and you will be L o v e d more than a giver of Gifts.
H u m b l e Yourself The More, The G r e a t e r You are,
and You will find M e r c y in The Sight of G o d
——Sirach Chapter 3（17-18）
honje19960321 wrote: ↑Wed May 18, 2022 5:26 amCore Trading Principles: A Top-Down MTF View
The time is 1 M, 36 S, 12 S, 6 S。
1 m and 36 s provide overall volatility and direction
Enter buy or sell whenever the direction and volatility of the 4 time views are consistent
In fact, this is exactly the same as the operation of FX. . .
The graph shown is my own based on XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System
Optimized binary options (ultra-short-term scalper) trading system
No way, my computer screen is too small XD
Darkdoji wrote: ↑Tue Feb 28, 2017 3:50 amThere are tons of books, articles, and views on chaos and fractals none of which has directly assisted the trader to trade the markets by chaos theory and fractal geometry or in fact shown that those ideas are in any way different to the prospects of traders than current methods. In this thread, we end all of that and outline a Multifractal trading methodology that shows why and how a method based those sciences is superior to Technical and Fundamental Analysis and is intellectually accessible to traders.
For the concept of a fractal market structure to be of any use at all, we need to know what a price fractal is, where it comes from, what it looks like and how it behaves in terms of the abstractions of chaos theory and the concreteness of traded markets. Now the link between chaos and fractals is rather simple because chaos is the result of an iterative process and fractals are defined by iterates. But until now if you asked to see what a price fractal looks like you will most probably draw a blank. We found and defined what a price or market fractal is and this means we have articulated the fractal footprint of markets (incontrovertibly).
So to gain the same insights as we have and understand well what we mean I have attached an MSPowepoint presentation file which will help us all get on the same page and so to share and gain insights from each other. At first the topic might appear mathematical but after slide 2 anyone can see it is something every trader (especially technical traders) can understand and relate to because in fact the concept of chaos once expressed as fractals is pretty straightforward. I sincerely hope everyone reviewing the slides (best on slide show because of the animations) will not only gain new knowledge that is generally useful in understanding the market further but will be open minded and ready to freely discuss the issues that arise.
As much as possible lets keep to the topic in our exchanges. Best wishes
jng640 wrote: ↑Tue Sep 14, 2021 5:53 pmYes I think so. I mean current forex market volatility is totally different with the past few years..as the $EVZ index also shown low volatility right now OMG..
*$EVZ index = Forex market volitility index. https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/$EVZ/overview
This one seems to be able to detect volatilitymladen wrote: ↑Sun Feb 19, 2017 11:22 pm
Using the CCI the correct way (Lambert's way)
Lambert's trading guidelines for the CCI focused on movements above +100 and below -100 to generate buy and sell signals. Because about 70 to 80 percent of the CCI values are between +100 and -100, a buy or sell signal will be in force only 20 to 30 percent of the time.
When the CCI moves above +100, a security is considered to be entering into a strong uptrend and a buy signal is given.
The position should be closed when the CCI moves back below +100.
When the CCI moves below -100, the security is considered to be in a strong downtrend and a sell signal is given.
The position should be closed when the CCI moves back above -100.