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For traders looking for a trend following strategy, there is nothing better and simpler than using the moving average. One of the commonly used indicator, the moving averages form the basis for many different trend following strategies. In this trading strategy, we make use of the and 50 periods exponential moving average applied to the 4-hour charts. This strategy does not rely on the moving average cross over but rather enters the trend after it is established and exits on a quick profit.
This forms the main basis of our bias. Because the H4 chart interval closely follows the daily charts, trends are well reflected in this time frame. This moving average will be the key towards managing risks in our trade. If either of the conditions is met, we then wait for the following set up to appear:. The chart below illustrates how the sell trade set up is identified. The advantage of using this trading strategy can be summarized into the following:. John has over 8 years of experience specializing in the currency markets, tracking the macroeconomic and geopolitical developments shaping the financial markets.
John applies a mix of fundamental and technical analysis and has a special interest in inter-market analysis and global politics.
Indicators used and their purpose EMA applied to closing prices on the H4 charts: The chart below shows the set up for this strategy. Once the chart is set up, we look for the following criteria: Sell Criteria Price must be trading at or below the 50 EMA Price must make a low and then retrace back to make a high, contained within the and 50 EMA Using the horizontal line tool, mark the low point before retracement Once price breaks this low, wait until a new low is made and price starts to retrace again Place a sell order at the previous low with stops above the low at the most visible intermediary high Measure the distance of the high to the low and project the distance 1.
Price makes a new low at 0. So BE target would be Low or entry — distance 0. We now calculate the final target which is 0. Projecting this from the possible entry of 0.
We now place a sell order at the previous low of 0. In the above chart, price makes a high at 1. Stops are placed at the previous low as it is the only visible stop level that we can see. From entry, the projected target is 1. When price travels the same distance as the entry to the low price, the trade is moved to break even or closed partially, with the final target in place The advantage of using this trading strategy can be summarized into the following: Using the two moving averages and entering after the trend is established offers a low risk trading strategy The in-built risk management means that all the trades come with a minimum of 1: Trade set ups do not occur that frequently, so traders looking for make quick trades will find this as a disadvantage Sometimes, despite all the criteria being met, price does not retrace and continues to rally, which could result in a missed opportunity.
Impulsive traders will find such scenarios very tempting to jump into the trade, ignoring the rules Visited 13, times, visits today.
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