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Market Road Maps | HPTZ Methodology

Extensive Technical Analysis and Market Road Maps for major indexes, commodities, and FOREX. The High Probability Target Zones Methodology (HPTZ) is used to locate significant supports / resistances, patterns, break-out opportunities and other technicals of importance. The method creates a market “road map” that clearly identifies potential trade opportunities, potential targets (HPTZ’s) and the levels that should be looked at for entries, exits, and stops.

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Market Road Maps | HPTZ Methodology

HPTZ High Probability Target Zones

The HPTZ Methodology was the subject of a Masters Thesis paper for the IFTA  (International Federation of Technical analysis), and had the distinction of being  published in their 2015 yearly journal. (Direct D/L Link for PDF; pg.15: Identification of High Probability Target Zones). 

Several different technical tools and methods are integrated and overlapped via a common denominator.  When these perspectives all appear to align, converge or show a confluence in a specific time & price area on the chart, we have a High Probability Target Zone to look towards. 

Setting up the chart to find HPTZ’s identifies the significant technicals for the market, creating an accurate market road map that can be used as the backbone for any investing or trading style. 

We’ve been doing this for a while. Below is a video exemplifying the charts and method, created when we were still TRIGGER$.ca. The charts in the video below were real time market assessments, published to a subscriber base.  “Proof of concept” for the HPTZ Methodology was not done through standard back testing, but rather real time published analysis over several years were used. 

Public Technical Analysis Examples
  • GOLD Hits 8 Month Target
    April 9, 2020
    TRIGGER$ Technical Analysis Market Road Maps | HPTZ Methodology COMMODITIES Gold Previous Monthly Our last technical update for Gold (Aug 11th, 2019) offered the monthly chart below (left) for consideration. The current view (right) shows the market holding and bouncing around between significant
  • OIL Dump Captured, What’s Next?
    April 6, 2020
    TRIGGER$ Technical Analysis Market Road Maps | HPTZ Methodology COMMODITIES Oil OIL DUMP CAPTURED: Our previous oil update (Aug 5th/2019) can be seen on the left, with the current market on the right. At that time, the market was sitting on a significant Fib ratio, inside an obvious wedge or
  • S&P Technical Update – Wheres the Bottom?
    March 26, 2020
  • SPX Update 2018 08 06
    August 6, 2018
    Last update we gave you this chart, identifying significant technical supports, resistances, and levels. Here is the current view of the same chart. The market has lifted, remaining within the two orange dashed highlighted technicals.  No significant changes or moves occurred, this chart remains
  • SPX Update 2018 03 26
    March 26, 2018
    Last update (2017 10 17) we noted a large expanding wedge pattern bounding the markets lift since 2009 and the increasing potential for extreme volatility. The S&P has since lifted significantly, slightly breaking up through the wedge patterns resistance and touching the next Fibonacci level.
  • USD & Market Correlations
    February 6, 2018
    Our recent USD technical update showed a potential for the drop since the beginning of 2017 to come to an end.  Several significant technicals can be seen near the current market location and  there is a possibility for the USD to find support some time in the near future. Here is a look at a
  • SPX Technical Update 2017 10 17
    October 17, 2017
    If you have been following any of Gordon's Macro work then you are aware that there is a disconnect between the current market and reality.  One of the many issues associated with this is trying to determine how high the market(s) will go.  With respect to the S&P, it is also making new

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