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What is the equivalent of a 2000 tick chart in forex?

I trade futures using a 2000 tick chart. Are there any softwares out there that allow you to trade forex using tick charts? Also, what would be the best and closest time chart for scalping forex? The 5 min chart? Looking for something where the price action is almost similar to the 2000 tick chart.
Thanks!
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Tick charts platform for trading crypto

Hi traders,
I am looking for a "tick chart platform" to trade on crypto. Does anybody use tick charts? Yes, wish one. No, why not?
If it's good data I want to pay for it so it doesn't need to be for free 😉
(Sorry for my bad English)
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#shorts #binomo #forex #binance #gateio #btc #kriptopara #coin #shibainu #trader #trading

#shorts #binomo #forex #binance #gateio #btc #kriptopara #coin #shibainu #trader #trading submitted by crytoloover to coinmarketbag [link] [comments]

Just Another price “glitch” AMC hits up to 142K on FINRA tick chart .

Just Another price “glitch” AMC hits up to 142K on FINRA tick chart .
Nothing to see here , just one of many price glitches 😂. It hit 13k at 12:48 and kept going up to 142k at 3:38 . 🤔
Two other fellow “meme stonks” also glitched if you curious here’s original.
https://www.reddit.com/Superstonk/comments/xptb9a/so_uh_13m_per_share_yeah_i_just_had_that_again/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf
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The following woman still uses the same WhatsAPP ID to lure person falling into the MT5 forex scam. Be careful. Do not trust any broker using MT5 platform because MT5 platform allows broker to manipulate chart and trading.

The following woman still uses the same WhatsAPP ID to lure person falling into the MT5 forex scam. Be careful. Do not trust any broker using MT5 platform because MT5 platform allows broker to manipulate chart and trading. submitted by No-Start8639 to ForexScams [link] [comments]

Is it necessary to follow a particular strategy(or make one) in forex trading? Cant we just make some good gains with support resistances, Chart patterns, Candlestick patterns and fundamentals?

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The secret to forex trading is to keep a steady hand. Creat the smartest charting platform with relevant information at your fingertips, so you can make smarter trades.

The secret to forex trading is to keep a steady hand. Creat the smartest charting platform with relevant information at your fingertips, so you can make smarter trades. submitted by Perci_Rawr to OlympTradeMalaysia [link] [comments]

Tick Data on IBKR or a better platform?

My strategy is based off of swing highs/lows and works best on tick charts since price action is cleaner on ticks rather than time data.
I'm able to stream tick by tick data on IBKR but back testing or parsing the data into an OHLC table by # of ticks seems like a headache vs simply requesting Historical time period data
Anyone have experience parsing IBKR ticks into historical data/candlesticks? Or should I look into something like QuantConnect and ditch everything I've learned about IBAPI?
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Dorito on the 1M Chart: a 2 year bull pennant to Uranus. Tick Tock…

Dorito on the 1M Chart: a 2 year bull pennant to Uranus. Tick Tock… submitted by MeatStepLively to Superstonk [link] [comments]

How to Trade a Choppy Market - Tick Charts

How to Trade a Choppy Market - Tick Charts
Here is an example of a type of trade I take during choppy markets like today. This isn't the only trade I took today, but it is a good case study for how tick charts can be helpful, and all my trades followed this same general idea.
/ES Charts (5m on bottom left, 1000tick is main chart)
As everybody was probably well aware by now, today was a chopfest. Skipping about how we could probably tell it was going to be chopfest (aside from always assuming there will be chop until proven otherwise), I would like to explore how using a tick chart over a minutes based chart can be helpful when scalping for quick hits.
First of all, I want to state that I am a price action & S/R level trader. No indicators or MAs or DOMs or Level II or anything. I used to use volume profile too but have recently even let that go, and the way I have the chart (aside from all the markups) is how my chart looks when I trade. Just horizontal S/R levels and up/downtrend lines all derived from the weekly or daily charts.
As you can see, on the 5m chart, my trade occurred all within one medium sized green candle. But within that 1 candle, I executed a whole entire plan, and captured 3.5 pts on 2 /ES contracts.
The second the bullish hammer finished printing on the on the 5m chart, I went long, considering there would be at least a small bounce off of a minor intraday trend line once I saw the bullish hammer forming. My initial stop would be just below the body of the matching red bullish hammer on the 1000tick chart, and also just below the bottom of the wick on the most previous candle on the tick chart. Keepin' it tight is how I like to operate. Minimal drawbacks are necessary for me since I trade for a prop firm normally.
Almost immediately, the price broke above the downtrend shown in green on the tick chart that had just been recently respected, so I immediately added another contract knowing that there was at least a little more breakthrough to happen. Also, I moved my stop up again to just under the candle previous to one I added the 2nd contract on.
I ignored the first red candle on the tick chart after I added the second contract because it never broke back below the 1/2way point of the bigger green candle that I entered on.
Then I got a couple quick points move in my favor on the next candle on the tick chart. I told my self I'd let that candle play out, since we are breaking out a bit here (but reminded myself that I wasn't expecting a lot of upside here, considering the intraday downtrend line (shown on the 5m chart on the bottom left), so I resigned to take profits at the end of the first red tick candle now. No need to move stops, since I was ready to pull profit trigger.
This trade ended up as a 3.5 point winner (or $350 since I was using 2 contracts of ES). I usually take up to 5 of these a day on a choppy day, and aim to make at least $500 a day. I haven't had a red day in a long time, and only pay attention to the market for maybe 10-20 minutes at a time during each trade, and just casually watching the charts throughout the day while I work my 9-5 job.
I want to note another thing about how I manage my risk when it comes to drawbacks. As you can see, I'm a big fan of using S/R levels to plot my entries, and tick charts to make sure I enter as close as possible to those S/R levels so that I can keep my stops as tight as possible. However, another thing I didn't blatantly mention is that I don't add an additional contract until I am at least 1pt up on my position, and when I do, I immediately tighten my stop to maybe within 1 pt of breakeven so that I'm still only risking the same amount if I were to be stopped out. I notice a lot of people who are straight to full positions immediately when they open positions, and I can't tell you how folly that is, especially if you're trying to mitigate as much drawback as possible on your trades. These are high leverage products, so even 1 mismanaged trade could really knock you down a peg or two, or in cases like mine, totally screw your whole account over.
Not selling anything, just keep seeing a lot of posts about people getting chopped up, so I figured I would try to spark some discussion on helpful ideas people can discuss or try to integrate into their own trading.
Here are the other trades I took today on both the 5m chart and the 1000tick charts.

5m Chart of the whole day.

Opening trade after the large green candle about 1hr into the trading day. You can see I used the tick chart to help visualize the small pullbacks as chances for entry, and chances to keep stops tight (initial stop just under previous red bar).

2nd trade of the day, a couple hours later, after breaking above previous compression range, and doing a small pullback and confirming price continuation of the breakout of the range. Took profits when I saw momentum waning once I was already up a few points.
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Is this blue tick thing all because Elon couldn't get properly verified on his own platform? 😂

Is this blue tick thing all because Elon couldn't get properly verified on his own platform? 😂 submitted by Momomomojo to RealTwitterAccounts [link] [comments]

Higher Numbered Tick Charts - 1,000,000t?

Higher Numbered Tick Charts - 1,000,000t?
I’m curious if people utilize higher tick charts such as the 1,000,000 to do analysis?
For example, today we broke the up trend on the daily chart for ES, but yet on the 1,000,000 tick chart, which sort of closely resembles the daily, stayed within the trend and bounced off the trend line.
I know the majority of traders utilize time charts, just curious if anyone does or has heard if it’s at all beneficial for generalized analysis.

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MarkteWatch... "High debts and stagflation have set the stage for the mother of all financial crises." Well, you don't say MarketWatch. Looks like the word is spreading on many platforms. Countries can only hide this sham of a market for so long. More economists are calling out Govs. Tick! Tock!

I could care less what the US Gov keeps presenting us as financial numbers which "seem" to indicate the economy is just fine HOWEVER when we pull back the curtain of financial BS, there are many, many indicators that tell us something is very, very wrong. I thought this article really laid it out quite simply. In a nutshell, all advanced economies are royally FUCKED due to borrowing, free money and NOT willing to raise taxes or cut programs.
WHO NEEDS A BLACK SWAN EVENT WHEN ALL COUNTRIES ARE BARELY ABLE TO KEEP AFLOAT.
Buckle Up Apes!! They simply have no way out of this mess except to keep raising interest rates but that will only make things worse.
https://www.marketwatch.com/story/high-debts-and-stagflation-have-set-the-stage-for-the-mother-of-all-financial-crises-11670004647
Excerpts from the article...
Growing debt load... Just looking at explicit debts, the figures are staggering. Globally, total private- and public-sector debt as a share of gross domestic product rose from 200% in 1999 to 350% in 2021. The ratio is now 420% across advanced economies, and 330% in China.
In the United States, it is 420%, which is higher than during the Great Depression and after World War II.
Insolvent zombies... The explosion of unsustainable debt ratios implied that many borrowers—households, corporations, banks, shadow banks, governments, and even entire countries—were insolvent “zombies” that were being propped up by low interest rates (which kept their debt-servicing costs manageable).
But now, inflation—fed by the same ultraloose fiscal, monetary, and credit policies—has ended this financial Dawn of the Dead. With central banks forced to increase interest rates FF00, in an effort to restore price stability, zombies are experiencing sharp increases in their debt-servicing costs.
For many, this represents a triple whammy, because inflation is also eroding real household income and reducing the value of household assets, such as homes and stocks SPX, -0.12%. The same goes for fragile and overleveraged corporations, financial institutions, and governments: they face sharply rising borrowing costs, falling incomes and revenues, and declining asset values all at the same time.
2008 REDUX... Unlike in the 2008 financial crisis and the early months of COVID-19, simply bailing out private and public agents with loose macro policies would pour more gasoline on the inflationary fire. That means there will be a hard landing—a deep, protracted recession—on top of a severe financial crisis. As asset bubbles burst, debt-servicing ratios spike, and inflation-adjusted incomes fall across households, corporations, and governments, the economic crisis and the financial crash will feed on each other.
To be sure, advanced economies that borrow in their own currency can use a bout of unexpected inflation to reduce the real value of some nominal long-term fixed-rate debt. With governments unwilling to raise taxes or cut spending to reduce their deficits, central-bank deficit monetization will once again be seen as the path of least resistance.
But you cannot fool all of the people all of the time. Once the inflation genie gets out of the bottle—which is what will happen when central banks abandon the fight in the face of the looming economic and financial crash—nominal and real borrowing costs will surge. The mother of all stagflationary debt crises can be postponed, not avoided.
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Hey everyone I’m new to this group can anyone suggest me best platform to trading in forex in Canada

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📰 What Makes My Forex Funds ‘Tick’?

📰 What Makes My Forex Funds ‘Tick’?
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I'm new to Forex but I Just Love Charting, What's your take on my GBPJPY Setup?

I'm new to Forex but I Just Love Charting, What's your take on my GBPJPY Setup? submitted by KingCodjoe to Forex [link] [comments]

Is MT4/5 the only platform to trade forex?

Hey there
Newbie here, and I’m wondering if mt4 is the only good platform to trade forex on?
I kinda hate the pc interface and would like something more of a modern look. Coming from crypto (binance exchange) mt4 is really weird and hard to get a grasp on.
Thanks in advance and Happy trading!
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How to Trade a Choppy Market - Tick Charts

How to Trade a Choppy Market - Tick Charts
Here is an example of a type of trade I take during choppy markets like today. This isn't the only trade I took today, but it is a good case study for how tick charts can be helpful, and all my trades followed this same general idea.

/ES Charts (5m on bottom left, 1000tick is main chart)
As everybody was probably well aware by now, today was a chopfest. Skipping about how we could probably tell it was going to be chopfest (aside from always assuming there will be chop until proven otherwise), I would like to explore how using a tick chart over a minutes based chart can be helpful when scalping for quick hits.
First of all, I want to state that I am a price action & S/R level trader. No indicators or MAs or DOMs or Level II or anything. I used to use volume profile too but have recently even let that go, and the way I have the chart (aside from all the markups) is how my chart looks when I trade. Just horizontal S/R levels and up/downtrend lines all derived from the weekly or daily charts.
As you can see, on the 5m chart, my trade occurred all within one medium sized green candle. But within that 1 candle, I executed a whole entire plan, and captured 3.5 pts on 2 /ES contracts.
The second the bullish hammer finished printing on the on the 5m chart, I went long, considering there would be at least a small bounce off of a minor intraday trend line once I saw the bullish hammer forming. My initial stop would be just below the body of the matching red bullish hammer on the 1000tick chart, and also just below the bottom of the wick on the most previous candle on the tick chart. Keepin' it tight is how I like to operate. Minimal drawbacks are necessary for me since I trade for a prop firm normally.
Almost immediately, the price broke above the downtrend shown in green on the tick chart that had just been recently respected, so I immediately added another contract knowing that there was at least a little more breakthrough to happen. Also, I moved my stop up again to just under the candle previous to one I added the 2nd contract on.
I ignored the first red candle on the tick chart after I added the second contract because it never broke back below the 1/2way point of the bigger green candle that I entered on.
Then I got a couple quick points move in my favor on the next candle on the tick chart. I told my self I'd let that candle play out, since we are breaking out a bit here (but reminded myself that I wasn't expecting a lot of upside here, considering the intraday downtrend line (shown on the 5m chart on the bottom left), so I resigned to take profits at the end of the first red tick candle now. No need to move stops, since I was ready to pull profit trigger.
This trade ended up as a 3.5 point winner (or $350 since I was using 2 contracts of ES). I usually take up to 5 of these a day on a choppy day, and aim to make at least $500 a day. I haven't had a red day in a long time, and only pay attention to the market for maybe 10-20 minutes at a time during each trade, and just casually watching the charts throughout the day while I work my 9-5 job.
I want to note another thing about how I manage my risk when it comes to drawbacks. As you can see, I'm a big fan of using S/R levels to plot my entries, and tick charts to make sure I enter as close as possible to those S/R levels so that I can keep my stops as tight as possible. However, another thing I didn't blatantly mention is that I don't add an additional contract until I am at least 1pt up on my position, and when I do, I immediately tighten my stop to maybe within 1 pt of breakeven so that I'm still only risking the same amount if I were to be stopped out. I notice a lot of people who are straight to full positions immediately when they open positions, and I can't tell you how folly that is, especially if you're trying to mitigate as much drawback as possible on your trades. These are high leverage products, so even 1 mismanaged trade could really knock you down a peg or two, or in cases like mine, totally screw your whole account over.
Not selling anything, just keep seeing a lot of posts about people getting chopped up, so I figured I would try to spark some discussion on helpful ideas people can discuss or try to integrate into their own trading.
Here are the other trades I took today on both the 5m chart and the 1000tick charts.

5m Chart of the whole day.

Opening trade after the large green candle about 1hr into the trading day. You can see I used the tick chart to help visualize the small pullbacks as chances for entry, and chances to keep stops tight (initial stop just under previous red bar).

2nd trade of the day, a couple hours later, after breaking above previous compression range, and doing a small pullback and confirming price continuation of the breakout of the range. Took profits when I saw momentum waning once I was already up a few points.
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Changing platforms for better Forex data? (QC, Tradingview, MetaTrader)

I've been playing around with QC recently and it seems like either I don't know what I'm doing or the data is hard to validate. I'm simply running algo over a short 2 year period and cross checking orders my algo is generating against charts on tradingview and the candle times are just different (diff close time, diff dates etc). It's so hard to get consistent data to validate whether the orders generated are matching the criteria I intended it to use. Is there a way to draw charts in QC similar to tradingview's chart style? I've looked into it and the charting seems quite basic.
Alternatively is it worth learning Pinescript and operating off Tradingview, or MQL4/5 in Metatrader and operating directly off those platforms with the data that the brokers provide?
It'll mean I need to learn how to code in those languages but at least I know the data will be good which gives me confidence to use a small amount of money as opposed to using QC now I have zero confidence in the data being accurate.
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Tick Chart

Can you please get tick charts? How much would the data cost?
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TRADE COMMAND CENTER: Use Tradingview Online Platform to analyze charts and place trades | Forex

TRADE COMMAND CENTER: Use Tradingview Online Platform to analyze charts and place trades | Forex submitted by These-Raccoon to Forex_News_Tao [link] [comments]

I am looking for a Cross-platform To do manager with Calendar view (not TickTick)

Recently I moved from Todoist to TickTick and I realised that scheduling tasks directly on the calendar view boosts my productivity drastically
The problem is that TickTick is quite bad for processig tasks one-by-one on the list view (no keyboard shortcuts for navigation like in Todoist).
I would love to: - be able to schedule tasks directly on calendar view - being able to process tasks one by one on the list view (like Todoist or Any.do) - I work on iOS and Ubuntu (so native app and web interface would be best) - also I need to integrate with Google Calendar
Can you recommend any app that have these options???
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