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Dow, S&P500, Nasdaq

Discussion in 'Trade Journals' started by EddieMarkel, Nov 5, 2020.

  1. EddieMarkel

    EddieMarkel Member

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    this is not consultation or advice.
    when the price meet one of the indicator, the trend is stop and new trend begin.

    Dow:
    Dow go above the EMA(orange line) and above halfway indicator(blue line).
    The target is high target indicator(green line).
    The green dots on the halfway indicator are another sign for bullish trend.
    As long as the price above the EMA, the trend stay bullish.

    S&P500:
    S&P500 meet the high target indicator (green line).
    Now it can go down to meet the EMA (orange line), or continue go up and the EMA come closer to the price.
    The green dots on the halfway indicator are another sign for bullish trend.
    as long as nasdaq above EMA, the trend stay bullish.

    nasdaq:
    nasdaq meet the high target indicator (green line).
    Now it can go down to meet the EMA (orange line), or continue go up and the EMA come closer to the price.
    The green dots on the halfway indicator are another sign for bullish trend.
    as long as nasdaq above EMA, the trend stay bullish.

    S&P500.png Dow.png nasdaq.png
     
  2. EddieMarkel

    EddieMarkel Member

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    this is not consultation or advice.
    All Indicator lines used as dynamic support and resistance, that change reliance on the price and time.
    When the price reach and meet one of the indicator, the trend stop, and
    new trend begin.
    the system show the next price target at high probability(no 100%).

    Dow, S&P500 and Nasdaq met the High target indicator (green line).
    from here new trend should start.
    The last red candle show weakness of bullish trend.

    As long as the price (of each index) is above the EMA (orange line), the trend is bullish.
    When the price go below EMA, the first target price will be the Halfway indicator(blue line).

    S&P500.png Dow.png nasdaq.png
     
  3. EddieMarkel

    EddieMarkel Member

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    this is not consultation or advice.
    All Indicator lines used as dynamic support and resistance, that change reliance on the price and time.
    When the price reach and meet one of the indicator, the trend stop, and
    new trend begin.
    the system show the next price target at high probability(no 100%).

    Dow, S&P500 and Nasdaq met the High target indicator (green line),
    and can not break it and create new high point, sign for weakness.

    As long as the price (of each index) is above the EMA (orange line), the trend is bullish.
    When the price go below EMA, the first target price will be the Halfway indicator(blue line).

    S&P500.png dow.png nasdaq.png
     
  4. EddieMarkel

    EddieMarkel Member

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    this is not consultation or advice.
    All Indicator lines used as dynamic support and resistance, that change reliance on the price and time.
    When the price reach and meet one of the indicator, the trend stop, and
    new trend begin.
    the system show the next price target at high probability(no 100%).

    Dow and S&P500 broke out the High target indicator (green line),
    its sign of strength, I think nasdaq will break out the High target indicator soon.

    As long as the price (of each index) is above the EMA (orange line), the trend is bullish.
    When the price go below EMA, the first target price will be the Halfway indicator(blue line).

    S&P500.png dow.png nasdaq.png
     
  5. EddieMarkel

    EddieMarkel Member

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    Explanation about "Trend Indicator System"
    All Indicator lines used as dynamic support and resistance, that change reliance on the price and time.
    When the price reach and meet one of the indicator, the trend stop, and
    new trend begin.
    the system show the next price target at high probability(no 100%).

    when the price meet the low target line(Red) and stay under the EMA(orange) line, the trend is bearish.
    When the price meet the upper target line(Green) and stay above the EMA(orange) line, the trend is bullish.
    when the price on the red line and
    go above the EMA, then the next target line is the blue one(halfway to green).

    if the price go above the blue line and stay above the EMA line, the new target is the green line (upper target).
    the same when the price meet the upper target line (green).
    When the price meet the green line, as the price stay above the EMA, the trend in bullish.
    if the price go under the EMA then the next target is the blue line(halfway).
    going under the blue line with red candle should lead the price to meet the red line (lower target).
     
  6. EddieMarkel

    EddieMarkel Member

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    this is not consultation or advice.
    All Indicator lines used as dynamic support and resistance, that change reliance on the price and time.
    When the price reach and meet one of the indicator, the trend stop, and
    new trend begin.
    the system show the next price target at high probability(no 100%).

    Dow, S&P500 and Nasdaq supported By EMA (orange line).

    As long as the price (of each index) is above the EMA (orange line), the trend is bullish.
    When the price go below EMA, the first target price will be the Halfway indicator(blue line).

    Dow.png nasdaq.png S&P500.png
     

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