Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Simple system using the 50% level on a 14 Length RSI

Hello all, here's a video that I just made showing you an ultra simplistic system using a standard 14 length RSI and getting long or short triggers when price tags or gets very close to the 50% level on the RSI.  Your trigger is taking back at least 50% or more of the previous candle similar to the method Steve shows in his tutorials. Anyway it's pretty simple, but figured I'd share it with you guys. This method works with any stock, seems to work best on the daily time frames per my observations.

CLICK HERE to watch the video

enjoy the rest of your day


Sunday, September 28, 2014

Detailed Commodity Newsletter Sunday September 28th 2014

Hello everyone, here's the highly detailed weekend commodity newsletter.  I will follow up with a newsletter on the general market later this evening.

CLICK HERE to watch the Commodity Newsletter

I hope your weekend is going well,

Matthew Frailey

Thursday, September 25, 2014

BPT MA Deluxe update

yes I can confirm that the BPT MA Deluxe went red.  It goes to cash if price has been green for a long time as it would assume it's a trending wave and due for a choppy ABC wave, however the indicator was not green for long enough, thus once price sliced through the ATR it turned red this time vs going to cash like it did the past few times

Here's new new statistics, clearly this last pullback gave back a lot of gains that it had but still closed out with about a 1% gain.  Again as Steve and I have said, this is a great trending indicator, probably one of the best out there, but it's not gonna catch tops and bottoms, best used in conjunction with you own analysis etc.  See the chart and stats table showing the trades going back several years

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Weekend Newsletter for Sept 7th, 2014

Hello everyone, I hope you had a nice weekend so far!  Here's the general market newsletter, please take the time to review as I have some important charts and updates in tonight's newsletter.

General Market Newsletter Sept 7th, 2014

Matthew Frailey