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SuperTrend works but only with lots of filters and risk management tools and these filters & tools have to be designed keeping in mind one's own trading style and time frame. With proper filters in place, it can be made into a robust system with approx 45-50% success rate in the long run.
Kindly elaborate with some examples for intra-day trading.


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Kindly elaborate with some examples for intra-day trading.
kindly go thru this interesting thread...

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I too find moving average strategies much better than super trend. MA crossovers will delay the entry...but MA slope and price crossing a single MA works well.

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Which MA crossover would you suggest ST Sir?

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Which MA crossover would you suggest ST Sir?

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Try 21 bars simple moving average.It is called holy grail .

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Supertrend will work fine..if u know where to use it and how
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Will it work for 1 hour charts Sir?

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Try 21 bars simple moving average.It is called holy grail .

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