The design of the Smooth Charts is meant to smooth out the Chaos on the screen we see when the markets are going up, down, up, etc. We took an average of the Open, High, Low, Last and plotted the results to see a smoother chart while using a Renko chart.
Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.
Just like your regular minute charts, but smoother. You can see the difference on this chart above
How to trade Smooth Charts?
Pretty simple, when green, buy, when red sell. Follow other CycleTrader trend filters such as the direction of the 4 to 9 bar cycle count.
These charts are are really trend filters based on the math by itself.
Next -> Smooth Tick Charts
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