As I've mentioned in previous posts, there are a more than a few ways to use these systems: as momentum indicators for option spreads or outright directional plays, in tandem (like Gravy Train) to further buffer risk exposure, as short term fractal indicators for daytraders to help gauge the probabilities to fading rallies versus buying dips, etc. . . . you get the idea.
Trading ain't easy. Anyone that says otherwise is a liar. And after 24 years of trading I've got to join the chorus and voice my opinion that these are some of the toughest markets to trade I've ever experienced, so new traders have kind of a double whammy working against them.
Nevertheless, for those of you who are gluttons for punishment, it's my hope that these systems will stimulate you to think about the markets from a variety of perspectives and give you ideas on how to lower your risk exposure and increase your bottom line. The usual caveat applies . . . you alone are responsible for your trading/investment decisions, and I really won't feel bad if you completely ignore my market spin and use any other approach to trading. Different strokes for different folks. Go get 'em.