J. Peter Steidlmayer
The first need is a master reference, a secondary reference unit, and one that has all incorporated into a progressive program, and the second need is to establish conditions for each color. The range of prices will reflect the same scaling as the 0-4 graphic ľone box equals one dot. When trade two arrives the distance [not the whole of the developed range] between the two---carryover trade and trade two will be hard coded as to the results.
The first master reference will be the exit box; the secondary will be the carryover trade. The market activity will begin to move above and below etc.-- Where the market moves back toward the exit box, the dots should be yellow, when above green, and where under both the dots will be red.
After trade two arrives, the color on the dots will be yellow if above trade two and under the carryover trade, red under trade two and under the carryover trade, green above trade two and above the carryover trade.
After trade three, the references stay the same, as trade three is a buy low program so it will normally be inside of the first two references. Above the carryover trade and trade two the dots will be green, below trade two and above the carryover trade is yellow, below the carryover trade and below trade two the dots are red.
The program can exit here and assuming it does, it will be on this trade. Before it does, all coding will remain the same. After the exit, it restarts with the exit box as the master reference.
Assuming that the program does not exit, trade four arrives and is referenced to trade two instead of the carryover trade. Above trade two and above trade four the dots will be green, below trade four and above trade two the dots will be yellow. And below trade four and trade two they will be red.
After trade four the greens, reds, and yellows dots will be as follows; any trade signal number that is lower will make the distance between it and the previous trade number a red dot [hard coded]. Green dots will be present above and below the last number as long as it stays above the previous. [This should give more change than f10]
There is another way I might end up doing this to reduce the noise of change, and that is to look at the reference unit that is the highest after and including trade four, and have the color red and stay red until that unit was exceeded.
No yellows are scripted after trade four as we have already given a tolerance and do not need or want more at this level.
The color code for the  are as follows; gold on both  signifies the higher of the carryover trade and the second trade, and the same colors will serve as the most recent high mark [all marks will be retained], a white color on the right will signify a lower mark, one on the left a higher one. The lowest will have both  white.
Also, note that on the ticker where there are two rows of dots, the market has gone either back above or below the current mark [the development is always free.
The new 0-4 program will allow more individual control over each contract. It will allow you to precede the default code with additional entries, exits, cancellations, and where not activated, the default program will prevail.
Entry into this program and to X-funds will come from the price dialogue box. This entry program will be expanded to include a routing of the decision-triggered event to either or both of these entities [0-4, X-fund].
More entries at the early stages have been proven to be beneficial [allows more holding] to program results. [A five lot at trade two has a very positive impact on over-all 0-4 program results]. Trades can be entered at exit, after ten days, and greater volume can be inserted at each trade number. Trade cancellation or even selling can occur at the same trade numbers allowing a full management of the trade spectrum.
The printed results should reflect the increased management of your capital, and help you to understand what you are doing so that you can better understand how to succeed. You, at this point, are trading leveraged-supply and not price. The benefits are a positive slope to over-all returns instead of reverting to the mean.