Trend Rotation

Trend Rotation Reg

Each of the Trend Rotation Reg oscillators represent the relationship (sum) of a fast and slow moving average relative to the chart in a higher or equal user defined time frame, and of a user defined type (simple, exponential, etc.). The vertical axis is relative to the chart.

Trend Rotation SD

The Trend Rotation SD (standard deviation) study is like above, but a normalized version where the oscillator is plotted on a standard deviation scale. For example, if an oscillator reaches +3, that is a three standard deviation move allowing the trader to get information from the magnitude of each of the oscillators visually in relation to scale where the vertical axis is not relative to the chart.

Trend Rotation Reg (top) and Trend Rotation SD (bottom)

Trend rotation tool reveals when to target price rotations. Trend Rotation is all rotation time frame moving average relationships on one study. Includes a built-in paintbar study for corresponding candle colors. This tool is especially useful to reveal when to target intraday price rotations. The goal behind the Rotation tool study group is to catch “snap back to the mean” moves that happen nearly every day.

Use the Trend Rotation Tool for faster turns and utilize for important key moving averages in six time frames to get a cleaner market path, more consistency, and with less stress.

John Carter's Rotation Tool suite debuts with his Quick Hits class designed to give a trader a quick visual confirmation without having to look at multiple charts, reveals when Quick Hits signals are lined up across time; and bar colors change to bright green or bright red when all six-time frames are aligned.

Works well for intraday trend reversals and will help focus on hitting monetary targets each day instead of sitting through multi day moves. Study is based on the idea of consistency over less frequent 'big winners'.

Rotation oscillators

Each Rotation oscillator is rising or falling based on a relationship between a 'fast' and a 'slow' moving average and is color coded to one of the six higher or equal time frames.

Color Price

Color Price is enabled by default. Colors of bars change as the oscillators start to roll. For instance, the first green bar means one of the oscillators is rolling over. The candle colors will represent the amount oscillators agreement. If less than four oscillators are in agreement the candles are painted grey. Otherwise, candle colors will be as follows.

Candle color for falling oscillators:

  • Dark red = 4 of 6 oscillators in agreement

  • Light red = 5 of 6 oscillators in agreement

  • Orange = 6 of 6 oscillators in agreement

Candle color for rising oscillators:

  • Dark green = 4 of 6 oscillators in agreement

  • Green = 5 of 6 oscillators in agreement

  • Light / Lime green = 6 of 6 oscillators in agreement

Note that for the condition of rising or falling bias to be met, only the required number of oscillators need to be rising or falling together regardless of their relationship to the zero line.

About - Squeeze Rotation tool study

https://intercom.help/simpler-trading/en/articles/6562589

Squeeze Rotation settings

https://intercom.help/simpler-trading/en/articles/6562837

About - Squeeze Rotation Signal tool study

https://intercom.help/simpler-trading/en/articles/6562425

Squeeze Rotation Signals settings

https://intercom.help/simpler-trading/en/articles/6562463

Trend Rotation settings

https://intercom.help/simpler-trading/en/articles/6563174

About - Trend Rotation Signals tool study

https://intercom.help/simpler-trading/en/articles/6565332

Trend Rotation Signals settings

https://intercom.help/simpler-trading/en/articles/6565356

Rotation - Time Frames

https://intercom.help/simpler-trading/en/articles/6609770

Did this answer your question?