VERA TREND SIGNALS

 

The GTI VERA Trend Signals indicator, based on the VERA - Volatility Explosion Relatively Adjusted theory, works at any time frame.

 

IT SHOULD BE USED WITH OHLC BARS.

 

Color Line (cyan): Area Stops for upward trend
Color Line (magenta): Area Stops for downward trend


Step Open Line Color (Orange): Low risk entry area
Green and Darkened arrows: Signal change of trend (upward or downward)
Rose Circle: possible uptrend exhaustion
Olive Circle: possible downtrend exhaustion


Circles can be used in two ways:
1. Zone profit taking (usually overnight position)
2. Zone alert where you should set the stop or trailing stop


Lime or Red Arrow: Re-entry marker and/or trend confirmation
OHLC Bar Colors: Red (downward), Green (upward), Grey (Neutral)

VERA TREND SIGNALS

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VERA EMAVG GTI

 

The GTI VERA EMAVG study shows a moving average adjusted for the intraday trading, which enables decision making as soon as the market opens or when intraday gaps occur. It is similar to a typical moving average, except it provides better adjustment by employing the VERA - Volatility Explosion Relatively Adjusted theory.

VERA EMAVG GTI1

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VERA BANDS

 

The GTI VERA Bands methodology make it easy to identify trends.

 

IT SHOULD BE USED WITH OHLC BARS.

 

Color (Cyan) Upward Trend, Color (Magenta) Downward trend
Vera Average: Market price reference zone


Upper Limit: Trailing Stop for short positions
Lower Limit: Trailing Stop for long positions
Red and Green Arrow: Entry point for longs and shorts.


Orange Triangle: VERA ALERT which can be used in two ways:
1. Take Profit (usually overnight position)
2. Volatility Explosion Alert to set the stop or trailing stop


Cyan or Magenta Triangle: Re-entry marker and/or trend confirmation
OHLC Bars: Red (downward), Green (upwards), Grey (Neutral)

 

VERA BANDS

 

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VERA Cvg Dvg

The GTI VERA Convergence Divergence Indicator inspired by the well-known MACD, specially modified to eliminate the noise by applying the VERA - Volatility Explosion Relatively Adjusted theory. While it is most useful in hours and minute graphs, especially in stocks and ETFs that usually have unexpected and big changes, it is generally useful to detect trend-exhaustion. It is more precise when detecting convergence and divergence trend of any asset, eliminating any delay by announcing the change of trend to positive in green and to negative in red.

VERA CVG DVG

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VERA RIBBON MAVG

The GTI VERA Ribbon Moving Averages study shows multiple moving averages modified with the VERA - Volatility Explosion Relatively Adjusted theory along with the VERA Width Oscillator. The different MA sampling frames are calculated with an arithmetic gradient. Bullish (green) or bearish (red) trends are highlighted. If the Width Oscillator is cyan it indicates an uptrend, or if it is magenta, a downtrend. The oscillator is accompanied by red circles (bear) and green circles (bullish) on the chart

ribbon

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