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Using the Custom TTM Scanner

The Keltner/Bollinger Band Trigger is a similar method as the Bollinger Band Squeeze for trading momentum. After a period of low or decreasing volatility the Bollinger Bands narrow and enter the Keltner Channel. The squeeze inside the Keltner Channel is the first part of the setup.

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Ichimoku Trend Trading System

Ichimoku charts are designed in such a way that a trader can determine trend, bias and support resistance levels with a quick glance of the indicators.
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The "Box" Setup

My favorite technique for trading stocks uses two moving averages, a short term 10ema and intermediate term 30sma. Trading in-between the two averages as they are moving higher is what I commonly use to trade longs. Reverse the slope and with down trending action I use these two to setup a short. Ichimoku is similar in that the periods are 9 and 26.
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Box Trade Example

DDD is setting up for a bullish "Box Trade". Video explanation.1) Trend changes with 10ema crossing the 30ma. In the example, DDD had a bearish crossover in late January. From this point we wait for a confirmed short signal at 2A) where we sell the first red candle. Loss of the KIRBY (volume by price) left panel gives us further confirmation.2B) Slow Stochastic SELL signal3) Falling below the KIRBY bar signals lowers pricesWe stay short or take only short positions when the 10ema (red line) is below the 30ma (blue line)4) Prices have based and appear to be setting up a bullish crossover. In the video DDD was used as an example the last time this setup occurred in 2013.

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