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20forex trading strategies collection(5min time frame)

20forex trading strategies collection(5min time frame)20 Forex Trading Strategies Collection (5 Min Time Frame)

Are you tired of going to your regular day job everyday just knowing that you are doing nothing more than just working to get by. I know how the 9 to 5 feels and we all know it sucks! We all know we can't depend on a corporate jobs these days because you never know when its time for lay-offs or job cuts, it can happen all of a sudden. If you were to get laid-off tomorrow do you have a plan to support you and your family? Forex trading can be highly lucrative and profitable in today's markets especially if you are equipped with the necessary trading knowledge and skills. This book will show you 20 Forex Trading Strategies in 5 minute time frame that will help you in your trading journey to financial freedom.

Welcome to blue ox timber frames!

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Forex indicators with no repaint

Forex indicators with no repaintForex Indicators With No Repaint

Forex sometime is complicated right? But if we know about how to compile this noise signals from smallest time frame and get big data on bigger time frame on daily and four hour time frame it can be really help on us to analyze market. Indicators only help us to get signals from best momentum to entry and exit. So, still don’t forget using trends from at least four hour time frame or more better using this daily time frame trading pattern. Today i will share some best forex indicators with no repaint that you should try.

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High probability trading strategies(ebook,pdf)

High probability trading strategies(ebook,pdf)High Probability Trading Strategies (eBook, PDF)

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Part One. High Probability Trade Strategies For Any Market and Any Time Frame

Chapter 1. High Probability Trade Strategies For All Markets and All Time Frames

Any Market, Any Time Frame

Conditions with a High Probability Outcome

Leading and Lagging Indicators

Multiple Time Frame Momentum Strategies

The Basic Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategy

Momentum Reversals

Most Price Indicators Represent Rate-of-Change

Momentum and Price Trends Often Diverge

Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategies

Which Indicators to Use For Multiple Time Frame Momentum Strategies

Overlap Is the Key to Identify a Correction

Trends and Five-Waves

Greater In Time and Price

Fifth Waves Are the Key

Momentum and Pattern Position

Free range trading

Free range tradingWelcome to the Free Range Trading Room.

Most of you are probably wondering just what the heck Free Range Trading is. Many of the concepts of trading the forex markets are, at the very least, poorly taught, and oftentimes very misleading and outright wrong. One of the most common sayings that inexperienced traders hear over and over again is “the trend is your friend”. Not only is that statement an overly simplistic explanation of how trading with the trend is much easier to do, but in fact can lead to very damaging failures on the part of traders trying to catch trending markets. Markets are virtually always moving in two directions at the same time. The larger trend in play on the specific time frame chart that you are studying will present itself as the more dominant trend for that time frame. Advance to the next larger time frame and you will often see a dominant trend moving in the opposite direction of the smaller time frame. Look again to the next larger time frame and again you may likely see that trend advancing in the same direction as the first chart with the smallest time frame. Thus, even having a basic understanding of “the trend” can be very confusing and misleading.

Trade any time frame in mt4

Trade any time frame in mt4Trade Any Time Frame in MT4

MT4 is the world most popular Forex trading platform for retail traders. MT4 is so popular because of it’s vast and impressive feature set, it has almost everything…

… One of MT4?s biggest drawbacks is that it only supports nine chart time frames. These time frames are M1, M5, M15, M30, H1, H4, D1, W1 and MN. While most people are happy with these time frames many traders, including me, are starting to explore other chat time frames. For example, this year I started trading the H8 charts and it has fast become my favorite time frame.

8 Hour Charts

Since early 2012 I have been trading the H8 charts. I have found set ups on this time frame to be incredibly accurate. I have had a higher percentage of profitable trade on the H8 than I have had on the 4H or D1 this year. The problem is that people who use MT4 do not have access to this awesome time frame. Until now….

MT4 Period Converter

The MT4 Period Converter is a indicator that allows you to create charts of any time frame in MT4. You can create H8 charts, M181 charts, D3 charts and any time frame that is a multiple of one minute.

How it Works

This indicator takes a standard chart time frame and multiplies it to create a different time frame. So if you take an H1 EUR/USD chart and multiply it by eight you will have an H8 EUR/USD chart. You could also take an H4 GBP/USD chart and multiply it by two to get an H8 GBP/USD chart.

Download Usage

Install both files in the MT4 indicator file.

Open a one hour chart if you want to convert to higher hourly TF.

Drag the indicator onto the chart.

In the parameters box of the indicator you will see a ‘period multiplier’. The number in here is what the current chart is multiplied by. For an H8 chart put in the number 8. If you choose to apply the indicator to a H4 chart then to get an H8 you need to type 2 into the period multiplier field.

Go to ‘file’ on the top left of MT4.

Find an option called ‘offline chart’. Don’t worry about the name, the charts are not actually offline, they are live.

Scroll down in the list of files and find the chart you want. For this example it would be an H8 chart.

Click on it and the new 8 hour chart will open.

Remember, offline charts update like normal charts. I am not sure why they are called ‘offline’.

If you found this article helpful or require any assistance at all leave a comment below.

Trading the4hour chart time frame with the daily chart trend

Trading the4hour chart time frame with the daily chart trendTrading the 4 hour chart time frame with the daily chart trend

August 13, 2014 in School

Trading the 4 hour chart time frame with the daily chart trend

The best way for beginner’s to learn how to trade the 4 hour chart, or any lower time frame, is to look at the next time frame above it, and trade it along with that time frame. We are basically looking for two things on the daily chart: The trend (if there is one) and the key levels.

After identifying the daily chart trend and drawing in the key daily chart support / resistance levels. We will check out the 4hr chart and look for any obvious price action setups. We are looking for an obvious price action setup that is signaling a potential move in the direction of the daily chart trend and(or) that has formed from a key daily chart support or resistance level.

Below, we see an example of trading the 4 hour GBPUSD chart with the daily GBPUSD chart trend. Note that we had a clear downtrend commence on the GBPUSD daily chart starting around September 1 st of 2011. At that point we would ONLY be focused on price action sell signals on the 4 hour chart time frame. As we can see, there were at least 3 very solid pin bar setups that formed on the 4 hour chart in the context of this daily chart down trend before it reversed:

Daily Chart :

4 hours chart :

Note that when taking a 4 hour setup in the context of a daily chart trend like this, you can typically get a very very good risk to reward ratio. You have the higher time frame daily chart trend on your side, and then you get the advantage of employing a tighter stop loss by looking for a signal on the 4 hour chart. Once you get this process down you can find some very lucrative trade setups. However, don’t think that this will continue as you move down in time frame, because once you get below the 1 hour the charts get very hard to trade and have many false-signals, so the tighter stop potential is more than offset by the false-signals generated by the market noise of time frames under the 1 hour. This inter-play between the 4 hour and daily is something I highly recommend all of you try to get down. Use the daily chart as your guide, and when you see a strong trend setting up on it, drill down to the 4hr and look for obvious and well-defined PA setups in the direction of the daily chart trend.

Multiple time frame power strategy–can you handle it

Multiple time frame power strategy–can you handle itMultiple Time Frame Power Strategy – Can you handle it?

December 12, 2012 by Bogdan G

Full Review of the Multiple Time Frame Power Strategy

The financial market is so complicated sometimes with all the trends, higher lows, lower highs, interest Rates, Earnings reports…that sometimes I wonder why I chose this line of work. And then it immediately hits me: big profits – financial freedom – I can do it from my home or from a beach…ok, I’m going to keep doing this. But to continue I need a good strategy, right? I can’t just go placing Calls and Puts all over the place, hoping they will eventually end up In the Money. One generally accepted rule is that the higher time frames filter the noise coming from the lower time frames and a trade that agrees with the higher time frame has more chances of success even if it’s taken in the shorter time frame. With that in mind, I will start explaining the strategy:

How to use the Multiple Time Frame strategy

That’s it, just two conditions to enter a trade but by trading only in the direction of the higher time frame, we know we always go with the prevailing trend. Here’s a picture of some valid Call entries:

The red vertical lines on the 15 minute time frame are all Call signals and they are all taken during the period when the RSI was above the 50 level on the H4 time frame. Actually the RSI stayed above 50 for about 14 days and many good Call opportunities presented during that period, but of course, I cannot show them all because I would have to zoom out the 15 min chart too much and you wouldn’t understand anything from the picture.

Why does the Multiple Time Frame Power system Suck?

Although the principle behind the system is one of my favorites, the Stochastic signal can be sometimes late or even false; same thing is true for RSI: it can go above/below the 50 level just for a short while during ranging periods and then reverse, leaving us with money on the bad side of the market. The system could be hard to grasp for a beginner because it takes a lot of discipline to wait for the H4 RSI to line up and only trade in that direction.

Why the Multiple Time Frame Power system doesn’t Suck?

It doesn’t suck for a simple reason: all entries in line with the higher time frame price direction have a greater chance of success. I don’t want to sound like a broken record, but…the trend really is your friend and you have to know how to take advantage of it. This system makes us pay attention to the big picture, to what happens on the higher time frames and filters out a lot of noise. The Stochastic settings and even the ones for the Relative Strength Index can be adjusted to suit your own style and increase the amount of signals or decrease them.

How to choose the best chart time-frame

How to choose the best chart time-frameHow to Choose the Best Chart Time-Frame

Talking Points:

Time-Frame should depend on traders time available to trade Multiple Time-Frame analysis can also be used Automation allows any trader to trade any time frame.

The topic of “which time-frame to use” on a chart is almost as old as charts themselves. Traders are constantly looking for any edge they can get, so exploring different charting options is fairly common. The truth of the matter is, Ive seen traders make sustained profits trading 5-minute charts all the way up to Weekly charts and every time-frame in between. So what makes one time-frame better than the other? It depends.

What Time-Frame is Best?

Rather than looking at a charts time-frame as a component of a strategy, I believe its better to look at a time-frame as it compares to the amount of time you have available to trade. Not everyone has 8+ hours a day to analyze charts and actively trade full-time. Many of us have full-time jobs and families that take up a bulk of our day, and all of us need to sleep at some point. So if you only find yourself available to look at a chart for 20-30 minutes a day, you might want to re-think that 5-minute chart scalping strategy you are attempting.

What we instead need to do is honestly look at the amount of time that we have available each day, and decide what time frame best works with our schedule. For traders wanting to trade 4-8 hours a day, you have the ability to trade any time frame you want. If you are trading 1-3 hours a day, you might be better off trading medium-long term time frames, Hourly charts or larger. If you are trading less than 1 hour a day, then you really should only be looking at 4-Hour, Daily, and Weekly charts.

Learn Forex: Changing the Time Frame on a Marketscope Chart (FXCM)

The reason we want to trade larger time frames when we have less amount of time to trade is because we want to slow down the charts on our screen as much as possible. A 5-minute chart will have 288 candles in a single day. If we are only able to watch a small fraction of those candles due to time constraints, we are forcing ourselves to trade with only a small fraction of the available data. But when we increase the time frame to something larger, like a 4-Hour or a Daily, we are able to see a majority of the days data with a quick glance.

What is Multiple Time Frame Analysis?

Another topic that is popular with regards to time frame, is multiple time-frame analysis. Often times, traders will use more than one time frame on a single currency pair to get a feel for what the pair is doing short, medium, and long term.

One method that I use is starting off by looking at a large time frame to look for the overall trend direction, and then look for trade setups based on a smaller time frame chart in the same direction as the larger time frame. This ensures we are not placing a trade against the overall trend. James Stanley has a great write up on Multiple Time Frame Analysis that I recommend checking out to learn more.

How Automation Unlocks All Time-Frames

And finally, if the time frame you want to trade is not recommended due to the limited amount of time you have available, it might be a good idea to look into trading automation. Automation allows us to turn our trading strategy into computer code that will automatically open and close trades based on our created rules 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. This means we would be free to trade any time frame we want without restriction.

There are several different routes to take when it comes to automated trading ; using someone elses strategy, adapting someones pre-made strategy to fit your own, or have someone custom make the strategy specifically to your specifications. All of these options are a possibility, as I have used all 3 types in my trading career.

In Conclusion

In conclusion, choosing a time frame should be based more around the amount of time you have to spend in the markets each day, we can use multiple time frames to enhance our strategies, and by using automation, we have the freedom to trade however we like. If you would like to experiment with different time-frames, download a Free Forex Demo account with free charts and real-time pricing data.

Good trading!

---Written by Rob Pasche

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Forex made simple20forex trading strategy(a step-by-step trading strategy for1hour time frame

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Are you tired of going to your regular day job everyday just knowing that you are doing nothing more than just working to get by. I know how the 9 to 5 feels and we all know it sucks!

We all know we can’t depend on a corporate jobs these days because you never know when its time for lay-offs or job cuts, it can happen all of a sudden. If you were to get laid-off tomorrow do you have a plan to support you and your family?

Forex trading can be highly lucrative and profitable in today's markets especially if you are equipped with the necessary trading knowledge and skills. This book will show you 20 Forex Trading Strategies in 1 hour time frame that will help you in your trading journey to financial freedom.

High probability trading strategiesentry to exit tactics for the forex,futures,and stock markets

High probability trading strategiesentry to exit tactics for the forex,futures,and stock marketsHigh Probability Trading Strategies. Entry to Exit Tactics for the Forex, Futures, and Stock Markets. Wiley Trading

Foreword ix

Preface xi

PART ONE High Probability Trading Strategies for Any Market and Any Time Frame 1

CHAPTER 1 High Probability Trade Strategies for Any Market and Any Time Frame 3

Any Market, Any Time Frame 4

Conditions with a High Probability Outcome 4

Leading and Lagging Indicators 5

Multiple Time Frame Momentum Strategies 12

The Basic Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategy 12

Momentum Reversals 14

Most Price Indicators Represent Rate-of-Change 15

Momentum and Price Trends Often Diverge 16

How Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategies Work 19

Which Indicators to Use for Multiple Time Frame Momentum Strategies 31

What Are the Best Indicator Settings to Use? 36

Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategy Rules 43

Dual Time Frame Momentum Strategy Trade Filter 46

CHAPTER 3 Practical Pattern Recognition for Trends and Corrections 49

Why Is It Important to Identify a Trend or Correction? 50

Simple Pattern Recognition Based On Elliott Wave 52

Trend or Correction: The Overlap Guideline 52

ABC and Away We Go 58

Complex Corrections 64

Overlap Is the Key to Identify a Correction 66

Trends and Five-Wave Patterns 67

Greater in Time and Price 75

Fifth Waves Are the Key 77

Momentum and Pattern Position 79

Momentum and Pattern Not Enough 82

CHAPTER 4 Beyond Fib Retracements 83

Internal Retracements and Corrections 84

Trade Management 168

Trade Only the High Probability, Optimum Setups 197

PART TWO Trading the Plan 199

How chart time frames affect forex analysis

How chart time frames affect forex analysisHow Chart Time Frames Affect Forex Analysis

Talking Points:

-More than one way to analyze and trade FX

-Chart time frame can impact the resulting trades

-Explore different styles in a demo account

One of the aspects of FX trading I love the most is how there are many different ways to trade the market. The market is large and liquid and there is not just one way to trade it.

Due to the plethora of different methods and strategies available to trade FX, there is likely a method and strategy that likely fits your personality.

Today, were going to explore the time frame to use on a chart when technically analyzing the market.

There are several chart time frames available and you can even create your own using FXCMs Marketscope charts.

For example, when you create a chart, youll see choices from “T” (which is a tic chart) to “M1” (which is a 1 month chart).

The time frame of chart simply means how much data is included within each bar of the chart.

For example, “m1” chart represents a 1 minute chart. This implies that each bar or point on the chart will represent 1 minute of price activity. (Notice in this example a “M1” is monthly while lower case “m1” is 1 minute.)

There are different ways to represent the data on the chart. For example, you can plot a line chart, bar chart, or the more popular candlestick charts.

You can even plot data in a non-time specific format like what a range bar, renko, or point and figure chart would provide. Those types of charts are beyond the scope of this piece, so we will stick with the time based charts.

Most charting packages offer the ability to customize the time frame of your chart as well. Whether you decide to use a custom time frame or an already populated time frame is up to you.

Here is a guide to help you determine what time frame of chart might be appropriate for you. If you are not sure, try out different styles in a free practice account.

Rainbow forex trading strategy

Rainbow forex trading strategyRainbow Forex Trading Strategy

30 minutes or above

MA in Color (MA Period: 14, MA Type: 1)

Trend Lord (MA Period: 50)

ADX_TF_v1.0 (Time Frame: 0, ADX Trend Level: 18, ADX Periods: 14)

Long Position:

The rules for long entry are as follows.

1) Wait for the candlestick bar to close above the MA Line

Depends on the time frame that you trade. If you are trading EUR/USD on 4H time frame, you can take profit partially at 35pips, 70pips and 100pips. When you hit the first target, move your stop-loss to entry point.

Rainbow Forex Trading Strategy Buy Signal

In the picture above you can see that the price candle closes above the MA Line and ADX bar turns to green. Trend lord bar turns to blue. That is your buy (long) signal.

Short Position:

The rules for long entry are as follows.

Depends on the time frame that you trade. If you are trading EUR/USD on 4H time frame, you can take profit partially at 35pips, 70pips and 100pips. When you hit the first target, move your stop-loss to entry point.

25 pips (30M), 50 pips (4H)

Forex trading strategy of ema with cci

Forex trading strategy of ema with cciForex trading strategy of EMA with CCI

EMA is very common tools to all traders. There are many strategies by EMA. This strategy is very simple and easy to find trading opportunities for all kind of traders. New traders do not need any analysis for applying this strategy. They need to follow the rules of this strategy and they earn pips easily.

Strategy requirement:

You need to set-up the chart manually for this strategy. You need three mt4 default indicator:

1. 80 EMA (Exponential Moving Average of the close price)

2. 40 EMA (Exponential Moving Average of the close price)

3. CCI-14 period (Commodity Channel Index)

System rules:

1st rule: You can only find buy opportunities when 40 EMA is above the 80 EMA. Similarly you can find sell entry when 40 EMA is below the 80 EMA.

2nd rule: If you trade on H1 time frame or below this time frame, then it will be consider as intra-day trading. For trading with lower time frame, you need to find buy/sell opportunities in the London and US session. If you trade on H4 time frame, then session is not any fact. You can trade anytime when you will get any signal.

3rd rule: The third is how you will find signal from this strategy.

Buy signal: When 40 EMA is above the 80 EMA, you can take buy when CCI cross 0.0 level from below to above.

Sell signal: When 40 EMA is below the 80 EMA, you can take sell entry when CCI cross 0.0 level from above to below.

Stop loss and take profit: Stop loss will be based on your time frame. If you use lower time frame, then you can use 20-30 pips stop loss. For higher time frame, you can set 50-60 pips stop loss. Take profit should be 1:2 risk ratio. Sometimes you can get 1:5 risk ratio from this trading strategy.

Currency pair: All types of major and cross pairs.

Risk warning: You must need to follow money management rules. You can take 1% risk for each trade. Before applying this strategy you should practice this strategy on demo account for 2-3 months. If you are satisfied with this, then you can apply to your real account.