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Introduction to the Triple Screen Trading System

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In this video, Peter Martin explains how the Triple Screen Trading method works and runs through a simple example with charts of silver to show how to apply the system in practice. At Trading 212 we provide an execution only service. This video should not be construed as investment advice. Investments can fall and rise. Capital at risk. CFDs are higher risk because of leverage.
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TheKman1138 (28 days ago)
Very nice presentation. Elder's Triple Screen has always been my favorite setup. I've tried so many trading methods, most with varying degrees of success and failure, and I always find myself coming back to this.
Leone Leone (2 months ago)
Nice video good job . But sorry how to take the Take profit please ?
Tom A (2 months ago)
You can also use renko and heikin ashi for positive or negative changes in the tide also secret geometry is rather good
BAD FORM (2 months ago)
amazing information well detailed. you also kept it very simple at the same time . thank you guys :)
Simeon Paul (2 months ago)
Many thanks to you guys, this information is gold
GOPA KUMAR (3 months ago)
Thank you very much for the video. One doubt on entry.... Could you please explain how that particular candle was selected.... i think the indicator was more overbought 3 candles earlier... was the selection based on indicator divergence?
Peter Martin (2 months ago)
Hi Gopa. Sensible question! In the example, I looked first at the most recent candle, because that replicates the way you would use the system in practice — we cannot see future candles when we trade, only the time period that has just expired. Because that candle didn't satisfy the criteria of the second screen, I simply went back to the nearest candle in the past that did meet the requirements. There was no judgement implied of this being any more optimal than the candle you identify. Hope this helps!
emz2kind81 (3 months ago)
How you correctly place support and resistance lines please?
Trading 212 (3 months ago)
This tutorial may shed light on your question - https://youtu.be/wULaNaeJWqc.
owntipstich (3 months ago)
would you be able to look at how to trade in the direction of the trend but entering on lower time frames , so for example i see a strong up trend in a daily time frame but i want to get a better entry to go long in my 4hr or 1hr
Trading 212 (3 months ago)
Your suggestion is noted and appreciated.
astera00 (3 months ago)
Interesting method, I really like this. It cleverly reconciles two conflicting emotions you have when trying to enter a trade; hoping the market goes just far enough against your intended direction, to make the ideal entry, then hoping things turn in favour of your direction once you've entered. I'll be trying it on my demo accounts, but can see myself using this in my own trading once I get the hang of it. Thank you for the clear explanation and demonstration. I also have a request. Could you please do a video on Heikin-Ashi candles? I've seen plenty of videos here on regular candlesticks, which I like using, but haven't seen anything on Heikin-Ashi candles. They seem like a good tool to help filter out noise, but an explantion and demonstration on how to use them would be much appreciated. If there's already a video on them, please point me in the right direction because I couldn't find one. Thank you.
Trading 212 (3 months ago)
Your request is noted and appreciated. Great to see you enjoy the videos.
absoluttchamp (3 months ago)
Why show a short example when most play the long game?
fausto412 (2 months ago)
+Peter Martin This is just what I was looking for. Thank you. Concepts are hard to grasp for a beginner. Feel free to post an example going long on a swing trade.
Peter Martin (3 months ago)
Hi. Hope you enjoyed the video. The time-frame that you end up using is really down to the preference of the individual trader; the idea here was just to give a introduction to the general method. As Alexander Elder, who invented the method, originally proposed trading from a daily chart in the second screen, with a weekly chart as the first screen, I though it was appropriate to use that in my example.
Tony Hughes (4 months ago)
Good job Peter, would you please shows us a screen set up of how you lay this out.
Peter Martin (3 months ago)
Hi Tony. Thanks for the feedback. In terms of screen set up, the method doesn't require any specific layout. As I demonstrated in the screen -recorded section of the video, the system is effectively a series of three filters, starting with a chart of a time-frame one order of magnitude greater than the time-frame you intend to trade. For ease of use, if you have two monitors, you could open the Trading 212 platform in two different browsers, one on each monitor, and then have your larger time-frame on one monitor and the second, shorter time-frame on the other monitor. Alternatively, you could open multiple tabs for the same market within one browser, set them on your two different time-frames, and then click on the Multiple Chart Mode icon. This would allow you to look at both at a glance, which I find convenient. Really, though, it's whatever works best for you. Ultimately, you are still going through the same steps as shown in the video. Hope that helps!
Wojciech Krzempek (4 months ago)
Great explanation! So clear
Regulator TD (4 months ago)
This is the setup I use.
herodax (17 days ago)
Regulator TD how is your success with it?
Robin (4 months ago)
Peter Martin looks like a greek god. His face, chiselled.
Aaron Woodland (4 months ago)
I'm going to try this out i like the look of this one
Hawk Eyes (4 months ago)
can we get more cool shit like this please !!!!???
Trading 212 (4 months ago)
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Sui Generis (4 months ago)
I hate to be one of those Trolls but I absolutely loved this channel until recently. The programming has just gone to shit, there's no coverage of cryptocurrencies anymore, the current subject matter was responsive based on daily news, and now we're focused on three trading screen bullshit and trading vocabulary being taught in a vacuum without any current day examples. clearly The View count has gone down for a reason and I just thought I would share why. Get back into crypto because that's where the hype is at. if you're going to cover things like trade terminology then have it be relevant based on some current news or trade. Don't cover stupid things like 3 screen technology, quote software, or anything else that's technology Enthusiast oriented. Nobody cares except extremely young unaccredited investors and Traders without money.
Sui Generis (2 months ago)
+John 545 lmao. Guess my 5 licences and the bank I work for is a bunch of gambelers. remember you were told this about cryptocurrency when you see where it is in the future.... you had your chance you dumb fuck that's why pikers who don't understand what they are trading never make any money. but now I perfectly understand this channel now it's for small timers and novices like yourself. Have fun!
John 545 (4 months ago)
You're simply wrong. Trading three time frames is a good lesson to learn for anyone. As for cryptocurrencies, anyone who is seriously interested in trading doesn't give a shit about cryptocurrencies. Crypto is for gamblers.
Tony Hughes (4 months ago)
In my opinion that sort of comment should be best kept to yourself as i for one are merely annoyed by such outspoken rubbish.
Scarecrow (4 months ago)
I like this guy
maitox colarossi (4 months ago)
wow nice man
maitox colarossi (4 months ago)
good job man
Ovidiu Mihai (4 months ago)
This is such a good idea to share, i bought this kind of setup because i needed to see candles and indicators on vertical monitors, which i highly recommend!

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