Ichimoku forecast: Ichimoku Kinko Hyo is Japanese for “one glance cloud chart.” It consists of five lines called Tenkan-sen, Kijun-sen (sen is Japanese for line), Senkou Span A, Senkou Span B and Chinkou Span. The calculation uses four different time periods which we call termT, termK, termS and termC. The Ichimoku Kinko Hyo is graphed over the closing price line. The space between the Senkou spans is called the Cloud, and is usually graphed in a hatched pattern.
The word Ichimoku can be translated to mean “a glance” or “one look”. Kinko translates into “equilibrium” or “balance”, with respect to price and time, and Hyo is the Japanese word for “chart”. Thus, Ichimoku Kinko Hyo simply means “a glance at an equilibrium chart”, providing a panoramic view of where prices are likely to go and the position one should undertake.
Above Chart Shows the High Probablity trades from the Nifty weekly charts…
Rules are simple
1)Buy if Candle closes above the cloud.
2)Sell if Candle closes below the cloud
Sample Weekly Charts from Ratnamani metals with ICIMOKU Indicator showing Breakout