5. Walter Bressert's Best Trade

Walter would look for a sensitive indicator to retrace to it's buy/sell zone that is opposite a more solid indicator. 

The sensitive indicator he used was his DoubleStoch 5 length indicator we call the Green Line - When the GreenLine indicator got into the opposite buy or sell zone of the more solid indicator, he faded this in the direction of the more solid directional indicator.

The solid indicator he used was the B-Line (Bressert Line). We now call this Alpha Red Line (solid indicator).

The model is to wait for the GreenLine to enter its buy/sell zone(s) and trade in the direction of the Red Line.  

In other words, when the Red Line is on top of the sell zone, and the Green Line is in the bottom buy zone, the model is to buy the market. Vice Versa for a sell model.


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