There are two templates in the next mailing. I want to pay attention to the Tundra template.
There, instead of Japanese candles, two types of charts are used - .Heiken Ashi and
linear breakout chart.
Linear breakout chart - looks like ordinary candles, but without shadows, the meaning is about the same as tic-tac-toe. Steve Neeson described it as a “more insightful form of tic-tac-toe,” in which the moment of the trend reversal is prompted by the market itself, and not by the rules invented by the trader. Color change occurs when the closing price is lower or higher than the opening prices of the 3 previous candles.
Heiken Ashi looks very much like the usual candlestick chart, but there are differences. Heiken Ashi filters price noise and reacts poorly to random price fluctuations; on small timeframes, this is especially appreciated;
The linear breakout graph is filtered by Heiken Ashi, and Heiken Ashi by HullMA. Such homegrown know-how.