4# Bilateral Stochastic
Momentum Trading with Stochastic
Submit by Vincent 31/01/2024
The Bilateral Stochastic Strategy, featured on TradingView, centers around the bilateral stochastic oscillator—a powerful tool designed to identify trends and potential reversal points in the prevailing trend. This oscillator comprises a bull line in blue, a bear line in red, and a signal line in orange. The strategy offers several options, including two distinct frameworks and a martingale mode. For a detailed understanding of the indicator, please refer to the uploaded indicators section.
The Bilateral Stochastic Strategy provides users with a choice between two strategic frameworks, each with identical closing conditions. The "Bull/Bear Cross" framework features the following entry conditions:
Buy: Triggered when the bull line crosses above the bear line.
Sell: Executed when the bear line crosses above the bull line.
Alternatively, the "Signal Cross" framework implements these entry conditions:
Buy: Activated when the bull line crosses over the signal line.
Sell: Initiated when the bear line crosses over the signal line.
Both frameworks share the same closing conditions, requiring users to close positions when the bull or bear line falls below the signal line.
This versatile strategy provides traders with flexibility and multiple pathways for capturing market movements. Whether opting for the "Bull/Bear Cross" or the "Signal Cross," the Bilateral Stochastic Strategy aims to enhance decision-making by offering clear and concise entry and exit conditions based on the dynamic movements of the bilateral stochastic oscillator.
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4# Stochastic and EMA Multitimeframe Trading System
Submit by Forexstrategiesresources
Is a trading system that is based on the standard Stochastic Oscillator indicator in combination with the standard Exponential Moving Averages. You can use the moving averages as the general long-term trend indicator, while the stochastic will show you the short-term overbought/oversold states.
This trading strategy is made up of 2 different timeframe's, Use D1 timeframe for the long-term trend detection with the Exponential Moving Averages and H1 timeframe for the short-term signal receiving with the Stochastic Oscillator.
Add 3 Exponential Moving Averages to the D1 chart, set periods to 25, 50 and 100.
Add a Stochastic Oscillator indicator to the H1 chart, set its %K period to 14, %D period to 3 and slowing to 3, use Close/Close price field, set overbought level to 90% and oversold level to 10%.
Long Entry Position:
Enter Long position when the long-term trend is bullish (the D1 chart shows price above EMA25, EMA25above EMA50 and EMA50 above EMA100) and the stochastic crosses the oversold level from below on H1 chart.
Short Entry Position:
Enter Short position when the short-term trend is bearish (the D1 chart shows price below EMA25, EMA25 below 50, and EMA50 below EMA100) and the stochastic crosses the overbought level from above on H1 chart.
a) Our initial stop when long will be 4 pips below the two-bar low; our initial stop when short will be 4 pips above the two-bar high.
b) When long, we'll trail a stop at the most recent swing low (strength one); when short, we'll trail a stop at the most recent swing high (strength one).
c) We'll also enable a money-management stop, a breakeven stop, and a $ risk trailing stop.
Daily chart : On March , Euro/Dollar Trend Bullish
15 Min chart : On March 31, Euro/Dollar Long Entries
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