Track 'n Trade Bulls 'n Bears Trading System
Arrows on All Color Changes Filter
The Bulls ‘n Bears system is a very dynamic series of mathematical calculations, which allows us to use this system in various ways.
Many traditional swing trading system indicators only allow for one buy signal for every sell signal. You’ll see this type of action traditionally in overlay indicators, such as moving averages, or Advantage Lines.
Traditional oscillating indicators, such as Stochastics, CCI, or %R will display multiple buy signals in a row, or multiple sell signals in a row.
One of the downfalls of such indicators, is you will generally receive multiple sell signals all the way up an obvious uptrend, or multiple buy signals all the way down an obvious down-trend. This makes for a very difficult trading strategy as one can well imagine.
The Bulls ‘n Bears has the ability to do both, it can provide a single buy signal for each sell signal, or it can provide multiple buy signals in a row, or multiple sell signals in a row, whichever methodology you prefer.
By selecting Arrows on all color changes, Track ‘n Trade will display multiple buy signals in a row, what we call accumulation signals, as well as multiple sell signals in a row, what we call distribution signals.
The one amazing difference is, that when the Bulls ‘n Bears displays multiple buy signals in a row, it is actually providing additional entry signals during an up trends, and just the reverse when in a down-trend, providing additional entry signals for shorting the market, as the market falls; as exampled here.
The long-term strategy of this methodology, in a bullish market, is to continually add onto your position with each accumulation arrow, while removing positions when getting sell signals, or when shorting a market, adding onto your position in a down-trend, as markets continue to fall.
Here’s several chart comparisons.
Here’s Bulls ‘n Bears, compared to RSI
Here’s Bulls ‘n Bears, compared to CCI
Here’s Bulls ‘n Bears, compared to %R
We’re not saying one chart style is right, and one is wrong, we’re just saying different strategies can be achieved through the use of different mathematics, and filters within different indicators and systems.
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