I've got a different template for each market..... and variations of each of those......this is a work in progress. It takes hours and hours reviewing to finally come up with settings I like....... someone else might not like them....that's why I think everyone who has the indicators should pick their own settings.
guys he is trying to say here is the indicators and now go find settings you like the more you guys play with settings the more you will learn about many things because your putting in chart time not the same as studying charts but its still chart time jeff has been working on this since 7 am i know because we have been chatting on skype that long so take it easy lol he cant make every chart and setting for every market...sharky
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I suspect this occurs around chop, and that it may better to not trade when this is happening. I have found the best trades (with runner potential) occur when the slow ma is solid & the fast one flips back to the same color as the slow. This correspnds to small pullbacks in a trend. The first 2 are the best, after that a fake out is more likely.
Last edited by cunparis; October 2nd, 2009 at 03:37 AM.
I know everyone likes clean charts but sometimes it helps to see what's happening to put the MAs on the chart. Keep in mind looking at these clean charts Jeff is a good trader and probably could do this blindfolded with one hand behind his back (not his trading hand of course...). You might want to consider coloring the faster ma bars below and up top the same as Sharky recommended - only slopeup/slopedown - everything else yellow. Also you could use a dot on the MAs to signal flat. If you don't like the MAs on the chart just leave the Dots.
I have the longer ma on the bottom in my shots...personal preference.
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