1. January 8, 2019 at 5:21 pm — Reply

    This has been great for someone new like myself. I finally have a starting area from watching these videos. The transition from the Weekly to the Daily after you identify/distinguish between trend and consolidation was a great help.

    • January 8, 2019 at 8:37 pm — Reply

      Glad that was useful, Moshe! Great job going through the course!

  2. January 8, 2019 at 9:29 pm — Reply

    Hi Etienne,
    Great 2018 videos and great Bollinger Band modules. I have shared your YouTube clips with many Australian friends. Just inquiring what your process from
    trading view to setting up a trade on your broker eg…. IC markets ?

    Do you just copy and paste your Short and Low levels from trading view and enter them on your MT4 platform ?

    • January 9, 2019 at 2:10 pm — Reply

      Hi Kim, I enter my trades on TradingView by connecting it to Oanda. So all my info is in one place :)

      Wise move on going through the course!

  3. March 27, 2019 at 5:42 am — Reply

    Please can you clarify more about the win/loss rate of this strategy?

    My doubt is this:

    You mention taking profit at 1 to 1 and then again at 2 to 1. If you close half of the initial position at 1 to 1 and the other half a 2 to 1, your reward/risk would be 1.5 (0.5*1+0.5*2=1.5)

    With 40% win/loss as you mention: 40 winners * 1.5 – 60 lossers * 1 = 0



    • March 29, 2019 at 12:00 am — Reply

      Hi Francisco,

      The 40-48% win rate is when taking profit at R=1 and R=3. That gives you 2R.

      When excluding the break-even trades, you’d need to get > 33% win rate to make a profit.

      If you decide to do R=1 and R=2, you’ll get a slightly higher win rate. I can’t say for sure, because when I traded this way, I was also moving my stop loss to breakeven. My win rate was around 65%.

      Hope that helps!

  4. September 11, 2019 at 7:36 am — Reply

    When you put 2 take profits do you mean open 2 positions on the trade and have 2 take profits or just have one position and close half when it reaches TP1 and let the rest run

    • September 11, 2019 at 1:50 pm — Reply

      Hi Bradley,
      This can be either way. It is easier to split the risk of the trade into 2 orders and place them with 2 TPs.
      But alternatively, you can make it into 1 single larger trade and take 1/2 off once it reached TP1.

      Both options work, but we have found out that placing 2 separate trades make things easier as you may not be awake or at the charts when the price reaches TP1, so by placing 2 orders with different TP each the platform manages the closing at the desired price automatically.

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