Strategies

Strategies

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This post looks at three real and proven strategies that you can use to trade Japanese yen. Yen has some unique attributes that set it apart from other currencies.

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When you start trading, one of the things you’ll want to decide on is what kind of strategy you’ll be using.

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If you find yourself repeating the same trades day-in and day-out – and a lot of active traders do this at some point – you may be left searching for more. If these repetitive trades are consistently losing you money or just breaking even, why then wouldn’t you want to search for strategies with better outcomes?

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This strategy works by detecting breakouts in EURUSD at times when volume is increasing sharply. Usually this coincides with the open of London markets.

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You may have seen there are countless articles on the web declaring engulfing strategies are a sure bet and offer high probability trade opportunities. But does this approach really work? In this article I will do a thorough analysis of the data to prove if this method really stacks up.

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The classic way to trade the Keltner channel is to enter the market as the price breaks above or below the channel. This is simple crossover and is a typical breakout strategy.

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This momentum strategy is very straightforward. All you need is the Bollinger bands indicator and to do some basic checking of chart candles. It trades on chart patterns that display signs of pending momentum – that is upward or downward acceleration in price.

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All serious money managers know that the smart money is made not when the market is stable but when the market goes through a sudden state of change. Take for example, the end of a bull run or the imploding of an asset bubble.

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What I describe here is a decision based trading system that trades on inputs from several chart indicators. This strategy learns the “relative reliability” of any indicator input from experience.

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In highly volatile and uncertain markets that we are seeing of late, stop losses cannot always be relied on to protect downside risk. This is where risk defined trades come in.