the foreign exchange market, I could put it down.

    Shing point: Where liquidity shifts. Where interbank traders rebalance their book. Time: 2-3 hours. Use TF 30 mins to see them.
    Price usually goes to this changing point to that altering stage.

    This concept is simple but powerful. I really don't need any tool, most of time. And since it's simple, hehe or post example image, I don't need to share.

    -- The End --

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