9# The Anti Trading System

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This Trading System is only for ECN Brokers Accounts

 His one’s a Linda Bradford Raschke original.


Time frame: 5M.

Spread max:0,0001.


Stochastic Indicator with Moving Average. 

Setup: On 5 minute bars, we use a 7 period slow stochastic indicator, with a 10-period moving average of it to act as a trend filter.


Entry: Buy at market when the 7-bar stochastic indicator crosses above its own upward sloping 10- bar period moving average line on the close of any 5 minute time-period;

Sell at market when the indicator crosses beneath its own downward sloping 10-bar moving average line on the close of any 5- minute time-period.

Profit Exit: Close out for profit at a 8 pips


In the picture below an example of the Anti Forex Scalping System in action.

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Comments: 10
  • #1

    radiologo86 (Saturday, 11 August 2012 10:56)

    It seems profitable and reliable, where you should put stop loss?

  • #2

    sreekanth (Thursday, 03 January 2013 17:53)

    what about sl

  • #3

    instar (Wednesday, 06 November 2013 05:54)

    Good Strategy. Thank you so much

  • #4

    pipandrun (Saturday, 11 January 2014 12:18)

    in your example you have 13 signals, but only 7 trades...why?

  • #5

    MathTrader7 (Friday, 22 August 2014 12:27)

    I think stop-loss is the same as take-profit, 8 pips.

  • #6

    andromeas (Monday, 01 December 2014 01:54)

    it is profitable with small spreads

  • #7

    din (Saturday, 04 April 2015 02:00)

    Ya.. Quite impressive.
    No SL? If floating just layer lot until profit

  • #8

    din (Monday, 06 April 2015 19:07)

    I like the stoch setting. Really2 reliable and profitable. I has been used this in tf m15 for 2 week gain 1000% profit

  • #9

    Bohun (Tuesday, 07 April 2015 17:51)

    No gut

  • #10

    quasar (Thursday, 20 August 2015 03:47)

    This is not the way Rashke trades it. It is a pullback strategy whenever the fast line goes in the opposite direction of the slow line. You can place stop orders at the high or low of the last candle following the direction of the slow line. You bring the stop order to the high/low of the next candle if the order is not triggered. When it does, put a stop loss at the opposite of the triggered candle. We usually close the trade after 3-4 candles. There is a good example at 14:40.