Currency GBPAUD: How to use multiple alerts together to confirm an opportunity.

Posted on February 15th, 2017 by
GBPAUD Bearish

Here is an alert that is from the suggested profile on the profile page titled “Bearish Trend All Timeframe Scan“. This came out Feb 14 at 9:03 PM

 

Then over night a 6x Bearish email alert came out.

If you take a look, it moved, break out on the 10m and went to break the low. Now I missed this move because it was over night while I was a sleep.  When I went to look at what happened I noticed a 30m Kijen-sen pull back with Purple dots meaning I have a Daytrading/swing iMTF. From there I put on the trade because my money management rules were in play. I took the trade and now I have hit my preserve mode target. If price breaks here I will target the Day pivot low.

 

Based on the 3 Step Trading Plan published earlier. (https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/?p=10431), we looked at at a pull back trade on a 1hr time frame provided by ThinkorSwim.   Here is the chart setup.

 

If you would like to learn how to trade like an institutional trader or learn more about our multi-timeframe email alerts, go to www.ichimokutrade.com or email us at info@eiicapital.com

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Lloyds Bank 5 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert

Posted on February 15th, 2017 by
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Yesterday we received a 5 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for LLOY.  Here is the email alert:.

Based on the 3 Step Trading Plan (https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/?p=10431), we found a iMTF support at 66.6 on a 60m timeframe. Here is the chart setup:

Thereis a swing/day iMTF Support at 66.6, which was our pullback entry. Additionally, we set a breakout entry at 67.354 with an initial stop at 64.99. Our target is the pivot high of 74 with a preserve target of 71. The breakout trade triggered this morning and we are in the trade managing our stop.


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PNW, MCK: SP500 7 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending Feb 10

Posted on February 12th, 2017 by
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PNW SP500 7 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending  Feb 10.  On  Feb 8, we received a 7 time frame Ichimoku Multiple time frame email alert at www.ichimokutrade.com.   Here is the email alert:

Based on the 3 Step Trading Plan published earlier. (https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/?p=10431), we looked at a iMTF Bullish Pull Back Trade on a 30m time frame provided by eSignal.   Here is the chart setup:

There is a 120/60/30 iMTF Resistance@78.27, which is also our entry. Initial stop is 78.10.  Our target will be the pivot High @ 78.86. Now, the reward risk ratio was a 3:1, hence we decide to take the trade as it did fit our trade plan. The trade has been triggered on the 8 Feb and hit our target on the 9 Feb.

 

MCK SP500 7 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending  Feb 10.  On  Feb 9, we received a 7 time frame Ichimoku Multiple time frame email alert at www.ichimokutrade.com.   Here is the email alert:

Based on the 3 Step Trading Plan published earlier. (https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/?p=10431), we looked at a iMTF Bullish Pull Back Trade on a 30m time frame provided by eSignal.   Here is the chart setup:

There is a 120/60/30/10 iMTF Resistance@140.15, which is also our entry. Initial stop is 140.54.  Our …
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BCR, RHI, XLNX, ULTA: SP500 6 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending Feb 3

Posted on February 5th, 2017 by
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BCR SP500 6 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending  Feb 3.  On  Jan 31, we received a 6 time frame Ichimoku Multiple time frame email alert at www.ichimokutrade.com.   Here is the email alert:

Based on the 3 Step Trading Plan published earlier. (https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/?p=10431), we looked at a iMTF Bullish Pull Back Trade on a 30m time frame provided by eSignal.   Here is the chart setup:

There is a D/240/120/60/30 iMTF Support@233.33, which is also our entry. Initial stop is 231.31.  Our target will be the pivot high @ 240.38. Now, the reward risk ratio was a 3:1, hence we decide to take the trade as it did fit our trade plan. The trade has been triggered on the 1 Feb. We are still in the trade.

 

RHI SP500 6 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending  Feb 3.  On  Jan 31, we received a 6 time frame Ichimoku Multiple time frame email alert at www.ichimokutrade.com.   Here is the email alert:

Based on the 3 Step Trading Plan published earlier. (https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/?p=10431), we looked at a iMTF Bearish Pull Back Trade on a 120m time frame provided by eSignal.   Here is the chart setup:

There is a D/240/120/60/30 iMTF Resistance@47.64, which is also our entry. Initial stop is 48.02.  Our target will be …
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FE: SP500 7 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending Feb 3

Posted on February 5th, 2017 by
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FE SP500 7 Timeframe Ichimoku Email Alert for the week ending  Feb 3.  On  Feb 2, we received a 7 time frame Ichimoku Multiple time frame email alert at www.ichimokutrade.com.   Here is the email alert:

Based on the 3 Step Trading Plan published earlier. (https://www.ichimokutrade.com/c/?p=10431), we looked at a iMTF Bearish Pull Back Trade on a 30m time frame provided by eSignal.   Here is the chart setup:

There is a 240/120/60/30 iMTF Resistance@29.99, which is also our entry. Initial stop is 30.55.  Our target will be the pivot low @ 29.67. Now, the reward risk ratio was a 3:1, hence we decide to take the trade as it did fit our trade plan. The trade has been triggered on the 3 Feb. We are still in the trade.

 

If you would like to learn how to trade like an institutional trader or learn more about our multi-timeframe email alerts, go to www.ichimokutrade.com or email us at info@eiicapital.com

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$DECK Earnings trade with IMTF with 3:1 Reward/Risk

Posted on February 2nd, 2017 by
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$DECK Earnings trade with IMTF™with 3:1 Reward/Risk.  One of the strategies we like to implement is a pre-earnings trade.    For the pre-earnings strategy, we have two sub-strategies.   One is where we look couple of weeks before the earning announcement and the second is day before.  Both strategies are taught in great detail in our Option University. $DECK was done today before market close.   The earnings announcement was after market hours.   If you know what you are doing, you can get a very good reward/risk in a short amount of time.

Let’s discuss the $DECK bearish trade we took today.   Below is the weekly chart.   The weekly time frame shows price is consolidating changing sentiment over and over.     There is a major resistance at 58.82.   This resistance came again in the form of a cross right before earnings.    This was the sign we were looking for to execute a trade for pre-earnings.   We never got it a couple of weeks ago.

With the cross resistance, we looked at options for a bearish trade.    After evaluating the option “Greeks”, it was seen that volatility was high.    As a result, we could …
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Ichimoku $EURCAD Post Trade Analysis

Posted on January 31st, 2017 by
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Ichimoku $EURCAD Post Trade Analysis.    Yesterday, we posted a Bearish trade setup for the EURCAD on 60m for the Forex Currency market.

Overnight, we got stopped out at break even.

In every losing trade, you need to do a post analysis to determine what happened.    If you notice the same “pattern” for loses then you need to adjust your trading plan.

Remember, this is a probability “game”.   You will not win 100% of the time.    You will lose.  The key is min. when you loss and max. when you win.   Also with time, your win/loss ratio should improve if you keep on analyzing your losing trades.

Here is the post analysis.  First, notice, we are trading in a consolidation pattern.     The trade setup occurred in the middle which means this is an low probability trade.   It is aggressive.  The best high probability trades are trend and pull back because you have some type of momentum.   We have no problem taking aggressive trades in consolidation pattern as long as it fits our rules and risk is low.

The charts is below which shows the setup.   Notice, we took the trade off …
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