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Awesome to find that you are succeeding I am trying to get into supply an demand myself can u help me draw zones manually rather than the indicator
If you look at Sam Seiden’s webinar it should be not a problem on how the pattern look like on a price chart. Its a matter of practice, practice practice a 1000 times. u need to practice them best on a backtesting software. I personally use forextester to test and learn to identify the pattern.
So it’s really when price rallies up and forms a base then drops or continues to rally so where u see the base that’s where u draw your zone. You have stopped doing teaching, if only I knew this earlier I would of got tuition from u.
u can learn more from sam seiden webinar. I am still completing my book and ebook version. still in the process at the moment.
Thankyou I have seen his videos e doesn’t seem to explain at what point would demand and supply be
PLEASE can you contact me at Chris@greencoffee8000.com – privately if possible.
I still couldn’t understand how the Sell Limit, Sell Stop, Buy Limit and Buy Stop work.
Any advise ?
Hi, can you explain how Sell Limit work ?
you can find a lot of information freely in the Internet via Investopedia or even wiki I think.
Dear Warithu, i have been following your website/blog now for a while and i will just let you know that you and your blogg/website is/are true inspiration about the fx market for retailers. I found you and your site through Tradingheros and the interview on the podcast, and sice i`ll have to check for new post on your site every day. In those times it is truly hard to find real good sources/people how deliver solid information and education from only their own experiences, and i wanted to tell you that i appriciate that very much. It is a gift to the retail trading community that you are willing to share all of it with us and the rest of the world :). In my opinion there is so much good and value information in your blogg and your posts that everybody can benifit of it, your own recomandations can help to avoid a lot of mistakes in the “real trading world”. I hope you will continue the good work you do, because i like your blogg and what you do! You are a living proof tha “IT IS POSSIBLE TO MAKE A LIVING” as a trader, whatever that means to each and one of us :). I will thank you for mention Sam Seiden and his theorys about supply and demand in fx, a lot of valuable information there to. I`ll hope you`ll continue to succseed like you do now, keep up the REAL good work you do, there are a lot of people out there who appriciate your blogg! Happy Pipp`n!
Greetings from Oslo-Norway-Maik.
THank You and I appreciate the compliments Maik from Oslo. I wanted to show the world that everything is possible and that I want to share it freely and sincerely. I have been at those stage where knowledge was hard to get and hard to find, because for what I believe that everyone deserve to learn. AS long as people use that knowledge for good and for charity. It is also a way How I express my positive feelings so as to maintain an edge in my trading.
I hope you will succeed as I too. The key for all success is working hard and working smart. Remember, of every problem, there is always a solution. Life is made by that law. IT is up to all of us to work out. NEVER GIVE UP. Thomas Edison who invented electricity bulb did 1000 experimental test before 1 success was found. with that 1 success lasted until the present day. The same goes with FX trading, backtest and forward test more, you will find your edge and niche. It is simply discovering yourself.
Hope you succeed in this endeavor.
Hi Warithu, I have been following your blog for a long time and previously tried to contact you because I loved what you do. Is there a way I can contact you directly to speak with you please. There are a number of things but we run a fund purely for charity and I would be interested to speak with you about helping us.
Hi there Warithu
I am sure you have been asked this loads of time would you give me the lowdown on how you determine the criteria your supply and demand areas………….great blog and thumbs up to Rob Booker
If you look at the main menu , KNowledge base. click forex education.
I admired you and Sam Seiden succeed on trading. I hope that you can post your trade setup and educational video on your blog frequently, so I can learn from your blog. I also hope that you can create your own PAMM system on HotForex, so we can earn money together. Thank you for viewing.
thanks. I will. Lately Im busy gathering quantitative data on demand and supply. SO I might be out of trading for the moment because I am making my attention to research.
Do you think the demand at 30.280 on euro is good? looks like a rally base rally
do you have a screen shot i can look at ? what time frame are you implying ?
Here are two trades i took yesterday off of the 15 minute timeframe. The short was at the supply up top in the 3040’s. And the buy at the demand in the 2960’s. There was a 5 minute scalp also but i missed the trade and didnt want to chase
I have a red arrow drawn to arrow i was referring to on this chart.
I knew risk to reward ratio is very important to trading success of a trader. There are 1:2 and 1:3 risk to reward ratio recommended by trading instructor. But they are emotion problem to implement it on live trading. so, trading instructor introduce another ‘scaling out positions’ method to solve emotion problem. But scaling out position is inferior in mathematically optimal, lower reward for scaling out positions. One question, what risk to reward ratio or scaling out position you used in your live trading?
I went back through your Twitter feeds and came to this link for 10 pips a day, and was wondering if you still give out this ebook for free?
If you do can you send me one too so that I can back test it out.
Link where I got it from. “https://warithu.wordpress.com/2011/03/04/strategy-10-low-risk-high-rewards-system/”
For all the best.
drop me your email. I will sent it to you.
I tried sending you an email with this email but it didn’t work “firstname.lastname@example.org”
I have my public email here for you if you don’t mind. “email@example.com”
has your course started
it has. Apparently there has been a lot of issue on placing a payment gateway on the page. So far most of the new intake had been joining the membership was paying via wire transfer. Because this has been done privately to protect banking information being displayed in public.
Has your course started up yet Haji?
Sorry for the double msg. My wireless signal was losing connection.
Do you have email that i contact you?
I want to avoid spam. find me on skype. ‘warithu’.
Hello, I was just wondering if you still trade only for 5 pips. I have been studying support resistance on a 15 minute chart in the Eur/Usd and am starting to understand it and am working on getting only 5 pips.
Not always, only when I feel bored I only take 5 pip.
Well, I don’t mind boring as long as it adds up to cash at the end of the day. Thank you for the response really appreciate it.
I want to join your supply and demand traders group. But before that, can you email me your sample of education page?
Hi, Haji. I have made a purchase of your ebook. But I still did not get the ebook yet. Could you please send me. Thanks.
sorry for the late reply, Yes I have sent it to your email. thank you.
December 19 2013
I have also bought your ebook today and have not received any information as of yet. Could you please send it to me. Thank you.
Michael R Hartmann firstname.lastname@example.org
Good day michael. Sorry for the late reply, Been busy. OK I have sent already through your email. Thank you.
How do you do to pick good supply/demand zones? Are you using some market opening time, for example London Open to increase the odds of a good trade?
Are you using higher time frames ?
My levels are very often overshoot, and my stops are very oft triggered. I don’t understand why, because I’m trading in the direction of the higher time frame trend.
What is your success rate? How many winning trades in comparison to losses?
Do you have some hints for me to help me to better choose the right levels?
hi daniel. That depends on how individual trader uses the price chart. I personally do it at market openening usually London Times and NY times. Yes using Higher time frames first thing you do. You need the odd enhancer to filter out bad trades.
success rate is in fact good, that depends how good are you in control. Good luck in finding what you want.
what indicator do you use for supply and demand i have 2 here which are the supdem and the other is supdem v2 from ace gazette i came across your little ebook and i downloaded the indicator as stated from acegazette can u please confirm that is the correct 1
Yes I can confirm it is supdem indicator. Just for your information have it backtest thoroughly and build up your skill and management plan.
Aren’t you operating your group anymore? Because when I clicked at the link in the footer of your website, it lead to broken website. And I believe your ebook isn’t available anymore. I am a huge fan of Supply demand strategy..but still some way to go.. 🙂
hi Omar. The ebook is available already.
Haji, can you take a look at GBPCAD and GBPNZD monthly demand? they almost coincide with multiple fibs. Best health to you.
Massive there. I did look at it. From monthly, to weekly, to daily and to 4H chart. POtential 200 pip risk with a 400 pip profit. 1.86936 seems a good entry.
Hi Haji, seems quiet from you for sometimes now, hope you doing well.
Many thanks. I was too busy and I was not feeling well. I had a back problem. Hopefull it will heal. I will to be active next week if I have the time!
Good to hear that you are recovering. I had the same problem too sitting in my chair too much. It has helped me when I bought a yoga ball 75mm and using it as a substitute for my chair. You should give it a try, it may help. Just make sure that your hip is higher than your knees.
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