LT Sigma Trades With Momentum | Identifying Extremes With Sigma Analysis

The LT Sigma Indicator shows potential “extremes” in market moves as well as points of “fair value”. For examle we can learn how to spot extremely overbought or extremely oversold conditions. This can keep you safe and protect you from entering the market at the worst possible time.

We combine sigma with momentum to identify high probability and strategic entry points for better trades. See this video:

Another good thing about LT Sigma is that it is NOT composed of “oscillators” (e.g. other indicators such as RSI, stochastics, MACD and so on which are all oscillators). It also has nothing to do with Bollinger bands.

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By Alessio Rastani

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