ND Research – Volatility Momentum End

Anticipate change in short term price direction

Momentum based timing has gotten very difficult due to 21st century market forces. Technical oscillators have broken down. Trade timing is treacherous.

How can I time my entry and exit well? Why do momentum tools read false so often?

Momentum indicators such as RSI and Stochastics use linear math, but the markets you trade are non-linear. They fail to adapt to price volatility and trend. Simple logic filters have also been rendered helpless by trading algorithms.


ND Research Volatility Momentum End (ND VME)

ND VME is designed to anticipate the change in short term price direction. Timing becomes much more accurate. It works best when price becomes more volatile, which is usually when timing help is most needed.

ND VME delivers on market timing

The VME is a simple chart signal that indicates more statistically profitable exit points in a trending or a range bound market. Just as important the VME also points out efficient trend entry points.

The VME adapts independently to volatility. More importantly it identifies historical volatility extremes specific to any security, index, or time series.

The 'E' printed above or below the bar means that price will likely stop or pause its current directional movement.

The Volatility Momentum Extreme (ND VME) is built on the proprietary ND Volatility-Based Momentum tool set. This system has proven performance throughout the tough markets of the past five years.

The VME is specifically designed to signal when price is experiencing medium to high volatility; which is just when trading can be the most difficult. This is due to the revolutionary design of the ND Volatility Based Momentum tool set.

See in real time when price turning points are likely to occur. VME works the same in any charting time frame; from minute to weekly bars.

About Northington Dahlberg Research

Northington Dahlberg Research, LLC is a financial markets research firm. Their clients and subscribers include registered portfolio managers, traders, investment advisors, money managers, and financial services institutions. ND Research's expertise lies with quantitative research in Volatility-Based Technical Analysis, predictive relative strength, and portfolio management. ND Research is committed to being innovative, quantitative and transparent.

Carson Dahlberg, CMT

Kirk Northington, CMT

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