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Cyclical analysis for traders and investors
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suited to index options and E-mini futures traders. Our intraday cyclical projections are
delivered twice a day. Below is a recent forecast. For a full explanation of this unique technology please go to
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The chart shown above is an example of a recent projection on the 60-minute S&P cash. The pink middle line is the projection, accompanied by an upper and lower band to indicate when prices reach extremes. The middle line is the actual market action as represented by our detrended oscillator, similar to an RSI (Relative Strength Index).
The best trading opportunities tend to arise when prices are hitting the upper or lower band of the projection while the cycle pressure is turning in the opposite direction. Additionally, when both the 15- and 60-minute projections are pointing in the same direction, the confidence level is increased. Brief commentary will accompany the forecasts. Of course if you already have a successful methodology our projections can enhance it. Try it out for two weeks with no obligation. It costs you nothing to see if it improves your performance.
Frequently Asked Questions
The most frequent question is, what is represented on the
Y axis since it is not price? Basically we are tracking and forecasting an
oscillator that is very similar to RSI (Relative Strength Index). It
always stays between 0 and 100. By converting price movements to a 0-100
scale it detrends the data and makes cyclical forecasting more accurate and
efficient. The period of the RSI (e.g. 21 day) we are forecasting is the
first number in the series of numbers in the bottom right corner of each
projection. (The third and fourth numbers show the number of data points
analyzed, and then number of cycles we are using to make the projection).
Since we are by definition, then, forecasting RSI for all practical purposes one
needs to become familiar with it and how it mirrors actual price activity.
I recommend you put up an RSI indicator along with your favorite chart to
compare how it moves relative to the underlying market. RSI peaks usually
precede price peaks, and RSI troughs usually precede market bottoms. This
must be taken into consideration when using the CPO to trade.