The Bressert Systems are unique in that they offer many, many entry and exit options that you can turn on or off at any time. We used these inputs to create what we call “Niche Systems” that are plug and play models.CycleTRADER FULL Input Systems –
CycleTRADER I – CycleTRADER #1 Full –
Uses the dbleStoch Indicator Group as its main Indicator entry and exit input option.
CycleTRADER II – CycleTRADER #2 Full –
Uses the RSI B-Line Indicator Group as its main Indicator entry and exit input option.
Both CycleTRADER Full Systems #1 & #2 use the exact same trade input options… the only difference will be the Bressert Indicator that it uses to enter the market.
CycleTRADER Niche Systems –
Cut versions of the FULL System
Niche CycleTRADER 1 Systems – We made many “Niche Systems” that are plug and play models.
The FULL CycleTRADER #1 and #2 have over 12 different ways to enter the market and with the Niche Systems, we created the best solution for each entry input.
View the Niche Systems –
- CT Cyan – ES #1
- 15 Min – Enter on Turn of the Bressert indicator above or below buy / sell lines
- CT Cyan – NQ #1
- 15 Min – Enter on Turn of the turn in the Bressert indicator above or below buy / sell lines
The idea with the Niche Systems is to create many entry ideas that have 80 to 90% probability of making money.
Each one may only trade 1 times a day, then group them together as a portfolio.
There is no one system that works all day long and this will help give you the best odds of making money. Each system will look for the one pattern that has worked in the past to trade the future time frames and markets.
- More Information – CycleTRADER Systems
- Q&A – CycleTRADER Systems
- CycleTRADER Input Values – Description of each input
- NinjaTrader Inputs – Understand General System Inputs
- Back Testing Systems – Optimize – Forward – Real Time
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