Unsure how to proceed. Penultimate dept. But by far the largest one. Exchange.
I just can't get my head around the Capex / Opex / resources. ... and importance, So we have 2 X exchange 2010 Which need to be upgraded. We have done 6 others on separate subs fully to the cloud... as transient. But this is a big one.... 9 TB or so in online archives and a further 4 TB spread over a dozen DB's - These guys Live in their inbox.... actually they live in their archive. 5 Servers DAG (Obvs) 3 sites. (well 70 sites but servers are in 3) These girls and boys ARE the company. Our internal infrastructure has had better uptime that O365 and easier access from locations which block stuff, we have onsite and offsite encrypted backups - and well my heart says.. stick with what works. What doesn't work in MY MIND is backing up the mess of Jet databases, Why have it offsite if I can spend a few K and keep going as was. The time to migrate to online is horrendous, then to backup... and it only takes a single MS breach to render everything none-tangible. WWYD ? I can budget for 5 years... including power, Backup costs - What I can't do I can't budget for MS cost increases, forex and... any sort of BC But I am feeling pushed.
(Y): The second zig zag; made of a (5), b (3) and c (5).
(X): the "separating three"; made of w, x and y.
(W): here is where I have the problem. I understand that W is the first zig zag, so it should have the 5-3-5 formation seen in (Y), but I couldn't see it. I count the first five: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; but then I can't see the three and the five, unless the triangle is counted otherwise.
Anyone can help me to see the double zig zag? If the book put the image as example I imagine it will be an easy one, just I can't see it. Thanks in advance.
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How reliable are volume indicators in MT4. I think they are useless for the below reason.
Since forex is not a centralized market, that means we do not have the actual volume showing on our charts, as it is probably sourced from only one exchange. Does that not mean that our volume indicators, like OBV and Accumulation/Distribution are quite useless?
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And that's it. No other indicator. When there are strong OBV divergences I came into the trading and usually I end up green. I have some questions:
Which indicator to use as ''exit'' signal? I usually know when to jump in, but not when it would be tha right moment to exit.
I trade stocks and forex I was thinking to take in consideration the latest price / indicators divergences as a referrement... looking at where did the price end up on a simil divergence price/indicator could lead me to the conclusion of where to set stop losses and where to take profits But I also would like some other kind of indicators in this particular case (OBV / price divergence comparation with the latest divergences, at the same time frame) Which one would you reccomend in order to give me an insight of where the retailers / MM (market makers) are going to pump the price at? AN insight about ''where'' to exit (maximazing profits) when I use the divergence indicator (on balance volume) / price strategy? I was thinking of using volume bars, so if in the volume bars of the previous pump (and of the previous on balancevolume / price divergence) are smaller than the bars in the divercences on balance volume / price I am going to trade on) it could be a signal that this rally / dump would/could end up much lower than the previous Any tip from you matematician /phiscists with high IQ working at your algo trading bots?
Reuters claimed that; Turkish Banks intervened USDTRY parity to protect the value of Turkish Lira. According to news; the volume of Turkish Banks intervention is 4.5 Billion US$ On the other hand we haven't confirmed such volume from independent #forex data sources. We believe; Reuters news doesn't have any reliability. We are sharing daily chart of USDTRY parity below; the source of the graph data is FXCM; at the right side of the scale is the market price, left side scale is the transaction volume on the same chart. The purple line shows the OBV(On Balance Volume); The orange curve shows the quarterly VWMA(Volume Weighted Moving Average) of market price; At the bottom of the graph is daily volume and quarterly average of daily volume is the black curve; We haven't notice dramatic increase in transaction volume during last week; thus transaction volume is continuously decreasing... Our conclusion is Reuters is a fake news! USDTRY Parity with transaction volume data
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