• Forex Japanese Candlestick Patterns: Frypan Bottom and Dumpling Top

    In this article, we will give an overview of two opposite Japanese candlestick patterns to enter Forex trades. Frypan Bottom (a buy signal). Requirements for the strategy: Timeframes: H1, H4, D1; Currency pairs: all available in the terminal; Conditions to enter: The pattern forms at the end...

  • Forex Trading Strategies: Tweezers Candle Pattern

    This article will take a closer look at the Forex trading strategy using a combination of candles called "Tweezers". This combination includes only two candles having almost the same high or low levels. There are two kinds of formations: a bearish Tweezer Top and a bullish Tweezer Bottom. Note...

  • Forex Trading Strategies. Trading Chaos: Market Entry Rules

    The trading strategy to be examined in this article has different names: “Trading chaos”, “Profitunity”, “Trading system by Bill Williams”, etc. We will refer to it as "Trading chaos". Requirements for the strategy: Timeframe: H1, H4, D1; Currency pairs: all available; Indicators: Awesome...

  • Forex Trading Strategies: Accurate Market Entry by Ichimoku Indicator

    Ichimoku is a technical analysis indicator developed by a Japanese analyst Goichi Hosoda in the 1930s to better predict the direction of trends. Requirements for the strategy: • Timeframe: H1, H4, D1; • Currency pairs: all the pairs available in the terminal; • The strategy is...

  • Entering Trade: RSI and Stochastic Indicators Strategy

    Some traders prefer medium-term trading; some enter the market every day. The following strategy is suitable for the latter type of traders. Requirements for the strategy: Timeframe: M30, H1; Currency pairs: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, USD/CAD, AUD/USD, USD/JPY; Indicators: RSI (7) with levels at 70...

  • Parabolic SAR Multi-Time Frame Strategy in Forex

    This multiple time frame strategy which is performed with the Parabolic SAR and other indicators is meant to use multiple time frames as a means of sifting the market signals, especially during a period of time when the market is sideways. Indicators Average True Range (ATR) Parabolic...

  • New York Breakout Strategy in Forex

    The New York Breakout strategy is traded within the first hours of the New York forex time zone. It is meant to catch any big moves that occur between 1 pm and 3 pm GMT. The principle behind this strategy is to trade in the direction of where the market players push the currency pair once the...

  • MACD Trendline Break Forex Strategy

    The essence of the MACD trendline strategy is to use the color-coded MACD histogram indicator as a basis of taking trades when there has been a break of the trendlines in a channel in the direction that is opposite to that of the trend. This is a measure of trend reversal. So in essence, this is a...

  • MACD/EMA Forex Strategy

    The strategy combines a customized MACD indicator with two exponential moving averages (EMAs). This strategy therefore combines a momentum indicator with a trend indicator. The moving averages will be used as support-resistance indicators while the MACD will be used to detect the trend change as...

  • MACD Convergence-Divergence Forex Strategy

    The basis of the MACD divergence strategy is the fact that the MACD is a leading indicator which sometimes points to change in trend of price action, before the price action itself moves in the direction of the MACD indicator. There are two components of this strategy: the divergence and the...

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