asidefellow posted: That’s what I would suggest to our friend Kyle also here. Try out different plans, test them out and make for yourself a strong trading plan which should consist of a) entry and exit signs, indicators, reward to risk ratio, leverage, trade size, sl, tp.
Yes, it’s all about a little bit of hit and trial and a lot and some luck. I remember in 2018 when I switched from alpari, I stumbled upon bollinger bands and keltner for the first time and that basically changed the game for me. Could easily locate strong breakouts. The volatility signaled by these indicators worked close to precise for me.
@Harshal From the horse’s mouth - it works swell for alerts and zoning in the chart patterns. I have been using it on MT5 from quite a bit now, but now that I am getting experimental and planning on trying the demos for other trading platforms, I will have to change my first preference of indicator
Mikehussey posted: Chris, that’s quite some talk for something with a 2.5 rating on forexpeacearmy!
See on your own dude, never go by rating, although I agree FPA is a good source for a lot of trading info, but still go with your own trial. I tested this tool out on a few of the broker sites, forextime, and then started more aggressive use of autochartist.