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My Breakout Strategy with Bollinger Bands (Forex Education)

Forex breakout is one of the more commonly used trading strategies that are used by currency traders. The main reason it is so widely used is because of the clarity and simplicity of the execution. It is so simple that even new traders without much experience can trade profitably with it, if they put in some effort to practice the strategy in their demo account.

By Roger Baettig | Sep 01, 2010 | IBTimes

My Trading Strategy with MACD and ADX (Forex Education)

- The MACD indicator gives a buy signal. - D+ crossed the D- line. Therefore the D+ line is above the D- line. - The ADX line should be rising.

By Roger Baettig | Sep 01, 2010 | IBTimes

My Trading Strategy with Moving Averages Tunnel and RSI (Forex Education)

Here is one more trading strategy. Like many traders say good system is simple one an that's why I will show you a very simple one.

By Roger Baettig | Sep 01, 2010 | IBTimes

My Breakout System for the Europe Session (Forex Education)

The system is called "early bird" because it requires a trader being ready to trade Forex as early as 5:00 am EST. Find the Highest High and the Lowest Low for the candles from 00:00 EST to 04:59 am EST. At 5:00 am EST set 2 entry orders.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Forex Trading with Fractals and ADX (Forex Education)

The Average Directional Index (ADX) depicts a presence or absence of a trend. ADX advices on the strength of the dominant forces that move market prices here and now. In other words, ADX advices on trend tendencies: whether the trend is going to continue and strengthen or it is about to lose its positions.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Trading with Bollinger Bands (Forex Education)

In technical analysis, a chart or table that compares a security's volatility to its price over time. Bollinger bands consist of a simple moving average of the security's price over a given number of days (usually 20 or 21), plus one upper limit and one lower limit. The limits are calculated as the amount of the moving average plus or minus two standard deviations.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

My Forex Trading Strategy with MACD Divergence (Forex Education)

Watch for divergence between the price on the chart and MACD. Once you found it wait on the crossover of the MACD line and the Signals line.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

My Forex Trading Strategy with MACD & Stochastics (Forex Education)

Currency pairs: any Time frame chart: 15 minutes and 1 hour Indicators: Stochastics: 15, 5, 5 / MACD: 12,26,9

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

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