Hope you caught the setup(s) this morning right off the bat. Picture perfect and no heat... just the way I like em. Love it when everything comes together and I use the EEdge indicators to point them out so I don't miss them. Remember rule #3 "There's no room for stupid mistakes". This is where the indicators come in, not so subtly poking at me to identify trend direction, entry location, professional and amateur location, start and end of move exhaustion in price and volume, potential turning/stopping areas of structure. I've gotten a few emails recently of traders questioning the indicators and all I can say is this: Work to understand the price action and use the indicators as a guide, confirmation of your read. Stop making it so damn complicated! If you don't like the EEdge indicators or figure you saw something you like better, then stop looking, take off and go for it! I've not seen any indicator set like the EEdge indicators that show long term structure, definite trend direction, entry points to the bar (and tick) including direction and timing, when to enter and when to exit in one place on your screen. Just trying to share what works for me, hopefully it is useful to you.
On another note, taking in some surfing as I planned, nice waves in the afternoon, high tide making the mornings not as good. Trying some different places, some remote and some busy. Mrs. EminiEdge was nice enough to take a moment from the beach and snap a few pics of me on some of the waves. Tough when you are on top of one another but still beats sitting in a cubicle somewhere...
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