Allow moving averages on the DTI on both the up and down numbers. Would make a great stop for getting out of Derby portfolios.
If I could add a moving average to each of the two DTI lines, I could use that as a crossover stop to exit my Derby portfolios. When a line gets above 1.20 and goes substantially higher like 1.60, it might move up or down from there. A moving average would allow the raw number to fluctuate but below some moving average, it might mean the best of the day's trend is over.
Another use might be as an indicator to tighten stops or take some money off the table. For instance, let's say its an up day and the green DTI number is at 1.60 and the red is at .45. The green may stay strong all day and never cross our moving average stop, but what if the red starts to climb and goes above some moving average on the red number. Since the green is still wiggling along and indicating I stay in the market, the red number crossover might be an indication to tighten stops or reduce my position.