Price/Volatility Vibration (PVV) Model

Vibration Explained

The word "Vibration" is derived from the Latin word "vibrationem", which means shaking. In the mechanical world, Vibration is the process of oscillating around an equilibrium point. Whereas, in financial markets, and particulary in charting and technical analysis, it's the phenomenon of placing successive peaks and troughs whereby, a trend unfolds.

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Price/Volatility Vibration Model

PVV is the chosen abbreviation for "Price/Volatility Vibration", a technical system invented by Amr Dabbous (eTradingPicks.com's Founder) and introduced to eTradingPicks.com's subscribers in late 2021 after generating extremely high accuracy signals in prior months. The model mainly produces daily signals but could be applied to all time frames.

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PVV Commentary Access

We provide FREE Major Trend PVV coverage for select markets on the ticker of our website's main page. We also offer exclusive daily Nasdaq PVV commentary through our Twitter account @eTradingPicks. The commentary is updated several times a week but the content is exclusive to eTradingPicks.com subscribers. To learn how to susbcribe, please click here.

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PVV FAQ

What exactly is the PVV model?

PVV is a complete market prediction model. It generates PVV trend directions, targets and reversal levels on all time frames, as well as a specific trading range for each time frame (known as a PVV range). The model returned extremely high accuracy rates during its testing period in the second half of 2021 and maintained its outstanding performance ever since.

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How to use the PVV model?

1) If the PVV trend is negative and the PVV range is lower than the last Close, then the market will probably accelerate to the downside. 2) If the PVV trend is negative and the PVV range is higher than the last Close, then the market will probably rebound. 3) And vice versa. 4) If the last Close is inside the PVV range, then the market will probably consolidate within the range.

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If the PVV trend is negative but the PVV range suggests a rebound, can I buy (go long)?

NO! You can only do one of the following: 1) Cover a Short position or a portion thereof if you were already Short. 2) Wait until the rebound approaches or exceeds the upper PVV level and go Short. 3) Do nothing at all if you're already Short.

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Which is more important, the PVV trend or the PVV range?

By all means, the PVV trend, and especially bigger time frames PVV trends. You should "never" trade against the followed PVV trend, even if the PVV range suggests a move against it, also known as a correction.

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If the market breaks above the PVV range when the PVV trend is negative, what should one do?

1) If you're already Short, you may add to your Short position if you want to. 2) If you're not Short yet, then as long as the market did not reverse the negative PVV trend, you should Short it.

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Can the PVV model be applied to individual stocks?

YES! The beauty of the PVV model is that it can be applied to any financial market in the world as long as there is Price (Open, High, Low, Close) and Volume data. Amazingly, it produces the same accuracy rates on all markets.

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Is the PVV model available for sale?

No, the model is currently not for sale. However, in the future we are planning to publish a book on the PVV model, and we are also considering the idea of offering the model for sale either as a software or as a subscription-based service.

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How do I get PVV coverage for other markets right now?

Our Twitter account currently provides PVV coverage for the Nasdaq Composite index. As for other markets, if we receive enough requests for a particular market, then we will surely add it to our coverage.

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What is the PVV model's accuracy rate?

The signals generated by the PVV model were considerably above 90% for all back-tested markets. Some markets performed better than others, but overall, their accuracy rates never dropped below 90%.

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