Entries and Exits

How do we time our entries and exits?

In our tool box, first take out "seasons color"(aka TYSA), follow by taking "PAP lines".

How do we make use of these tools?

Take a look at another example in the video on SiMSCI, this is live from today (Apr 28, 2015) using Seasons color (aka TYSA) , Moving averages (which is available free on Ninjatrader charting) and PAP Lines (SiMSCI).

Do you still remember our seasons color rules? Let's revise:

Hot Seasons:

Summer (Dark Green) ==> Buy if candles supported by moving averages or PAP Lines.

Autumn (Orange) ==> Buy if candles supported by moving average; Sell if it was resisted at PAP Lines.

Cold Seasons:

Winter (Dark red) ==> Sell if candles resisted by moving averages or PAP Lines.

Spring (Lime green) ==> Sell if candles resisted by moving averages; Buy if candles supported by PAP Lines;

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