There are reasons why traders, me included, have a hard time committing to a published method. You start with a thread that may be anywhere from 100 to 20,000 posts. If you manage to get through that and distill what is meaningful from all the bs and the pa Nazis who stomp in and tell everyone to forget their crap indicators and follow the true religion, you come away with a nugget of an idea. Remember that mining for gold is 95-99% dirt and, if you’re lucky, the rest gold.
With only a few ounces of precious metal, again, if you’re lucky, there is now no substitute for a lot more work. You absolutely must go through a period of trial and error where you are learning to trade this method as discussed or make adjustments more suited to your personal trading style. In my opinion, most of the work in trading should not be to complicate and obscure, but should be to clarify, objectify, and simplify. At the university, I was an identified “Reductionist,” always working to boil down the esoteric theories to something understandable. I remain less than reserved in my view that the more complex someone tries to make it, the more they just like smelling their own farts. Show me a post that starts off with two or three pages of what you will have to learn to master this method and I will show you a lot of intestinal hot air.
Don’t be put off by the gurus who just want to show you their rate of synaptic transmission. Some of the best information you will ever find will come up on searches of the word, “simple.” “Trading Made Simple,” “Trading is as Simple as ABCD,” “Super Simple System.”