Historical Natural Gas Futures “24 years” (1990-2014)

Historical Natural Gas Futures “24 years” (1990-2014)



Trader Meme #1 – Trading Rules…!

Trader Meme #1 – Trading Rules…!


Free Indicator – Price High Low Bid View – MT4

Free Indicator – Price High Low Bid View – MT4

Great practical tool – “One See, One Decide” MT4 Tool

Hi to all traders, I post and share this great tool, to have a quick panorama of the market instrument you are currently trading.

Usually, we open several windows, or several platforms to see the same information, I share with you an indicator I use daily, I mean every day!

I love this integrated tool for my day-to-day trading, a quick see, quick decide, and we know the overall situation of the instrument, especially in the daily highs, lows, or even the spread your broker has…

NOTE: I downloaded this tool with this name, I have no notion of the original name of the .mt4 file, if you know it, please share it for the community.

Here is the download link -Free Indicator – Clock- Price High Low Bid View – MT4  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0YE1cId0hBGOE41ckd2aUdXVmc/edit?usp=sharing

Have a fun with this…


Once Installed, the configuration…



 Hope you enjoy it,

remember “Sharing is Caring”

at the end,  its all against the market!

Please let me know if your having any troubles, all the best, Dimitri Feria


Twitter – @mex_fx_trader





Fibonacci in Nature # 7

Fibonacci in Nature # 7

Fibonacci in Nature, Arts, Markets & Ears




Fibonacci in Nature, Arts, Markets & Ears

Money Facts #13 – Oldest use of gold as money 6000 B.C.

Monetary History – Oldest use of gold as money 6000 B.C.

Process Metallurgy is one of the oldest applied sciences. Its history can be traced back to 6000 BC. Admittedly, its form at that time was rudimentary, but, to gain a perspective in Process Metallurgy, it is worthwhile to spend a little time studying the initiation of mankind’s association with metals. Currently there are 86 known metals. Before the 19th century only 24 of these metals had been discovered and, of these 24 metals, 12 were discovered in the 18th century. Therefore, from the discovery of the first metals – gold and copper until the end of the 17th century, some 7700 years, only 12 metals were known. Four of these metals, arsenic, antimony , zinc and bismuth , were discovered in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, while platinum was discovered in the 16th century. The other seven metals, known as the Metals of Antiquity, were the metals upon which civilisation was based. These seven metals were:

(1) Gold (ca) 6000BC

These metals were known to the Mesopotamians, Egyptians, Greeks and the Romans. Of the seven metals, five can be found in their native states, e.g., gold, silver, copper, iron (from meteors) and mercury. However, the occurrence of these metals was not abundant and the first two metals to be used widely were gold and copper. And, of course, the history of metals is closely linked to that of coins and gemstones



2,700 years of history

The heritage of ancient coins is a subject that intrigues and delights collectors and scholars the world over. The oldest coin available today was discovered in Efesos, an ancient Hellenic city and prosperous trading center on the coast of Asia Minor. The 1/6 stater, pictured below, is more than 2,700 years old, making it one of the very earliest coins. Made from electrum, a natural occuring alloy of gold and silver, the coin originated in the area of Lydia. It had a design on one side only, a result of the primitive method of manufacture. This ancient stater was hand struck. A die with a design (in this case a lion’s head) for the obverse (front) of the coin was placed on an anvil. A blank piece of metal was placed on top of the die, and a punch hammered onto the reverse. The result was a coin with an image on one side and a punch mark on the other.