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A . ADX smoothed . B . BingTicks . C . CPC Index . CurrentPriceSM . D . DaySessions . DaysOfWeek Labels . DaysOfWeek PaintBars . Dynamic Moving Average . Dynamic Moving Average Histogram . Dynamic Moving Average for RadarScreen . Dynamic Moving Avg RS MultiTimeFrame . Dynamic Moving Average Strategy . E . ExitStrategies . ExpirationFriday . P . PennantsFinder . PHW Indicator . PHW for RadarScreen . R . RedLiteGreenLite . sjhRSI . S . Solar09 . SunnyBands . SunnyBars . U . Ultimate-F . W . What Time Is It | MetaStock Indicators |

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Please keep in mind that these indicators were NOT developed to sell to you. They were developed (and are still being developed) for my own use in my own trading. I use all of these indicators daily in my own research, testing, and trading. I'm happy to share them with the public because I get tired of people who don't trade trying to tell unsuspecting newbees how to "get rich quick." I'm happy to show you my indicators and teach you exactly how I trade every day.

Consulting, Mentoring, "Solving the Puzzle"

This indicator is the Dynamic Moving Average with a band above and below the moving averages, placed at n Average True Ranges above and below the averages. These bands are far superior to Bollinger Bands, which are calculated on Standard Deviations. TradeStation (Version 11) MultiCharts MetaStock SunnyBands on Stocks: HGSI per customer request: I don't look for these bands to "squeeze." Rather, I look for price to ride the band for a while and then move away from it. The top band is calculated from the gold average, while the bottom band is calculated from the purple average. Next, here's the crowning glory. In my own trading I use a 1-minute chart and a 5-minute chart overlaid. I make it so the 5-minute chart is in a hidden subgraph. Then I put SunnyBands on Data1 and SunnyBands on Data2, so that I can see the 1-minute SunnyBands forming within the 5-minute SunnyBands. It's like seeing the interaction of larger and smaller waves. It's a little challenging to see, but if you look closely you'll see Gray SunnyBands inside of DarkCyan SunnyBands. The 1-minute DMA is gold and purple, while the 5-minute DMA is green and red. Notice what happens when the 1-min SunnyBand touches the 5-min SunnyBand! Now, don't get these confused with Bollinger Bands. Mine use ATR (Average True Range) which tells where the market is actually going, not Standard Deviation which tells where the market "should" go AND mine uses my proprietary DMA (Dynamic Moving Average) which avoids much of the whipsaw--unlike an Exponential Moving Average, which whips all over the place.
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sjh_ADX smoothed
 

sjh_ADXSmoothed

Buy

B
BingTicks
 

I can't show you a chart of the sounds, so if you'll just click here you can hear a wav file of BingTicks on my chart, during the trading day. You need to go to YouTube and the video is on my channel. You can search for BingTicks or Sunny Harris.

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CPC Index

 

Sunny uses this single number as the index by which to measure all trading systems. "A system with a CPC Index < 1.2 is not robust enough for me to trade." A system with a CPC Index >= 1.2 is robust enough to trade. This is not an indicator; it is a strategy that must be added to your other strategies to determine profitability.

CPCIndex
TradeStation

Buy

CurrentPrice (SM)
 

I like to make my trading as easy as possible. When I'm trading I don't want to try to figure out anything; I want it all obvious. That's why I programmed this indicator. When the dot is GREEN it means that price just went up. When the dot is RED it means that price just went down. If the dot is GREY it means that the price just went sideways. And, so I don't have to look at the scale on the right, it shows me the current price right next to the dot. I have this indicator on every chart. It makes life easier.

CurrentPrice

Buy

D
DaySessions
 

The Day-Session bars are colored blue in this chart, while the Extended-Session bars are green. This makes life a lot easier for me, when I can tell which session I'm in at a glance.

DaySession
TradeStation

Here's what the updated Indicator looks like on Candlesticks, on the eMini (you may choose any colors you wish):

DaySessions

In this configuration, the red & blue candles are in the Day Session, while the magenta and green candles are in the Night Session. You can change these colors to any you wish, through the inputs.

Buy

DaysOfWeek Labels
 

Instead of painting each bar a different color, note that this indicator puts a symbol above the bar to indicate the day of the week.

DaysOfWeekLabels

Buy

DaysOfWeek PaintBars
 

When doing research, and also when watching characteristics of trades on certain days of the week, I like to tell at a glance what day it is. All the indicators I sell are like this: I need them for some aspect of my own trading.

This funny looking chart shows different colors for different days. You can specify the day color by an input, and also make the bars different widths with another input.

DaysOfWeek

In this chart Mondays are Magenta, Tuesdays are Green, Wednesdays are DarkBrown, Thursdays are Blue and Fridays are DarkRed. In my books I make a point of telling the readers that you need to make as many things as possible "mindless." That is, you identify a day of the week with a color and your mind will make that association automatically without any purposeful thinking. Aids such as this make your trading all that much more successful.

Buy

Dynamic Moving Average for Charting
 

This indicator is expert at avoiding whipsaw. Of course, it can't avoid it all, but it does a great job with most of it. And, whipsaw is what kills most traders & trading systems.

DMAIndic
TradeStation

MC_DMA
MultiCharts

MS_DMA
MetaStock version of Sunny's DMA (DynamicMovingAverage)

Compare this chart to one of your own moving averages. Try anything: simple, exponential, weighted, ... whatever. This one shines above all others.

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Dynamic Moving Average for RadarScreen
 

This is the same indicator as the Dynamic Moving Average for Charting, except that this one highlights in red the short opportunities, in green the long opportunities and in yellow the crossover points.

DMA_R
TradeStation

MC_DMA_R
MultiCharts

This indicator, for RadarScreen only, highlights the position of the 2 DMA lines and shows the crossovers clearly. It is the same mathematics, just a different representation.

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Dynamic Moving Average Histogram
 

Yet another configuration of the same information, this indicator (for charting) pulls out the crossovers by showing the change from red line to green line.

DMAHist
TradeStation

MC_DMA_Hst
MultiCharts

MS_DMAHst
MetaStock

There is also a brown horizontal line shown at the zero level, which is another way of highlighting the crossovers.

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Dynamic Moving Average Crossover Marker
 

This indicator simply paints the bar on which the DMA Crossover occurs. It makes it MUCH easier to read the crossover, and pinpoint it rather than guessing.

You can easily see the Cyan bar indicating upward crossovers and the Magenta bars indicating downward crossovers:

DMACross
TradeStation

MC_DMA_PB
MultiCharts

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Dynamic Moving Average for RS Multiple Timeframes
 

This indicator is the Dynamic Moving Average displayed in RadarScreen with several different time frames, for comparison of signals in the different time frames.

DMARS

Notice the last 4 columns. They display the DMA in the different time frames, showing whether Gold or Purple is on top as well as the difference between the DMA lines and the Angle of ascent or descent of the lines. Powerful indicator for looking for double or triple (or more) confirmation.

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Dynamic Moving Average Strategy
 

Notice that this is a reversal strategy in this configuration. It can, of course, be changed by adding the ExitsStrategies and other modifications. In this configuration the Strategy buys when the gold line is on top and sells short when the gold line is on the bottom.

DMAStrategy
TradeStation

MC_DMA_S
MultiCharts

This Strategy is sold only to qualified investors. The beauty of this strategy is not only that it catches good turning points, but that it avoids most whipsaw, which is what kills most profit.

Make money from both sides of the market, not just from buying. When the market is going down, why not profit?

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Exit$Strategies
 

Optimizable exits can be added to any strategy or collection of strategies. You can try out every possible exit with this one routine.

dmawexits

Buy

Expiration Friday
 

Ever worry that you might enter a trade for the wrong front-month? Ever worry about which Thursday is roll-over and which Friday is expiration Friday? Never fear, a PaintBar's here.

The magenta bars are all on Expiration Friday. The other colored bars show session changes from day to extended. With a simple input you can also highlight the Roll-Over Thursdays.

Expiration

This next chart shows Roll-Over Thursdays painted green, and Expiration Fridays painted Magenta:

ThsFri

Buy

P
PennantsFinder
 

This indicator shows areas of congestion, highlighted by blue triangles with red lines above and below. The red lines show the support and resistance of the triangle. The way I trade this one is to buy or sell the breakout, and exit if the market comes back down to previous support or resistance. As the market moves up (or down) I move the stops up (or down) with succeeding triangles.

This picture shows the indicator on a chart:

Pennants
TradeStation

MC_Pennants
MultiCharts

MetaStock--more information available for each pennant in the ExpertCommentary

Buy

This picture shows the RadarScreen version of the indicator:

PennantsR

Buy

PHW Indicator
 

This indicator is my number one research tool. I place the Yellow Dots on every chart, and determine where all the ideal trades are. You can't know if a strategy is any good if you don't know what the ideal profit is. You must know how much money is possible! It's like they say, "Without a goal, you won't get there."

PHW
TradeStation

MC_PHW
MultiCharts

MS_PHW
M etaStock--Yellow Dots on Top PHW, Red Dots on Bottom PHW. User changeable signify ideal turning points.

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PHW Indicator for RadarScreen
 

The beauty of this indicator, only for RadarScreen, is that you can sort by the PHW value, ordering from greatest to least, and find the instruments (stocks, futures, ...) that have the highest PHW. A high PHW means that the instrument has lots of up and down moves in it. Lots of pivots. With pivots, you can make profit from trading. Without pivots, you might as well just buy-and-hold.

PHW_R
TradeStation

MC_PHW_R
MultiCharts

This indicator is ideal for deciding what to trade.

In addition, the indicator prints out the date of the Most Recent Low, and the date of the Most Recent High.

Order Form

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RedLiteGreenLite
 

This indicator lights up cells in a RadarScreen scan, showing when all three averages (Sunny's DMA) line up in one direction (or the other). When there is a mix of signals, I avoid that market.

RedLiteion

MC_RedLiteltiCharts

Buy

 

This indicator lights up cells in a RadarScreen scan, showing when all three averages (Sunny's DMA) line up in one direction (or other). When there is a mix of signals, I avoid that market.

RedLite

MC_RedLite

Buy

sjh_RSI
 

sjh_RSI compared to standard RSI. Sunny's indicator is in subgraph 2, the standard RSI is in subgraph 3.

RSI

Buy

sjh_Smoothed RSI:
 

RSIsmoothed

Buy

S

Solar09
 

"Solar" for "Sunny" is one of the early indicators I found in my research many years ago. It does a great job of tracking turning points and is uncannily accurate.

Solar09

Green lines mean the market is moving upward; red lines mean the market it moving downward.

Buy

Sunny Bands
 

This indicator is the Dynamic Moving Average with a band above and below the moving averages, placed at n Average True Ranges above and below the averages. These bands are far superior to Bollinger Bands, which are calculated on Standard Deviations.

SunnyBands
TradeStation (Version 11)

MC_SunnyBands
MultiCharts

MS_SBands
MetaStock

SunnyBands on Stocks: HGSI per customer request:
HGSI

I don't look for these bands to "squeeze," as one would with BollingerBands. Rather, I look for price to ride the band for a while and then move away from it.

The top band is calculated from the gold average, while the bottom band is calculated from the purple average.

Next, here's the crowning glory. In my own trading I use a 1-minute chart and a 5-minute chart overlaid. I make it so the 5-minute chart is in a hidden subgraph. Then I put SunnyBands on Data1 and SunnyBands on Data2, so that I can see the 1-minute SunnyBands forming within the 5-minute SunnyBands. It's like seeing the interaction of larger and smaller waves.

BandsOnBands

It's a little challenging to see, but if you look closely you'll see Gray SunnyBands inside of DarkCyan SunnyBands. The 1-minute DMA is gold and purple, while the 5-minute DMA is green and red. Notice what happens when the 1-min SunnyBand touches the 5-min SunnyBand! Now, don't get these confused with Bollinger Bands. Mine use ATR (Average True Range) which tells where the market is actually going, not Standard Deviation which tells where the market "should" go AND mine uses my proprietary DMA (Dynamic Moving Average) which avoids much of the whipsaw--unlike an Exponential Moving Average, which whips all over the place.

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SunnyBands for RadarScreen
 

This version of SunnyBands shows the values of each component in tabular form. The first two columns show the DMA (Dynamic Moving Average) in gold and purple. These colors can be changed in the inputs.

The next four columns show the SunnyBands, inner and outer. When the cell changes color, in this case green and red, it shows that price is touching that band. Red shows that price is touching the lower bands, while green shows that price is touching the upper bands.

The last column shows the Angle of the last 5 bars of the DMA. When the angle is flat, I don't like to take trades. When the angle is flat the cell is colored gray. When the angle is sloping upward the cell is colored green. When the angle is sloping downward, the cell is colored red.

There is a lot of information in this visual.

SBandsRS

Buy

SunnyBars
 

Notice how much more information is available at a glance with SunnyBars. First notice that the higher the volume is (over the average volume) the wider the body of the bar is. The blue portion shows the Highs and Lows and stays a constant width. It makes it easier to notice high volume bars.

The upper chart shows SunnyBars, while the lower window shows a regular OHLC bar chart. The red portion of the SunnyBar shows the market is moving down, while the blue shows the excursion away from the opens and closes. Likewise, the green SunnyBar is moving upward, with the blue portions showing the high and the low.

With wide blue portions, there is lots of activity beyond the open to close area. When the blue portion is narrow, most of the activity took place in the range between the open and the close. Lots of blue shows lots of volatility.

Chart with SunnyBars:

sbARS
TradeStation

MC_SunnyBars
MultiCharts

Standard Bar Chart (for comparison):

NotSunnyBars

Buy

U

Ultimate-F: Comparison of Standard Unit Trading to Ultimate-F Trading
 

This chart shows (blue line) the equity curve of standard trading, compared to the equity curve (red line) using Sunny's Ultimate-F functionality. This chart is over 495 trades. Compare the $18,000 profit to the $100,000 profit.

UltimateF

Buy

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What Time is It?
 

This indicator puts the time of the last bar on the chart. It helps me identify whether the market is currently trading, and gives me an idea of the movement.

I use it in the 24-hour markets, like FOREX.

WhatTime

The green font on the last bar shows the date as 1141106, which means 2014 November 6th; time as 12:29:28 pm; and the price as 2024.50. The color is green because the last price was "up". Were it "down" the color would be red.

Buy

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His name is Brooks Killmeyer, and his number is (888) 223-9669 or (954) 652-7427 and his email is bkillmeyer@tradestation.com.
Tell him I sent you.

 

And, if you want to buy MultiCharts, or get a 30-day Free Trial:

I have my own special contact person there, who will give you special Sunny Harris consideration. His name is Jeff Jenkins, and his number and email address are below. Tell him Sunny sent you.

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Jeff Jenkins
MultiCharts, LLC
U.S. Toll-Free and International: 1-888-340-6572,  ext. 1003
Direct phone line: (614) 285-3455
jjenkins@multicharts.com

MC

 

And, if you want to buy MetaStock or my indicators for MetaStock, here's whom to contact:

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Senior Business Development Specialist
Thomson Reuters
Phone: 1 801 270 3162
Mobile: 1 801 503 8764
Jeffrey.Gibby@thomsonreuters.com
thomsonreuters.com
Skype Jeffrey.Gibby

And here is a chart with PHW, Pennants and SunnyBands on it (for MetaStock):

MetaStock

 

 

 

 

   

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