How to Trade with the Never Loss Trading Charts

May 29, 2012 at 7:50 pm Leave a comment

The NLT-system considers Price, Volume, and Volatility as key describing indicators for a price change:
• At any point of the day, the market speed is measured.
• Blue indicates up-trends
• Red indicates downtrends.
• The Regression trend is painted by orange lines.
• The NLT-Sine-Wave is indicated by waving red and green lines.
• Cyan colors indicate strong price and volume moves.
• Computer generated buy or sell proposals in the price chart are used for scalping.
• Computer generated buy or sell proposals in the lower studies are used for trend following.
• The lowest study is the carrying wave: Blue on top = uptrend; Red on top = downtrend.
• The middle study functions as the signal wave: Blue= buyers in control; Red = Sellers in control
• Upper-Lower-Study: Resulting wave, including noise (darker colored bars indicates where a higher indicated institutional engagement is expected.
• Colored lines indicate price accumulation lines painted on the chart based on statistics and past price accumulation.
• There are scalping proposals in time zones; we call “Purple Zones”, while we do not take any trend trades in those zones. The Purple Zones are painted when the market direction is not worked out yet and the trader faces a high risk of counter directional trades.
There are surely allot of more details to explain. For those more interested to study what I call a buy and sell system for trading, please check the following Amazon E-Book. It is published as an E-Book only, to allow magnifying of specific trade situation. Since the publication of the book, Java allowed additional mathematical functions to paint the NLT-Wave and Trend-Channel, which are put in the book by hand.
This is how fast time goes. The book was published in September of 2011. You can find it at Amazon for $10: http://www.amazon.com/My-Stock-Market-Income-ebook/dp/B005MZ1ECQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1338332646&sr=8-1
Hopefully, I can help people to develop themselves into successful traders.
In the following, I will share some time based charts, which have trade proposals and reflect today’s trading day:
1. Emini S&P 500, 15 Minute Chart
2. Crude Oil, 1 Hour
3. Daily AAPL Chart
Trend entries are usually at or above the value proposed in the buy/sell bubble on the chart. If the desired price put on the chart is not reached by the next candle, we mostly take the trade off and wait for the next signal.

1. Emini S&P 500, 15 Minute Chart

2. One Hour Crude Oil

3.    Daily AAPL Chart

The AAPL chart shows trade proposals on what I call the ALGO line, which was switched off in the prior charts. All chart bubbles, can be individually switched on or off. In this chart, I kept short and trend trading signals on and you will see a difference in the proposed entry price when the signals overlay.
All computer generated trade proposals need the human eye to make the final trading decision.
In my constant research, I am sure looking forward to see other models painted on a chart. It is difficult to judge mathematical formulas in respect to their validity in trade proposals.
Good trading,
Thomas

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