Have you ever thought that the “Ratio” that you "believe" that you are using, could actually not be happening at the end of your deals? This is a very occult conversation that involves manipulation. On my opinion, if you deal with popular pairs, (EURUSD), sometimes you could be a victim of a large zone of manipulation that could turn your "Ratio" horrible. If your "Ratio" is too good to be true, more in danger you are. Pay attention to that, sometimes your indicator, or your formula simply doesn't fit where you think. You have to be more selective.
Anybody agree? Cassiano Jardim
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I was reading one article (I can not find this article now) about Ichimoku indicator and Moving Averages indicator.It is about the following:There are some community/people who like Ichimoku indicator and do not like Moving Averages.And there are big community/people on some other forums who like MovingAverages (and they do not like Ichimoku).So, the results/conclusion on this scrientific article was the following:Ichimoku indicator and Moving Averates indicator are having same winning/losing ratio: 50/50Same.50/50.
that's not true, there are leading indicators and lagging indicators.There is nothing like good or bad indicator...ONLY GOOD OR BAD APPLICATION.
personally i don't use the millions of indicators out there. I used my own personal coded indicator to trade .