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o_banafa
7 posts
msg #105586
Ignore o_banafa
modified
3/21/2012 3:41:27 PM

Here the Answer

there is many indicators work Great with ((Trend))
Example: moving Averages , MACD , Aroon .... etc

and there is many indicators work Great with ((Trading Range))
Example: Stochastic, Rate of Change, and many more

Therefore, there must be a manually method to select the appropriate stocks in the backtesting results and exclusion the others until we get more accurate results .

thank you

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