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Hi

I was wondering why Twiggs Money Flow 13 weeks is a very different graph to Twiggs Money Flow 65 days. After all, 13 weeks x 5 days = 65. So I would have thought that the charts would have looked remotely similar, but with more detail in the daily chart. Look at recent data for Bunnings for example, Dec/Jan on Daily 65 is above zero, while weekly 13 is below.

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Rex,

The TMF weekly indicator compares the Friday Close to the weekly range (High - Low), while the daily indicator compares the daily Close to the Daily range. The two frequently diverge in the short term but tend to converge in the long term.

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Colin, can we expect the Twiggs Money Flow to be available as a stock screen? I find the 13 week very useful as a guide to longer term trend strenght. This is useful when using it in conjunction with the short/medium term 21 day.


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Bib,

This is on our development list.

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Hi Colin,

viewing the xao daily, I notice TMF indicator below the zero line while volume is increasing yet maintaining higher highs on the index. can you please advice why TMF indicator would be in the negative.
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espresso,

That is a bearish divergence.


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TMF is falling because of two factors:
  • closes near the daily low on down days, compared to closes some way from the high on up days; and
  • stronger volume on down days.



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Thanks Colin,
I have realized how powerful TMF is and enjoy using it.
In the chart above I noticed that MACD indicator was above the zero line however TMF was below the zero line. I was trying to interpret what was going on.
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First application of Twiggs Money Flow Indicator.
My fist attack will be the break of the trend line, later than I like.
If I leave my entry until TMF hits zero and confirms by several bars post zero the trend will be nearly over, and I will be entering into topping selling (based on recent history) and resistance at $5.20.
So what off the TMF indicator signals a confident entry beyond the crossing of zero line?



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Spdfgh,
Apologies for the delayed reply. I would need more information than what you have on your chart.

What are your Keltner Band settings?
TLS is in a primary down-trend. Are you looking to short or buy the secondary reactions?


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Ok so TLS is not in a primary uptrend 50% retracement hitting long term support at 4.80 giving a long term target of around 8.00?
or is that just my contrarian view...
1. buy the reaction at its earliest opportunity
2. Keltners are:d21,21,21,2,2

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I can't say too much because of license issues, but I am of the opposite view.

Keltner also looks a little wide at 2. Try 1.5.


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Well... maybe I should stay away from charts...
I thought this looks the go, not now (23 Nov 16) but in the new year, late Jan or Feb.

I still can't see why I would abandon hope on a recovery to the 6 year bull trend high? unless price slips below $4.50 support, which would confirm the bear trend.

Is there a re-rating of TLS share price hidden within the chart?
what 'technical' price estimate and method would 'anyone' place on the ongoing down trend?

I see orders in line at around $4.89 for $1.8 million for a single order & many more for around a million, confidence indicates support will be held?


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Daily chart signals MA crossover of the 21 TMF on a rising indicator.


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Descending peaks on TMF, with last peak below zero, suggest strong selling pressure.


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There are no right and wrong answers, just high risk and low risk.

P.S. I would stay away from Monthly TMF as an indicator. I stick to Daily and Weekly.


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I generally start with the Annual chart working down through the time periods, and on the annual chart the monthly TMF 3 looks uncluttered compared to the daily 21.
My original query was to the method of taking entry readings off the TMF, I can see how well it works at signalling exits well before they may occur by divergences in high points after they occur, preparing the trader to be cautious until day zero and or the trade becomes a stop out. So how are TMF entries indicated?
Yes TLS is not long term trending, but at some point all stocks go off trend and retrace, into the red weekly/monthly candle and negative side of the TMF zero line, but trade-able cycles still exist. And the entry points are the most important part of trading the cycle.
The TLS buyers stacking up around the 4.89 price range with a million dollar orders, form what the chart will historically record as support, and in turn future resistance when profit taking and pressure selling takes hold and subsequently reflected in the historical based chart. It is a shame that I.C. data is not comprehensive in capturing the order book side of trading, because order book data can be graphed/coloured/charted as database data, and would be the sharpest tool in the kit. All I can do presently is infer from online broker supplied order depth and use I.C. to interpolate into the historical chart, the same way I interpolate trading signals without coding in I.C. hit & miss at best.

It did appear that a new cycle was forming in TLS, but by the time Entry was positively confirmed the price was $5.00 and heading into resistance? If this cycle holds then I would expect to see the upper resistance level be taken at $5.20 making a nice cycle trade if you are able to confidently cherry pick a ripe entry.



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There is a slight bullish divergence on 21-day TMF but not as significant as the descending peaks.

I normally use Keltner Bands for following trends but can see their usefulness for trading swings. Trading secondary reactions in bull or bear markets, however, is a high risk strategy.


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Just to clarify, I'm road testing the TMF, not actually trading off it yet, so no risk.

I do need to clarify how the TMF works for the entry and exit purposes, combine with HA candle technique.

Due to the whipsawing of the TMF I wanted to see how experience TMF users apply the indicator.
I'm also looking at how the TMO works with the TMF.

here's the challenge
Given that it is Friday; I would like to see a chart indicating a ""low risk"" entry in the last week period (21-11-16 to 25-11-16) ... and method of application of indicator.


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quote:

I do need to clarify how the TMF works for the entry and exit purposes, combine with HA candle technique.




Is that for trading the primary trend or secondary swings?


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Primary trend firstly, given that I need to actually filter and find example stocks, then secondary swing type trades.

I've tried a number of TMF scans but the results are extremely varied for what I would 'presume' were "low risk" stocks over the last week, one scan gave 50 or more results, top results were $50.00 or more, so you would need 1 million dollars to see a reasonable return.

That puts me onto something else with "low risk" trades; the anticipated expectancy of return on your capital; would a "low risk" entry have a higher rate of return due to the risk being lower? Or is "low risk" synonymous with low return?
I would expect to be able to pick low risk 3-10 baggers; like you often see in hind-site in stocks looking at historical data. So 3K risk for 9-15K anticipated return.
Given that all stocks whipsaw in up and down trends, there will be plenty of time to experiment with cycle trades.

I can find them after they have run using scans, but definitely not around the time they start 'with any confidence', and not before they have at least reached 3/4 and they start topping out and becoming higher risk; so first quarter stocks are the target.

Maybe start with a "low risk" TMF combo scan filter for stocks that you define as "low risk" at the start of their trend, (I will search for it in the shared section). I'd like to track no more than 3 stocks.

This would be a great live tracking practical tutorial for the TMF, giving me more confidence using this indicator, of course that is if you think it worthwhile, and it isn't beyond reasonable work-ability to find 3 or 4 of this type currently.


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I have put together a Twiggs Momentum & Twiggs Money Flow filter Scan results are good, several good candidates, some retracing currently.
I'll track A2M, not sure about it being low risk.
Paper trade initial 3K entry when stock breaks $2.30 and holds.
Updates on Fridays

Setup is:
TMF d21 TMF w13 TMF d100
TMO d21 TMO w13 TMO d100
Trades taken from Heikin-Ashi candle Daily and Weekly in combination with candle/close chart.


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A2M
Talk about a trading trap, I had a feeling it would pull back although there was nil evidence in any of the daily/weekly charts & indicators, so if you weren't glued to the screen all day Friday and you bought the breakout you would be trapped in a loss trade, more like the usual results of my entry trades.
So again a no-gainer.

The hourly chart highlighted the sell off tipping point and seen on the TMF divergence & Heikin Ashi chart.

There is longer term bearish divergence in the TMF W13 highs on the daily chart, but is only indicated after the topping fall.

Will this effect current support? that is what is being indicated, so waiting for an entry around $1.85 lower support line.



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TLS
Same as A2M; topping best seen in the HA candles on the daily and 1 Hour chart action.

Post-facto identification suggest continued bearish divergence to $4.80 support trend line.

This trade would have been close to break even using TMF indicators, so am thinking longer term trend identification post chart action is best application.

Maybe a 3 day chart would indicate better?



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TLS
Still looks sluggish& not an entry, but TMF rising, HA candles weekly looks week.


A2M
Price rising against TMF, could this be the bearish turn divergence?



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spdfgh,

Take a look at the longer time-frame 13-week TMF and see if you reach the same conclusions.


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Re A2M
Yes I have the TMF W13 setup on the chart, but when tracking a chart from the 20min, 1 hour and Daily chart perspective, the TMF long is a slowly responding indicator.

TMF 13W & TMF 21D is above zero suggesting support at the $2.10 support level. If the TMF 13W drops during the week (12-16th 12/16) to be bellow zero then I think the lower trend line would be the divergence support level at $1.80 - $1.90.
Yet; the TMF setup I use on the 1 Hour charts (setup see bellow) are both bellow zero line for A2M.
One thing I do note is with the Twiggs Money Flow indicator is that at some point all stocks seem go through the 0 to 10% zone as they get picked up by speculators pumping volume and price then cycling down past zero as they get dropped.

One question I do have is about using the TMF indicator on the 1 Hour and 20 Minute charts;
On the 20 minute chart TMF 20 Min 21 Time period.
Would I use a TMF 20 Min 100TP to get a longer term,
similar to TMF W13 on the daily chart?

And on the 1 Hour chart I use TMF 1Hr 21TP, & TMF 6Hr 6TP

How does that sound?

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I would be wary of using TMF on intra-day time frames as it uses closing price as the main indicator. Close at the end of an hour or minute does not have the same significance as the end-of-day close.

  • 13-week to indicate long-term buying/selling pressure
  • 21-day for medium-term
  • 5-day (or 7-day) if you need short-term

I would tend to make decisions based on candlestick patterns and support & resistance (e.g. $2.00 for A2M) for short-term rather than use an indicator.


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Noted, I do like the TMF on the hourly charts though.
I will also track ASL from what i can make out this one has upside potential.
Included is the Twiggs Momentum Oscillator (TMO) daily 21.



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Forget ASL for the time being, I found (once again too late) a chart bullish divergence, correct me if I'm wrong...
SWM close Friday 161216, is it a bagger?
How do I find these type divergences is anyone's guess,
Is this stock low risk? don't know... could someone define low risk please,
I was told TLS was low risk among other fundamentals, being able to sell out anytime and find a buyer...
Ok chart time SWM bullish divergence, and i might add I much prefer to watch channel 7 m8 to channel 9 where I mute the programs & the adds...


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ASL TLS A2M although CBA took a position in A2M for 725,620,065 FPO's or 5.012%
Unable to produce an A2m chart for some reason...

ASL also off the mark by weeks end, although above zero is falling & does not represent trade into until baseline support is confirmed. Nothing to see here, move along please...



Just thinking about how to find Bullish TMF indicator divergences with price would this do it?;
3 month (63 day) new Low last 5 trading days,
TMF 21 Day min 0 to max 18
found NTC and TGP but only with the 21Day TMF.

The 13week TMF scan does not produce any quality results...

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spdfgh,

Have to be careful what I say isn't construed as advice.

  • SWM - Difficult to choose between 0.75 as resistance level and 0.80. TMF troughs above zero as in Nov 2016 to Jun 2016 would suggest trend change
  • TLS - bullish divergence only reflected on 21 day TMF not 13 week
  • ASL - neither reflects bullish divergence



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Recap
I like Keltner they're good 'curve fitted' trend lines.
Now trialing Bollinger, apparently you buy the break above the upper line when OBV rising, but find this a bit iffy due to upper band accelerating higher. BB pinches on the histogram are the study worth perusing as they also tip to a trade exit very early in the cycle, that's if you are able to get a read off the MACD rising if not hold on to your hat!...
TLS = Still no trade
A2M = Nice trade (was TMF bearish divergence around 21FEB17?) Now looking a bit toppy & TMF dropping off.
SWM = putt-putt-putting along in a range up the river...
ASL = No trade (but TMF >0 and rising?)

TLS

A2M

SWM

ASL



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SSM [TMF-BD vs BAT]
now here's a funny chart... TMF indicates Bearish Divergence, and price chart indicates Bullish Ascending Triangle with price estimate of about $1.60 if the AT wins...
I'm inclined (due to it being early May that the TMF-BD will win the short term, but the BAT will win the long term.
What other indicator could confirm of either direction beyond a future break up of the resistance line or break down of the support line?
The BAT is about the right place (3/4) for a break up,.. and MACD is rising >0 but indicates bearish divergence




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CNI TMF vs TRENDING STOCK
Another tricky one, the volume isn't huge but not small either
I wonder why the TMF is not rising, it looks like it is waiting for something...

...Could it be the TMF will not function in an automated system as a component of grouped indicator signals?




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Big volume on CNI in early March has pushed Twiggs Money Flow below zero. The distortion is best illustrated by comparing Daily to Weekly indicator values:

CNI


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Re: Screening with Twiggs Money Flow & Twiggs Momentum
#90740

Should I be adding the Twiggs Momentum Oscillator 63 day Value filter (min 15) to the above screen filter?


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This is the Twiggs Money Flow stock screen #90740

Twiggs Money Flow #90740


and this is the Twiggs Momentum & Twiggs Money Flow screen #90616

Twiggs Momentum and Twiggs Money Flow #90616


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Combining all the filters would unduly restrict the results. For that reason I would not use Twiggs Momentum and Bollinger Bands in the same screen. Rather run two separate screens.

  1. Twiggs Momentum and Twiggs Money Flow
  2. Bollinger Bands and Twiggs Money Flow


The two TMF filters can be combined as in these examples:

90817

90818

You will find them on the Shared tab.

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Ok thanks,
I was't aware there was a #90616 scan
I'll pay more attention to these scans tonight.

Thanks again.


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I thought you might have been confused, as I was, by Colin's recent email/newsletter describing his stock screens which contained the same screen shot of stock screen #90616 for both stock screen # 90616 and #90740,
- hence my previous post.







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Apologies for the confusion. That gremlin must have slipped through the cracks.

I have updated the copy on the website. Too late for the emails I'm afraid :-(

How to Screen for Trends with Twiggs Money Flow & Twiggs Momentum


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