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Tuesday, May 10, 2016

HOW TO READ THE SPREADSHEET





1."52 HIGH" - This column gives the 52 week high reading.
2."TR RES" - This is the trendline resistance.
3."1stPwRES" - This column give the new high reading.
4."POSMOM" - This is the positive momentum reading.
5."2BC BUY" - This is the first pulsewave price trigger resistance buy reading.
6."Uptrend" - This is the uptrend reading.
7."Downtren" - This is the downtrend reading.
8."2BC SELL" - This is the first pulsewave price trigger support sell reading.
9."NEGMOM" - This is the negative momentum reading.
10."1stPWSUP" - This column gives the new low reading.
11."TR SUP" - This is the trendline support.
12."52 LOW" - This column gives the 52 week low reading.

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1."52 HIGH" - This column gives the new high resistance reading.

How to Read: This column will give you the 3rd entry point and/or profit target.

2."TR RES" - This is the trendline resistance.

How to Read: When this column reads "0.00" it means that the market is pulsewaving positive i.e. uptrend channel.

3."1stPwRES" - This is the first pulsewave price trigger resistance buy reading.

How to Read: This is the 2nd long entry price trigger.

4."POSMOM" - This is the positive momentum reading.

How to Read: A reading of "911" indicates a rally alert.
             A reading of "411" indicates a possible trend reversal.
             A reading of "365" indicates a new 52 week high.
             A reading of "10" indicates a new 10 day/week high.
             A reading of "78" indicates a market that is pulsewaving positive.

What are PulseWaves?: Pulsewaves are powerful intraday trends in the market.

5."2BC BUY" - This is the first buy trigger reading.

How to Read: This is the first trade of the week. This price triggers puts you ahead of the
crowd at the begining of the move.

6."Uptrend" - This is the uptrend reading.

How to Read: A reading of "88" indicates a sideways market trading inside of the "Kumo Cloud
of death". The Kumo Cloud is where prices remain consolidated until they break out of the cloud.

A reading of "70" indicates a market that is in a powerful long term uptrend where prices
are trading above both the short & long term trendlines.

A reading of "18" indicates a market that is in an uptrend as prices are trading above the
short term trendline.

A reading of "52" indicates a market that is in an uptrend as prices are trading above the
long term trendline.

7."Downtren" - This is the downtrend reading.

How to Read: A reading of "-88" indicates a sideways market trading inside of the "Kumo Cloud
of death". The Kumo Cloud is where prices remain consolidated until they break down
out of the cloud.

A reading of "-70" indicates a market that is in a powerful long term downtrend where prices
are trading below both the short & long term trendlines.

A reading of "-18" indicates a market that is in an downtrend as prices are trading below the
short term trendline.

A reading of "-52" indicates a market that is in an downtrend as prices are trading below the
long term trendline.

8."2BC SELL" - This is the first sell trigger reading.

How to Read: This is the first trade of the week. This price triggers puts you ahead of the
crowd at the beginning of the move.

9."NEGMOM" - This is the negative momentum reading.

How to Read: A reading of "911" indicates a crash alert.
             A reading of "411" indicates a possible trend reversal.
             A reading of "365" indicates a new 52 week low.
             A reading of "10" indicates a new 10 day/week low.
             A reading of "78" indicates a market that is pulsewaving negative.

10."1stPWSUP" - This is the first pulsewave price trigger support sell reading.

How to Read: This is the 2nd short entry price trigger.

11."TR SUP" - This is the trendline support.

How to Read: When this column reads "0.00" it means that the market is pulsewaving negative i.e. downtrend channel.

12."52 LOW" - This column gives the new low support reading.

How to Read: This column will give you the 3rd entry point and/or profit target.

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Rules of The Vulcan Report










*Trade Set ups of the 2 Bar Charlie System
















*Momentum:






Consolidated intra-day plays i.e. "day trades".



Look for the "Buy, Sell or Neutral" signal under the "MOMENTUM" section in the FORECAST Matrix.
Watch & Wait for the pullback toward "Intra-Day Res/Sup" 


to be confirmed before placing the buy/sell -limit order


especially if the todays open is above today's price trigger


on long entries and if the open is below today's price trigger on sell entries.








Watch & Wait for support/resistance to be confirmed before entry.

On occasion you may have to actually enter on the Res/Sup Intra-Day Signal

if Support/Resistance is confirmed but neither


the ("Breakout/Breakdown nor the "Intra-Day Trigger") is triggered.

Regardless of which one is filled first (I.e. the "Breakout/Breakdown" or "Intra-day Trigger")
you may use the opposite order as your profit target and/or stop and reverse in certain
market conditions.












*NOTE: ALWAYS trade in the direction of the TREND.


If the "Breakout/Breakdown" or "Intra-Day Trigger" are triggered then use the other
"trigger" as your profit target exit , Stop-Loss and/or Stop & Reverse.








*Res/Sup Intra-Day:





This is your secondary signal. Look for this signal in the "Res/Sup Intra-Day" section of the MATRIX.
Also see rules under the "Momentum" section.










*Volatility Channel Break-Out System:



This is your primary signal.





These days are less common but have a very high accuracy rate and are major trade signals.

These types of breakout/breakdowns tend to be very powerful moves

and are typical within the current market trend.



Usually, they occur while in a brief consolidation within the current trend

after a strong move (but not always).











Look for this signal in the "Breakout/Intra-Day" section of the report.

 A neutral reading means that trades above the Breakout Trigger = long entries

and trades below the Intra-Day trigger = short entries.


During a "Neutral" reading on an Intraday basis 



You will have to wait and watch for prices to retreat back


into the VCB price channel to confirm your entry point.









TRENDING DAYS:





In an uptrend you are looking for either  "BUY" in an uptrending market

and a "SELL" signal in a falling mkt..




In an uptrend you will want to buy both the Breakout buy trigger & the quick long trigger.

with the quick long trigger being the best possible entry


and the Breakout being the secondary entry point.










Likewise in a downtrend you will want to sell both the Breakdownt & the quick short trigger.

with the quick short trigger being the best possible entry


and the Breakdown being the secondary entry point.










*GAP MOVE ON THE OPEN:




NOTE: If opening prices collapse below the "Intra-Day SUPPORT" then use this

level to catch the reversal on the "long" side. Likewise if opening prices rally

above the "Intra-Day RESISTANCE then use this level to catch the

reversal on the "short" side.
































*TRADE ENTRY & EXIT RULES:



Wait until after 9:30am EST before trade entry.



Cancel order if not filled by 11:30am EST.



There are always exceptions to this rule.



Rules are ment to be a guide and are not set in stone.


You must learn to use some discretion in your trading.


Even if "both" the Momentum AND the Breakout/Intra-Day signals

are triggered you must decide which one to follow.



It is always a good rule of thumb to follow the



primary Breakout and Intra-Day Swing Trade signals.
















HOW TO TRADE THE "GAP":



In a Bullish 40-Day Trend Do Not place the buy stop-limit order if after the open the market

is trading above Intra-Day Resistance and or yesterday's High.


In a Bearish 40-Day Trend Do Not place the sell stop-limit order if after the open the market

is trading below Intra-day Support and or yesterday's Low.


It is ALWAYS better to refer to the intra-day 60-min & 5-min charts for a possible

2 Bar Charlie & trend reversal signals before placing the trade when trading or fading the GAP.

The system is on the sidelines unless the entry point is triggered.








*Stop-Loss/Profit Targets:




The profit target is to be used as a guide to either move your stop-loss to breakeven

or take profit in uncertain market conditions



You may also use the profit target if you don't have the time to watch the market

and would like to take quick profits.











On "ALL" Single Stock Index Futures AND Commodity Futures trades use a 1.25 - 3.25 initial stop-loss
with a .20-1.25 initial profit target.




(You can use the initial profit target as 




your signal to move your stop-loss to break-even



and use it as a "trailing stop" or you can get out and take profit at this point)








On "ALL" E-mini S&P 500 Stock Index Futures "SWING" trades use a 7.25 initial stop-loss

with a 3.00 point initial profit target. Use an initial 2.00 - 3.00 point stoploss on daytrades.

(You can use the initial profit target as your signal to move your stop-loss to break-even

and use it as a "trailing stop" or you can get out and take profit at this point)








On "ALL" E-mini NASDAQ 100 Stock Index Futures "SWING" trades use an initial 18.50 stop-loss
with a 7.50 point initial profit target. Use an initial 7.00 - 10.00 point stoploss on daytrades.

(You can use the initial  profit target as your signal to move your stop-loss to break-even

and use it as a "trailing stop" or you can get out and take profit at this point)















REMINDER












Kindly note that do to changing market conditions the above commentary and its precise entry

and exit points, stop-loss levels and positions could change without notice. Positions also

could be liquidated, and/or new positions added without notice.








If you have any questions  please feel free to contact me: Email: pulsescan72@gmail.com



































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