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    Trade and expected price with the relative index Kerry (KRI)

    Trade and expected price with the relative index Kerry (KRI)
    The relative index Kerry (KRI) is an index used to determine the direction of the market. A center line indicator and this means that the line in the middle and the encoder dial (0) refers to the entry and exit points, and either enter into short or long trades and trends Ooualemdiat. When the line below the zero line, this refers to the possibility of hyper market sale, so marketing strategy must be to engage in a long trade. And when the line is above the zero line drawing strategy must be to engage in trading short because it refers to the hyper market potential purchase. The difference between the zero line and the entry and exit points at the top and bottom of it in the index nearly 500 points.
    How about you give me your opinion???????

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    in order to find out the direction of the market this relative trade and expected price is used. it is the total close and opening of the market in the trading market.the zero lines shows te relative results so we should rely on the trading system.the exit and zero points at the top and bottom is effective.

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    my point is very simple the route of the market this relative company and predicted price is used. it is the complete close and beginning of the market in the working market.the zero collections reveals te relative results so we should rely on the working plan.When the variety below the zero variety, this symbolizes the likelihood of extremely market selling, so strategy must be to exercise a long company. And when the variety is above the zero variety showing strategy must be to exercise working short because it symbolizes the extremely market prospective purchase........

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    Business and predicted cost with the comparative catalog Kerry (KRI)
    The comparative catalog Kerry (KRI) is an catalog used to figure out the route of the industry.

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    my point is so When the range below the zero range, this represents the likelihood of super industry sale, so technique must be to practice a long trade. And when the range is above the zero range illustrating technique must be to practice dealing short because it represents the super industry potential purchase it is the total close and starting of the industry in the dealing industry.the zero lines shows comparative results is called trade and expected price with relative index kerry

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    strategy must be to perform out operating brief because it symbolizes the amazingly market prospective purchase

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    I didn't got your point Mr. Huzefa please explain this in the normal language so we could able to understand the wording you are using .

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    Dear the brief result providing startegy is something different, you must choose strategy which can provide you a chance of earning in the worst conditions of market.

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    I think the different startegies has different results and this is why because they have different working principles and they are different in terms of operation to each other.

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    It is used in trend but a thread starter should add more information about this system, which helps every trader specially for new traders to understanding and using this system

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