MAN vs WALL Street

Kevin Watson Author is a PRO memberHas Had Over 50 Followers Rank: 25 Followers: 56 Votes: 145 Years Member: 5 Last Update: 21 April 2014, 20:55 Categories: Market Timing
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RULES FOR BUYING and SELLING
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'WAIT' for SUPPLY to spike above 1300

'GET READY' when SUPPLY Spikes above 1300

'BUY' when SUPPLY moves back below 1300 after being above 1300

'SELL' when either the SD20EMA moves below its 5MA or when the SD20EMA moves below zero

That's all it is. This is what I call 'NO EMOTION TRADING'. Just sit back and 'WAIT' for the signals

TRADING VEHICLES
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I trade using SPY OPTIONS but you can trade any of the Major Market's, ETFs or Stocks using these methods.

NOTE : If you trade stocks they need to be in-line with any of the major markets.


ADD MY INDICATORS to YOUR OWN STOCKCHARTS
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Just use 'Price' as an indicator and add any or all of these symbols

!SUPPLY
!DEMAND
!SD20EMA
!SDNET

DAILY NOTES
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14th April - SUPPLY moves back below 1300 'BUY'

11th April - SUPPLY Spike above 1300 with 1421 'GET READY' - When SUPPLY moves back below 1300 we 'BUY'

'HOLD' position until SD20EMA moves back below it's own 5DAY when above zero

8th April - SUPPLY moves back below 1300 'BUY'

7th April - SUPPLY Spike above 1300 with 1381 'GET READY' - When SUPPLY moves back below 1300 we 'BUY'

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#0.1 Daily Supply and Demand Analysis in One Chart

I have added this chart and notes from stockcharts.com own DecisionPoint Market Analysis page here https://stockcharts.com/freecharts/dpgallery.html

This daily chart should be reviewed every day. If the 20-day EMA (green) is above the 50-day EMA (purple), the intermediate-term trend is bullish.
If the 50-day EMA (purple) is above the 200-day EMA (blue), the long-term trend is bullish.

I've also included my own supply and demand indicators on the bottom and top of the chart to see how they all line up.

#0.2 Bullish Percents

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