WhippStoch is an Elite Level Indicator. WhippStoch is based on the original Stochastics with a mathematical twist and an enhancement on visuals.
WhippStoch is originally based on Stochastics and we have calculated the indicator in a rather visually pleasing way to enhance trend and reversal signal identification.
In this example we have EURUSD as the master chart on the Daily time frame.
**ON THE CHART INDICATORS**
In this example we are Utilising Whipp Candles in the Panel at the bottom with the Integration of the Candle colouring for Whipp Candles over the normal candle colours.
Whipp Candles give strength to what is happening in relation to multiple indicators like WhippTrend, RVOL/Price and our version of TSI over multiple time frames and then gives the current time frame a rank from -6 to +6. This is where the colouring and strength of colouring comes in. Whipp Candles and the base settings are fully adjustable so you can utilise on all time frames
Overlaid over the Whipp Candles (Panel) is this indicator WhippStoch (drag and drop style to save space!).
In the examples here for WhippStoch we have highlighted Buys and Sells with Green Buy and Red Sell signal vertical lines for the RVOL/Price indicator. You can see paired with WhippStoch and Whipp Candles it is extremely powerful. With our education and our risk management, just these three simple indicators would see you profitable and beating the markets.
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