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Whats Dominan Your Strategy ?

BringmeFish
Jun 04 2019 at 09:54
11 Posts
I mix fundamental and technical. I have data spreadsheet of all fundamental data and use that for long term direction. I then trade on 4 hourly charts looking for technical set ups in direction of long term trend

Ninja Forex (ninjaforex)
Jun 06 2019 at 09:52
30 Posts
BringmeFish posted:
I mix fundamental and technical. I have data spreadsheet of all fundamental data and use that for long term direction. I then trade on 4 hourly charts looking for technical set ups in direction of long term trend


Nice plan,,
- Mapping Technical
- Journal Trading
- Fundamental News Data
- Money Management
etc strategy
its all need too all trader, to us
all trader have a habbits self, they have caracter self, its mean need a time to find their pashion habbits


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Ninja Forex (ninjaforex)
Jun 09 2019 at 10:47
30 Posts
Hallo all
Today i want to say, whats dominan my strategy analisy for technical or fundamental, event not much detail, but for simple here :
- Make A Journal Trading
- Mapping For 1 Month Data News, Mapping For every Weeks Data News
- Mapping Trend (Trend Wave, Trend Fibo, Trend etc)
- Mapping SNR combine With SnD from Higher Trend to Low Trend
- Mapping Pattern for every Time Frame
- Mapping COT Dealer for 1 MOnth or every weeks if you swing, for technical filter i am using this https://memberforex.com/store/Package-All-Tools-Template-@NinjaForex-p133371168 (Hierarki Zone Dealer)
 
Technical Analysis focuses on trend, support and resistance, and momentum through the use of chart reading to help me and traders get into and out of higher probability trades

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Professional4X
Jun 10 2019 at 01:22
1189 Posts
BringmeFish posted:
I mix fundamental and technical. I have data spreadsheet of all fundamental data and use that for long term direction. I then trade on 4 hourly charts looking for technical set ups in direction of long term trend


I use a similar process as well.

In general I use MTF (multiple time frame) analysis for the instrument I am trading.

Using that information I determine the current trend state across all time frames.

When I see the lower time frames, coming into sync with the higher time frames, I consider that supporting evidence of the general trend.

Then within the lower time frames, I analyze for high probability candle patterns which I have identified that typically have a statistical probability of 80%or higher.

I then look at the Daily ATR for the instrument, and set my take profit at 75% of the ATR value.

For the stop loss I use 30 pips. If a trade has to go beyond 30 pips, then it's just pointless to hold it, it's a bad trade, and the shorter term trend has probably changed. No big deal.

If I close it out, and the price moves back to where I needed it to be, I reopen the ticket and wait for it to close out again, either by Stoploss or Takeprofit.

Also, I trade as small of units or lot sizes as possible to limit my exposure to the markets.

By stepping additional trades into my trading basket, while in profit, it also limits my exposure to the markets because each additional ticket I generate has been effectively covered by the previous tickets which are already in profit.



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AniLorak
Jun 10 2019 at 09:11
920 Posts
ninjaforex posted:
BringmeFish posted:
I mix fundamental and technical. I have data spreadsheet of all fundamental data and use that for long term direction. I then trade on 4 hourly charts looking for technical set ups in direction of long term trend


Nice plan,,
- Mapping Technical
- Journal Trading
- Fundamental News Data
- Money Management
etc strategy
its all need too all trader, to us
all trader have a habbits self, they have caracter self, its mean need a time to find their pashion habbits



Nice list; then how do you set your SL & TP? Based on the technical or fundamental?

Ninja Forex (ninjaforex)
Jun 11 2019 at 07:23
30 Posts
AniLorak posted:
ninjaforex posted:
BringmeFish posted:
I mix fundamental and technical. I have data spreadsheet of all fundamental data and use that for long term direction. I then trade on 4 hourly charts looking for technical set ups in direction of long term trend


Nice plan,,
- Mapping Technical
- Journal Trading
- Fundamental News Data
- Money Management
etc strategy
its all need too all trader, to us
all trader have a habbits self, they have caracter self, its mean need a time to find their pashion habbits



Nice list; then how do you set your SL & TP? Based on the technical or fundamental?


If you mapping with Fibo Pivot SnR SnD you will found High/Low Last Candle or High/Low Level, you can use thats As TP or SL
this is example

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Ninja Forex (ninjaforex)
Jun 13 2019 at 06:17
30 Posts
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Fx Scalper (fxsc1lper)
Jun 14 2019 at 06:19
348 Posts
i made a strategy by spending years of hard work , i didnt remeber , when last time i saw economy calendar .. i never read any article just watch my strategy and wait for signal thats it :)

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Adribaasmet
Jun 15 2019 at 10:55
951 Posts
fxsc1lper posted:
i made a strategy by spending years of hard work , i didnt remeber , when last time i saw economy calendar .. i never read any article just watch my strategy and wait for signal thats it :)


That means; you completely avoid high voltage news sessions like FOMC, NFP?? Really?

ForexFarmer1
Jun 16 2019 at 07:05
10 Posts
I looked at your strategies and they seem very good for a few months but then fail. Looks like could be martin gale or grid strategy is that right?

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