19th August 2019 at 5:23 pm #395almotazParticipant
#1: The Bladerunner Trade – Page 1
The Bladerunner is an exceptionally good EMA crossover strategy, suitable across all timeframes and currency
pairs. It is a trending strategy that tries to pick breakouts from a continuation and trade the retests.
#2: Daily Fibonacci Pivot Trade – Page 8
Fibonacci Pivot Trades combine Fibonacci retracements and extensions with daily, weekly, monthly and even
yearly pivots. The emphasis here is on using these combinations with daily pivots only, but the idea can easily
be extended to longer timeframes incorporating any combination of pivots.
#3: Bolly Band Bounce Trade – Page 13
The Bolly Band Bounce Trade is perfect in a ranging market. Many traders use it in combination with
confirming signals, to great effect. If Bollinger Bands appeal to you, this one is well worth a look.
#4: Forex Dual Stochastic Trade – Page 17
The Dual Stochastic Trade users two stochastics – one slow and one fast – in combination to pick areas where
price is trending but overextended in a short term retracement, and about to snap back into a continuation of
#5: Forex Overlapping Fibonacci Trade – Page 23
Overlapping Fibonacci trades are the favourites of some traders I have known. Uesd on their own, their
reliability can be a little lower than some of the others strategies, but if you use them in conjunction with
appropriate confirming signals, they can be extremely accurate.
#6: London Hammer Trade – Page 26
The extra volatility you get when London opens presents some unique opportunities. The London Hammer
Trade is my take on an attempt to capitalise on these opportunities. Especially effective during the London
session, it can be used at any time when price is likely to be taking off strongly in one direction, and possibly
reversing from an area of support/resistance just as strongly.
#7: The Bladerunner Reversal – Page 28
As mentioned above, the Bladerunner is a trend following strategy. The Bladerunner reversal just as
effectively picks entries from situations where the trend reverses and price begins to trade on the other side of
#8: The Pop ‘n’ Stop Trade – Page 30
If you’ve ever tried to chase price when it bounds away to the upside, only to suffer the inevitable loss when it
just as quickly reverses, you will want the secret of the pop and stop trade in your trader’s arsenal. There is a
simple trick to determining whether or not price will continue in the direction of the breakout, and you must
know it in order to profit from these situations.
#9: The Drop ‘n’ Stop Trade – Page 33
The flip side of the pop and stop, this strategy trades savage breakouts to the downside.
#10: Trading The Forex Fractal – Page 36
The forex fractal is not just a strategy but a concept of market fundamentals that you really need to know in
order to understand what price is doing, why it is doing it, and who is making it move. This is the kind of
inside info that took me years and many thousands of dollars to learn. It’s yours here for free, so use it 🙂
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