Rules for the PulseScan Swing VIX Indicator
The "Black" Line is your normal daily Stochastic Oscillator.
The "Yellow" Line is your Signal line.
"Blue" Line is your Pulse line.
The "Red" Line is your Scan line.
The rules on the Black line is 100 = Extreme Overbought
This is common with the normal Stochastic Oscillator function. However, as a stand alone it can be
very misleading as it can stay overbought or oversold for an extended period and is prone to false signals.
on the Yellow line is +.29 = Overbought
+.40 = Extreme Overbought
-.29 = Oversold
-.40 = Extreme Oversold
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The rules on the Blue and Red line is - they both plot the current position of the market
and move in lag to the Yellow signal line. Remember, The Yellow line is the signal line that you follow for the current days
reading. NOTE: It is important to remember that the Yellow line often will lead the market 3-5 days out! So you
need confirmation with the daily price action. The PulseScan Swing Vix Indicator is an awsome stand alone indicator
and will work even better when used with MACD, ADX, and price action. As a trend following indicator its the best I've
ever seen. It has been able to predict major turning points in the Major indicies.
I think that you will find it most
helpful when used in conjunction to what ever you use now.
*"GAP-MOVE" ENTRY Days: These days are more common after
a significant rally or sell-off they appear during a brief period of consolidation within the trend. Watch & Wait for
the pullback toward Intra-Day SUPPORT/RESISTANCE to be confirmed before placing the "GAP-MOVE" LONG/SHORT ENTRY. Remember
to watch the market for the whipsaw that is more common on these days especially when taking on the reversal.
*NOTE: Remember to use tight 4.25 - 7.25 pt stop-losses in the E-mini S&P 500 if you decide to "DAY TRADE"
instead of taking the exact recommendation. Otherwise, use the recommended "Volatility Stop-loss". Also, watch for the GAP
on the Open and trade the RVSL accordingly
*"BREAK-OUT" ENTRY Days: These days are less common but have
a very high accuracy rate and are major trade signals. These types of breakouts tend to be very powerful moves and are typical
within the current market trend. Usually, they occur while in a brief consolidation within the current trend after a strong
move (but not always).
*"TRENDING" ENTRY Days: These are days were the market is expected
to rally after a pullback. It should be noted that although it is also possible to get whipsawed on trending days as the market
tends to run out of steam and consolidate intra-day these trades tend to yield substantial profits as the market begins to
break out into higher highs as the trend begins to resume.