PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT NECESSARILY INDICATIVE OF FUTURE RESULTS.
TRADING FUTURES AND OPTIONS INVOLVES SUBSTANTIAL RISK OF LOSS AND IS NOT SUITABLE FOR ALL INVESTORS.
Philosophy is to identify the cause and characteristics of direction. Proprietary criteria, definitions and logic are given to a computer which deciphers price, time and volume data, calculates Direction Starts and four types of activity.
The four types of activity are categorized and encoded as:
Upward Buying = Buying,
Downward Selling = Selling, High Selling = HS
Low Buying = LB
White vertical line identifies the new day.
Pacific time and date of the new day are below.
The numbers in green, white and blue are for adding contracts, tolerance, and getting out.
The bright green price highlights the start of a potential segment (trend).
Volume information is sent from the exchanges and is a numerical count.
Basic segment sequence: 1) a start, 2) market continues direction or not, 3) go flat. (Not auto-reverse, reverse.)
Up trends are caused by, and feature Buying that dominates selling. Not all Up starts continue.
Down trends are caused by, and feature Selling that dominates buying. Not all Down starts continue.
Trading is not easy and timing is a factor.
Some people have busy schedules, projects to work on and simply don’t have time to study and monitor markets. Some people don’t have a computer connected to receive, and programmed to analyze streaming data from the exchanges. Furthermore, some people might not have the specific market experience or haven’t researched in depth the combination of market understanding, market logic and programming. With demands for your time, attention and perhaps attendance, how can you be precise at getting in, when new trends in markets start?
Without all three Ts: Time + Tools + Training, what kind of market timing will one have?