WHAT MONEY CAN !!!




MONEY CAN DO EVERYTHING


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Betul ke betul yang duit boleh buat segala-galanya di dalam dunia ni? Orang yang mindset rendah dia akan nampak duit adalah boleh buat kejahatan tapi orang yang mindset tinggi and mindset orang kaya akan nampak duit ni adalah sahabat dia.

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Duit tak buat salah apa-apa pun, kenapa ada yang nak cakap yang duit boleh menjadikan kita seorang yang jahat? Yang jahat tu diri kita sendiri bukan disebabkan duit. Kita yang salah gunakan duit kearah yang bukan-bukan.

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So anda semua yang nak berjaya, yang nak kaya-raya jadikanlah duit itu kawan anda kerana orang yang buat macam ni biasanya dia cepat je kaya dan ini jugalah perkara yang orang kaya buat.


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Last sekali, macam biasa saya nak share satu setup yang ada high probability untuk anda study dan try compare dengan analisa anda semua.






EUR/USD

Standby BuyStop di area line biru (high inside bar di h4)

SahVCS dengan penggunaan wallet.


Akaun viewer ini diguna pakai dan dikendalikan sama dengan cara memgendalikan lain - lain akaun.



🍊 Deposit permulaan USD100 untuk aktifkan akaun mt4

🍊🍊 Transfer semula dan hanya tinggalkan mt4 berbaki USD30 untuk tujuan berdagang.



🍊🍊🍊 Modal cair di wallet boleh diguna pakai untuk mengukuhkan margin, waktu sibuk, gangguan network atau templet setting menjadi default disebabkan memory low di phone dengan syarat trend kekal di mapping yang dibuat.





🍊🍊🍊🍊 Setelah gangguan selesai, keluarkan semula modal cair tambahan itu dan biarkan akaun berjalan hanya dari hasil untung sahaja. Ianya adalah juga untuk modal permulaan USD30 itu perlulah dikeluarkan secara berhemah dengan sebaiknya di anggaran USD80 - 100.



Selamat memorex.

STOCHASTIC OSCILLATORS




In a strictly mathematical sense, the term stochasticsignifies a process involving a randomly determined sequence of observations, each of which is considered as a sample of one element from a probability distribution. In technical analysis, the term has evolved to signify an indicator that compares the current close with the highest high and the lowest low over a predetermined number of days.

The stochastic oscillator was developed by George C. Lane in the late 1950s. It is used most commonly to identify overbought and oversold conditions, as well as divergence between the oscillator and the price. The original stochastic plot consisted of two lines. The curve with higher peaks and lower valleys is referred to as %K, and the other (more smoothed) line is called %D (Figure 5-4).

The stochastic oscillator compares where a security’s price closed relative to its price range over a given time period.


where

C current close
H highest high over given period of time
L lowest low over same period of time The full stochastic oscillator has four variables:

 1. %K periods. This is the number of time periods used in the stochastic calculation.

2. %K slowing periods. This value controls the internal smoothing of %K. A value of 1 is considered a fast stochastic; a value of 3 is considered a slow stochastic.

 3. %D periods. This is the number of time periods used when calculating a moving average of %K. The moving average is called %D and usually is displayed as a dotted line on top of %K.

 4. %D method. The smoothing method (i.e., exponential, simple, time series, triangular, variable, or weighted) that is used to calculate %D.

 To calculate a 10-day %K, first find the security’s highest high and lowest low over the last 10 days. As an example, let’s assume that during the last 10 days the highest high was 46, and the lowest low was 38, a range of 8 points. If today’s closing price was 41, %K would be calculated as:

                                            100 * (41 38)/(46 38) = 37.5%

The 37.5 percent in this example shows that today’s close was at the level of 37.5 percent relative to the security’s trading range over the last 10 days. If today’s close was 42, the stochastic oscillator would be 50 percent. This would mean that the security closed today at 50 percent, or the midpoint, of its 10-day trading range.

This example used a %Kslowing period of one day (no slowing). If you use a value greater than one, you average the highest high and the lowest low over the number of %Kslowing periods before performing the division.

A moving average of %K then is calculated using the number of time periods specified in the %D periods. This moving average is called %D.

The stochastic oscillator always ranges between 0 and 100 percent. A reading of 0 percent shows that the security’s close was the owest price that the security has traded during the preceding x time periods. A reading of 100 percent shows that the security’s close was the highest price that the security has traded during the preceding x time periods.

Popular interpretations of the stochastic oscillator include


• Buy when the oscillator (either %Kor %D) falls below a specific level (e.g., 20) and then rises above that level. Sell when the oscillator rises above a specific level (e.g., 80) and then falls below that level.

 • Buy when the %K line rises above the %D line, and sell when the %K line falls below the %D line.
Look for divergences, for example, where prices are making a series of new highs and the stochastic oscillator is failing to surpass its previous highs. Ways to use the stochastic oscillator as a confirming signal generator include

• A buy is indicated when the %K or %D falls below a specified level (typically 30) and then rises above that level. A sell is indicated when the line rises above a specified level (typically 70) and then goes below that level.

 • A buy is indicated when the %K line rises above the %D line. A sell is indicated when the %K line falls below the %D line.


When prices are making new highs and the stochastic does not exceed its previous highs, a divergence occurs, often indicating a change in the current trend. The buy/sell signals are triggered when the %K line crosses the %D line after the %D line has changed direction. At the bottom, the buy signal is generated. At the top, the sell signal is generated.







RELATIVE STRENGTH INDEX




The relative strength index (RSI) was introduced by J. Welles Wilder in the June 1978 issue of Commodities (now known as



Futures) magazine and later in his book, New Concepts in Technical Trading (Trend Research, 1978). The index is designed to follow the momentum of price as an oscillator that ranges between 0 and 100. The index tracks recent price to itself and therefore is a measure of velocity. 

RSI is a front-weighted momentum indicator that measures a commodity’s price relative to its past performance, and therefore, it gives a better velocity reading than other indicators. RSI is less affected by sharp rises or drops in a commodity’s price performance. Thus it filters out some of the white noise in a security’s trading activity (Figure 5-3).

 The RSI formula is as follows:

RSI / U/D = − − 100 100 1 [ ( )]


where U average of up closes
           D average of down closes


For a nine-day RSI calculation, the following steps are involved: 

1. Add the closing values for the up days, and divide this total by 9.

 2. Add the closing values for the down days, and divide this total by 9. 

3. Divide the up-day average by the down-day average. Store this as the RS factor in the formula. 

4. Add 1 to the RS factor.

 5. Divide 100 by the number arrived at in step 4. 

6. Subtract the number arrived at in step 5 from 100. 

Repeat steps 1 through 6 for day number 10. Drop day number 1 from the calculation. 

Wilder originally proposed a 14-day RSI and later a 9- and a 25day period. In modern times, this index can be optimized by a brute-force software program. 

RSI values range from 1 to 100. Traditionally, buy signals are triggered at 30, and sell signals are triggered at 70. However, many analysts are now using 20 for buy signals and 80 for sell signals. RSI lends itself to support and resistance studies such as trend-line penetration and price patterns. Overbought and oversold conditions are suppose to be an asset in interpreting the RSI, but as you can see, overbought and oversold conditions do poorly in a strong trending environment. 

The RSI shows whether a currency is overbought or oversold. Overbought indicates an upward market trend because the financial operators are buying a currency in the hope of further rate increases. Sooner or later, saturation will occur because the financial operators have already created a long position. They show restraint inmaking additional purchases and try to make a profit. The profits made can very quickly lead to a change in the trend or at least a consolidation. 

Oversold indicates that the market is showing downward trend conditions because the operators are selling a currency in the hope of further rate falls. Over time, saturation will occur because the financial operators have created short positions. They then limit their sales and try to compensate for the short positions with profits. This can rapidly lead to a change in the trend.






MOVING AVERAGES




Moving averages (MAs) are an important instrument used to study trends and generate market entry and exit signals. An MA is the arithmetic mean of the closing prices over a given period. The longer the period studied, the weaker is the magnitude of the moving-average curve. The number of closes in the given period is called the moving-average index. Market signals are generated by calculating the residual-difference value:




 Residual close MA =− ( ) ( ) xx





In the chart shown in Figure 5-1, the curve with higher peaks and lower valleys is the daily close, whereas the smoother curve is a five-day moving average of the closes. In the chart shown in Figure 5-2, called a moving-average convergence/divergence (MACD) histogram, the following signals are triggered:


1. When the residual difference rises above zero, a buy signal is generated.

2. When the residual difference falls below zero, a sell signal is generated.

 A significant refinement to this residual-difference method, called moving-average convergence/divergence(MACD), involves the use of two moving averages. When the MA with the shorter MA index, called the oscillating MA index, crosses above the MA with the longer MA index, called the basis MA index, a sell signal is generated.


MACD residual basisMA( ) oscillatingMA( ) = xx




The reliability of the MACD method depends ultimately on the MA indices chosen. These two indices can be optimized by a computer program that performs a brute-force search for the most profitable parameters on the most recent daily closes. However, as market conditions change in the underlying time series, the indices must be adjusted accordingly.

 It should be noted that some traders prefer to use exponentially smoothed moving averages rather than arithmetically smoothed moving averages, although this is usually a subjective decision on the part of the investor. In addition, we note that the MACD method is credited to Gerald Appel in the early 1960s in his book, Technical Analysis: Power Tools for Active Investors (Prentice-Hall, 1961).




Kata Hikmah



                                       


Biasanya dalam kata kata bijak singkat akan terdiri dari beberapa kata yang memang sangat minimalis. Namun meskipun jumlah kata yang terbatas tentunya memiliki sebuah makna yang mendalam yang terkandung di dalamnya.
Hal ini yang menjadikan kata kata ini menjadi sangat di gemari untuk dibaca oleh beberapa kalangan dan juga di resapi makna yang terkandung di dalamnya,. Berikut contoh kata bijak yang sering di ungkapkan sebagian orang:
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Jadikanlah dirimu sebagai lautan yang luas, apapun kejadian itu harus di terima dengan tawakal & dengan iman yang tebal.
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Sahabat yang sejati menaruh kasih setiap waktu, dan menjadi saudara dalam kesukaran.
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Jangan melupakan pengalaman2 , itu dapat menjadi penuntun di kemudian hari.
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Di dalam percintaan hanya permulaan yang menarik, itulah sebab banyak orang yang sering memulai kembali.
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Hati-hatilah dengan berjanji karena hal itu akan menjadi ukuran sampai di mana keluhuran budimu.
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Senyuman di setiap hariku bukan karena hidupku sempurna tapi karena aku bersyukur untuk setiap rahmat yang diberi tuhan di
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Kalau kehormatan menjadi pakaianmu, maka ia akan tahan seumur hidup, tetapi kalu pakaianmu itu menjadi kehormatanmu maka ia akan robek dengan cepat.
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Bersabarlah dalam segala hal, tapi yang terpenting adalah bersabar dengan emosi yang ada di dalam dirimu sendiri.
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Kata bijak ini yang sering di naungkan oleh beberapa orang sebagai sebuah tanda bahwa dirinya bisa menyesuaikan dengan keadaan dan bisa memberi sebuah semangat bagi orang lain.
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Meski seribu orang memilih untuk mencemooh dan meremehkan aku.maka aku jadikan cemooh mereka menjadi penyemangat
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Aku mengerti bagaimana caranya menjadi hebat,dengan cara memfokus diri pada hal yang benar-benar aku mengerti.
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Ini lah yang akau mau,Aku mampu,Aku mengerti,Aku hanya berjuang bersabar dan berdoa,Dan aku tidak butuh pujian untuk semua ini.

HIDUP BIAR BERMANFAAT UNTUK ORANG LAIN










Apa tujuan kita hidup di dunia ni? Kita hidup di dunia ni untuk bersenang-senang dan menyenangkan orang lain. Hidup kita di dunia akan bermakna bila diri kita ni bermanfaat untuk orang lain, betul ke betul?
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Kalau kita ni hidup sekadar hidup, babi dihutan juga hidup dan kalau kerja sekadar kerja, kera juga bekerja. Jangan samakan diri kita ni dengan binatang yang tidak mempunyai akal fikiran.
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Maksudnya, kalau hidup kita ni hanya untuk makan dan tidur binatang pun boleh buat macam tu, sama juga dengan kerja. Kalau kita sekadar bekerja tapi tiada arah tuju dan tiada target dan impian dalam hidup, untuk apa kita dicipta didunia ini?
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Hidup kita ni paling penting bahagiakan IBU dan keluarga kita supaya hidup kita ni mendapat keberkatan. Tapi kalau dalam dompet pun duit macam tak ramai macam mana nak bahagiakan orang lain sedangkan diri sendiri pun tersiksa.
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So sama juga dengan kita sebagai seorang trader, kalau kita ni trade asyik melingkup je sampai bila nak bahagiakan orang lain, sampai bila nak ada dekat takuk yang sama. Upgrade ilmu kita In Shaa Allah, tahap kewangan kita juga akan automatik upgrade.

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Trade di viewer akaun WW30'19





Terdapat 2 entry yang melalui over limit dan menunggu market stable untuk ianya menyambungi track.



Kemahiran layer diguna pakai ketika ini untuk mengimbangi akaun. Insya Allah berjaya.

Selamat memorex

Pattern type




IDENTIFYING PRICE FORMATIONS

Proper identification of an ongoing trend can be a tremendous asset to a trader. However, the trader also must learn to recognize recurring chart patterns that disrupt the continuity of trend lines. Broadly speaking, thesechart patterns can be categorized as reversal patterns and continuation patterns.


REVERSAL PATTERNS

 Reversal patterns are important because they inform the trader that a market entry point is unfolding or that it may be time to liquidate an open position. Figures 3-1 through 3-4 display the most common reversal patterns.


CONTINUATION PATTERNS
A continuation pattern implies that while a visible trend was in progress, it was interrupted temporarily and then continued in the direction of the original trend


















Recognition Pattern




Probably the most successful and most used means of making decisions and analyzing Forex markets is technical analysis. Thedifference between technical analysis and fundamental analysis is that technical analysis is applied only to the price action of the market. While fundamental data often can provide only a long-term forecast of exchange-rate movements, technical analysis has become the primary tool to analyze and trade short-term price movements successfully, as well as to set profit targets and stop-loss safeguards, because of its ability to generate price-specific information and forecasts.

Technical analysts are by nature chart mongers. The more charts there are, the better is the forecast. Historically, technical analysis in the futures markets has focused on the six price fields available during any given period of time: open, high, low, close, volume, and open interest. Since the Forex market has no central exchange, it is very difficult to estimate the latter two fields, volume and open interest. In this section, therefore, we will limit our analysis to the first four price fields.

In this section, the technical analysis methods have been categorized not only be the underlying techniques used but also by the type of output that each category generates. We will begin this summary with pattern recognition, probably the most popular and easiest to use technique within the technical analysis family. This method involves scanning a raw open-high-low-close (OHLC) chart (such as a vertical bar chart or a candlestick chart) from left to right searching for identifiable price formations. 

Technical analysis consists primarily of a variety of technical studies, each of which can be interpreted to predict market direction or to generate buy and sell signals. Many technical studies share one common important tool: a price-time chart that emphasizes selected characteristics in the price motion of the underlying security. One great advantage of technical analysis is its “visualness.”



FUTURES CONTRACTS



A futures contract is an agreement between two parties: a short position, the party who agrees to deliver a commodity, and a long position, the party who agrees to receive a commodity. For example, a grain farmer would be the holder of the short position (agreeing to sell the grain), whereas the bakery would be the holder of the long position (agreeing to buy the grain). In every futures contract, everything is specified precisely: the quantity and quality of the underlying commodity, the specific price per unit, and the date and method of delivery.

The price of a futures contract is represented by the agreed-on price of the underlying commodity or financial instrument that will be delivered in the future. For example, in the preceding scenario, the price of the contract is 5,000 bushels of grain at a price of $4 per bushel, and the delivery date may be the third Wednesday in September of the current year. The Forex market is essentially a cash or spot market in which over 90 percent of the trades are liquidated within 48 hours.

 Currency trades held longer than this normally are routed through an authorized commodity futures exchange such as the International Monetary Market (IMM). IMM was founded in 1972 and is a division of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) that specializes in currency futures, interest-rate futures, and stock index futures, as well as options on futures. Clearinghouses (the futures exchange) and introducing brokers are subject to more stringent regulations from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC), and National Futures Association (NFA) than the Forex spot market (see www.cme.com for more details).

It also should be noted that Forex traders are charged only a single transaction cost per trade, which is simply the difference between the current bid and ask prices. Currency futures traders are charged a round-turn commission that varies from brokerage house to brokerage house. In addition, margin requirements for futures contracts usually are slightly higher than the requirements for the Forex spot market.





ASK PRICE ,BID/ASK SPREAD,FORWARDS AND SWAPS





ASK PRICE

This ask is the price at which the market is prepared to sell a specific currency pair in the Forex market. At this price, the trader can buy the base currency. The ask price is shown on the right side of the quotation. For example, in the quote USD/CHF 1.4527/32, the ask price is 1.4532, meaning that you can buy one U.S. dollar for 1.4532 Swiss francs. The ask price is also called the offer price.


BID/ASK SPREAD

 The difference between the bid price and ask price is called the spread.Thebig-figure quoteis a dealer expression referring to the first few digits of an exchange rate. These digits often are omitted in dealer quotes. For example, a USD/JPY rate might be 117.30/117.35 but would be quoted verbally without the first three digits as 30/35. The critical characteristic of the bid/ask spread is that it is also the transaction cost for a round-turn trade. Round turn means both a buy (or sell) trade and an offsetting sell (or buy) trade of the same size in the same currency pair. In the case of the EUR/USD rate above, the transaction cost is 3 pips (Figure 1-2).


FORWARDS AND SWAPS

Outright forwards are structurally similar to spot transactions in that once the exchange rate for a forward deal has been agreed, the confirmation and settlement procedures are the same as in the cash market. Forwards are spot transactions that have been held over 48 hours but less than 180 days when they mature and are liquidated at the prevailing spot price.



Forex swaps are transactions involving the exchange of two currency amounts on a specific date and a reverse exchange of the same amounts at a later date. Their purpose is to manage liquidity and currency risk by executing foreign exchange transactions at the most appropriate moment. 

Effectively, the underlying amount is borrowed and lent simultaneously in two currencies, for example, by selling U.S. dollars for the Euro for spot value and agreeing to reverse the deal at a later date. 

Since currency risk is replaced by credit risk, such transactions are different conceptually from Forex spot transactions. 

They are, however, closely linked because Forex swaps often are initiated to move the delivery date of a foreign currency originating from spot or outright forward transactions to a more optimal moment in time. By keeping maturities to less than a week and renewing swaps continuously, market participants maximize their flexibility in reacting to market events. For this reason, swaps tend to have shorter maturities than outright forwards. Swaps with maturities of up to one week account for 71 percent of deals, compared with 53 percent for outright forwards. For additional information, see www.aforextrust.com/spot-forex-forex-forwards-forex-swaps.htm.






QUOTE CURRENCY





QUOTE CURRENCY
Thequote currencyis the second currency in any currency pair. This is frequently called the pip currency, and any unrealized profit or loss is expressed in this currency.



PIPS AND TICKS
A pip is the smallest unit of price for any foreign currency. Nearly all currency pairs consist of five significant digits, and most pairs have the decimal point immediately after the first digit; that is, EUR/USD equals 1.2812. In this instance, a single pip equals the smallest change in the fourth decimal place, that is, 0.0001. Therefore, if the quote currency in any pair is USD, then one pip always equals 1/100 of a cent. One notable exception is the USD/JPY pair, where a pip equals US$0.01 (one U.S. dollar equals approximately 107.19 Japanese yen). Pips sometimes are called points. Just as a pip is the smallest price movement (the y axis), a tick is the smallest interval of time along the x axis that occurs between




two trades. (Occasionally, the term tick is also used as a synonym for pip.) When trading the most active currency pairs (such as EUR/USD and USD/JPY) during peak trading periods, multiple ticks may (and will) occur within the span of one second. When trading a low-activity minor cross-pair (such as the Mexican peso and the Singapore dollar), a tick may occur only once every two or three hours (Figure 1-1). Ticks, therefore, do not occur at uniform intervals of time. Fortunately, most historical data vendors will group sequences of streaming data and calculate the open, high, low, and close over regular time intervals (1, 5, and 30 minutes, 1 hour, daily, and soforth).



BID PRICE
The bid is the price at which the market is prepared to buy a specific currency pair in the Forex market. At this price, the trader can sell the base currency. The bid price is shown on the left side of the quotation. For example, in the quote USD/CHF 1.4527/32, the bid price is 1.4527, meaning that you can sell one U.S. dollar for 1.4527 Swiss francs.





Spot currency




Foreign exchange is the simultaneous buying of one currency and selling of another. Currencies are traded through a broker or dealer and are executed in pairs, for example, the Euro and the U.S. dollar (EUR/USD) or the British pound and the Japanese yen (GBP/JPY).


The foreign exchange market (Forex) is the largest financial market in the world, with a volume of over $2 trillion daily. This is more than three times the total amount of the stocks, options, and futures markets combined.

Unlike other financial markets, the Forex spot market has no physical location, nor a central exchange. It operates through an electronic network of banks, corporations, and individuals trading one currency for another.

The lack of a physical exchange enables the Forex to operate on a 24-hour basis, spanning from one time zone to another across the major financial centers. This fact has a number of ramifications that we will discuss throughout this book.

 A spot market is any market that deals in the current price of a financial instrument. Futures markets, such as the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), offer commodity contracts whose delivery date may span several months into the future. Settlement of Forex spot transactions usually occurs within two business days.


CURRENCY PAIR
 Every Forex trade involves the simultaneous buying of one currency and the selling of another currency. These two currencies are always referred to as the currency pair in a trade.


BASE CURRENCY
The base currency is the first currency in any currency pair. It shows how much the base currency is worth, as measured against the second currency. For example, if the USD/CHF rate is 1.6215, then one U.S. dollar is worth 1.6215 Swiss francs. In the Forex markets, the U.S. dollar normally is considered the base currency for quotes, meaning that quotes are expressed as a unit of US$1 per the other currency quoted in the pair. The primary exceptions to this rule are the British pound, the Euro, and the Australian dollar.




SahVCS di layer maximum




Entry 29 July masih belum dapat close dengan cantik namun iannya menanti waktu pada bila-bila masa untuk menuju TP dan ada sesetengah TP sudah dipersiapkan dengan TP maksimum.






👉 Maksimum entry dikekalkan pada 5 termasuk layer iaitu 2 layer dan 3 entry asal.

👉 Pengambilan target harian semalam juga telah dilakukan dengan jayanya.

👉 Selebihnya kita akan dapatkaan pada hari ini di anggaran trade santai H4 untuk 1.5 hari ke 2 hari anggaran.

👉 Kenaikan maksimum melepasi VHL telah dikesan dan layer ditambah sepertimana yang dilakukan di graph.

👉 Wajib diambil kira spread pagi jam 6am untuk setiap lot size dan margin bagi mempastikan akaun stable dan tidak terikat dengan penambahan depo.

SahVCS di 3 entry baru 29 July 2019







Salam semua. Minggu baru dengan entry yg baru. Yang lepas saya sudah closedkan.




👉 Target harian hari ni kekal USD5 dan kita hanya akan naikan ke usd8 setelah ianya melepasi modal terkumpul USD50



👉 Kebiasaannya pengiraan untuk pengeluaran semula modal adalah di USD80 dengan menolak modal awal USD30. Tetapi di akaun ini Insya Allah tiada dilakukan WD dan akan terus di growkan sahaja.

⚠️ Kebiasaan yang digunapakai adalah dengan mendapatkan target harian terlebih dahulu dengan manual closed. Manakala setelah melepasi target harian barulah ianya akan di biarkan dengan auto close TP.

Selamat memorex.



SNR adalah ZON, BUKAN NOMBOR GENAP. Biasanya, SNR terjadi di tempat yang dipanggil BIG ROUND NUMBER - BRN (Nombor Bulat Besar) seperti 1.3400, 0.9100, dan 90.00. Ini kerana big-big trader / investor melihat kepada harga-harga di kawasan ini untuk enter position. Jadi, kita pun kena ikut apa yang mereka buat.

Bagaimanakah cara untuk kita mengenalpasti zon-zon SNR ini? Contoh 1:


Kenalpasti pergerakan naik / turun market, dan perhatikan di mana price membuat U-Turn. Labelkan S (Support) atau R (Resistance). Lukiskan garisan melintang (horizontal line) di kawasan puncak / lantai di mana price mula membuat U-Turn.





Perhatikan pergerakan price di sekitar garisan yang telah dilukis. Jika garisan ini menjadi RBS @ SBR, bersiap sedia untuk set PO. Senang kan? Lihatlah hasilnya jika anda menggunakan SNR. Anda dapat Buy @ Sell dengan menggunakan SL yang sedikit, tetapi memberikan potensi profit yang besar!!




Contoh 2: Lihat pada zon Support. Price menembusi zon Support tersebut (BREAKOUT), lalu menjadi SBR. Selepas Beakout, price naik semula (retracement) ke garisan SBR tadi. Kita enter SELL dari sini dan lihatlah hasilnya







Apabila price menyambung pendakiannya dan melepasi titik Resistance sebelum ini (BREAKOUT), RESISTANCE TADI AKAN TERHAPUS DAN BERTUKAR MENJADI SUPPORT. Fenomena ini dinamakan RESISTANCE BECOME SUPPORT @ RBS. Untuk pemahaman yang lebih mudah, sila rujuk rajah di bawah:









Untuk konteks DOWNTREND pun sama sahaja. Apabila dalam Uptrend, price akan menuju ke arah Resistance manakala dalam Downtrend, price akan menuju ke arah Support. Apabila Support telah berjaya dipecahkan (BREAKOUT), maka Support tersebut akan menjadi Resistance pula @ SBR (SUPPORT BECOME RESISTANCE).





INGAT!! Price akan sentiasa mencari garisan SNR ini!! Apabila SNR telah dibocori, KEMUNGKINAN BESAR price akan terus Naik / Turun mencari SNR Level yang seterusnya. Selepas price membocori SNR dan naik / turun dengan drastik, ia akan KEMBALI SEMULA ke garisan RBS (uptrend) @ SBR (downtrend).

SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE




SUPPORT AND RESISTANCE (SNR) adalah konsep klasik yang mudah, tetapi SANGAT-SANGAT BERKUASA!! Tanpa bantuan petunjuk yang lain pun, SNR sahaja sudah memadai untuk memberikan anda profit yang lumayan.







SUPPORT bolehlah diibaratkan seperti “LANTAI”, manakala RESISTANCE = “SILING”. Ketika dalam UPTREND, price akan mendaki hingga sampai ke puncak. Setelah sampai di puncak, price akan turun untuk seketika. Peringkat ini dinamakan RETRACEMENT, iaitu price akan turun sekejap sebelum menyambung pendakiannya. Puncak TERTINGGI yang dicapai sebelum retracement itulah yang dinamakan “RESISTANCE” @ “Siling”. Titik di mana price mula membuat U-TURN untuk menyambung pendakiannya pula dinamakan Support.


Jika anda perhatikan betul-betul, titik SNR inilah yang anda labelkan HH, HL, LH dan LL di dalam ASAS #1 – TREND PASARAN. Perasan tak?







Trend Pasaran




UPTREND = Cari Peluang BUY sahaja

 Uptrend @ UT adalah “siri KENAIKAN harga yang mencipta High dan Low yang LEBIH TINGGI daripada sebelumnya”. High yang lebih tinggi dilabel sebagai HH (Higher High), manakala Low yang lebih tinggi dilabel sebagai HL (Higher Low). Sila rujuk gambarajah di bawah untuk pemahaman yang lebih jelas.



DOWNTREND = Cari Peluang SELL sahaja


  Definisi bagi Downtrend @ DT pula ialah terbalik daripada Uptrend, iaitu “siri PENURUNAN harga yang mencipta High dan Low yang LEBIH RENDAH daripada sebelumnya”. Ia dilabel dengan LH (Lower High) dan LL (Lower Low). 




SIDEWAYS TREND = Tunggu Retracement Selepas Breakout

 Sideways Trend (SW) pula terjadi apabila price bergerak turun dan naik dalam julat yang kecil (kurang daripada 30 pips). JANGAN ENTER POST KETIKA SW kerana tidak banyak profit yang boleh diperoleh dalam pergerakan sebegini.  Apabila price berada dalam SW, ia menandakan BREAKOUT akan berlaku, iaitu pergerakan drastik yang keluar daripada zon SW sebelumnya. Lebih lama price dalam SW, lebih besarlah breakout yang bakal berlaku! Lihat contoh SW breakout di bawah.

Best time to rely on reversal patterns









Reversal patterns show extreme accuracy when they are spotted after a sharp rally or decline (of between 5 and 15 cycles). In other words, candlestick reversal patterns are best applied for spotting  V or Spike Tops or Bottoms (see following diagram).





This pattern usually occurs after a runaway bull trend. The turnaround is usually accompanied a reversal pattern—in this example, a Bearish Engulfing pattern. Volume is heavy on the reversal day or the day prior to the reversal day.


SahVCS di penyambungan minggu GJ dan AJ


Setelah berlalu penutupan server mingguan apa yang perlu dilakukan adalah;

👉 Tandakan vertical line di M1 untuk pairs yang masih aktif.




👉 lihat trend H4 adakah ianya masih didalam trend atau tidak.

🍎 Jika berlaku GAP diwaktu pembukaan server dengan kedudukan CS berlawanan arah bermaksud GAP akan ditutup.

🍎🍎 GAP adalah wajib mengikut arah tutupannya mengikut trend H4.

👉 Jangan membuat entry baru sekitar jam 5am sehingga 7am. Sebaiknya entry baru hanya dilalukan selepas jam 10am harian.

👉 Cara yang terbaik mengambil GAP adalah dengan TP asal dan membuat penambahan  layer  mengikut trend.

👉 Tidak berapa elok sebenarnya untuk mengambil GAP dengan entry di waktu bukaan server jam 5am atau 6am Isnin pagi.

👉 Lihat kedudukan trend dan DOT SAR. Lakukan draft graph untuk tempoh sehingga jam 2pm ( sekitar waktu market open ).

👉 Kaji TP sementara sekiranya ianya masih valid atau perlu diubah.

👉 TP sahih tidak perlu diusik atau ditukar nilaian. Ianya akan dicapai.

👉 Bagi yang bertanyakan soalan mengenai STOP LOST ini saya akan sertakan jawapannya dibawah.

🍎 SahVCS sememangnya tidak mengamalkan STOP LOST didalam  kaedah tradenya. Ini kerana ianya telah diguide dan di protectkan didalam setting trendnya dan ketiadaan kebergantungan untuk mengunakan SL.

Selamat memorex.

Reversal Patterns






In charting, pattern groups are divided into two major categories: reversal and continuation patterns. Reversal patterns tell us that a trend reversal is taking place, be it short or long term. Continuation patterns, on the other hand, tell us that the market is only resting momentarily due to an overbought or oversold situation, after which the prior trend will resume.



The job of an analyst or trader is therefore to distinguish between the two types of patterns as early as possible during their formation and to trade in the direction of the breakout. In Western charting theory, the Head-and-Shoulders Top and Bottom, Double Tops and Bottoms, Triple Tops and Bottoms, Saucers, Spike or V Tops and Bottoms, Wedges, Broadening, and Diamond Formations are examples of the eight most common types of reversal patterns.


 Japanese charting theory also recognizes the existence of reversal and continuation patterns, although they are called by different names. In Chapter 9 on Sakata’s Five Methods, you will see that the Japanese have also identified some of these Western reversal patterns.

But where the Japanese and Western theories differ is in the number of patterns and names given to them. Further, Japanese theory has more short-term patterns in identifying market reversals when compared to Western theory. For example, Western charting theory has basically three short-term reversal  patterns—the key reversal day, two-day key reversal, and inside day.

But Japanese charting theory has more than 50 reversal pattern types, with at least 8 of them found frequently in all financial markets.

A technical indicator ,A chart pattern,Trend reversal




A technical indicator


is considered to be the inseparable part of technical analysis. Technical indicators are tools used by traders and investors for forecasting future market movements; it is done by analyzing the moves of the price trends in the past. There is a great variety of technical indicators, like indicators by Bill Williams, Oscillators, Trend and Volume indicators, and traders are free to study and use the one which is the best for them.



A chart pattern

 is another important and inseparable part of technical analysis. Chart patterns are intended to predict the market trends. The proper usage of chart patterns helps traders and investors to decide when is the right time for them to enter and exit a particular trade. With the help of chart patterns it has already become possible to forecast whether the price is going to continue its direction or reverse. Accordingly, there are two types of chart patterns: Trend continuation patterns and Trend Reversal Patterns.


Trend continuation patterns are formed during a pause in the trend, and they are quite easily recognized on the charts. Continuation patterns are usually shorter in their duration than the reversal patterns, and in contrast to reversal patterns, continuation patterns indicate trend consolidations, and continuations and not trend reversals. Continuation patterns include the following formations:

 1. Ascending Triangle

2. Descending Triangle

 3. Symmetric Triangle

4. Bullish Rectangle

5. Rectangle (Bearish)

6. Forex Flag

 7. Pennant

8. Wedge


Trend reversal patterns indicate the end of a previous trend and show that the market is ready to begin a new trend. The most well-known reversal patterns are the following:

 1. Head and Shoulders

 2. Inverse Head and Shoulders

 3. Double Top

 4. Double Bottom

5. Triple Top

6. Triple Bottom

 7. Forex Diamond




6. A Trend Is Assumed to Be Continuous Until Definite Signals of Its Reversal


Dow believed that trends kept on existing regardless of the influencing factors known as “market noise.” Markets might move in the direction opposite the trends for a short time, but they will soon return to prior move. According to the physical low of motion, an object in motion remains in the same direction until an external force causes it to change the direction. Dow in his turn believed that if the trend lasted longer, the probability of its change would be greater and, of course, there are reversal signals to look for.

Technical Analysis is based on the following 3 principles:


• Price Discounts Everything According to technical analysts, price reflects everything that can affect the market. Factors, affecting the market, are economic, political, psychological and fundamental. Technical analysis is mainly concerned with the price movements going up or going down, and it does not take into consideration the factors that affect the price changes.


 • Prices Move In Trends In technical analysis it is accepted to say that price movements follow the trend. That is to say after the trend has been established it is more likely that the future price movement will be in the same direction as the trend.


• History Repeats Itself History tends to repeat itself mostly in terms of price movements. Technical analysis uses chart patterns for analyzing the historical data of price movements for forecasting the future movements. The repetition of the price movements is closely connected to market psychology, and the market participants are expected to react the same way to the similar events which are likely to occur in future.



3. Major Trends Have Three Phases


Dow states that there are three phases to every primary (major) trend, which is the most important trend to be paid attention to.

• Accumulation phase – the first stage of informed investors to start entering the market with the belief that turning point is inevitable.

• Public participation phase – in this phase prices start rising rapidly and economic news improves becoming more optimistic.

• Distribution phase – this phase takes place when economic conditions and news reach their peaks. Many investors become more encouraged and public participation increases, as media keeps on publishing bullish stories.


4. The Averages Must Confirm Each Other

Dow stated that for having a valid change of trend, the Industrial and Rail Averages must confirm each other. Both averages must exceed the previous peak to confirm the inception or continuation of a bull market. According to Dow, the signals did not have to occur simultaneously, but he believed that a shorter length of time between the two signals provided stronger confirmation.

5. Volume Must Confirm the Trend


 Dow paid much attention to price action, because he considered the main signals for buying and selling to be based on price movements. Dow recognized volume as a secondary indicator, which played an important role in confirming price signals. In other words, the volume should expand in the direction of the primary/ major trend.



1. The Averages Discount Everything

 Every single factor, information that is likely to have influence on both demand and supply is reflected in the market price. For example, presidential elections in the United States or introduction of a new product, etc.


 2. The Market Has Three Trends


 Dow has considered a trend to have three parts: primary, secondary and minor.

• The Primary trend (compared to the tides) is the largest trend, which lasts for more than a year. When there is a wave of rising prices, we have a rising (bull) market, when prices are declining we have a falling (bear) market. So, the Primary trend can be either rising (bullish) or falling (bearish).

 • The Secondary trend (compared to the waves in the tide) is an intermediate trend. This trend represents corrections in the primary trend, which lasts from three weeks to three months, retracing from one-third to two-thirds of the previous trend movement.

• The Minor trend (compared to the ripples) is considered a short-term movement, and it usually lasts less than three weeks. This trend is associated with the movements in the secondary trend.

The Dow Theory in Technical Analysis





 Later on, in 19th century, technical analysis became popular in America. Charles Dow is the father of the modern technical analysis in the West. He developed a theory, later called Dow Theory, which expresses his ideas on price actions in the stock market. Charles Dow was also one of the founders of Dow Jones and Company, as well as the first editor of Wall Street Journal, where he published his ideas on the behavior of the stock market.


 Dow Theory served as an initial basis for further development of technical analysis, and nowadays it still plays an important role in the financial world.

 Dow never managed to publish the complete theory on the market, and due to this, after Dow’s death (1902) several followers William Peter Hamilton, Robert Rhea and E. George Schaefe collectively represented his theory, based on his reviews.

The Dow Theory is made up of six tenets, and all traders who decide to use technical analysis should know these 6 principles, as they will help them to better understand how the markets work.

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