Most reliable trading technical indicator you used

(Last Updated On: September 16, 2016)
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Most reliable trading technical indicator ever used

What are the most reliable technical indicator strategies that you’ve seen? Most technicians are really just chart chasers looking for past market opportunity. From the inside professionals I’ve seen, they only use indicators like moving average or trend line. These are just to confirm exit positions. But alas we have our usual videos to showcase something else what less successful retail traders use.
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As I am finishing up my Federal Reserve analysis, I can confidently say I will be one of the rare analysts that showcase the current real-time debt situation of the US government. This gives you a better insight into how the US dollar will perform against other currencies. As I keep dropping hints, it seems to me that this new Quant Analytical Pro service will be very helpful for active traders. Once again you will not need to be a technical guru to understand these data points. If you got questions about it let me know so that I can post it on my frequently asked questions area of my website.
As I have strongly been hinting, current sections of my Quant Elite membership will be eventually dropped in coming months. I cannot stress the importance of some of the gems that I have highlighted in this section.
You can get some access to this by getting details here
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