I have noticed that using the same rules on the E-mini Nasdaq that I used on the E-mini S&P doesn't always work during back testing but if I were to trade the E-mini Nasdaq based on the E-mini S&P signal, then it can potentially work very well?
For example, Tick Count Trend II is one of my favorite strategies on the E-mini S&P but the way it takes counter trend trades based on the E-mini S&P price action, doesn't work as well on the E-mini Nasdaq. The equity curve is up but it is much more choppy. However, if I set it up to trade the E-mini Nasdaq based on the E-mini S&P price action, then it works well.
I am able to accomplish this with the Money Management Algorithms as a tool to trade a market that is looking at another market. In this case, the E-mini Nasdaq is looking at the E-mini S&P. We show the setup in the video below.