Moving forward with T-bars

Additional notes (tip transient only).

-Master concept: In the way that range bars are ‘perfected’ in being able to calculate which pip value to use per bar, would this transient concept would be perfected if I were able to identify  which h to use.

-PNR-Point of No Return: If price has extended a certain point away from the tip, can we know that it is likely transient before the h has completed?

-Is it true/how true is it that a wave trajectory cannot change until it has taken out the transient zone ‘blocking’ it?

Green denoting the ‘resistance’ to be taken out in going up. In wave land, I also continue to notice the .5-.7 retrace followed by the 1.5 extension being hit. Denoted in yellow.. like clockwork

1

 

Edit: Will edit as I get around to working on the foundation lol! Will edit tomorrow as I work on the foundation.

Advertisements

One thought on “Moving forward with T-bars

  1. Relativity

    -Master concept: In the way that range bars are ‘perfected’ in being able to calculate which pip value to use per bar, would this transient concept would be perfected if I were able to identify which h to use.
    > Yes it would be perfect as this means you would conquer the issue of time duration (something that I did not solve). I would like to see what you can come up with 🙂

    -PNR-Point of No Return: If price has extended a certain point away from the tip, can we know that it is likely transient before the h has completed?
    > I am not sure. I did not complete the testing, but 50% of previous range created by left side h bars seem to show something.

    -Is it true/how true is it that a wave trajectory cannot change until it has taken out the transient zone ‘blocking’ it?
    > Implying a reversing wave trajectory? From what I know, it cannot change; price would range in the small range created by 2 (smaller, lower timeframe) transient zones, to ‘pass time’, until time permits the break.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s