May I ask you a quick question
about color convention on your zerolines' charts.
Do you color all zerolines ("short" and "long" ones)
in the same color
or magenta is for "short" zeroline,
and blue is for "long"?
By "short" zeroline I mean the one, where profit holders
will be "zeroed out" by sell, i.e. - they went long on the
begining of breakout for this zeroline.
On this particular chart you do have 2 zerolines,
marked in the same magenta color.
Should you follow "different color" convention,
the first zeroline would be magenta, and next one - blue, correct?
And more general question - does it matter, which zeroline it
is - "short" or "long"?
Is it true, that for red (short) zeroline one would expect to sell,
and for blue (long) - expect to buy.
P.S. Sorry for submitting the same post twice
(I've put it in NLA thread first), but for some strange
reason I cannnot see the very last page of NLA thread -
it's always opening as a blank page.