Learn how the angle of the bands can help you with trends.
Learn how to use the MA in your favor.
Think you missed a move? Look again.
Go in the direction of the break out, but wait to enter.
See how the GreenLine and RedLine work together on this pattern.
See how to buy when green and sell when the Smooth charts are red.
Double Tops and Bottoms happen more times then most think they do.
The open of the previous bar can be your pivot point(s).
Find an opposite closing bar and then enter the market going the direction you wanted to trade.
Most bars retrace the previous bar's range, learn how to trade this pattern.
Volume difference seems to pick most trends.
Different than double tops / bottoms, means prices are being accepted.
If there is room to go, then there is room to go.
Breaking the swings seems to be in order,
When the spread is tight, it may bounce the other way?
Trend lines are used by many common traders.
Keeping it simple, buy green, sell red.
Look for the price advantages to enter and exit
Learn about the 4 to 9 bar cycle and how to put use them for entry and exit.
Learn what to do after the market moves above or below the MA and then back to the MA.
Markets tend to take out the swings.
Another name for Hammer patterns, we just called them Legs.
All Trading Cycle Lows (TC) happen below the MA. See what to do?
If the current bar is over 100% over the range of the previous bar, then learn what may happen next.
Markets do not go straight up or down, they fade after a while.
Congestion happens normally after the markets make a move up or down.
Sort of like the fade the Swings, but this is a double move.
The GreenLine play a key roll in seeing this pattern.
Similar to the 4 to 9 bar cycle, but we look at 10 plus cycle counts.
Similar to the MA entry, but this one first drops below, then further above the MA or vice versa.
We show this on Market Pulse, when the Indicators are on their zones, its time to think about reversals.
Market tend to stay with a 1.5 deviation. Watch for this movement.
When market get to 2.00 plus deviations, we look for a retracement back.
Support and resistance show up and traders follow this a lot.
When most people are buying, they run out of buyers, markets tend to set back.
Similar to the 4 to 9 bar cycle count, eventually the markets turn. It is just when and where?
4 thoughts to consider when starting to trade.
Sometimes, acting on ideas for entry and exit could be the difference.
We believe all markets turn, this is what is called Cycles.
Sometimes, you may crash and burn, but look forward for the next race (trade).
Sometimes, it just feels better to get out and wait.
When the last trade is done, move onto the next trade.
Markets are going to go up, down, up, it get uncomfortable at times.
When your goals are met, time to go home.
Wait for your price and pattern to set up.
How many times have you seen this happen? Probably a lot!
In order to let the market take shape, its best to let it move up and down.
The big moves do not normally happen in one second, it takes time.
Have you ever seen a market just keep going and going with small set backs?
These decision are always on your plate.
We feel it is important to see all the time frames to help determine trends.
There is nothing like a free trade. Here is how to set that up.
How many times have you been down on a trade, so go fish for better fill prices.
Do you take advantage of the market moves against you or not?
Every new bar can tell a new story about trends.
So there is a method to all this?
We learned you can't buy or sell the top ticks, so why try?
Same goes for that no one can claim the bottom tick or top tick, so, ease out of trades to set up free trades.
We feel you need a plan of action for each trade.
Let the markets come to you for entry.
Enter / Exit Below Your Break Even Level
Set up a free trade and take 1/2 off.
Learn more about what Alpha Hunters approach is.
Yep, it is not easy to make even 1 ticks sometimes.
Follow the trades on your charts.
It is many times to try to get an advantage on entry and exit prices.
The Futures markets are highly leveraged, respect this.
Where do most buys and sells happen? What range?
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