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One indicator to rule them all

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I have added a few 20 EMAs to the chart below. Which one do you use to rule them all?

Or do you think that all traders use the same type of chart?

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Works for me ....

OK, TMFT, Fess up. What's the combination of MA's??

Pretty, too!!

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After all, it's what you learn AFTER you know it all, that counts!
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smoother version of the Guppy?

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You might check out futures.io (formerly BMT) Wave from a few years ago, reminds me of same principle. Also @websouth uses similar approach.

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OK, TMFT, Fess up. What's the combination of MA's??

Pretty, too!!

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You might check out futures.io (formerly BMT) Wave from a few years ago, reminds me of same principle. Also @websouth uses similar approach.

https://futures.io/download/vip_elite_circle/203-download.html?view

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One of the purdiest indicators ,ever....

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One of the purdiest indicators ,ever....

TMFT,

Yeah, yeah ... see how I "purdiciously" tweaked and used it on this page here.

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Horizontal Lines, such as highs and lows. I am a price purist and indicators are pretty much worthless to me. If horizontal lines is not considered to be a indicator then my favorite has to be the ATR, the ATR is the only indicator that I use in conjunction with highs and lows... But I use the ATR in a non usual way.

Please explain the unusul way you use the ATR. Annotated pictures are always helpful. You might find that what you think is unusual may not actually be. Let's find out!

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OK, TMFT, Fess up. What's the combination of MA's??

Pretty, too!!

Thanks.

Very pretty. Share and describe how you use it.

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I'm not a big fan of indicators, - most are showing recent history. The "real action" in on the price chart itself, - and moving averages or support/resistance/trend-lines are good places to start. - Having said that, I use weekly charts for entries, with a moving average cross-over along with mac-d as a back-up. (12-24-34 usually)

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Predictions using averages are average predictions.

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