Fri

30

May

2014

Metatrader 4 buid 600

 

MT4 update.

With transition of of many FOREX brokers on MT4-Build-600 and is higher, at many Traders has appeared problem with installation of the user indicators, scripts, advisers. Here the instruction how manually to establish yours files.

How to Install:

 

Now Yours files need to be established on the following path.

C:\Users\User_account_name\AppData\Roaming\MetaQuotes\Terminal

\DDB0FFA3D9748AFCCE67690\MQL4\

Further all is simple. We open MQL4 a folder and copied our files in Corresponding folders. Correctly Working both ex4 and mql4 files.

For this purpose it is necessary to show the hidden folders (AppData).

2 Comments

Thu

13

Feb

2014

windows 8.0 and 8.1

There are many problems with windows 8 and 8.1 and new version of Metarader 4 and 5.

 

3 Comments

Fri

27

Dec

2013

Send Forex Strategies

 

 

Simple rules , to compile forex strategies, to be sent to Forex Strategies Resources.

 

1. Small description of forex strategy (optional).

2.Time Frame.

3. Markets, Currency pairs.

4. Forex Indicators.

5. Rules of forex strategy.

6. Buy and Sell

7. Exit position.

8. Money management (optional).

 

1 Comments

Sun

20

Oct

2013

Forex Strategies Resources under attack

 

This site has been submitted under black SEO attack. We have done so to take all necessary steps. We thank all our readers and contributors for support.

 

 

FSR

5 Comments

Sat

31

Aug

2013

News MT4 and MT5

 

The files decompiled, now, do not work on Metatrader 4 and 5.

 

Admin

3 Comments

Tue

13

Aug

2013

Complete replacement of MQL4 language and MetaEditor 4 with common MQL5 and MetaEditor components

 

 

Important news from mql4 http://forum.mql4.com/56885

 

read:At the moment, we are doing a huge amount of work preparing for MetaTrader 4 client terminal's upgrade.

Here are some upcoming changes:

  1. Complete replacement of MQL4 language and MetaEditor 4 with common MQL5 and MetaEditor components

    Instead of working on MQL4 -> MQL5 compatibility, we have decided to go the opposite way. We have transferred the maximum possible amount of MQL5 language functions and features fully preserving MQL4 functionality. In other words, all powerful MQL5 functions, including ООP and the native code compiler, will become available in MQL4.

    To achieve this, we have developed a unified compiler that automatically supports both MQL4 and MQL5 languages. MetaEditor will also become a single application both for MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 platforms. Thus, it will be possible to compile both MQL4 and MQL5 from any version.

  2. MQL5 Storage will be available in MQL4 IDE

    Thus, it will be easier to manage source code versions, participate in team operations and synchronize files.

  3. MQL4 code protection is considerably increased

    New EX4/EX5 files are provided with a serious and completely revised protection.

  4. The market of applications will become available in MetaTrader 4

    Transition to the new compiler that supports resources and conventional protection suited for each user's PC will allow users to develop and sell full-fledged applications. There is no need to worry about the protection of EX4/EX5 files sold via the market - they do not contain bytecode but only a pure native code signed by our private key.

    This solution puts in order all the diversity of existing programs and protects the sellers.

  5. The market of MetaTrader 4 applications will open for MQL5.community in mid-August

    Developers already can prepare their applications and register as sellers. We will start releasing the first beta versions of the terminal in a couple of weeks.

  6. We have many other extensive plans but it would be better to postpone them for a while.

    Read more:http://forum.mql4.com/56885

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Fri

19

Jul

2013

Money Managent Simple guideline

 

Submit by James UK 19/07/2013

Money management is extremely important to being a successful trader.

Without it, you will rarely succeed in the long run. With your paid subscription, we will give our traders specific guidelines that should be followed according to their account balance.

As a rule of thumb, it is generally a good guideline to never trade more than 10% of your account capital.

When in a trade, you should never risk to lose more than 5 to 8% (absolute maximum) of your account capital on one trade. That's saying, if your account is $ 25,000.00 and your margin is $ 500.00 per lot, you would not want to trade more than $ 2500.00 (10% of account capital), or 5 lots. read more

Larry Williams money management Formula read more

 

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Mon

03

Jun

2013

3# Candle Binary Optios Strategy

Binary Options High/Low

 

Submit By Janus Trader 03/06/2013

 

Markets:Any

Time Frame 15 min or higher.

Binary options Strategy Rules

1. Find the third candle

2. Enter your trade at the start of the third

candle and wait that candle closed.

 

-Identify the current trend.

(For example: use 50SMA or 100sMA to

identify the current trend. If the price is above

the SMA – the current trend is up or opposite)

You may also use a Stochastic indicator with

parameters 5.3.3 to filter your trades. If the

direction of the stochastic is opposite of your 1st

and 2nd candles it is better not to trade at that

moment and wait for the next “1st candle figure”.

-Open a 60 min chart or other time Frame and find the “first

candle”.

The First Candle” is between two

candles, and it is the highest or the lowest of

those three candles.

Look at the chart below: read more

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Fri

10

May

2013

Binary Options Strategies work in progress

joy22, Maximo Trader and Janus Trader traders are preparing a new website section dedicated to strategies for binary options. Work in progress.

 

 

 

FSR

admin

 

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Thu

25

Apr

2013

5 min Stochastic Scalping

Stochastic trading method

 

Submit by MJ 25/04/2013

 

This is very profitable scalping system where you don’t have to

think at all. This is strategy is a Stochastic Trading Method MTF for scalping in tyhe forex markets.

Currency Pairs: EUR/USD and GBP/USD

Indicator:

the Stochastic Indicator will do it for you.

Timeframe: 5min chart

Indicator: Stochastic – parameters 13/8 Read more

 

2 Comments

Sat

13

Apr

2013

1 min chart Scalping System

 

Scalping system wit indicators

 

Submit by Daniel 13/04/2013

 

Setup Charts

 

Time Frame 1 min.

Currency pairs; majors.

 

Open a new candlestick chart at 1 min time frame EUR/USD, GBP/USD.

 

Indicators:

Bollinger bands (18; 2);

3 EMA (Exponential moving averages);

MACD (default);

RSI (14) Read more 

 

2 Comments

Wed

10

Apr

2013

315# 15 min Trading Method

SHI Channel trading system

 

Submit by Janus Trader 10/04/2010

 

Time Frame 15min:

Currency pairs:any;

 

Metatrader Indicator:

Perky asctrend;

Lagerre;

MTF Psar;

SHI Channel Fast;

SHI Channel Force;

TrendStrength;

Demark indicator;

EJ Candle.

 

  1. After unzipping files to your temporary folder, Copy and Install the indicators in the same manner as shown in the photo file.

  2. Set up the template on to your 15 minute window, to also look like the photo. (You may have to close and re-open Metatrader) read more

 

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Thu

04

Apr

2013

Stochatic Scalping

Submit by Mash 04/04/2013

 

Time Frame 15 min, but this tradig system works all time frame.

Currency pairs:any.

Stochastich Scalping indicators:

Stochastic (8,5,3,);(overbought 80 – oversold 20).

BSVG-var (25,14,14,21) (overbought 55 , oversold -55). read more

 

 

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Fri

29

Mar

2013

QQE Intraday Scalping

Submit by Iggy 15/03/2013

 

Time Frame 15 or 30 min;

Currency pairs any.

 

QQE Intraday Scalping Metatrader Indicators:

QQE (3; 30);

Trding Zone (Traders Zone with MaCD Color);

Bband Stop alert;

4H Support and resitance. Read More

 

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Fri

08

Mar

2013

Candlestick Patterns with Rainbow

Candlestick Patterns with Rainbow

Price action Forex Trading System

Submit by Maximo Trader 08/03/2013

 

Time Frame 30 min or higher.

Currency pairs:any.

 

Candlestick Patterns with Rainbow Metatrader Indicators:

(EMA's) Exponential moving averages : 3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12-13-14-15-16-17-31-32-33-34-35-36-37-38-39-40-41-42-43-44-45-46-47-48-49-50-51-52-53-54-55-

21.

Pivot levels (this setting is for intraday ).

Pattern recognition Master 7; read more

 

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Mon

04

Mar

2013

FX Trend Direction

Scalping Intrady Trading System

 

Submit by JamesUK 05/03/2012

 

This is a scalping intraday trading system.

Time Frame 15 min

Currency pairs:any;

 

Fx Trend Direction Metatrader indicators:

EMA 11 period,

LWMA 21 period;

Indicator 02;

RSI Filter (14 period);

RBCI Filter;

Solar Wind (10 period);

Solar Wind (21 period). read more

 

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Thu

28

Feb

2013

Pivot Scalping with Candlestick

Pivot Scalping with Candlestick Patterns

Scalping System with Candlestick reversal Patterns. Intraday Strategy.



Submit By Reymond (CA) 28/02/2012



This System is hybrid. Price action with ergodic indicator.

Time Frame H1.

Currency pairs:any.

Pivot Scalping with candlestick patterns metatrader indicators:

Candlestick Patterns,

Pivot,

BH Ergodic .Read more

 

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Wed

27

Feb

2013

Scalping with pivot levels

Scalping with pivot levels

Scalping System

 

Submit by Kevin 26/02/2012

 

Scalping with pivot levels, Metatrader Indicators :

- Stochastic (10,5,5) with 15 and 85 levels.

-RSI (14) rsx (12) with 20 and 80 levels.

- MACD Divergence (just an addon..not necessary)

- Autopivot V.5 ( daily , weekly , monthly )

 

The Pivot points show us the daily range which is likely to be filled within the london and ny session..read more

 

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Sun

03

Feb

2013

DemaTrading System

Submit by Louis 03/01/2013 (update)

 

Based on the formula developed by Patrick Mulloy

It can be used in place of EMA or to smooth other indicators.

DEMA = 2 * EMA - EMA of EMA

Red is EMA, Green is EMA of EMA, Yellow is DEMA

 

This is a strategy for swing trading

Time Frame 30 min or higher.

Currency pairs:any

 

Metatrader Indicators:

Excalibur,

Dema

Awesome

FDM alerts

 

Rules

Buy:

Dema yellow > Ema Green and EMa Red;

Awesome Green bar;

Excalibur green dot.

 

Sell:

Dema yellow < Ema Green and EMA Red;

Awesome Red bar;

Excalibur red dot.

 

2 Comments

Sun

27

Jan

2013

Grucha Channel Scalping Breakout

Submit by Dannyd 27/01/2013

 

Time Frame

15 min for scalping,

Trading Session all NewYork, London .

Currency pairs:any.

Metatrader Indicators:

Grucha Channel,

Profitable Trend strength. more

 

4 Comments

Sat

19

Jan

2013

Forex Oracle 1.2

This light produces a search for the historical data strip as much as possible, similar to the current condition of the market, and it displays possible further direction of prices. A portion size for the search determines the numbаr. Alternative option allows you to enable display is still one the most likely option from the past. NNIndicator read more

2 Comments

Fri

11

Jan

2013

RSX -MA FullSSA Scalping

Submit by nico 11/01/2013

 

Time Frame 15 min.

Currency pairs: any;

 

Metatrader Indicators:

RSX -MA FullSSA;

Moving average 34 period smoothed;

Bollinger Bands (30:2).

 

Trade only in Trend.

When MA 34 is<middle bollinger bands Trend is up.

When MA 34 is>middle bollinger bands Trend is down...

 

2 Comments

Tue

01

Jan

2013

Binary Options system i-HighLowMiddle

Submit by Mek2

 

This system work on binary options.

Time Frame 240 min;

Currency pairs: any.

 

Indicators:

i-HighLowMiddle;

Coloror CCI: 5. 30, -30);

KGFI with movin average smoothed (period 1). Read more

 

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Sun

30

Dec

2012

Metastock update

الخطوة الأول,Adaptive Oscillators Formula Metasck 10.0,AD Channel,

 

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Wed

19

Dec

2012

Forex Scalping with T3 Dragon 2

269# Forex Scalping with T3 Dragon2

Submit by Maximo Trader 19/12/2012

 

Time Frame 15 min or higher.

Currency pairs:any,

 

Metatrader Indicators:

T3 Dragon2( 2, 4,2,5);

All pivot;

MACD (13, 27,1),

MACD with EMA (6, 60,1,7). read more..

 

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Sun

16

Dec

2012

Free Forex Scalping

266# Free Forex Scalping

Submit by Joker 16/12/2012

 

Time Fame 15 min

Currency pairs:any

 

 

Metatrader Indicators:

DPI Indicator;

Free Forex;

exponential moving average 34;

exponential moving average 89.read more..

 

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Wed

05

Dec

2012

Trading System, Gaussian

260# Trading System, Gaussian

Submit by Maximo Trader 05/12/2012

 

Currency pairs: any.

Time Frame 15min, 30min, 60min.

 

Metatrader Indicators :

Guassian Bands;

Gaussian MACD

AD Filter Bollinger Band W.

 

Buy

Wait that price breaks dot red line and Gussian Histogram MACD is above moving average: enter at open next bar.

 

Sell

Wait that price breaks dot blue line and Gussian Histogram MACD is below moving average: enter at open next bar.

 

Exit Position

 

Stop loss for buy 5 pips above red dot line.

Stop loss for sell 5 pips above blue dot line.

 

Profit Targetpredetermind depends by currency pairs and time frame (15 min, 30 min, 60 min).

 

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Tue

16

Oct

2012

An Elliott Wave Pattern that Signals the Start of Opportunity

By Elliott Wave International

On Monday Oct. 8 I sat down with Elliott Wave International's senior analyst Jeffrey Kennedy to discuss his favorite wave pattern of all: the Elliott wave diagonal.

Nico Isaac: You say if you had to pick just ONE of all 13 known Elliott wave structures to spend the rest of your technical trading life with, it would be the Elliott wave diagonal. First, tell us what the diagonal is.

Jeffrey Kennedy: The diagonal is a five-wave pattern labeled 1 through 5, in which each leg subdivides into three smaller waves: 3-3-3-3-3. Unlike motive waves, however, diagonals are the only five-wave structures in the direction of the main trend in which wave 4 almost always moves into the price territory of wave 1.Read more.

 

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Thu

11

Oct

2012

Economic Gloom or Recovery? 5 Signs That One is Ahead

The economy has never really recovered since the 2007-2009 financial crisis 
October 05, 2012

By Elliott Wave International

Several signs suggest economic contraction instead of expansion.

The first was recent front-page news: 8.1% August jobless rate. The number would have been higher, but it excludes people who gave up the job search.

The second is summed up by this Sept. 4 Bloomberg headline:

Food-Stamp Use Climbs to Record

Nearly one in seven Americans use food stamps. Before the downturn it was one in 10.

You can find the third sign at the other end of the income scale. Read more.

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Sun

16

Sep

2012

Apple's iPhone, Germany, the Fed: Why It's All Irrelevant to the Market's Trend

R.N. Elliott's other major insight: News events do not impact market price patterns
By Elliott Wave International

Even major news does not alter the market's main wave pattern! This seems to defy logic because most people believe that news and events are the very things that drive the stock market. Yet, it was barely 100 years ago when most people believed that only birds could fly. In the 70 years since R.N. Elliott observed that news does not alter the market's wave pattern, his insight has been proven time and again. It's wise to keep your market eye on what really matters: the Wave Principle. You can find out what the Wave Principle is revealing about today's market.. Read more.

 

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Thu

30

Aug

2012

XPS V.2

XPS v.2 Forex Tradind System written by Xard777.

Add in the post XPS V.6

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Thu

30

Aug

2012

Single- and Multi-Bar Price Analysis: Could It Help You Forecast the Markets?

EWI's Jeffrey Kennedy shows you what a simple price bar can tell you about a market
By Elliott Wave International

Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy has spent over 15 years developing techniques to "read between the lines" on a price chart. You'd be amazed at how a simple price bar can provide you with so much information that can improve your trading success. Read More.

 

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Wed

22

Aug

2012

"The Commodity Markets Take No Prisoners"

Do you have what it takes to succeed despite losing trades? Peter Brandt does -- and shares some of his insights in this FREE report. 
August 20, 2012

By Elliott Wave International

How many losing trades can you tolerate each year and still be successful in the markets? How many consecutive losing trades? How many losing weeks, months, or even years would it take to end your trading career?

Peter L. Brandt is a professional trader who openly acknowledges that only about 30 to 35 percent of his trades over an extended period of time will be profitable. He says that most years, he will "incur eight or more losing trades in a row." He also says his trading career has seen "losing weeks, losing months, and even losing years."

So why should you listen to someone who has lost so often? Read more.

 

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Sun

19

Aug

2012

Sentiment Measure Shows No Fear of Major U.S. Stock Decline

If investors are climbing a "wall of worry," where's the evidence? 
August 17, 2012

By Elliott Wave International

The stock market's recent rally has seemed to ignore Europe's debt crisis and the weak U.S. economy, and in turn commentators have dusted off an old Wall Street phrase: wall of worry.

  • Why Stocks are Climbing the Wall of Worry -- Equities.com, Aug. 10
  • Global stocks have been rallying in recent weeks, climbing a "wall of worry" -- CNBC, Aug. 8
  • We do this thing on Wall Street called climbing the wall of worry. -- ABC News, Aug. 7
  • Stocks scale wall of worry -- Marketwatch, July 19Read more.

 

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Sat

11

Aug

2012

Elliott Wave Trading Q&A: Instruction AND Application from Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy

Hear tips on technical indicators and about how to improve your trading with Kennedy's educational service. 
August 08, 2012

By Elliott Wave International

There's no shortage of actionable trading information out there, for every kind of trading style -- countless newsletters, books, and websites to choose from.

But how do you know when to apply this information to your trades?

If you're an experienced trader, you know that the answer to this "million dollar question" is elusive indeed.Read more.

 

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Tue

07

Aug

2012

The Surge Higher in U.S. Markets: "The Stage is Being Set"

The market's main trend stays the same. 
August 03, 2012

By Elliott Wave International

Elliott Wave International has long observed that external events do not alter the dominant trend of financial markets -- not even major events like wars, natural disasters, terrorist attacks, political assassinations or any other news that makes headlines.

Now, it is true that news can sometimes have a near-term effect on market prices.

The July 26 opening bell is an example.

Dow Surges 200 Points on Draghi Comments, Jobless Claims  Read more.

 

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Fri

03

Aug

2012

Basic Elliott Video Lesson -- Characteristics of Zigzags

For consistent trading, use Elliott as your metronome. 
August 02, 2012

By Elliott Wave International

When you are new to trading with Elliott Waves, it can take some time before each pattern is easy to recognize and understand. But as with new music, the more you listen the more the particular rhythm and meaning stand out.

There may be as many approaches to market forecasting as there are genres of music, yet once you find a style that you like -- in trading or in tunes -- the patterns that drive each move (whether it's a pip or a note) become evident. Read more.

 

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Mon

30

Jul

2012

Basic Elliott Video Lesson -- How the Zigzag Measures Up

Quickly learn how to differentiate a zigzag from two common Elliott Wave patterns 
July 25, 2012

By Elliott Wave International

You're not supposed to compare apples to oranges, but I do compare apples to apples: I prefer the classically mellow taste of Red Delicious to the grassy and tart Granny Smith.

It can be a challenge to describe the differences between two similar objects. For example, I'd struggle to tell the difference between Pinot Grigio and Sauvignon Blanc in a taste test (and why I don't try to earn a living as a sommelier).Read more.

 

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Thu

26

Jul

2012

Bear Naked Pattern

Submit by Joy 22 23/07/2012

 

Time Frame 15min or higher.

Currencye pairs:any.

 

Indicators:

Indicator1;

Indicator2;

Bear Naked Pattern;

 

 

Long Entry

Go long only if the price has broken the lower band and the line of destiny confirm the buy arrow.

Note:the arrow to buy is valid if it does not appear above the middle band.

 

Short Entry:

Go Short only if the price has broken the upper band and the line of destiny confirm the sell arrow.

Note:the arrow to sell is valid if it does not appear below the middle band.

 

Exit Position:

Profit Target at the middle band.

Stop Loss at te previous swing.

 

 

BearNakedpattern is formed by:CCIMA and Bollinger Bands.



Read more: http://www.forexstrategiesresources.com/trading-system-metatrader-4-iii/381-bear-naked-pattern/#ixzz21gKWqpso

 

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Fri

20

Jul

2012

Australian Dollar: "Still Surging" -- Why, Again?

This is a story we've seen repeated in the forex markets again and again.
By Elliott Wave International

Picture this. It's late May. You're in Australia. You have an interest in the currency markets: Maybe you speculate in forex; maybe your business depends on the exchange rates. Every morning, you scan the headlines. This is what you see regarding the Australian dollar during the last week of May.... Read more.

 

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Mon

16

Jul

2012

Why G-Men Convert to Spies: The Means, Motive & Opportunity (Part II)

Why G-Men Convert to Spies: The Means, Motive & Opportunity (Part II)

Robert Folsom | July 3, 2012

For more than two years, the Socionomics Institute has followed the growing global trend toward polarization. This volatile trend pits authoritarians against anti-authoritarians, and promises to become even more explosive as negative mood deepens.

The authoritarian side is clearly becoming more strident. In part one of this article I showed that the FBI had shifted its focus from law enforcement to domestic spying, in an effort that spends several billion dollars annually and relies on a 15,000 domestic spies. Since 9/11, this has led to the prosecution of about 500 alleged domestic terrorists.

Here are a few facts about those prosecutions.

  • Some 53% of the prosecutions did not involve acts of terrorism, but allegations such as immigration violations, false statements, and financial crimes;
  • 41% of the defendants had no alleged affiliation with a terrorist group;
  • 48% were the target of an informant.
  • About 66% of the prosecutions led to a guilty plea
  • 21% were found guilty by trial.


That's the overview, but the full story becomes clear only after a close look at the cases themselves. If you've ever closely followed and read about the highest-profile cases that the FBI announces publicly, you know where I'm going. Most of these cases begin when an informant hears or solicits a remark from a deeply disgruntled person, expressing some wish to act out their anger.

Then, having heard the "motive," the informant and the FBI provide the means and the opportunity for that person to "act." What follows is the stuff of a bad movie: As a recent Rolling Stone article put it, "the alleged terrorist masterminds end up seeming, when the full story comes out, unable to terrorize their way out of a paper bag without law enforcement tutelage."

One especially notorious example was a 23-year old in Lodi, CA, who was convicted of training in a terrorist camp in Pakistan. The New York Times reported that the "informant in the case, a convenience clerk who was paid more than $200,000 over four years in salary and expenses, could be heard on tape angrily ordering [the suspect] to seek terrorist training." A retired FBI agent who reviewed the case described it this way: "It's shameful, because I've never seen the department do this before."

Similarly, the "Liberty City Seven" who allegedly planned to blow up the Sears Tower in 2006, the Hemant Kakhami case in 2005 prosecuted by then-U.S. attorney Chris Christie, and the very recent case of the three individuals loosely affiliated with the Cleveland "Occupy" movement who allegedly tried to blow a bridge: and, as many would content, each case involved informants who helped the FBI carry out "sting" operations that target people or groups whose defining attribute was hapless incompetence.

As negative social mood grows, cases like these will increasingly be seen as the government taking expressions of anti-authoritarianism and making them synonymous with terrorism.

This particular battleground is but one of many in the growing conflict between authoritarians and anti-authoritarians. I invite you to learn more by reading Alan Hall's April-May 2010 study on the topic. You'll find it in the all-access archives that are open via a subscription to The Socionomist. Follow this link to begin.

Andrea Dibben contributed research.

If you would like to receive the best of Social Mood Watch and other free socionomics content each week, sign up here.

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Sun

15

Jul

2012

A Four-Chart Lesson in Spotting Trade Setups

By Elliott Wave International

You can find low-risk, high-confidence trading opportunities by trading with the trend. The trick is to find the end of market corrections, so you can position yourself for the next move in the direction of the trend. Read More.

 

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Wed

11

Jul

2012

How to Become a Better Trader: Know Thyself

EWJ Editor Jeffrey Kennedy offers wisdom to guide your search for trading success.
By Elliott Wave International

Can you define your own trading style as easily, or do you continue to struggle with major pitfalls? Read More.

 

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Mon

09

Jul

2012

Slope Scalping

Submit by joy22 05/07/2012

 

Time Frame 1min, 5min

Currency pairs: majors.

 

Indicators;

Big Trend (HULL 240 method 3)

Big Trend (HULL 120 method 3)

Slope line 70

Slope line 50

i-paramon Work time

Cam H2-H5 Historical

Cam L2-L5 Historical

TSR Daily Range

Bar Trend

 

Trade only in the direction of the Mega Trend.



Read more: http://www.forexstrategiesresources.com/scalping-forex-strategies-ii/226-slope-scalping/#ixzz205DfUrQe

 

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Wed

04

Jul

2012

How to Build Consistent Trading Success

EWI's senior analyst Jeffrey Kennedy shares with you practical advice on what it takes to improve the quality of your trades.
By Elliott Wave International

Why do traders take positions when a pattern demonstrates only one or two of the necessary traits? Find the answer -- and the solution -- with a lesson from Jeffrey Kennedy. Read more.

 

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Sun

01

Jul

2012

The Story of How Entitlements Reached 200% of GDP

By Robert Folsom | June 15, 2012

Seventy-five years of positive mood trend has entrenched the idea that the state can afford to support an ever-expanding percentage of its citizens, including even the more affluent.
--Alan Hall, May 2012 Socionomist

Please take a moment and think about that sentence with me. It offers a wealth of information already, yet it's even more instructive to consider what happens if you delete the first major premise. Here's what I mean:

The state can afford to support an ever-expanding percentage of its citizens, including even the more affluent.

That is a straightforward claim. And the truth is, at least two generations of Americans agreed with the claim enough to vote in legislators who acted on it.

Now, what I removed from the sentence was the reason for the claim. Because the point I wish to make is, some reasons make more sense than others. For example, the original sentence could have said this:

America is a rich country, so the state can afford to support an ever-expanding percentage of its citizens, including even the more affluent.

But that's not satisfying or even credible. America has always been a rich country. But it has not always had Federal entitlement programs, much less so many of them that they amount to 200% of GDP.

So, if the question is:

How and why could Americans ever think that straightforward claim was true?...

...Then socionomics offers a uniquely credible AND satisfying answer. It's worth your time to understand that answer in full -- and to get your head around the forecast that comes with it. The entitlement state as we know it may well be about to enter a very different future.

Read it for yourself, right now.

 

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Fri

29

Jun

2012

10 Years Ago Today: Prechter's Conquer the Crash Is Published. Read 8 Chapters Free Now

We're sharing 8 Conquer the Crash chapters FREE to celebrate! 
June 25, 2012

By Elliott Wave International

 

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Take advantage of this FREE, 8-lesson Club EWI report that can help you prepare your financial future. Read more.

 

 

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Wed

27

Jun

2012

How to Build Consistent Trading Success

EWI's senior analyst Jeffrey Kennedy shares with you practical advice on what it takes to improve the quality of your trades.
By Elliott Wave International


Why do traders take positions when a pattern demonstrates only one or two of the necessary traits? Find the answer -- and the solution -- with a lesson from Jeffrey Kennedy. Read more.

 

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Sat

23

Jun

2012

European Debt Crisis: "Imagine the Worst and Double It"

European Debt Crisis: "Imagine the Worst and Double It" 
Just how will the sovereign debt crisis end?
By Elliott Wave International

The Italian and Spanish economies are in shambles as borrowing costs have skyrocketed for both countries. And now front and center is Greece. But how about the endgame for the entire European Union?... Read more.

 

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Fri

22

Jun

2012

(VIDEO) Is Natural Gas the Next Big Thing?

(VIDEO) Is Natural Gas the Next Big Thing? 

By Elliott Wave International

Natural gas rallied 40% in the last two months. Is the cleaner alternative to crude oil braced for another big more to the upside? EWI's Senior Analyst Jeffrey Kennedy joins Yahoo! Finance Breakout host Jeff Macke to offer his take on what's in store for the market that has plagued long-term investors since falling over 80% from its 2005 highs. Read More.

 

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Tue

19

Jun

2012

S&P 500: Did the 13.74-Point Rally Finish the Move?

From an Elliott wave perspective, there was a good reason for the June 15 rally
By Elliott Wave International

There were few "fundamental" reasons to be bullish on U.S. stocks on Friday morning (June 15). If anything, the news that the U.S. unemployment rose in 18 states in May sounded downright bearish. But stocks rallied anyway.... Read more.

 

 

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Sun

17

Jun

2012

Title, byline, and very short description

S&P 500: Elliott Wave Forecasts, Simplified 
Plus, your FREE opportunity to test-drive our intraday S&P forecasts for 1 full week -- starting now
By Elliott Wave International

Here's what Elliott wave analysis is all about: You study charts to find non-overlapping 5-wave moves (trend-defining) from overlapping 3-wave ones (corrective, countertrend). With that in mind, please take a look at this chart of the S&P 500. Read More.

 

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Wed

13

Jun

2012

The Smell of Fear: Detecting the Dow's Scent

The Smell of Fear: Detecting the Dow's Scent 
Stocks typically fall faster than they rise
By Elliott Wave International

This insight regarding the CBOE Volatility Index (nicknamed the "investor fear gauge") helped Financial Forecast subscribers prepare for the downturn that we've now seen unfold. What do the technical indicators and Elliott wave patterns tell us now? Read More.

 

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Mon

11

Jun

2012

Listen: EWI's Chief Analyst Hochberg Explains Recent Action in Stocks, U.S. Dollar and More

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Sat

09

Jun

2012

The Day of American Austerity: What Will It Look Like?

The Day of American Austerity: What Will It Look Like? 
In the United States, the belt-tightening has just begun
By Elliott Wave International

Ten years ago, Bob Prechter described what this age of austerity would look like. Much of what he described looks just like what is going on today. But how about the rest of what's described in Conquer the Crash? Yes, there's more. You see, Prechter pointed out much more than what unfolded in the 2007-2009 financial crisis. Do yourself the biggest of favors and learn what he has to say... Read more.

 

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Wed

06

Jun

2012

Title, byline, and very short description

The 80/20 Trade: "Pounce Like a Cat" 
Patience Can Be Rewarding
By Elliott Wave International

You must "ambush" high confidence trades. Long-time professional trader and teacher Dick Diamond says patience is vital before the ambush. I talked to Diamond about his famous 80/20 trade... Read more.

 

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Mon

04

Jun

2012

Trade Zone Tutorial

Submit by joy22 (Written by Claiburg www.clayburg.com) 04/06/2012

 

1. Four Step Method and use of the

Directional Day Filter

 2. Alternative Method to use

Common Oscillators

 3. Use of support and resistance to

set entry and exit stops.

The Four Step Trading

Method

1. Determine the Major Trend for the

Day

2. Define the Minor Trend within the

Major Trend

3. Identify a High Probability Entry

Point

4. Define Logical Stop Loss and Profit

Taking Strategy

To see PDF

Trade Zone Tutorial

 

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Mon

28

May

2012

Don't Invest Another Dime Before Reading This Free Report at Least 3 Times

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Mon

14

May

2012

Simple Entry

 When the 13 EMA  crosses up over the 55 EMA  it is a sign to buy (long)  OR a sell (short) if the line is crossing downward under the  55 EMA.     
 STOP LOSS 
  1.  Stop loss placed somewhere on the opposite side of the 55 EMA . If candles previous on that same side then behind the one of those candles as well to put distance between candle levels.

2.  Set a specific stop loss according to your money management tolerances, 10, 25 or 50 pips as your needs dictate.

 

Profit Target

15, 30, or 60 pips.

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Fri

11

May

2012

Senyum manual

Trend, Merah tanda Down Trend – untuk Sell

Trend, Biru tanda UpTrend – untuk Buy

Indicator Didi_Index di W1 bersilang tanda perubahan trend, garis aqua / biru menuju bawah 0 dan garis gold /merah menuju atas 0 ( tanda down trend) …CS berada di bawah garisan merah di main Window (indi Mega Trend –warna merah down, warna biru up trend)

Tanda yang di bulatkan itu andalah tanda persilangan bertukar trend.

Buat OP di awal trend (2 bar setelah garis bersilag dan ada trend / sama warna serta ada arrow menunjukan up atau down pada main window.

Cuba akaun demo untuk mengenal pasti trend.

 

Senyum


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Fri

04

May

2012

The Manic-Depressive Stock Market: What to Make of It

The Manic-Depressive Stock Market: What to Make of It 
The psychology of the market may be teetering on the edge
By Elliott Wave International

The stock market: one week it acts like Dr. Jekyll, the next week it's Mr. Hyde. What do we make of these dramatic fluctuations? Read More.

 

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Thu

03

May

2012

5 min Forex Strategy

5 Minute Chart Trading Strategy.
Refer to our recent chart example for a better idea of our strategy.------------------------------------------
Rules of Engagement:
The range of your last few high/low points is more than 20 pips.  High/Low points on our charts are indicated by the red (high) and blue (low) circles. (also called “Mouteki 2 bar high/low points”) These are a high or low point with two bars on each side of them that didn’t make a new high or new low.  We don’t use all red and blue circles when deciding if 20+ pips has been reached, we mainly use the points that have shown very little retracement.  The exception to this rule is only if your potential trade is in the direction of the overall trend.  If so, less than a 20 pip range could still be acceptable, provided the other variables match.
Trade the right side of the range.  If you are planning to go long, your entry would be in the bottom half of the range between your last few high/low points-closer to the low of the range.  When shorting a currency, it would be the top end of the range.  If you are in the direction of the overall trend then this rule is less important.  
Before placing a trade, wait for a breakthrough of any decent support or resistance that’s nearby. Ideally, we like to see double confirmations.  If there is a break of the trend line, we like to wait for a break of the nearest support or resistance as well.  We do this to avoid reversing our position on what is likely a small retracement.  On our chart we have two examples of this.  The first trade breaks the trend line followed by a breakthrough of the resistance.  The second trade breaks through the support and then the trend line.  During the upward move, we also have retracements that break the trend line, but not the support line, therefore we never reversed our trade.
Draw smooth trend lines-use clean points with no previous breakthrough. This is important because we think that once the price passes through it, the integrity of the trend line has been weakened. Once a price breaks through our trend line, we modify our trend line according to the previous break.  We take our original point and use the high or low of the violation bar as our next point.  We then draw a trend line between the old line and the new line, because we would still consider entering that trade on a double confirmation.  If the trend line is strong, and the price pulls away from it, only to come back and pass through it, we don’t need a double confirmation.  We would consider entering the trade without it, if there are no support or resistance points in the area around the breakthrough.
If our trade is going really well, and the trend line looks pretty steep, we often change our strategy a little. We would not be looking to stop and reverse as usual, but be more concerned with not giving back all of our profits.  If your price targets have been reached or you feel you are coming up on a strong support or resistance, then feel free to exit the trade.  We like to give the trade a chance, usually waiting for a trend line violation or an opposite support or resistance break though.  Sometimes there will be no mouteki price points or trend lines in the immediate area, so we look for technical reversal points to exit our trades with still a decent profit while at the same time giving our trade room to breathe.  
Be conservative on choppy days or days when bars have consistent long shadows.  The Forex usually follows some daily pattern, until, of course, it is broken.  Because of that some days will be very easy to trade and profitable, and others will be difficult.  For the most part the market will be fairly easy to trade and profit from because of the very large daily pip range.  The sooner we recognize the type of market we are in the sooner we can adapt our trading strategy to it. One way we can “adapt” is by utilizing smaller stops when the market is trending tightly, and using better positioned stops when the market is more volatile.  If we see a ranging market, then we can look to enter on a single confirmation closer to the top or bottom the range.  It is easy to trade according to rules, however it is more difficult to recognize and adapt to the current market conditions.  By using adaptive rules we can better play specific market conditions.
Use technical points for stops.  There is no need to risk more than 15 pips on a trade when using a 5 minute chart.  If you decide the risk is worth the reward then virtually any stop can be justified, but be aware of the next major support or resistance, as that will likely be your first target or obstacle.  Ideally, our stops will be on the opposite side of the top/bottom range point nearest to our trade.  If this is not possible then we will try and place our stops just beyond the nearest support or resistance levels that we can find that are within reason.  Remember to add your spread (2 pips) and a buffer zone (1-3 pips) to the support or resistance you chose to put your stop behind.  The basic idea is that our trades have 3 possible scenarios, 2 of them going our way.  The trade could move against us and break out past our technical point; we lose. The trade could move against us, hit our technical point and reverse back, moving our way; we win.  The trade could move in our direction; we win.  
Managing stops can be the biggest determinate between making money and losing money.  If we trail our trade tightly, we increase the chance of making a small profit, but reduce the likeliness of making a big profit.  Small profits are good, however, if we consistently get stopped out at +5 or so, and are willing to risk 15 pips on the downside, it will be tough to make decent money.  More often than not we would miss the big runs.  With that said, we need to be intelligent about our stops, both in placing them as well as managing them.  Ideally, we just close our trade and take a position the other way.  If we are using a trailing stop loss, we need to keep our distance and always place stops behind strong support/resistance points.  We trail our stops if we think our stop is in a weak position.  The stronger we feel our stop is, the less likely we are to move it (unless the trade moves into good profit.) One strategy that makes stops easier to manage is trading two lots.  The first lot we look to exit at the first likely reversal point, thereby locking in profit, (or at least offsetting any potential moves that stop you out.)  Trading two positions can free you up mentally by satisfying your need for locked in profits, but also allowing you an opportunity to see your trade run as well.
Trading bigger ranges and trading with the overall trend will reduce your risk and dramatically increase the probability of a successful trade.  Like we stated earlier trading two or more positions also increases your chance of success.  Remember that the trend is more likely to continue than it is to reverse.
Do not force or create trades.  Wait for the market to dictate when you trade. This rule is the difference between following a strategy and “just winging it”.  Modifications can be great, but entering early, really late, or placing large stop losses are recipes for disaster if not thought through. 


These Rules of Engagement are based on the results of one lot trading with a few adaptive variables, (e.g. stops and limits.)  We have NOT tested trading only with the trend, or trading only large movements.  If you decide to do so, please share your results with us.

Additional Information:
Q:  When using a 5 minute chart are we not just giving spreads to our broker?A:  That depends on the currency pair.  For the EUR/USD, our spread is around 1.5-3 pips, which is a fraction of our allowed stop loss.  We want to position ourselves for the larger moves, but even with smaller moves we can overcome a 2-3 pip spread easily. We don’t enjoy paying a spread, but it is a factor that most intraday trading strategies must deal with and overcome.
Q:  Why use such a small chart; wouldn’t the 15 or 30 min be better?A:  The 5 minute chart is both the 15 and the 30 minute chart it’s just a matter of how you look at it. Three 5 minute bars are a 15 minute bar, and six 5 minute bars are a 30 minute bar.  The 15-30-60 minute charts can’t tell you about a 5 minute chart, and a 5 minute chart can tell you what the 15/30/60 minute charts tell you. That’s why we use it.
Q:  Why don’t you use any technical indicators along with your charts?A:  We would be happy to if you know some that would correlate with the strategy that we are trading, and that would act as a confirmation of when to enter or exit a trade.  We are trying to keep trading relatively simple; “if this, then that”
Q: Why do you use trend lines along with supports and resistance points?A:  Trend lines give us a glimpse of the possible future, and supports and resistances open or close certain actions within that possible future.  The idea isn’t to use a moving average to tell us what we already know; rather the point is to gather information on what we don’t currently know and using that information to predict probable directions of the market.

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Thu

03

May

2012

Trend FX Strategy

Submit by Maximo Trader 03/05/2012

 

Time Frame H1

Currency Pairs:any

 

Indicators

21 EMA applied to the close

50 MA applied to the close

100 MA applied to the close

Stochastics (10,3,3)

MACD (12,26,9)

 

 

 

Long Entry

21EMA>50EMA and 100EMA

Stock at oversold

MACD >0

 

Short Entry

21EMA<50EMA and 100EMA

Stock at overbought

MACD <0

 

Stop Loss:

25-50 pips

 

Take Profit:

win\loss ratio 1:1.

 

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Tue

01

May

2012

Scalping with 200 CCI

 

Submit by Maximo Trader 01/05/2012

 

Time frame 5min or higher

Currency pairs: any

 

Indicators:

200 CCI

10 EMA

21 EMA

50 EMA

Pivots Levels

 

Rules:

 

Long Entry

200CCI>0

10EMA> 21 and 50 EMA

 

Short Entry

200CCI<0

10EMA>< 21 and 50 EMA

 

Exit Strategy:

  1. On the pivots levels;

  2. When EMA 10 Crosses Ema 21 in opposite direction;

  3. Stop loss 12-15 pips

  4. Profit Target predetermined

     

 

200 CCI Scalping with 123 pattern V.6

Indicators:

200 CCI

10 EMA

21 EMA

50 EMA

Pivots Levels

123 pattern V.6.1

 

Long Entry

123 pattern V.6.1 buy arrow if

200CCI>0

10EMA> 21 and 50 EMA

 

Short Entry

123 pattern V.6.1 sell arrow if

200CCI<0

10EMA>< 21 and 50 EMA

 

Exit Strategy:

  1. On the pivots levels;

  2. When EMA 10 Crosses Ema 21 in opposite direction;

  3. Stop loss 12-15 pips

  4. Profit Target predetermined

 

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Mon

30

Apr

2012

Bollinger Bands and SVE Bollinger Bands

Submit by JanusTrader 30/04/2012

 

Time Frame 4 H

Currency pairs:any.

 

Indicators:

Bollinger Bands(20, 2)

SVE Bollinger Bands (set default)

 

This strategy is simple

 

If you open an H4 chart and you insert the Bollinger Bands(20) indicator, if you observe the chart you will see that the bands are simply a Resistance and Support. The Upper band is a Resistance and the Lower Band is a Support. If you pay attention to the chart you will see that most of time the price hit the upper band then it retraces back to Lower Band, so how I trade is very easy, I wait till the price touches let’s say the upper band and closes under it (not above it) and wait till the candle is formed, when it finishes and the next candle opens under the previous Upper band then I enter a

Short trade with target = middle band.

 

Same thing when it touches the Lower band and the candle closes above it, and the next candle opens above the previous Lower Band then I go Long with Target = middle band.

 

Other condition for trade is

for Buy SVE Bollinger Bands crossed from bottom to Top Red Band

for Sell SVE Bollinger Bands crossed from Top to Bottom Green Band

 

Stop Loss on the previous swing.

 

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Sun

29

Apr

2012

Dynamic Reversal update

Dynamic Reversal signals V.2 (updated 01:00 -01:30 GMT Berlin)

Signals for 30/04/2012

For Best Money Management after 25 pips in gain, move stop loss at +11 pips from entry price

 

EUR/USD

Buy at level =1,3279

Sell at level =1,3234

 

Stop loss=30 pips

Profit Target=35 pips

 

GBP/USD

Buy at level = 1,6289

Sell at level = 1,6252

 

Stop loss=35 pips

Profit Target= 40 pips

 

AUD/USD

Buy at level = 1,0483

Sell at level =1,0445

 

Stop loss=30 pips

Profit Target= 35 pips

 

USD/CHF

Buy at level =0,9075

Sell at level =0,9039

 

Stop loss=30 pips

Profit Target= 35 pips

 

USD/CAD

Buy at level =0,9830

Sell at level =0,9789

 

Stop loss=30 pips

Profit Target= 35 pips

 

 

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Sat

28

Apr

2012

Dolly 10,11,12,

335# Trading System, Dolly 10,11,12

Submit by Janus Trader 28/04/2012

 

Again Dolly!!!

 

Janus

 

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Fri

27

Apr

2012

Trading System, Triple Zig Zag

TF : 4H.
sang pembuat menggunakanY di pair GJ
indi asli :
formasi triple zigzag utk melihat trendnya dg periode berikut:
Zigzag 120 sbg trend bulanan
zigzag 30 sbg trend mingguan
zigzag 6 sbg trend harian ,.
Stakostik 30,6,6
MACD 12.26.9
Bolinger bond standart
MA 6 
Tambahan dari ane : 
indi S/R
BB 120 deviasi 2
Zigzag pointer
EMA 5 dan 10
INWMAARROWS dengan setting (1.5.1.10) ->menggantikan MA 6..digunakan untuk melihat kekuatan trend..

indi dan TPL ane share dimari
monggo

Rule asli sang pembuat : 

Utk open posisi sy berpatokan pd pola zigzag yg terbentuk sbg konfirmasi dan leading entry menggunakan stakostik 30,6,6 dan MACD 12,26,9
utk indi pembantu sy gunakan MA 6 dan BB

Open terbaik adl disaat konfirmasi terbentuk triple zigzag tsb berada di satu titik yg sama,semisal triple zigzag berada di titik garis atas BB mk itu menandakan akan dimulai down trend dg menunggu konfirmasi dr indi leading stakostik ma MACD,begtu jg sebaliknya apa bila triple zigzag berada di garis bawah BB.
Dgn teknik ini usahakan open posisi searah ma trend bulanan ( zigzag 120),apabila zigzag 30 dah terbntuk maka sebaiknya open posisi dg menunggu terbentuk kembali zigzag 30 yg searah ma zigzag 120

Utk TP ada bbrp pilihan,dimana TP bs disaat zigzag 30 terbentuk (jangka menengah) atau zigzag 120 terbentuk (jangka panjang),utk SL sy tentukan di titik zigzag yg terbntuk.kalo sy pribadi lbh srg TP terbntuknya zigzag 120..dgn teknik gelombang zigzag locking..^^!


NB: slama sy menggunakan teknik ini slalu open posisi dgn menggunakan pending order STOP SELL atau STOP BUY,dan sy menggunakan price high/low dr tf dayli..apabila sy ingin open buy stop mk sy pesan price di high dayli sebelumnya,begitu jg klo sell di harga low nya..

Apa yg sy uraikan diatas adalah trading yg sy gunakan utk long term..^^!

 

Mungkin sebagai tambahan saya uraikan teknik gelombang zigzag locking sekalian..^^!
Teknik ini sama sprt yg telah sy uraikan diatas hanya saja di teknik ini sy menambah open posisi setiap zigzag 30 terbntuk..dan melakukan locking profit saat trend zigzag 30 berlawanan dengan trend zigzag 120,apabila zigzag 30 dah terbntuk kembali dan searah ma trend zigzag 120 maka sy menambah open posisi kembali,dan utk posisi locking sy pasang SL+..begitu seterusnya sampai zigzag 120 terbentuk sbg TP nya..^^!

Ada sedikit tambahan utk teknik yg telah sy uraikan di atas..
Disini sy akan uraikan seberapa banyak pips yg dibutuhkan utk terbentuknya zigzag 30 dan zigzag 120 di pairs GJ dan GU dr pengalaman sy dg strategi ini..
GJ membutuhkan minimal mencapai 450pip utk terbentuknya zigzag 30 dan 1100pip utk terbentuknya zigzag 120,sedangkan GU membutuhkan minimal mencapai 300pip utk terbentuknya zigzag 30 dan 800pip utk terbentuknya zigzag 120.


Utk waktu berapa lama akan terbntuknya zigzag 30 dan 120 itu relatif berbeda,bs saya katakan plg cepat bth wktu 4-5hr utk zigzag 30 dan 1-2bln utk zigzag 120,jadi teknik ini yg dibutuhkan adl kesabaran dan keberanian utk utk open posisi dlm wktu lama..bisa sy katakan dlm setahun open posisi utk TP di zigzag 120 bs open 4-6 kali,tapi utk TP di zigzag 30 dalam sebulan kt bs open 2-3kali,tergantung kt sk yg mana,heheee..!

 

Money MANAGEMENT
Kalo sy sih MM nya pake management %risk dg perhitungan sbb:
rumusnya = ((resiko/SL)/10)
contoh= $500/125pips/10 = 0.4 lot (mini)
Jd,pertama tentukan brp dana yg ingin anda resiko kan,lalu anda tentukan brp point SL anda,lalu di hitug dg rumus tsb..
Kalo sy slalu meresikokan 5% dr modal dan utk menentukan SL dr titik zigzag 30 yg terbntuk..jd berapapun SL anda maka loss anda hanya 5% krn perhitungan tsb jg utk menentukan brp lot kt open posisi..

 

Triple Zig Zag

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Fri

24

Feb

2012

Daily Scalping

194# Daily Scalping

 

Time Frame Daily

Currency pairs: any.

 

Indicators:

21 EMA (close)

MACD (5 15 1) with CCI 14

 

Long Entry:

Condition: Price >21EMA, MACD>0 and CCI>line MACD

Enter Buy order open at 2400 GMT. Place Profit Target 50 pips and Stop Loss 40 pips.



Sell Entry

Condition: Price <21EMA , MACD<0 and CCI<line MACD

Enter Sell order open at 2400 GMT. Place Profit Target 50 pips and Stop Loss 40 pips.

 

 

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Sun

29

Jan

2012

Add 2° Filter

Dynamic Reversal 2 is helping develop the strategy dynamic reversals,but the profitability is not satisfactory. Add. 2° filter.

 

0 Comments

Sun

18

Dec

2011

Thanks at all

Thank you all for participating in the site!!!

 
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