here is a screen, if you carefully look at the screen the bears are 12 and bulls are 5.
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Dislikedhere is a screen, if you carefully look at the screen the bears are 12 and bulls are 5.Ignored
Dislikedgot ticked...went for run...run got cut short due to lightning...what a day...need to break away from trading for a while cant win one for if my life depended on it.
I dont really understand the pivot points, etc....my brain doesn't function that way.
want to train me?
DislikedGuys by adding the bulls and bears indicator in to your charts will not give you a signal, it is only a confirmation for an entry. You as a trader have to analyze the market by finding the support and resistance lines, once you have the lines and when prices is at those line then it is a signal. Now you can use the bulls and bears indicators for a confirmation of the entry. So for example the price retraced to a resistance line and this is a signal that the price might go down and make some nice moves to make a LL, wait for the bears to take control...Ignored
DislikedI've scanned all of the 14 pages so far and it looks like nobody touched on it..
Has anybody tried this with a shorter time frame, ie) 15 min? I wonder how well it would do during the more active London hours.Ignored
Here's an alert indicator I adapted from one that had other conditions.
Incidentally, should anyone want to use the skeleton and change the indicator or iCustom calls in it, it's clear where this should be done in the code, thus making it extremely versatile for creating arrows and/or alerts and/or emails for any strategy.
I have compared it to the "Bulls Bears Helper" and it displays the arrows in the same places as the BB Helper changes color.
Hope that helps.
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Here is a BullBear Indi that i use but I have modified to use a LSMA instead of a simple EMA.Ignored
DislikedWoh! Finally. Thanks a bunchIgnored