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In general, minor price reversals are associated with the completion of the 9 and major market turning points are identified by the completion of a Countdown. This substitution process is more lenient than its traditional COMBO counterpart and identifies areas of likely price exhaustion during periods of increased volatility.
Maximum readings demonstrate overbought and oversold synchronicity and are often associated with price exhaustion. It compares the buying and selling pressure of a series of consecutive bars to determine the likelihood of a future rally or decline.
The CHANNEL 1 indicator multiplies a three-day moving average of the true highs by a percentage to derive the lower channel and a three-day moving average of the true lows by a percentage to derive the upper channel. The extremes are displayed as an upper and lower band generated by short term moving averages for a series of bars.
The resulting output quantifies the progression of the trend and identifies price levels where it is vulnerable to a reversal. Price trends typically unfold in a series of waves, made up of incremental advances and declines.
The D-WAVE indicator identifies these price thrusts and anticipates when the trend is likely to exhaust itself. An up or down arrow appears upon completion, suggesting the direction of a likely reversal. Applying DeMark-based breakout rules helps to distinguish between qualified and disqualified breakouts.
The moving averages are displayed in blue when comparative values are ascending and red when comparative values are descending. Similar in construction to Sequential, the COMBO indicator is designed to identify potential inflection points in trending markets and remain dormant during periods of price consolidation. The PLURALITY indicator assigns a value to a series of simple and complex price comparisons, resulting in an oscillator reading that helps identify potential market inflection points.
As more indicator readings align, the greater the likelihood of a response. In general, minor price reversals are associated with the completion of the Setup and major market turning points are identified by the completion of a Countdown. The TDST indicator is used to establish reference levels from the lowest true low and the highest true high of recent underlying trends, providing market support and resistance to help evaluate the integrity of its price movement.
A down or up arrow appears upon completion.
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