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Flux Capacitor - by Back to the Future

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Denver, Colorado
Trading Experience: Intermediate
Platform: Ninja Trader
Favorite Futures: ES, CL, anything that makes $$
Posts: 178 since Nov 2009
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Hi Hyperion,
Um, I'd forget about themarketmap.com site. If you want to play with the MAP technology, go straight to Ensign Software for charting, as they have the MAP built in and have a community of users that you can interact with. Ensign owns the rights to the MAP and was integral in bringing it's indicators to the marketplace. The other site is using Ensign's software and charging more. Ensign is a charting package filled with good tools & has a very lage/loyal user group that shares ideas. For forex, you may be able to power ensign with data from the forex broker you already use; I'm not sure, but the Ensign guys are great to work with, so give them a call and they'll set you straight if you want to play with the MAP in Forex or any market. Some links:
Ensign Software
daCharts e-mini index futures chat community and charts (Dacharts.com is a free online trading community, many users use Ensign)
Here is a link to searching Ensign's site for any articles on the MAP:
Ensign Software - Search

Please let us know if you experiment with this tool Best wishes to you and all the good folks here, B

Ensign is great for the esoteric. I spent some time with the Pesevento Map, it's suggested using a short time frame such as 2 minute charts. As I recall it based on where fib projection/extensions/time cycles should be. As with any projection/forecasting methods it has inversions........direct opposite blow outs of the prediction.

If you are going to try Ensign you may want to look at Pyrapoint. I can't say that I fully understand how to use it, but there is definitely something there.

BTW, regarding back to BTF, I have sat in on a few of their demos and they are pretty darn accurate. I am a probably going to stay on my own, having found an affinity for Murrey Math, but I would recommend anyone taking a look. It's based on sound logical principles.

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