Parabolic sar ema and cci scalping strategy in forex

Who’s online There are currently 10 users online. Submitted by Edward Revy on January 17, 2009 – 11:08. I’m glad to open parabolic sar ema and cci scalping strategy in forex new section of our website dedicated to trading methods, techniques and ideas. Here, me and my team, and hopefully you as well, will be sharing our favorite trading methods, for example, the best method to exit a trade, the best method to filter trading signals, a favorite method to identify ranging markets, a favorite entry method etc.

As you can see, it is all about splitting a trading process into distinctive parts and perfecting each part separately. I hope to make this page one of you favorite pages and see you among our regular visitors and active participants. Submitted by Sam on January 17, 2009 – 18:03. I’ve read your page since several weeks and working very hard with this.

Thank you very much for your marvellous side. If other people would winning your ego and that of your team, the world would be in best form. I’ll send you a strategy and I want to ask you a big favour making it perhaps more practicable. Submitted by Edward Revy on January 17, 2009 – 21:00. Thank you for you kind words. I’ve got your strategy, which I’ll prepare and post tomorrow. What I didn’t get is the screenshots.

We use a third party module to upload files. Could you please find a minute to re-submit the screeshots this time pasting a link that you’ll receive upon uploading into a comment. Submitted by sam on January 18, 2009 – 23:34. I hope I’ve done it correct. Kind regards and best wishes to your team. Submitted by Edward Revy on January 19, 2009 – 06:44.

Submitted by Peter on February 4, 2009 – 14:18. I wanted to have a little overview of Indicators being used in trading methods. Indicators either being used alone or in combination. Resistance, Candles, ZZ and CCI 1x each. What does everybody say, when it comes to FX education? Wwell, well – it’s done here. Submitted by Peter on February 4, 2009 – 21:00.

I would like to share some observations re crossing of averages, actually Simple Methods No. Some time ago I had serious problems with rallies up or down finding myself battling against the trend. You know how embarrassing this is even on the demo. Eventually I found the solution mainly on the 15M sheet using SMA crossing. Comparing both, SMA and EMA I found the early detection method more on the side of the SMA rather than EMA. EMA lags SMA by some days on the 1D, some hours on the 1H and even 1-1. 5 h on the 15M sheet.

Since time is money not alone in FX, I tend to prefer Method No. Another observation is that crossing indicates lots of momentum, actually indicating that rallies are coming up. Maybe the one or the other of you would like to comment, which I would appreciate greatly. Submitted by Edward Revy on February 10, 2009 – 04:26. I like the way you approach trading, it’ll reward you in the future. I should point out that analysing Moving averages by looking at history charts is different from doing a forward testing.

The problem is: moving averages like to cross and then later “uncross” upon calculating new values as the time goes by. It should probably happen more in the case with EMAs’ crossover, because they put more value on the recent price changes – react faster. SMAs are much smoother and don’t alter their parameters too much. For daily as well as 4 hour and 1 hour trading the preference is given to SMA indicator. They are more likely to react in time.

Sometimes they’ll be faster, at other times, not. There are no perfect moving averages that would always be sharp right on signals. You’re right about the momentum observed upon Moving averages crossover. Keep up the good research and tests! Submitted by steve b on February 25, 2009 – 04:07.