The chart above shows the SPX CASH index, along with the Curry Cycle Detrend indicator,
showing an approximate 72-90 trading day cycle, which is one of the main cycles that
I track in my market reports. With this indicator, we can clearly see the prior bottoms
and tops for this particular cycle (please note: the blue and red arrows I have added
on this chart are for illustration purposes only - they won’t show up on your chart!).
I should also point out that, due to their nature, detrends are lagging indicators;
that is, they won’t show bottoms and tops as they are made in real-time. Again, this
indicator is for showing PAST bottoms and tops, so that the analyst will be able
to see and analyze them in detail, to be able to get some idea of what can be expected
from the cycle in the near future.
This indicator is the same one that I use in my daily and weekly outlooks, to show
prior bottoms and tops for each of the particular cycles that I track. The indicator
itself is customizable, and only two inputs are required. A short user manual accompanies
Note: The Curry Cycle Detrend indicator is for the Tradestation platform only; you
must be able to import an ELS or ELD file in order for the indicator to work.
You can purchase the Curry Cycle Detrend below for only $45.00. Once payment is confirmed
(through Pay-Pal) I will email you the file, also the short manual that accompanies
The Curry Cycle Detrend indicator is a simple-to-use indicator for determining where
past cycle bottoms and tops have been registered for any particular cycle. This indicator
is useful, for the analyst who wants to know (1) where these bottoms and tops have
been made in the past, and (2) for being able to analyze the same in detail for future
I created this indicator so that I could quickly ‘see’ these prior turns (tops/bottoms)
in the market; in other words, to get a good visual representation of the same. Here
is what it looks like on a chart: