5. Walter Bressert's Best Trade


5. Walter Bressert's Best Trade

I remember my Dad, Walter Bressert, sharing this model in his seminars since I was a kid.


He would look for a sensitive indicator to retrace and the more solid indicator to hold its direction. 

  • Then when the more sensitive indicator got into the opposite buy or sell zone of the more solid indicator, he faded this in the direction of the more solid directional indicator.
    • When the Alpha Hunters Green Line (sensitive indicator) is opposite of the Alpha Hunters Red Line (solid indicator), the model is to fade the Green Line in the direction of the Red Line.  
      • In other words, when the Red Line is on top of the sell zone, and the Green Line is in the bottom buy zone, the model is to buy the market.

Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future results.



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