Current research and my substack structure (February 2023)
In this section, I provide an overview of how to analyze and interpret the data/charts, including an examination of the posts schedule and structure.
Daily posting schedule (all times in EST zone)*
18:00-19:00 - Options Structure Levels + trading plan for ETH session
03:00-06:00 - London GEX
09:15-10:00 - US RTH session trading plan
17:00-18:00 - End of Day updates of previous posts
*Occasionally, there may be a delay in providing updates for ETH session, particularly on Thursday evenings.
Trades summary and analysis (weekly in most cases)
Tradingview, Thinkorswim, Sierrachart indicators/source code
Strategies, patterns, research articles
Intraday trade plan for ETH and RTH session based on options structure
Intraday strategy, which is based on option structure levels, is divided into two sessions: ETH and RTH. The strategy aims to identify overnight bias, optimal entry points, target levels, and stop loss levels (based on research and backtesting). At the start of the RTH session, I will update the strategy with new bias, entry, tp and sl.
My present approach involves utilizing limit orders, which will be set at the beginning of the ETH session and then again after the US market opens during the RTH session. No more than two limit orders will be used in each session.
The fundamental premise of the strategy is that the options market provides a more precise way to measure implied volatility and implied bias. As options bets are more direct in terms of time, price, and volatility, I believe that the line of least resistance and direction of the market, as indicated by options participants, is more evident than simple price action or futures orderflow.
London GEX levels and research
Given the recent popularity of Gamma Exposure, I also believe it is crucial to incorporate this market flow into a daily routine. Properly utilizing these mechanical market phenomena can yield significant opportunities. The model I have studied (and continue to research) seeks to identify points/areas in price where there will be a swift and often dramatic reaction driven by market makers, resulting in decisive changes in futures prices.
The most prominent levels are Max and Min, which represent the highest Call Gex and Put Gex. These levels have the potential to create significant market tops and bottoms. Price visits these levels infrequently.
The secondary significant levels are Flush! and Rally!, which have historically led to swift intraday reactions in their respective areas. The more these levels are breached during a session, the stronger the counter reaction will be.
Optimal Short/Long levels and Overbought/Oversold areas are best to be used in confluence, for example with Options Structure Levels.
Again, this part is still in research mode.
Paid or free?
I have not yet determined which parts of this content will be behind a paywall. Currently, it is all available for free, but this will change in the near future with some parts becoming accessible through payment only.
te pokazane wyniki sa w oparciu tylko o Structure + Overnight Plan ?
przeważnie sa podane dwa poziomy wejścia, w przypadku jak pierwsze wchodziło na SL to bylo zostawiane jeszcze drugie oczekujące ? czy do wyników było brane tylko to bardziej skrajne ?