Forex Strategies

Here you will find various trading strategies. Combine starting with relatively simple strategies with only one indicator to complex strategies with different factors together. Who's new in forex trading should deal first with the simple strategies to develop a feel for the trade. With increasing experience, can be resorted to more complex strategies back. Experienced traders the more complex strategies are also available.

The strategies are last updated over time and expanded, so it always pays to stop by here.


2 EMA's and MACD

In this strategy, we are using 2 indicators on a H1 chart. First we create our two EMA, as it is described in the strategy with 2 EMA's. If we do this, we add the MACD indicator added to the chart. If we chose the MACD, reopens a window in which we can set the parameters. We set the parameters as follows: "Fast EMA = 9", "Slow EMA = 18" and "MACD SMA = 6". When we have done this, should be similar to the example of our chart image.

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Fibonacci Retracements Strategy

A persecuted strategy by many forex traders is the strategy with the Fibonacci Retracements. It is based on a mathematical principle, which was discovered in the 12th Century by the mathematician Leonardo da Pisa, who is also known under the name Fibonacci. It is a series of numbers in which each third number is the sum of the two preceding numbers and structured as follows:

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Simple strategy with 2 different EMA

The strategy with 2 different EMA is a relatively simple, but a very common strategy used in forex trading. The simplicity does not detract its effectiveness in trading, if used properly.

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Support and Resistance with Stochastic

Support and resistance are two important concepts in forex trading, especially if the market is in a sideways trend. If this is the case, and there are clear marked Support and Resistance levels in the chart, it is possible to use this profitable. In the example picture we see a typical support and resistance chart.

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