Monday, July 30, 2019 I lost track of Donchian channels for a couple of years, having forgotten what they were called, and coded something similar of my own, only to discover late last year that what I created was the exact same thing. Still, the way I generated them ate up a lot of memory, so I'm glad to once again have the indicator coded correctly. On Sunday I discovered an indicator I never heard of before called the Chande Kroll Stop. It is the first indicator outside of simple moving averages, simple moving average envelopes and Donchian channels that I personally deem as being of any real value. Like several of my proprietary indicators, it seems to eat up a lot of memory, but I feel it offers me a means of timing entries and exits that is superior to simple moving average envelopes, so I'm planning to leave it on my charts anyway... So even without trading full-time, the fully defined setup I wrote about on Saturday that uses Donchian channels in place of simple moving average envelopes (with the addition of the Chande Kroll Stop indicator added on Sunday) along with simple moving averages looks like it has the potential to easily generate better than the 1.8% daily return I will hopefully be shooting for in September. I haven't written a protocol yet, but I should be able to come up with one over the course of this week.