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Introducing, The VC PMI Automated Algorithmic Trading System Featured in TS

Monday, December 4, 2017 | 01:30PM PST 

Expert: Patrick MontesDeOca

Hosted by: EMA2Trade

CEO of EMA2TradeLiveSignals.com, offers an overview of the Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator. This intelligent algorithmic trading system deploys a range of analytical tools to analyze and day trade five futures contracts: gold, silver, soybeans, E-Mini S&P 500, crude oil, gold mining shares and 3x velocity ETF’s like JNUG, USLV and SPY. The system is completely automated, comprehensive and highly predictive.

Patrick MontesDeOca
Is a widely published technical analyst, author, commodity trader, trading coach and systems developer with expertise in algorithmic intelligence and the computer modeling of processes. He custom builds proprietary market intelligence reports that are customized for each individual or institution’s trading objectives.

After more than 30 years in the financial market business, MontesDeOca has developed a unique and automated trading tool based on a combination of Elliott Wave, Fibonacci, WD Gann and Vedic Mathematics. This proprietary trading tool, the VC Price Momentum Indicator, is a revolutionary trading tool that identifies major cyclical changes and trading opportunities in the commodities and financial markets with unprecedented accuracy.

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Beware And Prepare, Gold And Silver Have Arrived!

 

 

Summary

Gold met the sell 1 target I set in our November 14 report of $1,281.

Our algorithm indicates that since gold closed above the weekly trend average price of $1,284, the gold market has turned bullish for the upcoming week.

If the market closes above $1,317, we are looking at a new price fractal, which is anticipating a rally in the gold market up to $1,326 next week.

inSilver, the VC PMI, tells us that, based on the weekly price indicator being bullish, to take profits on long positions at the sell 1 level of $17.57 and the sell 2 levels at $17.78.

I would like to review the report we published in Seeking Alpha on November 14, 2017.

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The VC PMI “Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator” with Patrick MontesDeOca

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The VC PMI “Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator” with Patrick MontesDeOca

Join us on December 4, at 4:30 pm EST, as Patrick MontesDeOca,
CEO of EMA2TradeLiveSignals.com, offers an overview of the VC PMI. The Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator. This intelligent algorithmic trading 
system deploys a range of analytical tools to analyze and day trade five futures contracts: gold, silver, soybeans, E-Mini S&P 500, crude oil, gold mining shares and 3x velocity ETF’s like JNUG, USLV and SPY. The system is completely automated, comprehensive and highly predictive. 
After more than 30 years in the financial market business, MontesDeOca has developed a unique and automated trading tool based on a combination of Elliott Wave, Fibonacci, WD Gann and Vedic Mathematics. This proprietary trading tool, the VC Price Momentum Indicator, is a revolutionary trading tool that identifies major cyclical changes and trading opportunities in the commodities and financial markets with unprecedented accuracy.

MontesDeOca, has spent more than three decades trading all types of markets, beginning in 1974 as a legal, banking and trading advisor for several major Latin American coffee exporters. During the 1980s he became a member of the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, and the New York Mercantile. He also served as a consultant and technical analyst for the Mexican government. He created the MCTS Markets Commentary, an advanced automated and technically oriented market letter for the financial and commodity markets published daily in Consensus Magazine since 2003. He is a widely published author, technical analyst and commentator in SeekingAlpha.com, INVESTING.COM, and TraderPlanet.com.The complex multifaceted system is now completely automated and is available from TradeStation Technologies app store. Register Now


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Will Silver Make New 2017 Lows?


Summary

Our proprietary Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator (VC PMI) weekly gold analysis forecasts that gold will move the extreme above the mean into the $1281 to $1292 range short term.

The monthly VC PMI gold analysis shows that gold is likely to move into the $1298 to $1326 extreme above the mean in November.

The VC PMI silver weekly (mean reversion) report shows that silver will probably test the September highs of $18.26.

The monthly VC PMI silver (mean reversion) report predicts silver moving into the $17.34 to $18.00 levels.

We are getting a strong confirmation based on an intermediate- and long-term supply and demand basis (mean reversion) that the gold and silver markets are about to break out to the upside with the possibility of challenging the September highs by the end of 2017.

The VC PMI Automated Algorithm

We use the proprietary Variable Changing Price Momentum Indicator (VC PMI) to analyze the precious metals markets. The primary driver of the VC PMI is the principle of reversion to the mean, which is combined with a range of analytical tools including fundamental logic, wave counts, Fibonacci ratios, Gann principles, supply and demand levels, pivot points, moving averages, and momentum indicators. The science of Vedic Mathematics is used to combine these elements into a comprehensive, accurate and highly predictive trading system.

Mean-reversion trading seeks to capitalize on extreme changes in the price of a particular security or commodity, based on the assumption that it will revert to its previous state. This theory can be applied to both buying and selling, as it allows a trader to profit on unexpected upswings and buy low when an abnormal low occurs. By identifying the average price (the mean) or price equilibrium based on yesterday’s supply and demand factors, we can extrapolate the extreme above this average price and the extreme below it. When prices trade at these extreme levels it is between 90% and 95% probable that prices will revert back to the mean by the end of the trading session. I used this system to analyze the gold and silver markets.

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1929 Crash Again? Not Likely

Summary

Don’t sell out of the stock market because of a fear of a repeat of the 1929 crash, dot.com crash or the 2008 recession — or any other historical event happening again.

Since history is nonlinear, small differences between events can have widely different outcomes, so historical analogies are an uncertain guide to the future and can never prove anything.

Use analogical reasoning to begin an analysis, but always dig deeper into the underlying causes of the outcome of the past event before making an investment decision.

Many articles on Seeking Alpha and in many other trading and investing websites use analogical reasoning to make their arguments. Is today like 2000Is IBM like a utility? By far the most common type of analogy, however, is the historical analogy. Seeking Alpha’s search box returns more than 16,000 results for “like the 1930s” and almost 27,000 for “like the 1920s” with a strong affinity for 1929. If such articles scare you into considering getting out of the current stock market after the recent long bull run, you should think twice before making such a move based solely on arguments based on historical analogies.

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