@The_Snowman is, of course, correct here. This thread is not designed to spot and trade pinbars. That is a very valid trading approach, but it just doesn’t happen to be what this thread is about any more than, say, spotting MA crossovers. @Dennis3450 does refer to pinbars as observations along the way, but the core purpose here is simply to select those pairs with the most potential and probability for longer term moves. @Dennis3450 has said many times that how one then trades the identified pair is entirely one’s own decision.
This purpose does also reveal the other observation that @The_Snowman makes. This method will never, by definition, identify the turning point of a currency from a point of strength or weakness to the other direction because it only identifies two currencies which are already the extremes in strength and weakness - and hoping they continue as such. As soon as the daily close starts to progressively move back towards its 4H MA its percentage starts moving down towards the middle of the table away from the ends.
No method is designed to serve all purposes and it is best to remember what this approach is designed to do as well as what it is not designed to do.
Of course, one could always try " naked trading combined with any moving average" and I am sure it could produce good results - but that is not what this particular thread is about…………
I must admit, though, that to me " naked trading combined with any moving average" sounds a bit like going to sauna with your underpants on…………….