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Old 07-06-2011, 02:31 PM
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last big support in eur usd around 1.3970/90


see bulish+bearish ghost

is this the big signal to follow ???

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mittens ghost n eur usd range chart range 0.0010.8 ??
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i see some comments in web saying woodies club is a scam ?
any comment ???

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interesting article about CCI

CCI – Making it better | Tucker Report
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next page realy good inside CCI

Using the adaptive CCI in trading | Tucker Report
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last big support in eur usd around 1.3970/90


see bulish+bearish ghost

is this the big signal to follow ???


We have to view pattern in the context of the environment preceding the pattern.
In this case CCI was trending up as two solid trending areas of CCI (marked with blue histogram). In such a scenario when the CCI drops below ZL , a trending trader might think of going long again at possible ZLR , since the price still abv its MA.
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mittens ghost n eur usd range chart range 0.0010.8 ??

Yes two ghosts worked nice . Both happened at above +100 or below -100 . And price reversal happened after price moved in that direction for some time.
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really a must read this long but great article about CCI

topic of cycle inside CCI


The CCI was designed with the simple moving average (right there in the second line of the code) as a filter to pass the trend on to the rest of the formula so the mean deviation could be calculated based on this filtered result. I recall very early software packages having a 30 period CCI, but more common today is the 20 period. Most technicians believe that the ideal parameter for the CCI to be the length of one full cycle. A cycle is usually defined as the number of bars from low to low. If you measure from high to high there is not as much accuracy as there is usually translation of the tops of the cycles either left or right depending on the trend direction. Most momentum oscillators use a half cycle length as the input parameter. Since the CCI uses a moving average up front, a full cycle would be better to filter out the noise. There are some references on the internet that suggest Lambert originally intended the use of 1/3 of a cycle. I attended many seminars in the early 1980′s with much discussion on the relatively new CCI, and the full cycle length was universally accepted. I think the discrepancy is due to the fact that Lambert designed the CCI on a hand calculator without the means to test using a PC and trading software, which became available later. I think some of the contradictions on the internet are referencing his earliest writing. His idea of trading breakouts of the 100 lines, which was his original intent, would not be logical with a very short parameter. Once he could plot and test his results he would realize that the CCI would not stay long enough beyond the 100 lines to get the results he intended. But his original idea does become viable with a longer parameter. Since Lambert’s original idea tested out so poorly most traders began to use the indicator in an entirely different way than what was originally intended. Most traders seemed to use if for divergences, and for strategies involving re-entering the 100 lines, instead of breakouts beyond them. The 20 period lookback period became default in most software packages since most traders in the early days of trading software tested on daily data, and many would assume a 20 or 21 day cycle, as that is the number of trading days in a calendar. Of course cycles expand and contract, and don’t pay much attention to the calendar. The common use today in most chat rooms is to use a 14 period CCI, at least on intraday data. In my opinion, if you trade on a 14 period CCI you are trading mostly on noise. Sometimes the signals will work, but it is mostly by random chance if they do. Sometimes the cycles tighten up to be only 14 bars in length, but then the market is in chop and you probably shouldn’t be trading it unless you have a very short term scalping method.
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solution is adaptatice CCI

adaptative will follow the cycle of price ..
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On the above chart in the upper subgraph you’ll see the same adaptive CCI that has the moving average component. In addition I added a second moving average, the blue line, as a signal line, much like the signal line in an MACD. In the bottom subgraph I detrended the CCI on that moving average, so the zero line on the indicator in the bottom subgraph is the same as the blue line on the CCI in the top subgraph. It’s as if I pulled the blue line in the top graph like a string so it’s tight. Then the CCI line readjusts itself around the moving average. This method has some application when trading divergences. For example, observe the inverted head and shoulders after point #1. You can see on the right shoulder that the detrended CCI on the bottom was already positive and gave a clear reversal up when the CCI in the upper graph broke its neckline. Point #4 was also confirmed in a similar way. Point #3 had gone slightly positive for only a couple of bars, but the detrended CCI had been under the zero line for some time as that divergence was forming. The detrended CCI did not help the signal at point #2. Again, this method of detrending is only useful as confirmation for some types of signals. I offer it here as something to experiment with, however you might not find it to be of enough use to warrant taking up screen space, unless you trade divergences, or patterns that have a divergence component.


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i extracted parts of article not my brain ....... (for the moment )
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:43 PM
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WW = doble ghost = look for point 5

point 5 is a like a GB100 or tony trade

and need adaptative CCI to be perfect

some ghost with 2 heads

anybody have AFL code for adaptative CCI ??

thanks n good day
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adaptative CCI ( dont have exact parameters i understand there are a lot of settings ........)

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normal CCI 11 days as turbo line

divergence of 2 lines can help !

the red or grenn dots on the zero line is when range bar close over under
h+l+c avg 3 periods displaced fwd one
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