Read mode for the CHARTS:
T&T LT d : daily Long Term indicator (6 month+) showing a bull trend above 0 (green) or a bearish one below 0 (red), For 0, it still get the previous color trend.
T&T ST trend : short term indicator (1 month+) showing a bull trend above 0 (green) or a bearish one below 0 (red), For 0, it still get the previous color trend.
T&T osc* : First of all, to get a bullish trend , we need an oscillator above 1. Secondly : the red or green moving average MA shows the oscillator momentum . The cross between the indicator and the MA can be used as a trading signal. To be more efficient, you may open a bull trade only if the indicator and the cross happen above 1. When the indicator is above 1 and the cross indicates a sell signal, it is not a sell signal, it is only time to close the trade.
T&T cumul position : it is a synthesis of several ST and LT T&T indicators: it gives an idea of the trend and its strength.
T&T CMF : Chaikin money flow indicates accumulation (green) or distribution (red) volume.
On the main chart, we use a channel made of two moving averages to determine the trend. We need a close above the upper one to become bullish. On the opposite, a close below the lowest moving average and we get a bearish signal (red) . If a buying trade is already running and then the price comes down between the 2 moving averages, you can accumulate more positions as long as we don’t see a close below the lowest moving average.
We use also 3 sophisticated moving averages. (small, medium and large red dashes). Even if they their parameters are implemented to get a longer perspective, they are conceived to be also short term sensitive. Very often, they are useful as a projected support or resistance.
IMPORTANT : our methodology is a mixed approach with results extracted from: trend following models, support-resistance levels, quantitative trend profile based on all index components. Don’t be surprised if sometimes, the T&T trend appearing on the chart is different than the one indicated in the table with the ST,MT and LT trend and their own reversal levels.