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Traders Active Zone (Bullish)

by Gilari Decosta, 1441 days ago
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Many swing traders believe that the best entry point is when the close pice is between sma(close,10) and sma(close,20).It is here that short term correction end and current trend resume its current up movement.The filter that sma(10) >sma(20) ensure that current trend is up.
A filter of weekly time frame is added here to avoid the trap of weekly correction.The concept behind this filter has been got from the famous Book "SWING TRADING" by reputed author Mr Marc Rivalland.
Copy the result of this screener in a watch list and make an Entry when it close above ema(20)




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