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S2BU2 Stochastic Momentum Convergence Divergence

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Please do not take my work and sell it under your own name. This was created to benefit everyone - not one person. Feel free however to use it as part of whatever work you wish to sell (of course i would applaud also giving ideas away for free - your choice though ;)

What it is:
This is a twist on the stochastic momentum indicator . It combines the classic stochastic momentum with a slow moving trendline to improve the warning signal for the end of a trend

How it works:
The classic Stochastic Momentum indicates an uptrend when the smi crosses above the signalline and conversely a downtrend when it crosses below.
The improved indicator also shows trend sustainability by displaying a vertical line when the trendline and signal line cross each other. Trendline above signalline indicates a sustained uptrend, trendline below signalline indicates a sustained downtrend.

How to use:
Note this is only a recommendation and not advice. Feel free to experiment and adjust the indicator to fit your tradingstyle. This is only my personal setup. Feel free to share your findings.
Set Alerts for crossovers between smi and signal on 1h and 4h. Also set alerts for crossovers between trend and signal on 4h.
(again, no advice - think for yourself!)
If smi and signal crossdown -> short
If smi and signal crossup -> long
If trend and signal crossdown between top and middle line-> major short
If trend and signal crossup between bottom and middle line -> major long
If trend and signal cross anywhere else -> get out and wait for a new signal

You could also stay in a trend for as long as the trendline does not crossover on the 4h. This works well for major trends and indicates very well the end it.
The end of a major trend is not necessarily the start of a major uptrend - there can and probably will be a consolidation phase.
This does not work well in a choppy market, do not keep a trade going until trend crossover if the market is choppy - you will mostly close with losses!

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