Gordon has programmed this NinjaTrader 7 (NT8 not available yet) indicator and it is ONLY $25. This is so we can easily see if our the Slinky Anchor chart is in line to take our Slinky entry off our smaller framed entry chart. If you have been using a filter chart you have probably noticed it is sometimes difficult to tell if the Red line is in over bought or over sold. This indicator will do the work for you, it will tell you Long, Long ob, Short, Short os so it is much easier to see what entry direction we are looking for.
If you are interested in Gordon's other indicator, EZ Stoch Signals, which marks an arrow on the Stochastics when we might get a Slinky Advanced Entry opportunity CLICK HERE
This set up is in the ebook package or many of you learned it by attending one of my Slinky Webinars. We use a Double Stochastic (as described in the ebook and Webinar Recordings on the Slinky) to filter out our Slinky entries.
Here is a short video that explains the indicator CLICK HERE TO VIEW
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You will notice on the Anchor chart above on the left it is telling us we are looking for shorts so we would be looking for short entries off the chart on the right. At the time of breaking below the Super Trend Stop on the 4Range chart (chart on the right) our Anchor chart was telling us we are looking for shorts so this would be a valid Slinky short off the 4Range chart marked with the white arrow.
You will notice on the Anchor chart above on the left it is telling us we are looking for longs and that the red line is in over bought which is still valid for our long entries off of the entry chart on the right. We get a close above the Super Trend Stop on the 4Range entry chart and the Anchor is telling us Longs ob so we can take this buy off the 4Range chart.
You will notice on the Anchor chart on the left it is telling us we are looking for longs and that the red line is in over bought which is still valid for our long entries off of the entry chart on the right.
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