Strategies

Strategies

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A fading strategy bets against any move that takes the price out of a normal range. Another way of putting it is that fading is a bet on mean reversion.

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The forward collar is a trade-off strategy where you give up some gains to limit losses. It's useful if you expect an asset to stay range bound.

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Price bounces can be triggered by contact with any kind of support and resistance area. This can be a daily pivot line, a horizontal price support, a moving average line, or a Bollinger band line to name just a few.

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Elder’s triple screen was first used as a stock trading strategy but it’s widely used in forex and other markets as well. It is essentially a trend following system.

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Perhaps one of the simplest trading strategies of all is that of the moving average crossover. Simple and exponential crossover strategies have a wide...

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Understanding how trends form is obviously vital if you want to time entry and exit points for buying and selling. This makes Elliott theory an interesting model.

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A squeeze is where the market is moved to an extreme value in a short space of time. These moves are often temporary, and so they can create some good trading opportunities for turning a quick profit.

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The basic aim of “the turtle” is to enter trends at the early stages - it uses range breakouts to time these entries.

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In the early 1980’s an experiment took place to find out if it is possible or not to take a bunch of ordinary people off the street and turn them into trading moguls.

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How ever bad a situation may seem, in nearly every case a losing trade can be recovered and even turned into a winner. This is true if you are prepared to take some action and some additional risk.