So you can remember a tick or pip is 1 on all instruments. Any individually identifiable information related to this data will never be used in any way different to that stated above without your explicit permission. So hes has 6 candles of 10 seconds on the 1 minute. Do not flame them back, it makes our work as admins harder figuring out who started it.
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I want to hear from you self. Tick charts "adapt" to the market. Exit spot The exit spot is the latest tick at or before the end time. You have tweaked my interest on the Heikin Ashi but when I clicked on the link to the article you wrote, it would not load. The general concept is the same. Fewer bars form when there are fewer transactions, warning a trader that activity levels are low or dropping.
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Saves me time if its crap. I cant respond on your question but probably this guy is trying to pick up 51 Reversal time or something like that. I looked for the video, but its not in my history in YouTube. Posted 29 March - It looks good , Iam just wondering based on what this guys takes trades. He took trades when his tick chart candles hit the bollingerbands.
Bit same as you see in my picture on the right. Cant find the damm video anymore. Posted 30 March - Posted 31 March - Posted 06 April - And what setting you used in tick? I will do no further coding. Back to top Report 11 Max Max Member. Posted 07 April - Thanks for the reply I already watched those vids last week, but its not what i saw with that Russian guy. Since tick charts are made up of bars which form after X of transactions the amount of time it takes for each bar to close or series of bars to form tells us a lot about the volume of the markets.
Periods when bars are forming faster indicates more volume moving the markets. When bars are slower to form this is indication of lower volume. While the size of each individual transaction is unknown, larger positions are commonly broken up into smaller orders. Thus, a larger order of 10, contracts might be filled over the course of smaller orders. In order for the market to absorb this order many smaller orders will be filled to match the other side of this trade.
In addition to the tick chart, there are two other types of data-based chart types, range, and volume charts. Range charts print bars which close at the end of a specified data interval ex: Volume charts , are similar to tick charts, except their bars close once a certain number of contracts have been traded.
These charts are all unique in their own way and put a nice spin on the standard time based chart. The Heikin Ashi Candlestick is a great indicator to be familiar with and have in your toolbox. Of all the bar chart types out there I prefer the combination of the tick chart with the Heikin Ashi Candlestick. When you combine the tick chart with the Heikin Ashi candle stick study you get a nice clear picture of the current market condition.
Trending markets are easy to identify with clean bars of the same color forming one after another. Range bound markets will appear choppy, with bars changing color more frequently. If you enjoyed this post and others like it on the blog please click the Like or Tweet buttons above.