EDIT: This is the second version of this weekly analysis that is online. For the first version, I messed up with the config, creating partially wrong data and wrong results. Found this out after the article was online already, by looking at the charts which showed partially crappy signals. In case Michael Covell reads this (haha in my dreams :)): I finally found a use case for charts: find obvious bugs in a trading system implementation. This is now the corrected version, the first one being offline.
So, here we go with the shiny new 0.2.0 version of the software, did anything change for the weekly ichimoku overview? No, not really. I took the chance of slightly renaming the symbols, but this was pure config file editing, the tables and charts look like they used to. With the one exception that I'd like to welcome Spring, so I switched back to the light theme for my charts. Hope you don't hate it too much.
In the past week 18 signals in 11 markets were triggered:
If you would like to play around with the system that is used to generate the signals and charts on this blog, you can do so! In March 2017 I released ichinscratchy v0.2.0, my very own trading system software. You can find it under http://spare-time-trading.de/en/trading-system. The next release is already under development, consistenly fixing bugs and adding new features.