The volatility trigger (SET LIMIT STOP) has been set at 1.9%... a value that can fluctuate significantly depending on the current volatility environment. During the course of the past couple years we've seen the BEST ODDS LIMIT STOP range from a high of 3.8 to a low of 1.0 ...close to the current level. If we adjust the SET LIMIT STOP value lower we generate more trade triggers, greater returns BUT a greater risk of reversal drawdowns.......that;s just the tradeoff inherent in using this methodology. For now we'll stick with 1.9% in anticipation of a volatility pop and a big payday.
Note that back on the Feb 5th post of the DN model trades were triggered 169 out of 250 days (68%) while in a longer lookback of 1000 days trades were triggered only 533 or 50% of the time.