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Strategy 11: Over 80

Indicators: blue channel - EMA (20; 0; high) solid and EMA (10; 0; low) dotted lines; red - EMA (20; 0; low) solid and EMA (10; 0; high) dotted lines. RSI (10; 0; close; 55; 45) and SMA (10; 0; Previous Indicator's Data).

Special conditions: assets with stable volatility; TF is not lower than H1; Stop Loss is dynamic along the MA line.

BUY: RSI is above 55 and its MA; the bar is closed below the blue MA. Stop Loss is 10-15 points lower than the red MA.

SELL: RSI is below 45 and its MA bar is closed above the red MA. Stop Loss is 10-15 points higher than the blue MA.

Exit: close at the end of the day with a strong return signal.


Strategy 12: Parabolic SAR + MACD

Indicators: Parabolic SAR (0,02; 0,2); MACD (12; 26; 9; close).

Special conditions: the currency pairs during a period of stable volatility; M30/H1/H4; the main one is MACD. The optional is PSAR; Stop Loss is 5-30 points for the min/max of the key bar.

BUY: the intersection of the line and the MACD histogram with a turn up; gap up on the PSAR line. Buy Stop is above max key bar.

SELL: the intersection of the line and the MACD histogram with a turn down; gap down on the PSAR. Sell Stop is below min key bar.

Exit: by Stop Loss or the appearance of a return signal.


Strategy 13: Bollinger Bands Scalp

Indicators: Bollinger Bands (50; 0; 2; close) are yellow; BB (50; 0; 3; close) are blue; BB (50; 0; 4; close) are red; RSI (8; close); Stochastic (14; 3; 3; high/low; 20; 80).

Special conditions: TF is not lower than M30; entry on the next bar. Trailing is 10-15 points. Signals from the BB centerline - only with a large bandwidth.

BUY: the price breaks up the lower blue BB; RSI and Stochastic turn up from the oversold zone.

SELL: the price breaks down the upper blue BB; RSI and Stochastic turn down from the overbought zone.

Exit: For purchase: 1st signal is on a breakdown of the upper blue BB, 2nd - is on a breakdown of the upper yellow BB or Stop Loss. For sale: 1st signal is on a breakdown from the bottom up of the bottom blue BB, 2nd is on a breakdown of the bottom yellow BB or Stop Loss.


Strategy 14: Forex Smart

Indicators: Parabolic SAR (0,02; 0,2); MACD (8; 21; 1; close); LWMA (5; 0; Linear Weighted; HLC/3); LMA (36; 0; Linear Weighted; HLC/3); Stochastic (12; 12; 5; low/high; LWMA; 20, 40, 60, 80).

Special conditions: major currency pairs; TF is not lower than M30. Parabolic signal is late. Trailing Stop Loss is 10-15 points.

BUY: 1st signal is when Stochastic turns up below the level of 40; intersection of MA from the bottom up; a gap on the PSAR and a turn on the MACD up is an additional signal.

SELL: 1st is when Stochastic turns downward above the level of 60; intersection of MA from top to bottom; a gap on the PSAR and a turn on the MACD down.

Exit: by Stop Loss or reverse signal.


Strategy 15: TDI System

Indicators: Heikin-Ashi; Stochastic (14; 3; 3; close; 20, 50, 80); TDI (14; 0; 34; 2; 0; 7; 0; 32, 50, 68).

Special conditions: TF is not lower than M30: European and American sessions. Stop Loss is beyond a local extreme. No Take Profit, only trailing. Stochastic is interpreted in reverse order. Position above/below yellow TDI amplifies the signal.

BUY: Stochastic is above 50 (80); the green TDI line crosses the red line from bottom to top; a position above the yellow TDI amplifies the signal.

SELL: Stochastic is below 50 (20); the green TDI line crosses from top to bottom.

Exit: Stop Loss or reverse signal.


Strategy 16: The Rachek’s Method

Indicators: SMA (10; 0; close); SMA (20; 0; close); ZigZag (12; 5; 3).

Special conditions: TF H4; a required condition is that the price on the rollback should break through the red MA and move to the blue.

BUY: SMA (10) crosses SMA (20) from the bottom up and both lines look up; ZigZag shows two rising minimums.

SELL: SMA (10) crosses SMA (20) from top to bottom and both lines look down; ZigZag shows two rising maximums.

Exit: Stop Loss by MM or appearing of the break point on ZigZag.


Strategy 17: Two Stochastics

Indicators: Stochastic (5; 3; 3; 30, 70); Stochastic (21; 9; 9; 20, 80).

Special conditions: 1st signal is on fast Stochastic; a deal opens after a similar signal appears on a slow Stochastic.

BUY: the intersection of %K and %D of fast Stochastic in the zone below 30 from the bottom up.

SELL: 1st signal is the intersection of %K and %D of fast Stochastic in the zone below 70 from top to bottom.

Exit: Stop Loss by MM or reverse signal.


Strategy 18: CDMA

Indicators: SSMA (30; 0; close); MACD (25; 50; 9; close) with SSMA (15; 0; Previous Indicator’s Data); MACD (6; 12; 1; close).

Special conditions: TF is not lower than H1; 1st signal is on fast MACD; trailing is 10-20 points; the global trend is controlled by SSMA (30).

BUY: fast MACD is above the zero line; the slow MACD signal line crosses its balance line from bottom to top, preferably above the zero line.

SELL: fast MACD is below the zero line; the slow MACD line crosses the balance line from top to bottom, preferably in the negative zone.

Exit: Stop Loss or reverse signal.


Strategy 19: ZigZag + MA + ZigZag

Indicators: ZigZag (12; 5; 3); EMA (50; 0; close); ZigZag (24; 8; 5).

Special conditions: TF is not lower than H1; speculative signals are ignored; global trend is controlled by EMA (50); we do not close the deal until the slow ZigZag has formed the next extreme. Trailing is 10-20 points.

BUY: slow ZigZag forms min; fast ZigZag crosses the EMA from the bottom up; entry on the next bar.

SELL: slow ZigZag forms max; fast ZigZag crosses the EMA from top to bottom; entry on the next bar.

Exit: Stop Loss by MM or a slow ZigZag reversal.


Strategy 20: EMA + RVI

Indicators: EMA (18; 0; close); EMA (28; 0; close); RVI (100).

Special conditions: TF is not lower than H1; Stop Loss is put at a local extreme.

BUY: EMA (18) crossed EMA (28) from bottom to top; RVI.

SELL: EMA (18) crossed EMA (28) from top to bottom; RVI.

Exit: Stop Loss by MM or reverse signal.


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