Collecting, Reviewing, and Testing Forex Trading Strategies for you: Simple, Intermediate, Scalping and Advanced.
|ID||Strategy||EA||Best Back Testing Results|
This simple strategy only uses one indicator: The Moving Average. It works well in trending markets, and simply involves buying or selling when prices cross over the MA.
USDJPY - 2014
|2||Triple Moving Average Crossover Strategy|
The standard moving crossover strategy is great, but can get traders into trouble when the market is ranging. Using a third MA helps us filter out those times when the market is whipsawing to and fro
GBPJPY - 2014
This is a multi-time frame strategy, using both the 5 minute and 1 hour charts. It uses the MA crossover to determine the trend direction, and the Bollinger Bands indicator to avoid trading when prices are overbought or oversold.
EURUSD - 2010
This strategy uses 3 pairs of moving averages to determine the short, medium, and long term trends. Follow the trend. Combined with the RSI, it avoids trading when the currency pair is overbought or oversold.
GBPJPY - 2016
|5||1 Hour Breakout Asian Open Strategy|
This strategy doesn't use any indicators. It's simple, and trades the breakout on the Asian session open using the 1 hour chart.
USDJPY - 2015
|6||Bollinger Bands Scalping|
A scalping strategy to take advantage of flat markets by using the Bollinger Bands volatility indicator.
EURUSD - Jan 2017
|7||Box Break Out Strategy|
A breakout strategy that doesn't require any indicators. Simply trade when price moves beyond the previous bar by 20%. Money Management is key here.
GBPUSD - 2016
|8||Coin Flip Strategy|
Flip a coin. BUY if it's heads. SELL if it's tails. After all, trading is almost like gambling. The key is money management.
When two highly correlated pairs temporarily move their separate ways, we can make some quick scalps, and wait for them to return.
|10||Double Cross Strategy|
Trades when the both MACD and Moving Averages cross within a few bars of each other. The 100 and 200 SMA are also used as a filter to reduce false signals. Low trading strategy.
AUDUSD - 2014 - 2016
|11||EMAs and ADX Strategy|
This strategy uses the classic moving average crossover, combined with the ADX indicator to measure the current trend strength. For weak trends, trading is avoided.
USDJPY - 2014
|12||GMMA – Guppy Multiple Moving Average|
Trend trading as described by the famous Daryl Guppy. Buy when the the lines of the long term traders, and long term traders are spread out, and there is a growing gap between the short and long term traders.
The Grid trading strategy takes advantage of the price movements of more volatile currency pairs. You make money everytime the currency pair moves 10 pips. The only catch is no stop loss.
|14||MA Crossover and Heiken Ashi Strategy|
Heiken Ashi candles, or 'average bar' in Japanese help predict trends. These combined with the MA crossover reduce false signals.
|15||MA Crossover with RSI Strategy|
The RSI is a momentum oscillator which measures velocity and magnitude of directional price moves. It helps identify instances of overbought and oversold conditions. When combined with the MA crossover, it can be a powerful tool to prevent over trading.
USDJPY - 2016
|16||MACD and Pin Bars Strategy|
|17||MACD Crossover Strategy|
|18||MACD Divergence Strategy|
|19||Moving Average Crossover Strategy|
The classic MA cross strategy: Buy at the golden cross, and sell at the death cross. One of the most widely used strategies.
EURUSD - 2015
|20||Moving Average Crossover with the Parabolic SAR Strategy|
EURUSD - 2016
|21||Pin Bars Scalping Strategy|
|22||Probability Trading Strategy|
If we placed a buy and sell trade at the same time, mathematically, 0% chance both will be in profit. 66% chance one is in profit and other is in loss. 33% chance both will be in a loss. Money manage both trades and statistically we will be in an overall profit.
|23||Stochastic Crossover Strategy|
We use two Stochastic Oscillators: fast and slow. Buy when the fast oscillator crosses upwards. Sell when the fast oscillator crosses downwards.
EURUSD - 2016
|24||Stochastic Indicator Strategy|
The stochastic indicator is an oscillator that measures overbought and oversold conditions in the market. It helps us determine where a trend might be ending.
EURUSD - 2016
|25||Follow The Experts|
Admit you're not the smartest person in the world. Follow the forex forecasts produced by a panel of independent traders. One or two may be wrong, but when most of the experts have the same opinion, it’s an obvious indication which direction the trend is going. Go with the trend.