In this article we compile a wide range of popular trading strategies. These can be useful to test and to help you come up with your own unique trading strategies. London Opening Range Breakout This strategy seeks to take advantage of the liquidity and volatility of the London trading session and has a maximum of … Read more
Bladerunner is a simple trend following strategy that uses a 20-period exponential moving average (EMA) along with price action patterns. The strategy can be traded across multiple currency pairs and also multiple timeframes, although it is most popular on shorter term timeframes. Since it is a trend following strategy it works best with instruments that … Read more
John Bollinger invented Bollinger Bands way back in the 1980s. His indicator uses standard deviation to determine support and resistance levels. Price is viewed as overextended at the upper or lower bands, which are considered resistance or support areas. Traders often look for price to revert to the mean at the upper or lower bands. … Read more
The London Opening Range Breakout is a strategy that is simple to understand and apply. It also has the appeal that it requires relatively little time to trade it, generating at most one trade per day.
A trend day occurs when there is an expansion in the daily trading range and the open and close are near opposite extremes.
Price action trading is a term that you frequently hear among traders currently. It is popular due to its minimalism and applicability across different markets and timeframes.
When trading in the forex market, traders who wish to maximize their probability of success should pay close heed to several key principles and practices. This article discusses some of these principles and then provides a specific, step-by-step strategic method for putting them into effective practice.
In this article we’ll cover correlations in the currency markets and how an understanding of these relationships can help you diversify, hedge and develop trading strategies.
Sometimes it is nice to reexamine a simple concept when there appears to be overwhelming volatility in the markets. Mechanical systems and patterns are helpful and even necessary for the structure they impose in organizing data, but even Richard Dennis in his original course discussed ways to “anticipate” entry signals, exit trades early, and filter out “bad” trades.