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Ok, so based on the charts you posted, I am already seeing that the dots are shooting over 60%. Now if you trade these dots with the trend you are doing much better than that. This is obvious, just sayin But I wonder if one needs to purchase the system when we can get the JeffDots/CCI stuff here at futures.io (formerly BMT) for free. I don't know, these might be better than the JeffDots/CCI. Please continue posting your charts...

Yes, anything with the trend does better. I just looked up breifly what JeffDots were and you're not going to get the same or even close entries let alone be told in advance when those turns should come in. Notice how I'm always getting in right on the pivots. JeffDots need a MA to cross. I just need exhaustion at Support and the right time.

I would never encourage anyone to buy anything. If you're any good at programming you could in fact do it yourself. johnthom's probably already got a few ideas brewing. I jut chimed in on the thread because there was false information being posted.

I'll keep posting trades.

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you're not going to get the same or even close entries let alone be told in advance when those turns should come in

Do you just mean that the dots appear a few bars before a turning point?

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Do you just mean that the dots appear a few bars before a turning point?

See how on my last chart in the top right corner it says Sell in 8 minutes, Buy in 37....just an example. That means historically the turn is going to come in 8 minutes so I can get in right at that turn rather than waiting for it to roll over and have the MA's cross.
Maybe I'll put the other part of the indicator up later. It gives you a better perspective and helps take your focus from a dot being a trigger. The dots aren't actually signals and aren't formed by a bunch of technicals lining up. They only mark where historically the turns came in or where momentum stopped. Have you ever been to one of the BTTFT webinars?

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What are you using to generate your support and resistance lines?

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No I haven't been to one of the webinars. I will go take a look.

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Are the dots you posted the fractal pivot confluence indicator at the website? Because if that is the case then I can get those at the NT forum or here. I couldn't see a blown-up pic of the cycle indi because the link to their screencast account is disabled...

But you said that the dots fire when the timer goes off at the top. Do they have more than one dot indi?

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Are the dots you posted the fractal pivot confluence indicator at the website? Because if that is the case then I can get those at the NT forum or here. I couldn't see a blown-up pic of the cycle indi because the link to their screencast account is disabled...

But you said that the dots fire when the timer goes off at the top. Do they have more than one dot indi?

No they're not the fractal pivot confluence. They're from the flux capacitor, their main indicator which doesn't show up in the area you're looking at on their site.
I'd recommend you attend one of their webinars to find out how their stuff works.

The dots don't always fire at the top. My S/R is what's usually at the top. I just need a dot coming up to let me know to take it at support.

The S/R are proprietary levels.

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I do not own this product but they gave me a free trial in the room last year. The projected turning points are based on what has happened in the market over the past few weeks based on propriety algorithms. They know the turning points for today almost a week in advance. I did not have the software but they were showing the market data live and there were count downs to the turning points.

As tradingonvolume states you need a method with these turning points. They have a few methods to trade with the proprietary indicators. In the end I did not buy because I was not ready to pay the upfront cost to see if it would enhance my trading. But in the future.....who knows.

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The S/R are proprietary levels.

Are the S/R from backtothefuture or from somewhere else?

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Are the S/R from backtothefuture or from somewhere else?

Andrew

They're my own. And you're right about how the flux is calculated. It's very simple which is why I like it.

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