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Nr7patternNR7 Pattern | Trading Strategy (Setup & Exit)

I. Trading Strategy

Developer: Toby Crabel (NR7 Pattern). Source: Crabel, T. (1990). Day Trading with Short Term Price Patterns and Opening Range Breakout. Greenville: Traders Press, Inc. Concept: Volatility cycles. Research Goal: Performance verification of the NR7 pattern. Specification: Table 1. Results: Figure 1-2. Trade Setup: The current daily range is narrower than the previous six days’ daily ranges compared individually. Trade Entry: Opening Range Breakout (ORB): A trade is taken at a predetermined amount above/below the open. The predetermined amount is called the stretch. Long Trades: A buy stop is placed at [Open + Stretch]. Short Trades: A sell stop is placed at [Open ? Stretch]. The first stop that is traded is the position. The other stop is the protective stop. Trade Exit: Table 1. Portfolio: 42 futures markets from four major market sectors (commodities, currencies, interest rates, and equity indexes). Data: 32 years since 1980. Testing Platform: MATLAB®.

II. Sensitivity Test

IV. Research

To draw an analogy from the science of physics, we might say that when a stock (or the market) is being accumulated, it is storing up a force (of demand) which, when later released, provides the motive power for the ensuing upward movement. And, when the force of this accumulative demand is finally released, it gives the price movement a certain momentum which it tends to hold until it is turned off its course by weakening of the original force or by a new force sufficient to compel a change of trend Conversely, in a zone of distribution, a force of supply is being stored up which eventually overpowers the weakening force of demand, driving the price downward until the force of supply is exhausted or demand is revitalized and builds up sufficiently to bring about a state of comparative equilibrium (trading range). Thus, a downward movement also acquires a certain momentum which it tends to hold until it is turned off its course by weakening of the original force of supply or by a new force sufficient to compel a change of trend.

V. Rating: NR7 Pattern | Trading Strategy