This Thursday was a pretty busy one, signal-wise. Out of the investment universe of currently 20 symbols, 7 created a strong signal (2 short vs 5 long).

The Ichimoku system generated those new strong signals today (daily timeframe):

  • Coffee
  • DAX
  • DOW
  • Hang Seng
  • Orange Juice
  • Soy

Interestingly the german DAX created a long, while at the same time the DOW JONES created a short signal. Usually the smaller german index is kind of following his bigger brother. Sometimes it doesn't, obviously :)

For details of the generated system see output below. The trading system used is currently under heavy development, the signal generation already works and is considered stable (see weekly ichimoku analysis). Coming soon: Continous monitoring of those trades and exit rules. I am currently working on implementing the chandelier stop, a volatility-base stop loss (a simple percentage trailing sl is already working, but not used by myself).

An excerpt from the output generated by my program:

==== Executable signal: 2016-10-20  Coffee  long  Tenkan/Kijun Cross  Golden X at 156.12 --> executed!
==== Executable signal: 2016-10-20  DAX  long  Senkou Cross  2016-11-27 at 10701.40 --> executed!
==== Executable signal: 2016-10-20  DOW  short  Kumo breakout  from rising Kumo at 18178.30 --> executed!
==== Executable signal: 2016-10-20  EURSTOXX  long  Senkou Cross  2016-11-27 at 3074.55 --> executed!
==== Executable signal: 2016-10-20  HSeng  long  Chikou Cross  2016-09-12 at 23290.60 --> executed!
==== Executable signal: 2016-10-20  OJuice  long  Chikou Cross  2016-09-14 at 195.50 --> executed!
==== Executable signal: 2016-10-20  Soy  short  Kumo breakout  from falling Kumo at 975.62 --> executed!

For the visually-biased amongst my audience, the corresponding charts:

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  • DAX_contrastDAX_contrast
  • DOW_contrastDOW_contrast
  • EURSTOXX_contrastEURSTOXX_contrast
  • HSeng_contrastHSeng_contrast
  • OJuice_contrastOJuice_contrast
  • Soy_contrastSoy_contrast

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