Proven Strategies That Keep You Ahead of the Market

Jam packed with tools and studies to help you confirm historic seasonal price patterns and cycles, the Advanced Seasonal Cycles library comes with 7 functions, 2 studies, 4 templates and 1 custom chart page.

Analysis of seasonal price patterns and tendencies helps you to confirm where buying and selling opportunities are likely to occur. Review past cycle trends or identify a current market cycle with easy to use tools. Display past cycles as a chart overlay while reviewing a current cycle trend or review past cycles in terms of percent change, ratio, bar number, composite and more. Filter trades, search for leverage, and find single or complex pattern cycles for any market you desire.

  •  Put probabilities in your favor with over 40 years of historical data charted with multiple seasonal methods.
  •  Be on the correct side of the trend.
  •  Know in advance exactly when a market trends higher, lower or sideways.
  •  Take control of your trading plan now, and get more consistent winning results.
  •  Verify the effect of seasonal trends on any market.
  •  Use the seasonal library as a filter and then apply your favorite technical indicators and trading methods.
  •  Before committing precious capital, know the bias of the market.
  •  Increase your trading efficiency and accuracy.

The Cloud or “Kumo” is the most dominating feature of this type of chart.

The Senkou Span A (green), which is the average of the Kijun and Tenkan lines, and the Senkou Span B (red), based off the 52 day high to low range, form the Cloud.

This chart shows the S&P 500 Index (Trade Navigator Symbol: $SPX) on a daily bar period. The market has broken above the cloud and Span A is rising above Span B, creating a bullish trend in the market.

This chart it shows the Dow Jones Industrial Average (Trade Navigator Symbol: $DJIA) on a daily bar period. The market has broken below the cloud and Span A is falling below Span B creating a bearish trend in the market.

The Tenkan (blue) and Kijun (red) lines are based off of the high to low range of the last 9 and 26 days. Much like the MACD, these lines are useful for showing momentum in the market. The theories behind these lines are used much like a crossover in the MACD.

The forex pairing of the U.S. Dollar compared to the Japanese Yen (Trade Navigator symbol: $USD‐JPY) is displayed based on daily bars. The first crossover of the Tenkan line below the Kijun line occurs at the top of the cloud. Once the market closes outside of the cloud a downtrend is confirmed.

This chart shows Verizon Communications Inc. (Trade Navigator Symbol: VZ) on a daily bar. The overall trend in the market is up with the market being above the green Cloud. The market then pulls back to the Cloud and closes below the Kijun line showing the market has reached a short term oversold area.

Chicago Wheat (Trade Navigator Symbol: W2‐067) is displayed in this chart, based on a daily bar. The overall trend in the market is down when the market reaches a tipping point. The market then crosses over the Kijun line, signifying an overbought area. The prices try to reach the Cloud but never make it and then cross below the Kijun line in mid‐March. Soon after, the Tenkan line crosses below the Kijun line to confirm the bearish move.

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