Saturday, April 17, 2010

The CCI and CMF

I'm loving these 2 indicators. They've been very profitable the last few weeks, not for the TSP for me yet, but for my personal account. When the CCI or CMF is decreasing, draw a subjective resistance line, and when it rises above that line, buy. Conversely, when the CCI/CMF are rising, draw a subjective line as support and when it falls below, sell. Here are some of the stocks I've been playing. The last chart shows some potential SPY buy & sell signals. Sometimes the CCI works better, sometimes the CMF. When they both show a signal, confidence is even higher.





SPY with fictitious/hypothetical signals...

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