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#21 ja46176

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 09:28 AM

Sounds like a great day rainy88, do you mind explaining what you mean by locked in so are BE. Do you mean that you're now playing with profit only and not your original funds?

Call me James  ;)


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Posted 24 April 2017 - 02:54 PM

@rainy88

 

I tested this strategy on M1 and M5 but I'm posting below the screenshot related to M5.

As you can see, you can hit easily 4 steps of MG even in trending market.

It's a simple and easy strategy but I guess it needs more filters when price is retracing but you are still above EMA10 and viceversa.

Notes:

red mark: loss

green mark: win

 

Cheers 



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Posted 24 April 2017 - 02:56 PM

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 03:30 PM

Sounds like a great day rainy88, do you mind explaining what you mean by locked in so are BE. Do you mean that you're now playing with profit only and not your original funds?

 

basically yes James.


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Posted 24 April 2017 - 03:59 PM

@rainy88

 

I tested this strategy on M1 and M5 but I'm posting below the screenshot related to M5.

As you can see, you can hit easily 4 steps of MG even in trending market.

It's a simple and easy strategy but I guess it needs more filters when price is retracing but you are still above EMA10 and viceversa.

Notes:

red mark: loss

green mark: win

 

Cheers 

 

Yes Merka it needs more filters, those small choppy retracements happens when volatility decrease (after a big move up away from ema in 1st case and after an ab=cd formation completion in the 2nd case)...I'll try to set some kind of oscillator (where an hypotethical divergence would give us an alert) but imho the best way to filter this situations is trying to predict them with a little bit of technical analysis (in the case of measured moves or big exhaustion candles approaching major supports resistances)


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#26 botraderpro

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Posted 25 April 2017 - 02:34 AM

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On average, how many 4-step mg hits do you take in a day?



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Posted 25 April 2017 - 02:58 AM

Hi, i have 1 thought of money management idea. I don't martigale and i only trade for the 1st - 5 candle when it cross EMA10 (all others rules still remain same)

So we will end up maybe :

5 - 0

4 - 1

3 - 2

 

This is with assumption that most of the time when it break EMA, we will see more force at the beginning of crossing EMA and it eventually slow down, or reverse before the next force. So, we avoid stress martigale and still see continues increase in profit.

What is your thought?


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Posted 25 April 2017 - 05:01 AM

Imo if you only trade 5 candles you will lose out on the big trends and that's where the "easy" money is. Also, you can't say the first 5 candles will be in your favor - 3 could go against you. I was thinking of using Heiken Ashi and Trix to try and stay on the right side of the trend.



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Posted 25 April 2017 - 05:18 AM

Hello guys.

We need more brain storming to make this strategy good on the long run.

I'm working on how to avoid or detect the pullbacks.

Let's collaborate all Tigger



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Posted 25 April 2017 - 05:22 AM

I was testing this on a demo account today and was al ittle concerned the you could end up with 5 steps of martingaling when things become choppy. This is not a good way to trade. For example; Candle closes below 10ema so you PUT, next one closes above so you CALL,  the next closes below so you lost, so you take another call and it closes below. Naturally you PUT, but closes above again and you're now losing money fast from martingale system.

 

I added  a 5EMA & a 30EMA as a filter. If the 5EMA is still above the 10EMA I continue to trade CALLs, and PUTs if its still below. The 30EMA helps you understand which dirction the trend is going. you can only trade when all 3 EMA lines are in the correct order. But you'll still need to martingale up to 3 times. Just not as often.

 

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Purple dot=LOSE

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Posted 25 April 2017 - 05:31 AM

This is with HA candles and HA smoothed on mt4. Shows up the trend nicely but still a killer in ranging market.

 

BTW nice idea to add the 5 ema, but still too rich for my blood. When op says make $100 an hour it sounds simple and great, but mg really makes me nervous. I would prefer not to use mg, provided itm exceeds otm.

 

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Posted 25 April 2017 - 05:45 AM

This is maybe OTB but you can try this too
To filter ranging market put a 21sma and if the price is between the 2 ma, wait until a true trend reappear, and for the MG let's say you are in an uptrend and you loss because of a bearish candle, Don,t trade the next to see what the candle will be, if it's another bearish but still above the 2 ma then this time you call the next candle, but if the bearish candle cross the 2ma wait again one candle to see if the reversal is confirmed or not
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Posted 25 April 2017 - 07:05 AM

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Bit of a different style here.....Sorry.

ALERT CANDLE - (with vertical line) cuts through 10ema.

CONFIRMATION CANDLE - The candle after the alert candle has to make an attempt to come back but ends up closing below or above depending on the direction we are looking to trade.

When confirmation candle closes we take a 5 min expiry.




P.s

If I'm looking at a put trade I would prefer the confirmation candle to close bullish but still under the 10ema, that way it gives room to make its way down nicely. Vice versa for call trade.
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Posted 25 April 2017 - 07:19 AM

Maybe try Sanz SR break out? If price below 10ema only use sell arrows and above 10ema only use buy arrows

 

1st chart i count 8/1 without MG

2nd chart i count 5/1 without MG

 

Only look back though, not live so check it out. 

 

Thanks to Sanz for his alert indie

 

 

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Posted 25 April 2017 - 12:48 PM

Maybe try Sanz SR break out? If price below 10ema only use sell arrows and above 10ema only use buy arrows

 

1st chart i count 8/1 without MG

2nd chart i count 5/1 without MG

 

Only look back though, not live so check it out. 

 

Thanks to Sanz for his alert indie

 

This now looks like the 'Battery Power' stratgey I've been working on.

gbpaudbo-m1-core-liquidity-markets-2017-

 

This is a little less aggressive than trading almost every candle, but still needs work. It has 5 minute expiry time.


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Posted 26 April 2017 - 01:06 AM

This now looks like the 'Battery Power' stratgey I've been working on.
gbpaudbo-m1-core-liquidity-markets-2017-
 
This is a little less aggressive than trading almost every candle, but still needs work. It has 5 minute expiry time.


Hi battery

I am also working on sr break with multiple EMA. Maybe we should start another thread to discuss our thoughts as We may be changing the original thread here.

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Posted 26 April 2017 - 02:41 AM

Hi battery
I am also working on sr break with multiple EMA. Maybe we should start another thread to discuss our thoughts as We may be changing the original thread here.


Yeah that might be a good idea. Ive got some thoughts and ideas too

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Posted 26 April 2017 - 04:23 AM

I'm currently away from the desktop at the moment but I think that MBFX might be a filter here, I'll report back when I'm home.

Call me James  ;)


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Posted 26 April 2017 - 05:47 AM

I think you could be right. Sell only when MBFX is red and price is below the EMA. Buy only when MBX is green and above the EMA. Stop when MBFX turns yellow and wait for next setup. With this you can either mg the candles that go against you (before MBFX turns yellow) or stop at the first candle that reverses color. Seems less risky than op's original method.



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Posted 26 April 2017 - 05:52 AM

Taking a quick look back this morning on EU, the results with MBFX seem good even if you don't martingale.


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