This is a discussion on 3*13=39 trading strategy within the Technical Analysis forums, part of the Methods category; Found this in my database. I have no idea where I have got it from. A Simple Moving Average Trading ...

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 Feb 24, 2001, 10:00pm #2 Joined Nov 2000 superb post Thanks Doc, Another useful strategy to add to the collection.
Nov 9, 2010, 1:08am   #3
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"The intermediate trend is in the direction of the 39 MA which acts like a moving trend line. If the 39 MA is pointing up then the intermediate trend is up, if down the trend is down. If the 39 MA is horizontal the market is in a range, from which a trend will, sooner or later, emerge. "

How can I program the identification of the three stages of a trend, up or down or neutral of a MA time series? What are some of the techniques used to objectively define these using math or statistics or curve fitting?

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 Jan 15, 2011, 4:59am #4 Joined May 2010 Re: 3*13=39 trading strategy thank you
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Sep 13, 2011, 9:17am   #6

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You got this from me!
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Sep 13, 2011, 9:23am   #7

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 Originally Posted by philhackett You got this from me!

Well spotted Phil.

Still - 10 years too late.

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 Sep 14, 2011, 4:17pm #8 Joined May 2011 Re: 3*13=39 trading strategy I'm aware this is a decade old thread. How do you use the 200 ma?
 Sep 7, 2014, 2:22am #9 Joined May 2003 The 3x13x39 SMA method originated with me. I also combine it with DiNapoli MACD and DiNapoli preferred Stochastics. When both indicators agree you may trade with confidence; the DMACD will give a clear exit signal which means you may remain in the trade even if it looks as though the trade has been ended by the Stochastic. I trade with GFTUK. __________________ Trading is simple; but it isn't easy!Homer
Sep 7, 2014, 2:26am   #10

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 Originally Posted by dan1986ccfc I'm aware this is a decade old thread. How do you use the 200 ma?
Combine it with a 50 SMA. When the 50 SMA crosses the 200 SMA upwards it is called a Golden Cross i.e. the market is Bullish and if it crosses downwards it is a Dead Cross and Bearish. Use it with different times i.e. 5-15-30-60 minutes to ascertain the strength of the trend.
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Sep 7, 2014, 6:14am   #11
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 Originally Posted by philhackett Combine it with a 50 SMA. When the 50 SMA crosses the 200 SMA upwards it is called a Golden Cross i.e. the market is Bullish and if it crosses downwards it is a Dead Cross and Bearish. Use it with different times i.e. 5-15-30-60 minutes to ascertain the strength of the trend.
For solving a problem,at least two variables are required,and two must be corelated---here twos are price,volume but are they related to each other,in bull mkt,price is up,volume is up,price is down,volume is down---but in bear mkt,price is up,volume is down.. so p/v r separately interperated and so the chances of error is large.So it is like an arts.Moving avgs r just indications of new trend but whether it is about to end or just ov/bought,ov/sold,it is uncertain.

Sep 13, 2015, 9:25pm   #12

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You got this from me

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 Originally Posted by rag_g "The intermediate trend is in the direction of the 39 MA which acts like a moving trend line. If the 39 MA is pointing up then the intermediate trend is up, if down the trend is down. If the 39 MA is horizontal the market is in a range, from which a trend will, sooner or later, emerge. " How can I program the identification of the three stages of a trend, up or down or neutral of a MA time series? What are some of the techniques used to objectively define these using math or statistics or curve fitting?
You got this from me a long time ago.
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Sep 24, 2015, 1:01am   #13

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 Originally Posted by philhackett You got this from me. It works very well if the rules are adhered to.

I'll second that. Used in conjunction with decent money management it's a simple and potentially very profitable system which lends itself to easy EOD scanning. I've been using something almost identical for quite a while. Very well explained and laid out by philhackett who is to be commended for his generosity.
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 Sep 24, 2015, 11:09am #14 Joined Jun 2004 In any multiple ma,system you need to set the ma.s to reflect fast , med ,long term and it can be a steady system if used with some common sense Check,out the 3 ducks from captain currency here at t2win Caps been doing this,forever I also have talked about a 3 ma or TF system using my fxcorrelator .....I think the word doc is in my links N __________________ FXCorrelator http://www.trade2win.com/boards/fore...ml#post3035670 3 Duck Corrie http://www.trade2win.com/boards/fore...ml#post2773474 more goodies http://www.trade2win.com/boards/fore...ml#post2443624
Sep 24, 2015, 11:11am   #15

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 Originally Posted by philhackett You got this from me a long time ago.
I've seen 3 13 39 before as well"......

Wasn't it nanningbob. At FF. ?

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