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Re: BINARY OPTION TRADING STRATEGY & IDEAS

#2021
sal wrote:
Fri Dec 28, 2018 7:39 pm
2019 UPDATED STRATGEY RELEASED
with NON REPAINT SYSTEM :) 2019_SAL_ Strategy
TRY in demo and get the idea when the open trade start.... :) enjoy and good luck in 2019..
pls. post your suggestions for this new strategy...
I also like that one most. You may use zero lag ma on attached indicator with atr-bands (is non-repainting). Maybe we have some day a newer averages version with non-fixed pip bands again. I never understood, why volatility based bands were removed. QQE is on color none and only used as dot. Why do you prefer this as alert and not a newer smoothed hull?
I would not trade a system that only works sometimes. Use pairs that are not ranging on higher timeframes.

Prefer trading after UK or US open on M1 or M5 and avoid asian session or even when europe is closed. Watch the last moves and think that this volatility will stay the next minutes. Don't trade before and after big news.
averages - mtf - alerts 8.3 - atr bands.ex4
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Re: BINARY OPTION TRADING STRATEGY & IDEAS

#2025
sal wrote:
Fri Jan 18, 2019 9:35 pm
testing stratgey with BB & trend reveral.
5min expiry
Hi Sal,
Are those crossing lines signals on the below windows repaints?
Cause the crossing was perfectly on the top and bellow of the trend.
By the way, can you share the templates please.
Thakyou


Re: BINARY OPTION TRADING STRATEGY & IDEAS

#2027
When a candle closes, evaluate new candle, if Monitor signal step - vhf - adaptive vma is less <-50(Arrows Red) open position buy with martingale,> 50(Arrows Lime) open position Sell with martingale.
Use all the files
Monitor_Signal_step - vhf - adaptive vma.ex4
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step - vhf - adaptive vma (alerts + arrows).mq4
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SitaringMultiCandleTime.mq4
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vhf - adaptive vma.tpl
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