pricing levels raw notes of NicTrades of June 4 and 11 are now posted

(Last Updated On: June 16, 2018)

More raw notes of NicTrades of June 4 and 11 are now posted for my ELITE members.

http://quantlabs.net/academy/shopping-cart/

I may listen to another show to confirm the strategy development methodologies.

This includes simple trading methodologies

1. Minimum and Maximum (peak and valley) of pricing trends where you generate Fibonacci retracement levels. You can set various pricing levels from these. New support and resistance can be used from these new Fib levels.

2. Up and downward trend line of recent max and min pricing action. This can be used also for pricing target levels. These can also be used as pennants or flags which I found were tough to code up.

3. Notes on how moving averages can converge to show range trading which is tough to trade. You can also use these levels of support vs resistance.

4. There is various techniques to find market bottoms. These are all documented but you can find these either with this link https://quantlabs.net/blog/2018/06/raw-notes-nictrades-june-4-11/

I hope to starting coding this up starting Monday. Expect some new charts and report that will come out of this effot. They will all be posted for Quant Analytics members.

http://quantlabs.net/academy/quant-analytics/

Thanks Bryan

 

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