The Brief Program is centered on exploiting the effects of classes of Algorithms (Algos) on price. This is not HFT (High Frequency Trading) but Algos operating in several time frames: from large weekly and daily timeframes, down to 1 minute and even on tick chart. Algos are present and active in high volume, modern markets: including Forex, some equity indexes futures, most Forex pairs, bond futures, some commodities and high volume stocks.
The presence of Algos and the observation of their effects on price allow the identification of simple, complete trading plans (the Ambush Trading System is offered along with other 2 effective trading systems in this program) with highly anticipated participation levels. Such anticipated participation is due to the combination of multiple factors: order flow, Smart Money participation, classes of Algorithms and helped by aggregate effects of Market Psychology. Beyond the reasons behind the validity and consistency of the FibStalker Levels, you will learn several ways (common measured moves, notable anchors, FibStalker patterns) to identify the levels well in advance, i.e. way before (weeks, days and hours, depending on the observed time frame) they are actually tested by price.
Presence of Algos in modern markets can be leveraged on small time frames to create a procedural, proprietary timing technique, called FibStalking Timing to verify the participation at the FibStalker Levels — often without money at risk. Thanks to the fractal nature of the markets – confirmed by the observed presence, activity and behavior of some classes of Algos on all timeframes, including the smallest ones, the resulting trading techniques can be used very effectively by Swing and Day traders alike. Advanced usage of the proprietary, procedural timing technique is also presented, discussed and showcased.
Algos on the smaller time frames follow similar rules as (those used to model such presence) on the larger time frames (e.g. daily and weekly time frames). The resulting price structure can be modeled, too and price behavior in the smaller time frames is used to confirm participation on the larger time frames creating an elegant and effective timing technique.
The Program also extends the content of the FibStalker Mini-Course by providing a fully specified, procedural, multi-time frame Overall Price Analysis process that is taught and can be reproduced by students to map how Algos are positioned in every market situation. This information is then used to perform Price Discovery (to understand what the market can do next), produce initial trading ideas, create and validate trading plans and finally filter those plans through Trading Systems.
A generic template called FibStalker Methods System is offered and 3 specifications for Trading Systems already written are also provided. Trading Systems can be used for paper or real money trading, developing confidence in the methods, testing and to modify and augment existing trading systems.
Finally, the Program offers all the information necessary to understand and correctly specify a Trading System using the concepts and “heavy lifting” already done in the Fibstalker Methods. The Program also offers innovative FibStalker Patterns that explains price behavior in the context of the modelling of Algos effects on the markets.