I've worked with Heikin-Ashi candles before and feel they give some pretty clean entry signals. Consecutive (though not overly ) HA candles gives a good entry point if taken just above support levels and with an increase in . Exit when the Fishertransform crosses under the signal line.
Feedback and questions are encouraged! TIA, Rich
I'm sorry if I misunderstood, my comment was not meant to be rude or to discourage comments. I tried to emphasize the importance of proper back testing or real time trading when using a strategy.
Please go ahead and give the publisher your feedback
To me it seems that I am considering Price action, trend validation, and an uptick in volume in my entry criteria.
It would be great to get feedback on potentially better methods/indicators to measure these three things. And, any opinions on whether it might be beneficial to incorporate another type of indicator or two - such as A momentum indicator, or an overbought/oversold indicator?
Whereas, I don't want this trading method to become unduly complicated. I would like to hear what has and hasn't worked in other people's trading systems.
Another question: could anyone recommend another trader here who has a similar style to mine (an indicator based strategy) that I could read the posts of and possibly contact?
Thanks for you help, Rich