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    Active Member aquaeyed's Avatar

    Lightbulb MTF MACD and Stoch trigger entering !!!

    Hi.

    I don't know if it is New Year Holiday luck =) or I maybe found something that work. I used it just 3 days with marketsworld demo but till now it is best strategy that worked for me.

    I using it on minimum time of marketsworld that is 5-10 min, but I am always looking for same trend at H1 and M15 by standard MACD 12,26,9 and entering while on M1 stochastic 13,3,3 confirm that trend.

    for example:

    while i have trend up on H1 and M15 MACD I looking on when M1 stochastic lowering below 20% and waiting when it come back higher 20%.

    Off cause I also looking on candles too but it is just confirm me what stochastic says.

    Off cause it is just 3 days testing, but mean wile I will stuck with it and check it for longer time.

    I will happy to hear from pros (and not =) ) what you thinking about it.

    what I can suggest is to use MTF MACD indicator for easy experience.

    Again Happy New Year =)

    And some pictures off cause.



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  2. #2
    Active Member aquaeyed's Avatar
    By mistake I wrote in wrong section of forum.
    Asking from moderators to put it in Binary Options Trading Strategies and Systems.

    thanks

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    YOu're probably just fine here... Looks good so far. Did you develop this yourself or get it from the web?

  4. #4
    Active Member aquaeyed's Avatar
    i combined two strategies: one saying using MACD with 2 or 3 time-frames; second - using MACD with Stochastic. I worked with second one on forex trading but still have money management problem: with a small account i can't play well for long period, more then 2 days. when I tried on binary options, I paid attention that when you triggered by M1 MACD it is too late. But I saw that 13.3.3 Stochastic + candles works very good for entering. I hope that it will continue as it now =) .

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    Specialist Member RCox's Avatar
    It is important to have some idea of how these indicators are calculated -- especially when looking to combine them for a strategy. The reason for this comes from the fact that many of the most commonly used indicators were developed by the same person and there is not much difference in the elements the indicator attempts to measure. In these cases, it might seem like you are getting two different signals when they are actually relatively similar.

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    Active Member aquaeyed's Avatar
    RCox about what exactly did you talked? candles and stochastic? or something else? thanks.

  7. #7
    Junior Member
    You just use stochastic as confirmation in a trend? Is that enough? If not can you explain better your entries rules and expire time please? And what about those 2 indicator on your left and right side of the chart? Thanks!!

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    Active Member aquaeyed's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by jojofra View Post
    You just use stochastic as confirmation in a trend? Is that enough? If not can you explain better your entries rules and expire time please? And what about those 2 indicator on your left and right side of the chart? Thanks!!
    at first i am looking that MACD at H1 and M15 point at same direction, lets say it is up trend , the fast MACD above slow (trigger) I don't remember its names =). After it i turning to M1 chart and cause of MACD is lagging indicator , I used stochastic for entering. I am waiting that stochastic will enter to oversold zone that below 20% and will wait when it will rise above 20% (after cross). I used low time frame just to check if it is working, and it worked =) I suppose that it can be used on bigger time frames, but I didn't try it, cause www.marketsworld.com giving just for next 10 minutes and next one is half hour and end of day. so i tried it on 10 minutes .
    In the left side is News indicator that you can find it on bots.com at school. and at right side it is MTF MACD (multi time frame) that help me to see without changing times all macd trends. I found one on google and changed it a bit: shifted it to left and changed colors.
    if someone want it i will attache it here.

  9. #9
    Junior Member
    Quote Originally Posted by aquaeyed View Post
    at first i am looking that MACD at H1 and M15 point at same direction, lets say it is up trend , the fast MACD above slow (trigger) I don't remember its names =). After it i turning to M1 chart and cause of MACD is lagging indicator , I used stochastic for entering. I am waiting that stochastic will enter to oversold zone that below 20% and will wait when it will rise above 20% (after cross). I used low time frame just to check if it is working, and it worked =) I suppose that it can be used on bigger time frames, but I didn't try it, cause www.marketsworld.com giving just for next 10 minutes and next one is half hour and end of day. so i tried it on 10 minutes .
    In the left side is News indicator that you can find it on bots.com at school. and at right side it is MTF MACD (multi time frame) that help me to see without changing times all macd trends. I found one on google and changed it a bit: shifted it to left and changed colors.
    if someone want it i will attache it here.
    Ok, pretty clare ) Thank you for the explanation bro, i'll give a try to this strategy tommorrow!
    Happy new year!!

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by aquaeyed View Post
    i combined two strategies: one saying using MACD with 2 or 3 time-frames; second - using MACD with Stochastic. I worked with second one on forex trading but still have money management problem: with a small account i can't play well for long period, more then 2 days. when I tried on binary options, I paid attention that when you triggered by M1 MACD it is too late. But I saw that 13.3.3 Stochastic + candles works very good for entering. I hope that it will continue as it now =) .
    What is your management system?

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