Trading Package Chart Features
Swing Trader Setups Trading Package
Chart Styles and Indicators
Swing Trading Setups Trading Package is a simple swing trading system. There are ONLY 2 Trade Setups to learn and evaluate. Trend Shift (directional change) and Retracement (pull backs). That's it.
Above Chart: Proprietary Algo Chart with Real Time Projected Price Alerts on the Charts before they Trigger.
Below Charts: Combined Lower Indicators Templates to Minimize Screen Space.
Upper Main Chart area we see 248.38 Long Trigger as the lower Red Zone Shifted into Green Zone Up Trend. Note the 2 Bigger Algo plots above were already Up Trending. So we had a Bigger Factor Up Trend in place and this was a Green Zone Retracement Setup
Above Chart is a Triple Factor Algo Chart that gives Traders a multiple look at the Stocks shorter term trends vs longer term trends in the upper area. This chart plots the Price Action of the 25 Factor and the short term trend in the smaller green Trend Plot. This is overlaid with the 50 Factor and 100 Factor plotted as well.
The lower area indicators include the STS Force for each of the above factor levels. The lower middle indicator is the 50 Factor Algo with continuing Strength into the end of the day in the left side. The next session of May 21st very bullish price action continued. (Traders have End of Day reports to find these conditions to prepare a Trade Watch List for the Next Session or enter a Swing Trade in the current session and capture the indicated bullish move into the next trading session. On the next session the lower indicator for the 100 Factor Algo increased to a bullish indication.
The 2 above charts are short term support and resistance charts plotting the current day session and the previous day's session Highs and Low prices, as well as many other key inflection points of interest. Yesterday Close Price, Today's Open Price, and VWAP.
Longer Time Frame Support and Resistance Charts
Above Longer Time Frame chart with a 25 Factor Algo Overlaid. Note the Golden Plot pull back to the Green Line Plot. The Green Line was a recent Resisted area and once crossed served as support on the pull back. This example is set to 10 minute to plot the Support and Resistance levels, when changed to longer time frames the Green and Pink support and resistance levels will change to plot longer term support and resistance levels. These Support and Resistance Plots work on any time frame input.
The Above Chart is a Support and Resistance chart with standard candles plotted on a 60 minute chart and plots longer term highs and lows looking back 12 to 30 days. Again the plots work on all time frames and can be changed to the traders preferences. Lower time frame charts will plot more recent support and resistance levels. Higher time frame charts will plot longer term support and resistance levels.
The longer term support and resistance plots can serve as a reference to form exit levels in Trading Plans.
This is covered in our Education and Training Webinars and Videos.
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