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Anti-Crisis Features
Trend Reversal
and Trend Retracement
Noise Removal
Lability Reversal and Lability Retracement
Stop Loss and Trailing Stop

In unstable market environment it is important to detect the point in which the trend changes its direction so that you could define the best time to buy/sell stocks.

The following screenshots show how Tradecision's Lability Reversal and Lability Retracement functions can predict the moment of trend reversal.

Lability Reversal Up: We can see the uptrend reverses into the downtrend at Boeing Company in May. 2008. At that very moment the LabilityReversalUp indicator has changed its value from 0 to 1 that means that trend is going to change its direction in the next few days.

Lability Reversal down: Similarly, the LabilityReversalDown indicator identified the bottom of the downtrend at Caterpillar Inc. in the end Oct. 2008 and changed its value from 0 to 1 on the next bar the reversal occurred.

Lability Retracement down: A great illustration of LabilityRetracementDown usage. It is obvious the market was moving down during May-Oct. 2008 at Dow Jones Industrial Average but in July the price retracement took place and LabilityRetracementDown indicator provided a signal about this correction by changing the value from 0 to 1.

Use Tradecision's Lability Reversal and Lability Retracement functions - be ready for unexpected change.



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