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In my following thread I have discussed the 2 MA method. But it needs separate attention along with lots of charts.

Pivot Trading Thread

I do not want to disturb the Pivot thread.

So for that reason starting a new thread..


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Default Re: 2 MA Method- easier part of "Pivot Method"

2 MA was discussed in post number 789

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Default Re: 2 MA Method- easier part of "Pivot Method"

Setup is like this:
It is double time frame system:

Like: Day chart with weekly chart; 3 min/ 5 min chart with 15 min chart; 15 min chart along with 60 min chart
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Default Re: 2 MA Method- easier part of "Pivot Method"

Previously I was using this Setup:

We will use SMA 21 & EMA 8 in both Time frame chart.

When in higher TF chart; price above both the MA line, buy in lower TF when price break out of the both line above it.

When in higher TF price below both the MA line, sell the lower TF when price break down / break a pivot low (when price below both MA line in Lower TF).

I will post some charts for this setup.

After some analysis, I am now using 9 EMA & 21 EMA.
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Default Re: 2 MA Method- easier part of "Pivot Method"

It is very easy setup if you know & remember the Rally & Decline.
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Default Re: 2 MA Method- easier part of "Pivot Method"

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NF 60 min chart:

NF 15 min Chart:

At point A, in 60 min chart you can see that price move over the sideways move of the previous days- also move above both the MA line.

Now look into 15 min chart:

Entry above point A, SL two bar low; 1st ADD over point C;
From entry point look for rule of Rally and decline;

We will get out when there will be decline or our exit rule of what ever I have told previously.

second add over point D -some how half cut in the picture.

Point E still no decline, one bar after point E, decline not confirmed..

At point G, exit.
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Default Re: 2 MA Method- easier part of "Pivot Method"

Rally
What is Rally?
It is the upward movement of the candlestick chart bars.

Decline

Decline is the downward movement of the candlestick chart bars.
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Default Re: 2 MA Method- easier part of "Pivot Method"

In Rally: Most important is higher low

In Decline: Most Important is Lower High.

Meeting point of Rally and Decline is the "PIVOT". We call it Minor Pivot.
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Default Re: 2 MA Method- easier part of "Pivot Method"

Picture of Rally and Decline:



Point one to Point two- Rally, Price moving higher- important is higher low. One more important point is see in Rally there is a Red Bar also- do not get confuse, in Rally, there can be Red bar, the colour is not important, the price movement important.


From Point four to Five- price moving down, so it is Decline. Here also note that one green bar is there - but it is 4 to 5 is Decline.
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Example of Rally:



Example of Minor Pivot:


At point one it is Minor Pivot.- Meeting point of Rally & Decline.

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