Trading strategy using the parabolic sar

Trading strategy using the parabolic sarHow to use the indicators Parabolic Sar and RSI in a trading system

Posted by Alfred Calvet on September 9, 2013

In todays post you are going to learn how the technical analysis indicators Parabolic Sar and RSI can be combined in the same system to create a strong trading strategy using Alphadvisor.

The first step you need to take to create any strategy is to concieve it in clear terms. Determine the idea of your system regarding carefully all parameters. Every trader has his own preferences: favourite indicators, money management strategies, etc. In Alphadvisor we design systems with the aim of inspiring traders and we put them all at your disposal as free download. You can either use them as they are or modify them with Alphadvisor just by adding indicators, changing open and close parameters, etc.

Imagine your system

In order to concieve a system, you need to be certain about the strategy you want to use. This is how the system we are creating will work: Operations will open at tendency changes . thats why we are using the Parabolic SAR, an indicator that provides us with this information. A buy operation will open when a bullish tendency starts and a sell operation when a bearish tendency starts.

In addition, we are going to improve the strategy with an RSI filter . The Relative Strength Index (RSI) measures the market strenght and tells us when prices are oversold and overbought. The traditional use of this indicator would be to set a level at 70 and another one at 30, but we are just going to use a single level at 50. This level will need to be crossed for operations to be opened (upwards for buys and downwards for sells), confirming that the market pushed in the right direction.

Design the system with Alphadvisor

Once our idea has been clearly set in our minds or on paper, lets see which steps you can follow with Alphadvisor to build such a system. If you follow carefully the instrutions, you will realize how easy it is to automate a trading system with Alphadvisors builder, even without having any programming knowledge .

As always, start with an Every new candle block. It will act as the head of the robot and will launch an analysis every time a new candle appears in the MetaTrader . Remember giving a name to the robot! Click on the block and write down the name in the properties section on the right-hand side of the screen. We have called it Galway.

Next, drag two Technical analysis 2 AND blocks to configure the market entries . Set the first one for buy operations as follows:

Parabolic SAR in candle 2 (Shift 2) is higher than High of candle 2.

Parabolic SAR in candle 1 (Shift 1) is lower than Low of shift 1.

To configure the second block, do the same but inverting the comparisons:

Parabolic SAR in candle 2 (Shift 2) is lower than Low of candle 2.

Parabolic SAR in candle 1 (Shift 1) is higher than High of shift 1.

Now, configure the RSI filter with the blocks Above level and Below level for buy and sell operations respectively. Configure both blocks with the RSI in clandle one (Shift 1) and set a level at 50. Remember that blocks need to be connected to the technical analysis blocks so that the flow chart you are drawing follows its path.

Finish the robot with Open buy and Open sell blocks. You can set the closing of orders by Take Profit and Stop Loss in this very same blocks.

That is how your Alphadvisors chart will look like:

Once your system has been designed, next steps to follow are a good optimization and a good analysis of the results . And many back and forwardtests! Try to optimze your robots with Alphadvisors K-means optimizer and you will see how you systems become much more stable and probitable.

If you have enjoyed this post, check our blog for more robot examples and essential information to operate in Forex with automated systems. Join our community of successful traders right now!

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The statistical arbitrage trading strategy

The statistical arbitrage trading strategyThe Statistical Arbitrage Trading Strategy

The statistical arbitrage trading strategy is an approach to equity trading that uses data mining systems and automated trading, and attempts to make a profit based on a concept similar to pairs trade strategy.

Stocks are known to shift up and down over time and so a pairs trade strategy tries to take advantage of these shifts by predicting the next ones based on what has already happened recently. Two stocks that are in the same market might be considered a pair, because you might assume that they will do similarly over a long period of time, very generally speaking. A trader might notice a divergence between two stocks in a pair, for example, stock A goes down and stock B goes up. Using a pairs trade strategy, that trader might purchase some of stock A and short some of stock B with the assumption that their prices will eventually shift towards each other again. The strategy assumes that a stock that has recently gone down is more likely to go back up, and a stock that has recently gone up is more likely to go down soon.

Statistical Arbitrage basically takes that concept and applies it to a portfolio of a hundred stocks or more. The portfolio also applies diversification by taking stocks from different industries and regions to eliminate beta exposure and other risks. The construction of this portfolio is automatic and has two steps to its process. The first step is scoring, where each stock in the portfolio is assigned a numeric ranking of desirability based on how well or poorly it has done recently. Continuing out of the pairs trade concept, stocks that have done well recently are given a number that represents low desirability and stocks that have done poorly recently are ranked as being more desirable. This concept is also known as mean reversion, which is that prices will generally always shift back to their historical average. The second step of portfolio construction is risk reduction, where the desired amounts of each stock are computed based on optimizing the risk of the portfolio. There are other types of statistical arbitrage that incorporate different concepts such as lead/lag, psychological barriers, corporate movement, and also momentum.

One of the risks involved with taking up a statistical arbitrage strategy is the availability of trading time and liquidity. For example, lets say you have an automatic system that accepts 10 quarters at a time and flips the quarters for you, and every time a quarter lands on heads the machine gives you $1. You decided to use this machine because it is known to flip quarters to heads more often than tails. Therefore, you know that overtime that the machine will generate a profit for you. What happens if you run out quarters before that happens? That is one of the main basic risks of statistical arbitrage, which is that you could have losses over the short term. Having more available funds means having higher chances of profit.

Shift forex

Shift forexMatthew Miller, Chief Operations Officer

Matt Miller is a co-founder and Chief Operations Officer of Shift Forex. Matt contributes extensive experience in forex management and IT strategy consulting. At Shift, Matt assists clients with enterprise-wide systems implementations; CRM management; systems training; sales optimization; organizational growth efforts from startup, through the value chain, to international expansions.

At Shift, Matt has taken his understanding of large-scale, enterprise processes and applied them to the rapidly growing forex space, allowing Shift to offer scalable solutions to its consulting clients ranging from entrepreneurs to top-tier brokers in the industry.

Prior to founding Shift Forex, Matt was with Ernst Young Advisory performing large-scale CRM implementations, change management projects and strategy design for Fortune 50 clients including Dell, National Grid, Bristol Meyers Squibb, Sony of America and Citizen’s Bank. Prior to EY, Matt worked for Accenture, a leading IT and strategy consulting firm. While at Accenture, Matt served clients on a variety of process improvement projects in data management, IT systems optimization, sourcing and data analytics.

Greg Berman,

Greg Berman is a director at Shift Forex, where he focuses on valuation of FX brokerages along with strategy and preparation for eventual sale. He also provides ad hoc internal consulting as requested by Shift Forex management. His deep analytical and capital raising background combined with a growing knowledge of FX industry trends and transactions position him as a leading advisor to mature FX businesses.

Prior to Shift Forex, Greg worked in private equity and real estate development for nine years, with a focus on large scale project planning and execution, complex valuation modeling, and capital raising. Greg is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business.

Tahsin Haykal,

Tahsin Haykal’s professional background is based on financial services, in marketing, account management and forex services. With over 5 years in Forex industry, his positions shifted from sales, to dealer, to Introductory Broker, and now at Shift Forex where he holds the position of Middle-East market sales.

Before Shift, Tahsin worked for well established Forex companies throughout Europe and United States, bringing hundreds of clients and successful business relationships. Tahsin’s specialty is Forex sales as well as dealing desk risk management solutions. Tahsin is very passionate about currency trading, and his thorough knowledge of Forex industry has helped him build a great business network. Tahsin has also lead one on one Forex trading video conferences, presentations and educational sessions.

Anthony DiSanti, Chief Marketing Officer

Anthony DiSanti is a co-founder and managing partner of Shift Analytics. Anthony provides a deep knowledge of FX markets in digital marketing optimization, custom analytics solutions, and multi-channel marketing strategy.

At Shift, Anthony applies his extensive experience with forex marketing and technology to clients, enabling them to increase return on ad spend, develop more sophisticated lead scoring solutions, integrate new analytics services, and increase conversions at each stage of the marketing-sales cycle. He has managed and optimized global marketing budgets across all digital and offline channels, and he has advised industry participants on marketing and ad operations. As a technology expert, he has advised brokerages on building custom analytics solutions and integrating enterprise systems.

Prior to founding Shift Analytics, Anthony was with FXCM, where he founded the marketing analytics team, constructing models and analytical frameworks for all advertising channels; developed proprietary tracking technologies; and led the cross-functional web optimization team. Prior to that, Anthony worked in FXCM’s business development department and focused on developing new market segments.

Peter Burton, Strategic Marketing and PR

Peter Burton is a consultant at Shift Forex. He has more than 20 years’ experience in strategy, marketing and communications in electronic trading, including high frequency trading, e-commerce, derivatives clearing across the foreign exchange, swaps, futures and equities markets.

At Shift, Peter helps develop and execute marketing and communications strategies for new product launches and other initiatives in the OTC and exchange sectors.

Prior to affiliating with Shift, Peter founded Delta Markets Group, a strategy, marketing and media relations consultancy serving online marketplaces and trading platforms. He led global marketing at Hotspot FX from 2003 until 2009. Before joining Hotspot FX, Peter was Vice President of Market Development at onExchange Inc. where he coordinated the approval of the first hybrid swaps-futures exchange and clearinghouse approved under the Commodity Futures Modernization Act.

Fernando Andrade, Head of Latin America and Spain

Fernando runs sales and business development for forex brokers, fund managers and technology providers within Latin America and Spain. He specializes in designing and implementing business development strategies, encompassing advanced execution and liquidity solutions as well as front-end platforms, technology infrastructure.

Ian McAfee, Chief Executive Officer

Ian McAfee is a co-founder and the Chief Executive Officer of Shift Forex. Ian brings a deep knowledge of FX markets in industry analytics and metrics, marketing strategy, and business development.

At Shift, Ian enables clients to increase market penetration, build global business development strategy, increase conversions at each stage of the marketing-sales cycle, and integrate new products and services. He manages and optimizes large marketing budgets and advises on sales, marketing, and operations. He also established Shifts Start a Broker program, working with many clients to plan, launch, and grow forex and CFD brokerages.

Prior to founding Shift Forex, Ian was with FXCM, where he led numerous large-scale business development initiatives; managed and optimized marketing campaigns; and worked on projects in sales, trading, and market research. In addition, Ian assisted in founding a global forex education operation.

Paul Inkster,

Director, Head of UK

Paul Inkster heads up our London operation. He brings nearly 30 years experience in FX markets, predominantly broking and trading for several major institutions in the UK. His most recent experience was gained as a Director at Barclays in London, where he had senior management responsibility for retail derivatives including margin FX, and some of the banks largest and most important white label partnerships.

Paul brings us deep knowledge and expertise in business development, strategy, product development, marketing and communications across FX, equities, futures and options as well as CFDs & spreadbetting

Having started his career in The City in 1987 at Shearson Lehman Bros. Paul gained extensive experience at a variety of brokerage houses in London including Prudential-Bache, CSFB, Refco, Marex and Man Financial.

Erich Grant,

Erich Grant is a consultant focused on sales and business development for forex brokers and technology providers.

Erich specializes in designing and implementing business development strategies, especially for small and medium-sized firms. Working primarily with MT4 and MT5, his focus is on mobile applications, plug-ins, web platforms, and alternative trading technologies. During his time at Shift, Erich spearheaded business development projects for numerous technology firms, helping them build their customer bases and expand their market presence. He also helped develop Shifts Start A Broker program, working with clients to launch and build new forex brokerages. This experience provided him an extensive background in various regulatory jurisdictions, which he leverages to assist clients in obtaining the necessary government approvals to offer forex brokerage services.

Post graduate program in algorithmic trading(pgp-at)6months(part time)in association with

Post graduate program in algorithmic trading(pgp-at)6months(part time)in association withPost Graduate Program in Algorithmic Trading (PGP-AT)

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The Financial Markets the world over have seen a major paradigm shift in how trading is done. Algorithmic Trading (abv. Algo Trading) also known as Program Trading or Automated Trading . essentially implies that the trading is done by computer programs. Currently a vast majority of the trades in some of the markets are algorithmic in nature.

Algorithm Trading, both High-Frequency as well as Low Frequency, using Quantitative Methods is now a very lucrative career. A breed of traders known as the Algo-Traders or Quant-Traders has emerged who have certain skill-sets that are much sought after in the industry.

Does your us broker comply with the upcoming fifo(rule2-43)regulation

Does your us broker comply with the upcoming fifo(rule2-43)regulationAdvertising

Tradeview – No change for the Viking or Platinum platforms. Metatrader has been updated. forexmagnates/tradeview-announces-fifo-compliance/

Easy Forex – No known press release.

Advanced Markets – Announced that it already complies with FIFO for some time so the clients won’t be affected. amifx/newsDetails. asp? nid=14

FXDD – Is still in registration process with the NFA and no press release except the following was released: forexmagnates/fxdd-prepares-to-battle-nfa-on-hedging/. Although I doubt FXDD will actually battle the NFA I think they tried to persuade it that there are better solutions than FIFO. I bet they failed.

With the much talked about NFA’s FIFO (Rule 2-43) requirements kicking in shortly it’s time to do a recap and see how it affected the US Forex brokers’ software. The new FIFO (first in first out) regulation will severely affect the way you trade, doesn’t matter which broker you used to trade with previously, as it prevents hedging and stop and limit orders.

So if you’d like to know what your broker did, or didn’t, in order to comply with the upcoming regulation this is the post you need to read.

The list below shows (based on brokers’ own statements) which brokers were affected and in what manner (clicking the broker will take you to the relevant content):

Oanda – Announced that its FXTrade platform complied with the FIFO rule in the first place, no changes expected.

FXCM – Introduced OCO (One Cancels the Other) entry orders instead of stop loss and limit orders. Clients can also choose to shift funds to the FXCM UK subsidiary which doesn’t need to comply with the NFA.

Gain – Announced that its FOREXTrader proprietary trading platform has always used the FIFO method and therefore is not affected. However if you’d like to hedge you can shift funds to the Gain’s UK subsidiary.

GFT – Says it won’t be affected.

FX Solutions – Will affect the stop loss and limit orders. These will now need to be placed jointly on all trades. Closing Trade Function can only be placed on the oldest trade in each currency pair. Clients can choose to shift funds to the Australia subsidiary.

IBFX – Implemented a backoffice solution, probably altering the way orders are processed. Traders won’t see any effect except in daily and monthly statements. I’m curious how this really works – it’s impossible not to have clients affected unless the broker absorbs the risk somehow, which raises further questions

PFG – says it started complying a year and a half ago so no changes expected.

CMS Forex will be adding three new order types, One Cancels the Other (OCO), If/Then, and If/Then OCO, to its VT Trader 2.0, to accommodate NFA Compliance Rule 2-43(b).

IG Market s – No known press release. Which leads me to believe that IG’s US clients trade under the UK company.

Forex Club – No known press release. I found this thread that is some kind of unofficial statement, probably by a Forex Club employee. Poor response marketing-wise.

MB Trading – No known press release except this Forum thread which says they are working on a solution for MT4 while Navigator is not expected to be affected.

Alpari – Announced compliance, and is probably the only broker that worked directly with Metaquotes to patch up a solution rather than develop one on its own. Stop loss and take profits shouldn’t be affected.

Tradeview – No change for the Viking or Platinum platforms. Metatrader has been updated.

Easy Forex – Updated its site. Complies fully, requires changes in how deals are being made comparing to pre-FIFO trading.

Advanced Markets – Announced that it already complies with FIFO for some time so the clients won’t be affected.

FXDD – Is still in registration process with the NFA and no press release except this on e was released. Although I doubt FXDD will actually battle the NFA I think they tried to persuade it that there are better solutions than FIFO. I bet they failed.

Yield curve strategies evaluating bond yield

Yield curve strategies evaluating bond yieldYield Curve Strategies: Evaluating Bond Yield

Yield Curve strategies are more sophisticated interest rate anticipation strategies take into account the differences in interest rates for different terms of bonds, the “term structure” of interest rates.

As we know, interest rates change. The change, however, is not consistent across terms depending on market and economic conditions. For example, in September 1996, short-term interest rates (Treasury Bills ) in Canada were just over 4% and long-term interest rates (30 year bonds) were nearly 8%. A chart of the interest rates for bonds of different terms is called the “yield curve ”. A yield curve strategy would position a bond portfolio to profit the most from an expected change in the yield curve. based on an economic or market forecast.

If interest rates change by the same amount for all terms of bonds, the yield curve is said to have had a “parallel shift”. This almost never happens. When the difference between short - and long-term interest rates increases. the yield curve is said to “steepen”; when the difference between short - and long-term rates decreases, the yield curve is said to “flatten”. An investor expecting a monetary policy tightening and short rates to increase more than long rates might adopt a “barbell” portfolio, with very short and very long bonds. This would be based on the premise that the combined performance of this “barbell” portfolio would be better than a “bullet” portfolio entirely of mid-term bonds. Yield curve strategists refer portfolio positioning as “butterfly” trades with the “wings” of a trade being the short and long components on the yield curve and the “body” as the middle portion of the trade. Yield curve strategies can span the whole “yield curve ” or be limited to a certain term area such as mid-term bonds.

The stock in trade of the yield curve strategist is bond mathematics. Duration is used as a measure of a portfolios sensitivity to a change in interest rates. Convexity is used as a measure of how duration and price sensitivity changes over a range of interest rate scenarios. Managers are said to be “buying convexity ” when they shift into higher convexity bonds and possibly reducing their portfolio yield.

Top trading opportunities of2015

Top trading opportunities of2015Top Trading Opportunities of 2015

The past year was defined by a global capital market that grew increasingly skeptical of the persistent ‘reach for yield and a substantial shift in the ranks for monetary policy. Heading into 2015, speculation over central banks next moves (from more ECB stimulus to the first Fed hike) will find even greater prominence. Meanwhile, another 12 months without a 10 20 percent correction in speculative benchmarks like the SP 500 is extremely unlikely. Below, the DailyFX Analysts list their top trades with these scenarios in mind.

John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist

Forex trading with binary options hedging strategy

Forex trading with binary options hedging strategyForex Trading with Binary Options Hedging Strategy

We Forex Traders are all too familiar with the dreaded stop-loss zone and the testing of the breakout point that results in us being shaken out of our trade and forced to choose lower and lower stop-loss points. We get tested to the point of exhaustion of these tiring stop-loss point shake-outs when we re-enter the same breakout point. It is in this dreaded stop-loss zone and encountering stop-loss shake-outs that we often encounter failure in our Forex trading strategies. We know the breakout is most likely to fail below the breakout point, but is there a way to cover ourselves from this failure? The answer lies in using a Binary Options Hedging Strategy .

Binary Options Hedging Strategy shifts the risk from the stop-loss zone to the area above the breakout point, where the prices are more likely to rise and where the breakout is less likely to fail (attributed to the properties of trader momentum). And it is relatively simple to do:

To exemplify a hedging strategy, Trader Smith places a trade of 1 mini lot EURJPY long, when its price crosses his breakout point of $1.36. Should the EURJPY test this breakout point before he exits this trade, Trader Smith will place a $100 option trade in the opposite direction. What this does is shift his original breakout point lower, similar to a stop-loss, such that Trader Smith is now profitable as long as a failure of the EURJPY breakout point does not leave Trader Smiths Forex account with greater than a $70 loss. If Trader Smith incurs more than a $70 loss in his Forex account, then he immediately would exit the EURJPY position.

What this hedging strategy just did is effectively shift the risk of breakout failure from the point below the breakout to the point above the breakout. The nice part about this hedging strategy is that most breakouts are often tested slightly below the breakout point, yet with this hedging strategy we protect ourselves right in the area below the breakout point. The result is that we are then not getting worn out relying on the use of stop-loss points lower and lower than the breakout point, as we all too commonly do as Forex traders. And the best part of this strategy is that the risk has been shifted to the area above the breakout point (our Forex trade must make at least $85 profit in order to cover the binary option loss). So long as the breakout has not failed, we will more than likely cover this hedge. The golden rule that the breakout is most likely to fail below the breakout point has now been hedged against: We are covered in our Forex trading with this hedging startegy.

Moving average envelope

Moving average envelopeMoving Average Envelope

You can see on the chart in the form of two lines: the bottom line is the moving average displaced downwards while the top line is the moving average displaced upwards. In addition, the Moving Average Envelope demonstrates a range of the prices' discrepancy from Moving Average.

The indicator consists of three lines:

The top line . Where K - percent from the price on which moving average displaced upwards

The bottom line . Where N - percent on which moving average displaced downwards.

Moving Average Envelopes consist of 2 moving averages, which are calculated as simple, exponential, etc. One of the moving averages displaces upwards. The other moving average displaces downwards for the certain percent, which is known as "an envelope factor.” In some cases, they also depict the 3rd line, the central moving average from which there is a displacement. For instance, 2 % envelope of moving averages will look like two lines: the first moving average shifted on 2 % upwards, the second moving average shifted on 2 % downwards.

It is known that the envelope determines borders - both bottom and top ones - of normal movement of the prices of currency pair. There is a certain principle of using: after some changes, the price usually returns to the basic trend, which is central moving average. It is connected with that the more the price differs from the basic tendency, the more traders fix profit, returning the price in "a normal channel.” There are more borders of strips to be chosen if the analyzed market is inconstant.

Envelopes' use several tools, such as:

You should use strips' break as identifiers of development of shift. In some cases, Moving Average Envelopes are used as filters.

You should use the top line as a resistance line, and bottom as a support line after careful selection of displacement's factor Tactics connected to it. Purchase at bottom and sale at the top line.

That is why when you purchase, for instance, when the price of currency at first has crossed moving average upwards, and then the top strip of an envelope. Do the opposite when you sale. When at first the price has crossed moving average from top downwards, and then the bottom strip of an envelope. Such behavior makes less the chances of getting false signals. However, if the present trends the right signal acts later, and the trader loses a part of trend shift, which is the same or more than an envelope's factor.

However, there are some lacks in this tool. For instance, Moving Average envelopes are late as well as any indicator built on the base of moving averages. Moving Average envelopes cannot be provided under ongoing inconstancy as, let's say, Bollinger Bands.

Important: you should first test their work for the demonstration account or testing as trading strategy and then use any indicators on real accounts. Even the most efficient indicator when used incorrectly, provides a number of false signals, and in the end during trade can cause great losses.

Sample business proposals manufacturing process improvement sample proposal

Sample business proposals manufacturing process improvement sample proposalManufacturing Process Improvement Sample Proposal

Manufacturing Process Efficiency Improvement Prepared for. Bob Millings CEO Prepared by. Maria Walters Vice President We hired Industry Consultants Inc. group of efficiency consultants who have two experts in paper manufacturing processes on their staff to assist in improving our manufacturing process. Based on observations and analysis of our manufacturing process Industry Consultants Inc. recommended that we purchase the Efficient Cardboard Manufacturing ECM software program and that we computerize job scheduling and operation of the cutter. Summary Methodology Conclusion Industry Consultants Inc. made the following observations about our manufacturing process at Lakota Cardboard.

On September and Sept two industrial engineers—Lynda Burqhart and Patrick Littlehorse—who specialize in paper product manufacturing walked around the manufacturing floor with stop watches and video cameras and studied our process. These are their observations. • The most time consuming part of the process is changing the paper rolls on the corrugator. Situation. Three rolls of kraft paper must be loaded onto the corrugators at the beginning of each job and sometimes new rolls must be loaded when one runs out. At the end of job usually one or more of the paper rolls must be switched out for different weight of paper. For each loading process forklift operator must drive to the storage area retrieve the correct roll of paper transport it back to the corrugators and load it. This process typically takes to minutes. For each swap process the paper roll must be removed from the corrugator transported back to the storage area and then new roll must be selected transported and loaded. swap process typically takes to minutes. Because of the extreme weight and size of the paper rolls transporting and loading or removing the paper rolls is dangerous and time consuming job; for safety reasons almost all other work must stop in the area while paper is transported loaded or unloaded. Significance. Because swapping paper rolls happens multiple times during manufacturing shift the process of moving the paper rolls causes lot of down time among the workers on the manufacturing floor. Remarks Recommendations. Using the new ECM software program specifications for all jobs should be entered into the computer as they are received. The ECM program will then batch all jobs that use the same rolls of paper together. This will save significant time and money as fewer paper roll swaps will be needed.

• Significant amounts of cardboard are wasted in the cutting process. Situation. When box blanks are cut at the cutter excess cardboard that does not fit the job pattern is discarded. Significance. Lakota Cardboard is paying for paper and glue and time to create that cardboard; simply throwing it out increases our recycle fees and wastes money and resources. Remarks Recommendations. The ECM program can batch together jobs that use the same cardboard specifications and create an efficient cutting pattern that will meet the needs of multiple jobs. Using the ECM software should result in less waste of cardboard at the cutting stage. Lakota Cardboard currently uses the following procedure in typical shift at the cardboard manufacturing plant. Each job work order repeats this process. 1. The shift manager schedules jobs ranking them according to project deadline or size with those jobs that need to be completed first or those that are larger being processed first. 2. Appropriate rolls of kraft paper for the job are moved via forklift from storage and loaded onto the corrugator. 3. The corrugator is set to the fluting specified in the order and the corrugated medium is steamed crimped and glued to the liner papers. 4. The finished cardboard moves down the conveyor belt to the cutting machine.

5. The cutting machine is manually set for the job and box blanks are cut. 6. The finished box blanks move to the flexo machine area. 7. The box blanks are printed waxed if required and glued. 8. Finished boxes are stacked and moved to the banding machine. Installing and utilizing the ECM software will cause some consternation among our employees and the process of transitioning to its use must be carefully managed so as not to disrupt our daily operations. Install ECM software accessories and workstations at shift manager's desks corrugator and cutter. The actual installation of hardware and software and necessary interfaces with our existing machines can happen over the course of weekend and should not disrupt work. Train office personnel shift managers corrugator operators and cutter operators in use of the ECM software. Many of the Lakota Cardboard employees are computer phobic and will need to be taught how to use the computer interface and ECM software. We recommend several training sessions using computers only before the workstations are installed. Develop sorting process between the cutting area and flexo areas.

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Emini day trading method reference and video training

Emini day trading method reference and video trainingEmini Day Trading Method Reference And Video Training

Day Trading Method Reference

The emini day trading method reference section is organized by related concepts and trading method terms, and for each of these will be a definition, description, and drawing or chart included.

The reference will give you the basics for understanding and/or review of trading method language, with a more detailed video on the concepts, and with method language terms also defined, and then including in the video it is related to.

Chart Mode: The direction your next trade will be if you get a setup.

Swing Reverse: This is the change in chart mode. If you have a chart mode change into sell mode, you have a swing reverse into sell.

mex cross of the blue line over the purple line

ttm reverse from red to green

dc dot shift to purple on the bottom

Sell Mode #2 on the drawing:

mex cross of the blue line under the purple line

ttm reverse from green to red

dc dot shift to purple on the top

Initial Reverse: This is the location of the swing reverse.

break1 top left-top right drawing

channel break bottom left drawing

price component break bottom right drawing

Initial Reverse Price: The price where the initial reverse occurs.

The break1 initial reverse doesnt have a price, the reverse occurs on a break of the dots.

The channel break initial reverse price is the channel this is right side only, and is not referred to as a price component in a method base setup.

The price component initial reverse is a left side price, a price action price, a focus line, or a price like a daily price or paa price that has retained relevance.

Chart Mode Concept Description Video

Each of the core method concepts will have video discussing it in 2 ways, in order to further supplement the trading method reference, these will be: (1) concept description videos (2) concept usage and trading videos.

This is a concept description video for chart mode-swing reverse-initial reverse you can see the video pdf for the charts and audio transcript below the video.

Special trade journals will be done to supplement the videos, adding more content, and especially further covering additional trades that were done.

This is what I really like about this program - vs - a course or dvd that you make and finish AND wish you had added something else being able to continually repeat and show how the method is being traded, along with discussing trading issues and problems that I can see, is paramount for learning.

Tactical Trading Method Reference Video Training

Cent account

Cent accountCent Account

Trade with Zero Minimum Deposit Requirements

As implied by the title, a Cent Account deals with (yes, you guessed it) cents. Deposit 5 dollars and your account will have a balance of 500 cents, deposit 10 dollars and they will be reflected as 1000 cents. There are no major differences in the structure of traditional accounts and cent accounts; the main element which distinguishes the two is that regardless of how much money you deposit, your balance will always appear in cents.

At ForexTime (FXTM) the Cent Account is available on Standard MT4 accounts and for those wishing to test it out first, we've developed a demo version of the account too.

Why Open a Cent Account?

What's the philosophy behind it? The Cent Account has been designed for small depositors and newcomers to the forex industry. It's most suitable for those who wish to trade with a lower deposit and grants access to the markets to all those who want to trade but cannot risk losing too much. Furthermore, it acts as a smooth shift from demo accounts to real accounts as it gives traders the chance to become familiar with using a forex account before trading with large sums of money.

No expiration demo accounts from forex brokers

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No expiration demo accounts are traders' most preferred accounts, since they save time and efforts when it comes to strategy testing over a long period of time.

Some Forex brokers will offer a demo account that will expire within 30 days no matter what. Some will keep your account alive as long as there is trading activity in place (although a simple pause of a few weeks might result in expiration).

Below if the list of Forex brokers, who offer the best conditions when it comes to Demo account expiration .

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