About Prediction Points
Prediction Points are the end result of a predictive model developed to determine precise levels of intraday market gyrations. Like a computer generates board positions 5-10 and sometimes 20 moves into the future in the game of chess, the same can be done by using predictive analytics with the market.
Traditional methods for determining reliable price values of support and resistance have proven to be unreliable. This is evident by the sheer volume of traders who fail by using such tools. These include pivot points, value areas made famous by ©Market Profile and many other traditional methods for determining support and resistance levels. These methods are not only over used but provide an inaccurate view of the markets reality thereby giving traders a false sense of anticipated market movement.
Using advanced methods to forecast anticipated movement such as the techniques used to calculate Prediction Points, may give traders a unique edge over other market participants who simply neglect to look at the places in the market where the control actually takes place.
Prediction Points are calculated using an algorithm built in MATLAB by one of the most ingenious MIT alums. This data is then made available in the members area.
Cross Market Compatability
Prediction Points are currently available for the instruments listed below.
Originally discovered/created in 2007, Prediction Points have proven to be extremely reliable in virtually any market condition regardless of the economic climate.
Accurate Entries and Exits
Prediction Points possess the potential to provide traders with perhaps the most accurate entries and exits. Prediction Points are so accurate you will often see price go to the tick of any given Prediction Point number.
Prediction Points in Action
Prediction Points are available by logging into the members area. They are populated onto the site before midnight Chicago time for the following days session.
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