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TF trading using CCI method-it works

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I've talked to Mr. Jurik and he always recommends that JMA is "best" used as a "price proxy" i.e. a price replacement and NOT as a moving average.. You might try replacing the price input for your ema with Jma(c,2) or jma(c,3) etc, until you get the desired result.
** The Jma also works great in your favorite oscillator to help remove noise.

Does it mean that we substitute JMA for EMA in the CCI indicator? (Did I get you right?)

 
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Does it mean that we substitute JMA for EMA in the CCI indicator? (Did I get you right?)

Price proxy means you substitute JMA for price.

So instead of CCI using price, CCI would use JMA as the price proxy.

CCI(JMA(C, MAPeriod, Phase), CCIPeriod)[0]

vs

CCI(C, CCIPeriod)[0]

As a rough example

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Another question guys,

Ninjatrader has an option of how many days of historical data to load back, is there a suggested number of days?

I'm using 15 as of present.

EDIT: Just wanting to know whether it would affect the EMA and like.


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Another question guys,

Ninjatrader has an option of how many days of historical data to load back, is there a suggested number of days?

I'm using 15 as of present.

EDIT: Just wanting to know whether it would affect the EMA and like.

just make sure you have at least the same number of bars of the biggest period used by your moving averages. So if you use a 34 period EMA, make sure you have at least 34 bars.

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how was vaca pbenson?

I am finally getting a little more time to get back into trading futures. Just using demo platform at the moment but I am doing well when I follow my rules.
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Ok i am working with renko charts on tos, i will be on vacation the rest of this week and i will catch up with you next week. Ill show you what i have going.


 
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Out of curiosity, have anyone tried WoodiesCCI instead of the usual CCI?

Been wanting to compare the differences but no idea how to really use woodies.

 
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Out of curiosity, have anyone tried WoodiesCCI instead of the usual CCI?

Been wanting to compare the differences but no idea how to really use woodies.

between wcci and regular cci, wcci got more bells and whistles built in. it would render a more accurate reflection of the price movement than cci itself.

however, the so-called proprietor of the wcci who sweared up and down the streets and in the ears of those in his chatroom.... to damned the price charts--who needed the price charts to trade, and that; you only needed wcci which would do everything for you to be profitable; is now changing his mind--fully embracing price charts.

currently, the old man is hugging and hogging the price charts that he once so ardently denounced. as of last, the price charts occupied more than half of each of his trading screens.... imagined that.

just a year or so ago, he got himself into some boiling water claiming ownership to something he did not create and was duly exposed by one of our elite members named frank_ if you wish more detail you can google or email to traders dot us at gmail dot com where drastically modified wcci remnant was evident.

as you are already cognizant, to use cci or wcci to trade without other confirming elements, would be very risky at best.

whatever you do, just do not pay the new membership fee of 99 usd/mo, nor the charts subscription fee of 199 usd/mo. practically everything that he uses in his current chatroom is absolutely free here at bmt.

worst of all, many in his chatroom who depended on the trading room broker--neil (?), have also been sadly affected by pfg frauds which is currently an ongoing litigation. you got to google again, if interested, OK?

ma ju ra.... sing ga pu ra....


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between wcci and regular cci, wcci got more bells and whistles built in. it would render a more accurate reflection of the price movement than cci itself.

however, the so-called proprietor of the wcci who sweared up and down the streets and in the ears of those in his chatroom.... to damned the price charts--who needed the price charts to trade, and that; you only needed wcci which would do everything for you to be profitable; is now changing his mind--fully embracing price charts.

currently, the old man is hugging and hogging the price charts that he once so ardently denounced. as of last, the price charts occupied more than half of each of his trading screens.... imagined that.

just a year or so ago, he got himself into some boiling water claiming ownership to something he did not create and was duly exposed by one of our elite members named frank_ if you wish more detail you can google or email to traders dot us at gmail dot com where drastically modified wcci remnant was evident.

as you are already cognizant, to use cci or wcci to trade without other confirming elements, would be very risky at best.

whatever you do, just do not pay the new membership fee of 99 usd/mo, nor the charts subscription fee of 199 usd/mo. practically everything that he uses in his current chatroom is absolutely free here at bmt.

worst of all, many in his chatroom who depended on the trading room broker--neil (?), have also been sadly affected by pfg frauds which is currently an ongoing litigation. you got to google again, if interested, OK?

ma ju ra.... sing ga pu ra....

Oh but what I meant was the free one offered by the ninjatrader itself.

Would it be more useful for our CCI setup?

EDIT:
Also, if I use JMA as a price proxy, what settings should I use to smooth the CCI?


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I find the CCI thread to be very informative. Though I am not a TS or NT user, rather a TOS user, I use the CCI in conjunction with the Vervoort Crossover,with visual alerts, as well as the Hurst Channel. The chart is cleaner without the Hurst channel.

You can see from the sshot they match up perfectly (the green arrows and the red arrows with the CCI crossover zero.

I trade the TF (emini Rusell) using the 133 tick.

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Where is TSStochastic.cs?



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Hi guys,

New to this method here. Been trading TF, saw this thread and thought I'll take a look.

One thing confuses me is the Stochastic Slow 6,5,3 and 8,3,3 for Tradestation. I am using Ninjatrader here, what would be the equivalent setting?

EDIT: Found the TSStochastic.cs file in the thread. =)

Where did you find it? I've searched every which way I can think of attachments, in Downloads, in regular post search) and don't find it.

Thanks,
Saroj


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