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    Hot The Swing 15 Minute Technicals Strategy for Binary Options Review !!!

    Hi, guys! A new Strategy review, presented by Michael is here! He examines all the details of the Swing-15 Minute Technicals strategy! Check it out and find the how to implement this advanced strategy in your trading arsenal!

    Originally posted by Michael Hodges.

    The Swing-15 Minute Technicals is a fairly advanced form of trading. The system is based on support/resistance breakouts on 15 minute charts and is great for day and day-to-day trading. The strategy is very detailed and should be easy for experienced traders to follow. Signals are taken on charts of 15 candlesticks with support/resistance lines drawn on the longer term charts. Initially intended for trading Euro and British Pound dominated currency pairs this strategy will work in any liquid market.

    This strategy is great for binary day traders, it provides good signals for short term trades with daily, hourly or even shorter expiration. The use of multiple time frames is excellent, it is something I would suggest every trader use regardless of style. The caveat is that this strategy is better suited to experienced traders. Without experience and discipline newer traders may get themselves into trouble trying to trade short term break outs. Trading short term moves like this often means trading against the primary trend and everyone knows that the trend is your friend.

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    M.J
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    Strategy is good but requires a lot of experience in drawing trend lines manually. Similarly there r many ways to calculate support and trend levels. Good thing is once u know these things, strategy is pretty simple because u will only looking for breakouts. Fourth section is helpful where author himself mentions drawbacks and limitations of this strategy.
    Trading requires practice and new strategies really require a lot of practice. Practicing on demo is advised before adopting any strategy.

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    Senior Member Deanfx's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by M.J View Post
    Strategy is good but requires a lot of experience in drawing trend lines manually. Similarly there r many ways to calculate support and trend levels. Good thing is once u know these things, strategy is pretty simple because u will only looking for breakouts. Fourth section is helpful where author himself mentions drawbacks and limitations of this strategy.
    Trading requires practice and new strategies really require a lot of practice. Practicing on demo is advised before adopting any strategy.
    Every single strategy is working only in some conditions and the responsibility of the trader is to find these conditions and properly manage the strategy activity otherwise even the best strategies out there could produce very poor results. So we have to devote more efforts on analyzing the strategies behaviour in the real market. It could be back tested but it is better to test the strategy live and check the obtained results are they according to the previously mentioned benchmarks.

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    Active Member pipshunter's Avatar
    Very nice strategy and well explained. It could be used in most for most of the assets if proper adaptation is done!

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    Legendry Member Michael Hodges's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by pipshunter View Post
    Very nice strategy and well explained. It could be used in most for most of the assets if proper adaptation is done!
    yeah, this should work in lots of different markets, especially those prone to speculation. As for drawing trendlines... it does take practice, I like to also use Fibonacci retracements, they can help confirm these lines ....or refute them ....

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