One of the things I like a lot about doing fx research is the kind of ideas you can implement to test ideas and find exploits in the market patterns. Unfortunately my repertoire atm is quite small, but in seeing Rel’s work (TY :D) I’m learning about methods that I think are really cool. For example, a really simple idea is to try to trade an oscillator away from extremes, but this limits you because you have to wait for extremes to occur and perhaps at that point it’s not really useful to trade using that knowledge. However, other things to try include creating dynamic lines and try to trade via crosses similar to MAs. Or perhaps three lines and trading when a certain pattern stack (x>y>z, x>y, z>y, etc). The reading of existing indicators exists for a reason I think (MA crosses, RSI/Stoch oscillators, Pivot projections (flat), Bollinger bands(dynamic)). Each is interpreted using it’s own legend so to speak and maybe what doesn’t work when read as a cross over works well if you could implement it into bollinger bands.
I mostly just wanted to post these pictures, but thought a little context would be nice to have.
I’m already starting to confuse myself a bit with what exactly this is measuring, but if I get this, it’s game over.
- Predicting the point where any line will fail to make a higher high or lower low. Bounds are already known, and help predict max points, not min points.
- Knowing if any line will cross the 0 line.
- Knowing if a point will reach at least some point above/below the 0 mark.
- Somewhat useful is knowing if a line will be subordinate or dominant to another line, since if x must be subordinate to y, y must be at least x value.
My favorite 2 SB posts.. Hmm.. Can I find a similar pattern?