A_AC | AD_AK | AL_AR | AS_AZ | B_BD | BE_BO | BP_BZ | C_CA | CB_CL | CM_CO | CP_CZ | D_DE | DF_DO | DP_DZ | E_ES | ET_EZ | F_FI | FK_FO | FP_FZ | G_GO | GO_GZ | H_HI | HJ_HZ | I_IM | IN_INS | INT_IZ | L_LE | LF_LL | LM_LZ | M_MA | MB_MO | MP_MZ | N_NE | NF_NZ | O_ON | OO_OR | OS_OZ | P_PE | PF_PO | PR_PZ | R_Real | Real_Relative | Release_Ri | RI_RZ | S_Seg | Sel_Short | Shaw_So | SP_ST | SU_SZ | T_TA | TB_TI | TJ_TZ
Russell 2000 E-mini SBV trading.
July 11, 2006
We used the following simple four-rule trading system based on our SBV indicator:
Chart 1: Trading
the SBV indicator by using 4-rule system.
Important: The 33% trigger level for the SBV indicator, 6 points a satisfactory profit target and 2 points the stop-loss level were determined in relation to the prevailing market conditions at the time the examples above were selected. In order to establish the optimal critical levels for the SBV indicator, profit target and stop-loss level a trader should consider his/her personal trading style and risk tolerance as well as review the current market situation and scroll a chart history of prior volume surges including their magnitude (i.e., the level the SBV indicator reached).
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