Jurik Volatility Bands

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We like:

  • One of the most accurate non-repainting indicators we have used.
  • Works in range-bound and trending markets.
  • Wide range of Alert options.
  • Arrows.
  • Beginner friendly and easy to use.
  • An all-in-one indicator for Scalping, Counter-trend trading, Trend trading and gauging the market's movements.

Room for improvement:

  • When counter-trend scalping on the smaller timeframes this indicator can sometimes cause new traders to jump in too early. Rest assured, it's a highly effective trading tool so if you do open a position early you'll find that price will eventually correct and you'll be able to close at break even or in profit.

Anyone know how to use this? how to trade with this?

Attached on chart seem to slow down or hang MT4.


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Posted By rodneyevans : 16 July, 2020
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