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The Stochastic Cross Alert Forex Trading Strategy

The stochastic cross alert forex trading strategy is designed to take advantage of the strength of 3 simple forex indicators to generate easy to read buy and sell signals with good accuracy. The strategy can be used to predict trend reversals. Chart Setup MetaTrader4 Indicators: Stochastic_Cross_Alert.ex4 (default setting), SwingMan-UltraSuperTRIX_PV_4col.ex4 (default setting), Stochastic (5, 3, 3) […]

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Trend Following Forex Day Trading Strategy

A trend following strategy for forex day traders based on a simple trend following indicator and a slow stochastic oscillator with default 5,3,3 settings. You can use this strategy on the lower timeframe’s, from the 1 min up to the 30 min. Chart Setup Indicators: xzl_countdown_timer, Stochastic Oscillator (5,3,3), ForexMajorTrend (default settings) Preferred time frame(s): […]

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Forex Scalping Strategy With Trend Line Indicator And Stochastic Oscillator

Profitable forex scalping with trend lines and the Stochastic oscillator. Can it be done? Yes! Chart Setup Indicators: Trendline, Stochastic Oscillator Preferred time frame(s): M1 Trading sessions: Euro, US Preferred Currency pairs: Medium to high volatile pairs Download Download the Forex Scalping Strategy With Trend Line Indicator And Stochastic Oscillator. Example: GBP/JPY 1 Min Chart […]

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Robby DSS Forex Metatrader 4 Indicator

The Robby DSS Forex indicator, based on an exponential moving average and the Stochastic oscillator oscillates between 5 (oversold) and 95 (overbought) extreme readings. The indicator provides traders with easy to read buy and sell dots. Red dots represent possible sell entries. Blue dots represent possible buy entries. Trading Signals BUY: In uptrends – wait […]

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Stochastic Cross Alert Metatrader 4 Indicator

The Stochastic Cross Alert indicator draws a buy arrow on the chart when the indicator lines cross each other from below 20 back above (oversold readings). Similarly, a red sell arrow appears on the chart when the lines cross each other from above 80 back below (overbought readings). General Assumptions 80+ readings: overbought 20- readings: […]

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