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RSI Momentum Arrows Indicator

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right sir, to test something new you have to use a demo account first, and you can try to move the time frame to find out which one you prefer
Yup..but based on the technic i just want to know how to use it properly based on the rule of this indicator
#31 - February 24, 2019, 01:51:27 AM

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Yup..but based on the technic i just want to know how to use it properly based on the rule of this indicator
if in my opinion personally, it would be better to immediately put this indicator on each chart to know more about the workings of this indicator
#32 - February 25, 2019, 04:04:03 AM

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if in my opinion personally, it would be better to immediately put this indicator on each chart to know more about the workings of this indicator
Well actually i have the similar with this indicator name is proparabolic sar and the rule i guess is same
#33 - February 25, 2019, 04:11:36 AM

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Yup..but based on the technic i just want to know how to use it properly based on the rule of this indicator
what I know for the use of RSI is that there are two ways, that is, being able to order op when the price crosses level 50 or counter if the price is already at level 30-70 or there is a 20-80
#34 - February 26, 2019, 03:02:15 AM

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what I know for the use of RSI is that there are two ways, that is, being able to order op when the price crosses level 50 or counter if the price is already at level 30-70 or there is a 20-80
Thats true but the matter is what timeframe you used rsi buy when cross up level 50 and sell when rsi cross down 50?
#35 - February 26, 2019, 05:27:03 AM

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Thats true but the matter is what timeframe you used rsi buy when cross up level 50 and sell when rsi cross down 50?
I also have my own opinion about the time frame which is the best in my opinion is the H1 time frame, because I always use it and never use anything else
#36 - February 27, 2019, 02:39:59 AM

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I also have my own opinion about the time frame which is the best in my opinion is the H1 time frame, because I always use it and never use anything else
Well thanks for your sharing..i will try it based on your recomendation at timeframe H1 and wish i will get the best result and understanding this indicator
#37 - February 27, 2019, 03:40:14 AM

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Well thanks for your sharing..i will try it based on your recomendation at timeframe H1 and wish i will get the best result and understanding this indicator
I use the h1 time frame because it can be more relaxed trading that I am working on, because I still have other work that I have to complete
#38 - February 27, 2019, 04:08:38 AM

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what I know for the use of RSI is that there are two ways, that is, being able to order op when the price crosses level 50 or counter if the price is already at level 30-70 or there is a 20-80
but sometimes there is a false signal when the price is going to sell and is very buy, for example like GBPUSD, a time-frame shows the selling price, but the price doesn't go down, how to anticipate that?
#39 - February 28, 2019, 03:31:07 AM

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but sometimes there is a false signal when the price is going to sell and is very buy, for example like GBPUSD, a time-frame shows the selling price, but the price doesn't go down, how to anticipate that?
yes right I also often see things like that, so in entry, you also have to see convergent / divergent conditions



#40 - February 28, 2019, 04:37:53 AM

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yes right I also often see things like that, so in entry, you also have to see convergent / divergent conditions
can you model it with photos, and what divergents are valid at what time frame? all timeframe? or only certain pair pairs, please guide
#41 - February 28, 2019, 07:00:17 AM

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can you model it with photos, and what divergents are valid at what time frame? all timeframe? or only certain pair pairs, please guide
sorry I don't have an example image, I just saw a chart that never made a screen shoot
#42 - March 01, 2019, 12:31:45 AM

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sorry I don't have an example image, I just saw a chart that never made a screen shoot
okay then, I really hope to learn to use images, it turns out you can't, it's okay ... accept
#43 - March 01, 2019, 12:57:05 PM

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okay then, I really hope to learn to use images, it turns out you can't, it's okay ... accept
let's learn to draw it yourself
#44 - March 21, 2019, 12:10:00 AM

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Well thanks for your sharing..i will try it based on your recomendation at timeframe H1 and wish i will get the best result and understanding this indicator
using the H1 time frame is more relaxed than the lower time frame
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