SBV Technical Analysis - Trading Volume with Confidence
Simple Trading System on SBV
+18 points on the S&P 500 index futures
1 point on the index = $50 on 1 emini contract
10 point on the index = $5,000 on 10 emini contracts
5-day view. 1 bar = 5 minutes. SBV Histogram(20,9)
In our trading example, we applied the following simple system which is based on our SBV Histogram:
- Once the SBV Histogram has advanced above zero level (after having been below that level), we will enter a long position;
- Once the SBV Histogram has fallen below a zero level (after having been above that level), we will enter a short position;
- Close Position at the end of a trading session.
- Do not open a new position if less than a half of our left to the market close.
Detailed system description with explanation of used rules could be found in our "SBV Trading System" tutorial.
|07/14/2014||10:20||Rule #2||Sell Short||1971.50||-2.00|
|11:10||Rule #2||Sell Short||1973.50||+2.50|
|07/15/2014||10:10||Rule #2||Sell Short||1970.00||+8.25|
|14:30||Rule #2||Sell Short||1968.00||0.00|
|10:45||Rule #2||Sell Short||1971.25||-2.00|
|13:45||Rule #2||Sell Short||1975.00||+0.50|
|10:55||Rule #2||Sell Short||1972.75||+6.50|
|14:05||Rule #2||Sell Short||1962.00||+8.50|
|07/18/2014||Rule #2||Sell Short||1964.75||-2.50|
|Rule #2||Sell Short||1968.50||-2.50|
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