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In India we say it as JHAKKASS!!!

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Just an answer to the previous chart, which is quite similar, but has a few minor differences.

The 3-day Rolling VWAP has a moving lookback period and produces continuous bands, which I prefer over weekly or 6-day VWAPs. For the ranges I prefer larger timeframes. This identifies fewer but better opportunities.

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Just an answer to the previous chart, which is quite similar, but has a few minor differences.

The 3-day Rolling VWAP has a moving lookback period and produces continuous bands, which I prefer over weekly or 6-day VWAPs. For the ranges I prefer larger timeframes. This identifies fewer but better opportunities.

Hope you don't mind my posting here.

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I do, as usual, agree with you. I have been playing with different vwap lookback periods and found interesting S&R levels with good opportunities. Precision is a key factor but when the Sd's are far away from Vwap (let's say more than 15 ticks) a few ticks of difference does not affect my trading. I use Vwap and it's SD's to identify entries over retracement opportunities but the trade management is a mix of PA, Volume and Jap candle analysis. Sometimes I also anticipate the entry over the bands, if the market is near an important S or R or a Range bar. There is of course a certain margin for miss evalutation wich is the reason for scaling in and using wider stops. I lately tend to decrease this risk to tighter stops and smaller sizes as one miss judged trade could blow many weeks of cumulated profit.

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Just an answer to the previous chart, which is quite similar, but has a few minor differences.

The 3-day Rolling VWAP has a moving lookback period and produces continuous bands, which I prefer over weekly or 6-day VWAPs. For the ranges I prefer larger timeframes. This identifies fewer but better opportunities.

Hope you don't mind my posting here.

Fat Tails,

have you published the rolling VWAP indicator yet ?

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Fat Tails,

have you published the rolling VWAP indicator yet ?

I know the answer but I will let FT answer it, or maybe you can PM him.

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I know the answer but I will let FT answer it, or maybe you can PM him.

Petit cachottier va !

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Petit cachottier va !

On dit que le péché, mais pas le pécheur

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Fat Tails,

have you published the rolling VWAP indicator yet ?

No it is not published. Just the VWAP can be reproduced by using a fixed period VWMA. For example, if you have a 15 min chart of ES, you can use a 3 * 93 bars = 279 bars lookback period, and you should approximately get the same thing. You would just miss out on the SD bands.

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No it is not published. Just the VWAP can be reproduced by using a fixed period VWMA. For example, if you have a 15 min chart of ES, you can use a 3 * 93 bars = 279 bars lookback period, and you should approximately get the same thing. You would just miss out on the SD bands.

are you planning on releasing it?

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