New Illustrated User Guides
CQT quant analysis combines daily and weekly trading charts in one easy-to-use format.
CQT's algorithm is visually represented on the charts with red and green dots, white lines, black bar histograms, and blue mirror-image lines. These dots, lines, and histograms when viewed together identify uptrends and downtrends. These visual elements identify a trend, define a trading position, and signal the trader to enter a long or short position.
Quick Start Guide:
Green dot or no dot on daily bar chart, and
White line is positive on both weekly and daily charts, and
Black histogram is positive on same
Red dot or no dot on daily bar chart, and
White line is negative on both weekly and daily charts, and
Black histogram is negative on same
Remain Neutral or Flat:
When the weekly and daily charts are in opposition we remain neutral (no position).
Additionally, when red and green dots appear on the same bar, we wait. Double dots do not signal direction but do indicate that action is about to occur. Therefore, we hesitate and wait to get into a position until the next day and look for a definitive direction at that time.
You should fully understand the risks associated with trading futures, options, and ETF’s before making any trades. Trading futures, options, ETF’s and Forex involves substantial risk of loss and is not suitable for all investors.
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