The Holy Graph

That’s the name I would give my Stochastic Bars Mixed routine after receiving all the upgrades.

See my free Axel S. routine for a starting home kit.

In that article I spoke of how the market trends: by swapping the E-32 to one of the 28-pip displacements.

In this article I want to show how a cascade ends. The start is a send function of the Safety Axel, below it is the yellow dots.

Ignore the label, and try to spot the taper: when the distance between the spike low and the Axel S. becomes less than 11 pips, that is were and when tomorrow ends.

See, this is about convenience, so Seven-Eleven is the answer. The switch off around the E-32 is 7 pips, the outer Axels are 11. These are the basis of the arrows btw.

In a sideways market there are send functions playing pong. The shadow lines are 10 pips further, coming in at 38 pips from the E-32.

We just had another cascade down when the 3.8 Safety Shadow line got violated. There was a Taper that could have brought on a Send function, but hasn’t. The cascade continues until we see a serving from E-32 returned by the Safety line or the E-32 fails to hold 7 pips out.

With the system mentioned on this page the turning points for life investments become crystal clear.

The Scissors of Tapper Harley

Cut along the perforation only.

Why not be true to the origin of the indicator and find the heads? X for strike, check mark for qualified spike high / low.

About automating these signals:

The check marks are good entry points, but they are rare, 1H delay is suggested and price may move against you up to 36 pips.

The scissors are a weak signal, they require the current high to be lower or the current low to be higher, so there may be fake outs, and they are only guaranteed to take price back to the E-32 which may be as close as 26 pips.

The SEND signals are real time, and you may end up losing them after exceeding a travel length of 12 pips. Delay is suggested therefore and the 36 pips tolerance from the entry also applies here.