Inclusive daily trading strategy
Inclusive daily foreign exchange trading strategy — a popular trading strategy with a very good profit/loss ratio, but very few entry signals. It does not require any indicators and can be applied to pure candlesticks or histograms.

Features
• The entry conditions are clear and clear.
• Very simple pure chart strategy.
• High success rate.
• The chance of meeting the conditions is low.

  1. The inner-packed daily line refers to the daily line or candle line that is completely contained in the previous day’s line (also called the “container” line), including the high and low values.
  2. If the current daily line uses index 0 and the previous day line uses index 1, then the current daily line as the inner package day must meet the following conditions: High[0] Low[1] . Please pay attention to the precise “greater than” and “less than” operations.
  3. When a bearish inner package daily line follows a bullish “container” daily line in a clear upward trend, a short signal is issued.
  4. When a bullish inner package daily line follows a bearish “container” daily line in a clear downtrend, a long signal is issued.
  5. The stop loss for long positions is set at the low position of the “container” daily line; the stop loss for short positions is set at the high position of the daily line “container”.
  6. Take profit should be set at the nearest support/resistance level formed by the trend.

Example (Figure 1)

Stochastic oscillator and moving average combined trading strategy
Stochastic oscillator/moving average combined foreign exchange trading strategy — is a relatively safe trading strategy based on the combination of standard stochastic indicators and exponential moving averages. You can use the moving average as a general long-term trend indicator, while the stochastic oscillator can show short-term overbought/oversold status, which is also the callback position for your entry.

Features
• Quite reliable.
• Use trends to trade.
• Not easy to follow.
• There is no clear goal/departure level.

Policy setting

  1. Can be used for any currency pair. Use the exponential moving average to observe the previous trend on the daily time frame, and use the Stochastic Oscillator to observe the short-term signal on the 1-hour time frame.
  2. Add 3 exponential moving averages on the daily chart, and set the time periods to 50 days, 100 days and 200 days.
  3. Add a stochastic oscillating indicator to the 1-hour chart, set the %K period to 14, %D period to 3, and slow down 3. Use the Close/Close price field to set the overbought level to 90% and the oversold level to 10 %.

Entry conditions

When the long-term trend is bullish (the daily chart shows that the price is above the EMA50, and the EMA50 is above the EMA100, and the EMA100 is above the EMA200), the stochastic oscillator on the 1-hour chart crosses the oversold level from below, enter the market.

When the short-term trend is bearish (the daily chart shows that the price is below EMA50, and EMA50 is below EMA100, EMA100 is below EMA200), and the stochastic oscillator on the 1-hour chart crosses the overbought level from above, enter the market and go short.
Exit conditions

There is no clear stop loss/take profit level, but the recommended risk/reward ratio is 1/2.
Should maintain a relatively tight trailing stop loss.

Example: bearish trend (Figure 2 and Figure 3)

Example: bullish trend

MACD divergence indicator trading strategy

MACD deviates from foreign exchange trading strategy — is a very reliable system based on the standard MACD indicator. In fact, the divergence between the MACD line and the currency pair exchange rate is the basic signal of this strategy. Although the entry and exit points of the system are very vague, it is easy to recognize these signals, and because it helps to capture callbacks and trend reversals, trading with it can get good returns.
Features
• Simple signal recognition.
• Only one standard indicator is used.
• The potential benefits are huge.
• The level of take profit and stop loss is difficult to determine.
• The long-term charting rate is too low.

Policy setting

  1. Can be used for any currency pair and time frame. However, it is recommended to be used in a short time frame, because it can give out more trading opportunities.
  2. Add MACD (Moving Average Convergence and Divergence) indicator to the chart, set the fast EMA period to 12, the slow EMA period to 26, and the MACD SMA period to 9; the closing price is applicable.

Entry conditions

When the price shows a bearish trend and the MACD indicator also shows a bearish trend, enter more.

When the price shows a bullish trend and MACD also shows a bullish trend, enter the market and go short.

Exit conditions

When entering a long market, set the stop loss near the support level; when entering the market short, set the stop loss near the resistance level.

When going long, set the take profit at the next resistance level; when going short, set the take profit at the next support level.

If the system issues a reversal signal — close a previously opened position.

example
The example chart is the EUR/USD currency pair under the 15-minute time frame. As you can see, the price line has been falling during the downtrend, but the MACD indicator has been rising for a long time. The entry position has been marked on the chart. Enter when the downward trend in the currency pair chart is clearly over. Stop loss is set at the support level formed by the double bottom pattern, and take profit is set at the resistance level formed by the short-term pullback of the bearish trend. The take profit/stop loss ratio set in this chart is quite good, greater than 1.5.

Stochastic Oscillator Trading Strategy
Stochastic Oscillator Forex Trading Strategy — This is a system with a fairly low failure rate. It is based on a standard stochastic swing indicator and will signal that the trend is weakening and changing. This means that you always enter the market during a pullback, ensuring a fairly safe stop loss level.
Features
Can simply follow.
Only one standard indicator is used.
Safe stop loss level.
Not the best take profit level.

Policy setting

  1. Can be used in any currency pair or time frame. But the suggestion applies to the long-term framework.
  2. Add a stochastic swing indicator to the chart, set the %K period to 14, and the %D period to 7 to slow down 7 days, using the simple moving average method.

Entry conditions

When the blue-green line crosses the red line from below and both are located in the lower half of the indicator window, enter the market long.

When the blue-green line crosses the red line from above and both are in the upper half of the indicator window, enter the market and go short.
Exit conditions

If you go long, set a stop loss at the local highest position, and go short, set a stop loss at the local lowest position.

The best take-profit level is between 1 and 1.5 times the stop loss.

If other signals are generated, immediately close the position and leave the market.

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Parabolic SAR trading strategy
Parabolic SAR foreign exchange trading strategy — a rather risky system based on direct signals from the Parabolic SAR indicator, which shows stop and turn levels.

Features
Can simply follow.
Only one standard indicator is used.
The indicator directly issues entry and exit signals.
The indicator is delayed.
The risk is high and not always effective.

Policy setting
Can be used for any currency pair and time frame.
Add a Parabolic SAR indicator to the chart, set the minimum unit to 0.05 and the maximum to 0.2.

Entry conditions
When the market price touches the indicator from below, enter the market and do more, and the trend will change direction at this time.
When the market price touches the indicator from above, enter the market and go short, and the trend will change direction at this time.

Exit conditions
Set the stop loss directly at the indicator level-the short position is below the price, and the long position is above the price. Adjust the stop loss level every day.

Take Profit should be set to the same value as Stop Loss, but no adjustment is required.

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Moving average crossover trading strategy
Moving average crossover foreign exchange trading strategy-is a simple trading system based on the crossover of two standard indicators-a fast EMA (exponential moving average) and a slow EMA.

Features
Very simple follow strategy.
Use simple indicators.
Setting a stop loss is easy.
Moving averages are delayed-the delay may reach 10 days.
Invalid when the market is light.

Policy setting
Can be used for any currency pair and time frame.
Add an exponential moving average to the chart, set the time period to 9, apply the closing price, and set it to red (optional) — this is a fast moving average (FMA).
Add another exponential moving average to the chart, set the time period to 14, apply the closing price, and set it to blue (optional) — this is a slow moving average (SMA).

Entry conditions
When FMA crosses SMAj from below, enter long.
When FMA crosses SMA from above, enter the market and go short.

Exit conditions
Long stop loss should be set at the low of the previous candlestick before the cross. The short stop loss is set at the high of the previous candlestick before the cross.

Take profit should be set according to stop loss and should not be lower than stop loss. It is recommended to set 1.5 times or 2 times the stop loss.
If another cross occurs before the stop loss or take profit is reached, the current position is closed.

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