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  1. Hi VP, I noticed that $EVZ has been below 8 since Jan 2019 till now (Oct 2019). Does that mean we do not enter any trades for these 9 months until it goes above 8 consistently?

  2. Another homerun! I'm still binging on the videos for the second time. I've been through the pods once. I can't wait to start the blog and take more complete, organized notes.
    I am also investigating volume indicators. Seems to me that people use them as an entry ( i.e. buy/sell indicator) and not as a trend or volume indicator. I'm still trying to rap my head around the concept. I do understand that it should be a zero cross indic. that stays below the line when the volume or volitility is low and the price is choppy. VP thanks again for giving the world your algo. and all the incredible incites.
    " That is all the people need to know! "

  3. if rates are lowered even below zero like the president wants.. that is stock market positive but does the big money not realize that lower rates (below zero) is the most obvious sign that the economy is in deep water? … president wants rates under zero… paying the banks to hold our money WFT …. I wonder how this will impact our markets. ..

  4. vix now using 6 as support. we might be looking at the return of volume and the best volume we have seen in years. with trade war in the mix and possible currency war; and an inverted yield curve. Big money might be running back to us!

  5. Similar to your trading style, I trade a combo of the daily and 4 hr multi time frames. And I have to admit that 'forex trading is sometimes boring, but in a good way'! Through my trading journey (almost 7 yrs now) the more bored I get, the more successful I am getting. Sincere compliments to you for being so honest and brutal. My going along with the daily TF was largely due to your blunt advice.

  6. hello there VP and every body
    it seems to me that you are dissecting the fx of the holy grail
    and you are getting closer and closer.I hope some day in your
    lucid dream your super conches' will give you the perfect answer
    God bless you my man

  7. I'm still searching for a volume indicator. I can't find one that will give me better backtesting than I already have. Hoping to at least find one that will take some of my losses away. must…keep….going……

  8. Hey VP. Enjoy your stuff and Ive seen most all blogs and vdeos. Ive noticed you recently told folks to 'take' their first profit target. Ive been waiting for that. Truthfully ( and being involved with this for over 20 years), I've kindof been waiting for you to adjust your time frame. ( remember being adjustable?) Taking a '1st profit target' on a 'day bar' is a recipe for disaster long term. For anyone who doesnt have $100 k ( most) but who understands time, risk, reward and odds, and the 'program tradng' that IS this world ( banks and others) , a decent ROI is 8 to 10%. You can get that thru a simple mixed portfolio with a 15% high risk component. Actually, its even better odds. Why not save time and hire a 'share profit'
    broker? Most of your followers (I read their comments…smart folks) own a lower minimum on available funds, and need a lower time frame ( REALLY? you're going to look at a day bar trade and enter knowing you're already wrong on the 4 hour, 1 hour, 15 minute…even 5 minute?). I think you are very good at this. Probably the best series Ive ever seen. I think you enjoy it. In my humble opinion, If you really want to help folks who are NOT pros ( most), than get really challenging and tell them how to make money per day and week. It IS possible and the REAL issue. Thanks

  9. Another great video, thanks VP. A suggestion when using the $EVZ? You said to ignore the daily activity spikes and just focus on the close of each bar … maybe easier to view this if you change the Settings from the default "OHLC" to "Line" charts? Just a thought. Doing that though, it seems to have closed below "8" for well over half of the last 2 years?!

  10. VP we have problem. I don't know where to post this man 'cause I am not allowed to mention it here in the comments section and I don't have a ask VP question left, but I'm pretty sure I wont be the only one with this problem. Using the ATR in your prescribed method and timeframe(damn that's the part I shouldn't have mentioned) works like a dream. Best tool in the box for sure. But if I use the same risk with the same ATR formula in a different timeframe something is not right. My risk is way too high. Something needs to be adjusted. I'll appreciate some help man.

  11. Made a $250 deposit last week Monday just to test your style of trading out. This Monday I'm at $549 balance with a $440 p/l on current open positions. Basically 4x my account in a week.

    Thank you.

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