Stratoblaster Forex Pivot Points Strategy





BASIC RULES USING STRATOBLASTER FOREX TRADING FORMULA:

Observe the market behavior before trading. See if where the market came from or where it is going in relation to green or red CAM lines and SDX CHANNELS.
Use not more than 20 pips including spread if you enter at thetop og sdx line. Larger stop loss must be placed if you enter away from the bottom SDX.
See where price is within SDX lines and see if it has FORMED A V-TOP OR V-BOTTOM or bounced off top or bottom.
Wait until the price approach the H3 and L3 levels if the market opens between these levels. Enter trade whichever level the price hits.
  • If price FORMS V-TOP or bounces of top SDX LINE and in GREEN ZONE—GO SHORT.
  • If price FORMS V-BOTTOM or bounces up off bottom SDX line and in RED ZONE–GO LONG.
  • IF SDX LINES ARE TIGHT TOGETHER and PRICE STUCK between them wait for strong volume / Juice and break of SDX for DIRECTION.
  • If in GREEN ZONE –SHORT WITH VOLUME, and RED ZONE—LONG WITH VOLUME.
  • IF SDX LINES are very wide (50 or so Pips) from top to bottom.
  • Go long if price FORMS V-BOTTOM or bounces off bottom SDX line in RED ZONE and Short if price FORMS V-TOP or bounces off TOP SDX LINE if in GREEN Zone.

During breakouts:

  • When juices increase and if price goes ABOVE H4 go LONG and BELOW L4 go SHORT.
Move stop loss to break even if price moves 20 pips in yor direction.
Always look for bounce at SDX LINES TO EXIT!
EXIT ON 5 MIN CHART IF TRIGGER LINES CHANGE COLOR AND CROSS 12 EMA.
If LONG look for TRIGGER turn RED and cross 12 EMA and if SHORT look for TRIGGER to turn BLUE and CROSS 12 EMA

How to install Stratoblaster Forex Pivot Points Strategy?


  • Download Stratoblaster Forex Pivot Points Strategy.zip
  • Copy mq4 and ex4 files to your Metatrader Directory / experts / indicators /
  • Copy tpl file (Template) to your Metatrader Directory / templates /
  • Start or restart your Metatrader Client
  • Select Chart and Timeframe where you want to test your forex strategy
  • Right click on your trading chart and hover on “Template”
  • Move right to select Stratoblaster Forex Pivot Points Strategy
  • You will see Stratoblaster Forex Pivot Points Strategy is available on your Chart

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System Forex Pivot Point Strategy






This pivot strategy uses 5 minute timeframe and is applicable to major pairs.

Forex Indicator:

  • Pivot Points

Long Trades:

  • The currency price must trade in the vicinity of the oversold S1 or S2 support level.
  • Price isn’t able to close below S1 or S2 (otherwise skip the trade).
  • Wait for the price to be bullish in the vicinity of S1 or S2.
  • Now go long according to the bullish pattern’s trading rules and place stop accordingly.
  • Target Profit five pips before the Pivot level.

Short Trades:

  • The currency price must trade in the vicinity of the overbought R1 or R2 resistance level.
  • The price isn’t able to close above R1 or R2 (otherwise skip the trade).
  • Wait for the price to be bearish in the vicinity of R1 or R2.
  • Go short according to the bearish pattern’s trading rules and place stop accordingly.

How to install System Forex Pivot Point Strategy?


  • Download System Forex Pivot Point Strategy.zip
  • Copy mq4 and ex4 files to your Metatrader Directory / experts / indicators /
  • Copy tpl file (Template) to your Metatrader Directory / templates /
  • Start or restart your Metatrader Client
  • Select Chart and Timeframe where you want to test your forex strategy
  • Right click on your trading chart and hover on “Template”
  • Move right to select System Forex Pivot Point Strategy
  • You will see System Forex Pivot Point Strategy is available on your Chart

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Caramilla Equation Forex Pivot Points Strategy







This system produces 8 levels from yesterday’s open, high, low and close. There are 2 groups in this system and it is numbered 1 to 4. If is a broad symmetrical pattern formed by the 8 levels and the most important of it are the level 3 and 4.
Traders wait for the market to reverse if it hits on level 3 during that trade. usually
they open a position against the trend. and set their stop loss associated with level 4. Day Trading within level 3 enables you to capture all the wrinkles that intraday market movement throws up, and the Level 4 breakout plays allow the less experienced trader to capitalize on relatively low risk sharp powerful movements.


Forex Trading Strategies Installation Instructions

Caramilla Equation Forex Pivot Points Strategy is a combination of Metatrader 4 (MT4) indicator(s) and template.
The essence of this forex strategy is to transform the accumulated history data and trading signals.
Caramilla Equation Forex Pivot Points Strategy provides an opportunity to detect various peculiarities and patterns in price dynamics which are invisible to the naked eye.
Based on this information, traders can assume further price movement and adjust this strategy accordingly.

How to install Caramilla Equation Forex Pivot Points Strategy?


  • Download Caramilla Equation Forex Pivot Points Strategy.zip
  • Copy mq4 and ex4 files to your Metatrader Directory / experts / indicators /
  • Copy tpl file (Template) to your Metatrader Directory / templates /
  • Start or restart your Metatrader Client
  • Select Chart and Timeframe where you want to test your forex strategy
  • Right click on your trading chart and hover on “Template”
  • Move right to select Caramilla Equation Forex Pivot Points Strategy
  • You will see Caramilla Equation Forex Pivot Points Strategy is available on your Chart

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Heiken Ashi Trend Continuation Forex Strategy







The Heiken Ashi is a type of candlestick based chart. Just like the regular candlesticks, it too shows candles with wicks and bodies. But their similarities stop there.
Unlike the regular candlestick chart, the Heiken Ashi chart doesn’t show the direction of the candle, as well as the open, high, low, and close price. This is because the Heiken Ashi chart is based on a mathematical formula intended to give emphasis on the direction of the trend, rather than the candle itself. The color of the candles are based on the direction of the trend. Some, Heiken Ashi charts could show the high and low of the candle, while other variations, don’t.
Below is an example of a regular Heiken Ashi chart.





As you would notice, compared to a regular candlestick chart, trends on the Heiken Ashi chart are easier to identify due to the color of the candles.

The Heiken Ashi Smoothed Chart

Another variation of the Heiken Ashi chart is the Heiken Ashi Smoothed chart. Its mathematical formula differs from the regular Heiken Ashi chart, making the trends smoother. However, its setback is that it doesn’t show the actual highs and lows of the candlesticks.
Here is an example of the Heiken Ashi Smoothed chart.
As you would notice, trends are even more clearly defined. However, it is impossible to identify price action because there are no highs and lows shown on the chart. Its strength however is in showing the direction of the trend. Reversals tend to be more reliable with the Heiken Ashi Smoothed chart compared to the regular Heiken Ashi chart.
With this strategy, we will be maximizing the strength of the Heiken Ashi Smoothed chart, which is defining the direction of the short-term trend.

100 Exponential Moving Average (EMA) Filter

Since the strength of the Heiken Ashi Smoothed chart is on defining the short-term trend, we will need a moving average indicator to identify the long-term trend. For this we will be using the 100 Exponential Moving Average (EMA).

The Chart Layout

For our template, we will be layering the Heiken Ashi Smoothed chart and the regular candlestick chart. In a way, the Heiken Ashi Smoothed chart acts as a short-term trend indicator.
The chart should look something like what is shown below.


The Buy Setup – Entry, Stop Loss & Exit

Buy Entry Rules:
  • Price should be above the 100 EMA
  • Price is on an uptrend
  • Coming from a red Heiken Ashi Smoothed candle due to a retracement, enter on the first blue Heiken Ashi Smoothed candle, which signifies that the trend has resumed
Stop Loss: The stop loss should be placed a few pips below the swing low formed on the retracement.
Trailing Stop Loss: As soon as price is at 1:1 risk reward ratio, the stop loss should be trailed a few pips below the Heiken Ashi Smoothed candles until the trade is stopped out in profit.

The Sell Setup – Entry, Stop Loss & Exit

Sell Entry Rules:
  • Price should be below the 100 EMA
  • Price is on a downtrend
  • Coming from a blue Heiken Ashi Smoothed candle due to a retracement, enter on the first red Heiken Ashi Smoothed candle, which signifies that the trend has resumed
Stop Loss: The stop loss should be placed a few pips above the swing high formed on the retracement.
Trailing Stop Loss: As soon as price is at 1:1 risk reward ratio, the stop loss should be trailed a few pips above the Heiken Ashi Smoothed candles until the trade is stopped out in profit.

Conclusion

This strategy’s strength is in the fact that it is a trend continuation strategy. Not only that it is a trend continuation strategy, both the long-term and the short-term trends are in confluence. Having the 100 EMA and the Heiken Ashi Smoothed in confluence increases the reliability of the strategy.
Another strength that this strategy has is its tendency to catch the whole short-term move because of the trailing stop. By doing this, the risk reward ratio improves, which also increases the trading edge.
However, it should be noted that the stop loss should not be trailed immediately until the profit is at 1:1. This is because since the stop loss is being trailed near the Heiken Ashi Smoothed, there is a tendency that the stop loss could be prematurely hit.
Overall, this strategy is one of those that has a clear trading edge due to the high probability of success per trade and the high risk reward ratio.

How to install Heiken Ashi Trend Continuation Forex Strategy?


  • Download Heiken Ashi Trend Continuation Forex Strategy.zip
  • Copy mq4 and ex4 files to your Metatrader Directory / experts / indicators /
  • Copy tpl file (Template) to your Metatrader Directory / templates /
  • Start or restart your Metatrader Client
  • Select Chart and Timeframe where you want to test your forex system
  • Right click on your trading chart and hover on “Template”
  • Move right to select Heiken Ashi Trend Continuation Forex Strategy
  • You will see Heiken Ashi Trend Continuation Forex Strategy is available on your Chart

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Asian Box Forex Scalping Strategy







The three largest trading exchanges are in London, New York and Tokyo. London is the largest, followed by New York, and then Tokyo.
Though Tokyo session could be considered quiet compared to the other two markets, it has a unique characteristic that tends to set the direction for the whole of the Asian session. An hour prior to the Asian session, no other big markets are open for trading. The US market just closed and London is closed until later in the day. Because of this, only a few securities, commodities, and trade transactions are done during that small window of time. This lack of direction an hour prior to the open causes a jolt to the Asian market as Tokyo wakes up and starts its trading day. Some pending orders that were not filled the prior day gets filled.
Trade related foreign exchange transactions that were not processed gets processed. Western traders wanting some of the Asian stock exchange action buys their yen. These and all other foreign exchange related transactions that were put on hold since the close of yesterday’s session causes a slight jolt on the USD/JPY pair.
The idea behind this strategy is to cash in on that slight jolt. A few pips a day, but with big positions, that might bump the trading account a little.

The Asian Box

The idea here is to create a 1-hour box prior to the open of the Tokyo trading session. We will be marking the start and end of that hour. Then, from their we will be marking the high and the low of that time window. That should make a box with the high and the low marked as the edge of the box.
It is important to note that there would be differences in the time displayed on the MT4 platform since it will be based on the server’s time zone. Try to identify what time zone your broker’s server is in, then try to find out what time is the equivalent of the Tokyo session open. Tokyo Stock Exchange opens 9AM their time. This means you will need to box their 8AM – 9AM. It is better to do this on the lower time frames to make the highs and lows more visible.
This is what it should look like on the 5-minute chart

The three largest trading exchanges are in London, New York and Tokyo. London is the largest, followed by New York, and then Tokyo.
Though Tokyo session could be considered quiet compared to the other two markets, it has a unique characteristic that tends to set the direction for the whole of the Asian session. An hour prior to the Asian session, no other big markets are open for trading. The US market just closed and London is closed until later in the day. Because of this, only a few securities, commodities, and trade transactions are done during that small window of time. This lack of direction an hour prior to the open causes a jolt to the Asian market as Tokyo wakes up and starts its trading day. Some pending orders that were not filled the prior day gets filled.
Trade related foreign exchange transactions that were not processed gets processed. Western traders wanting some of the Asian stock exchange action buys their yen. These and all other foreign exchange related transactions that were put on hold since the close of yesterday’s session causes a slight jolt on the USD/JPY pair.
The idea behind this strategy is to cash in on that slight jolt. A few pips a day, but with big positions, that might bump the trading account a little.

The Asian Box

The idea here is to create a 1-hour box prior to the open of the Tokyo trading session. We will be marking the start and end of that hour. Then, from their we will be marking the high and the low of that time window. That should make a box with the high and the low marked as the edge of the box.
It is important to note that there would be differences in the time displayed on the MT4 platform since it will be based on the server’s time zone. Try to identify what time zone your broker’s server is in, then try to find out what time is the equivalent of the Tokyo session open. Tokyo Stock Exchange opens 9AM their time. This means you will need to box their 8AM – 9AM. It is better to do this on the lower time frames to make the highs and lows more visible.
This is what it should look like on the 5-minute chart

The Straddle Strategy

So, you have a box. Now what? How do we trade this? Because the hour prior to the open is quiet, you wouldn’t know which direction the Asian market is gonna take. However, what you know is that it is gonna move. So, you put pending orders both ways.
The straddle strategy is when you are putting two pending stop orders with price sandwiched in between. This is why it is called straddle. To do this, you will be putting a pending buy stop order at the high of the box, and a sell stop order at the low of the box. This way, either way price would go, your order will be filled, as soon as price breaks out of the box.
The stop loss should then be placed on the opposite side of the box. The stop loss for the buy stop order should be placed at the low of the box. And the stop loss for the sell stop order should be placed at the high of the box.
However, there will be many instances wherein the breakout would turn out to be a fake-out. Price could punch through the high or low with a strong candle and then creep back in the box to go the opposite direction. What we will be cashing in is that strong candle that breaks out of the box. For this reason, we won’t be aiming for a high target, instead we will just be aiming for five pips. That five pips target is pretty much easy to achieve.
This is an example of a straddle strategy with the sell stop order being filled.

Notice how the spike occurred a few minutes after the opening of the Tokyo session. The spike did fill the sell stop order on the first candle after the breakout and dropped some more before creating a structure below.

Conclusion

This strategy is a high probability strategy because of the big moves that occur during the open of the Tokyo session and the low target set for the take profit. But it is not perfect. There are times when the spike just barely misses the take profit target before going the other direction, or worse just barely fills the buy stop order before going the other direction towards the stop loss.
Another weakness is the size of the stop losses. Straddle strategies usually use the opposite entry as the stop loss. Because the straddle is based on an hour’s high and low, the stop losses are wide. Often, the risk-reward ratio for this strategy is less than 1:1. However, its high win rate ratio covers up for this low risk-reward ratio. What this strategy is banking on is the high probability that the take profits will be filled due to the spikes. Use this strategy with a sound money management system and you might be growing your account.

High Probability Gartley Pattern Forex Trading Strategy







Pattern traders are one of the more successful traders in the forex world. Coupled with a good money management system, many have seen their accounts grow steadily. Its strength is in its simplicity. With pattern trading, traders could easily identify basic shapes, which would indicate an opportunity for a trade.
Fibonacci based strategies are also one of the most effective strategies traders could use. Many traders using Fibonacci based strategies have also grown their accounts exponentially. Its strength is accuracy. This is because Fibonacci strategies are based on fixed ratios, which are proven time and again to have a very high probability.
What if we could combine the two types of strategies into one? What if we could have a pattern based strategy that has the Fibonacci retracements incorporated in its system? Harmonic Patterns! This is what you would be needing.

About Gartley Price Patterns

Harmonic Price Patterns are patterns used in trading which incorporates the Fibonacci ratios into its system. Price usually moves in a series of retracements, extensions and reversals, as a result of the crowd’s psychology. Fear and greed causes traders to judge price to be cheap or expensive, thus causing oscillation on the chart. These oscillations in turn forms recurring patterns, since people’s trading habits, usually recur. Thus, the price patterns emerge. On the other hand, Fibonacci ratios have been proven to be a relatively accurate measurement of price retracements and extensions. These accurate retracements and extensions also has recurring price patterns, known as Harmonic Price Patterns.
Harmonic Price Patterns are so accurate because of its use of precise turning points based on Fibonacci Ratios. Some even claim that Harmonic Price Patterns are 60% – 90% accurate.
One of the more popular price patterns is the Gartley Pattern. Below are pictures of how the ideal bullish and bearish Gartley Pattern should look like.

Gartley Pattern Examples

While, the strength of the Gartley Pattern lies in its accuracy, it also has become its weakness. Because of its accuracy, looking for precise Gartley Patterns with the naked eye is near impossible, you would be needing superhuman abilities to do such a feat. Good thing we have technology on our side. Indicators that specifically look for Gartley PattHowever, the Gartley Pattern is a pattern that predicts a strong thrust in price. It specifically predicts that the price would thrust towards the 1.618 ratio of the XA leg. It is only logical that we also base our final take profit on this assumption. For this reason, we will be placing our Final Take Profit a few pips below the 1.618 ratio of leg XA.erns are already available in the market.
Now that we have all that we need, let’s dive in to how we should be trading the Gartley Pattern.

The Entry

Once a Gartley Pattern is about to be formed, our indicator forms a box at the area where price is supposed to reverse to create the D-E thrust. As soon, as the pattern is formed, we enter the market at the candle where the pattern is finally formed.

The Stop Loss

One of the strengths of the Gartley Pattern is that it allows the trader to use tight Stop Losses. Since, the Gartley Pattern is said to have precise turning points, we could assume that once price turns at those exact areas, it would already be heading our direction most of the time.
For this reason, we will be putting our stop loss just a few pips below the signal candle.


The Take Profit

Since the Gartley Pattern is formed by a series of retracements and extensions, it is natural that the pattern would also be forming minor highs or lows, or peaks and valleys. These highs and lows are natural supports and resistances that other traders also look at as a point of reference for where price could turn. For this reason we will be placing our initial Take Profits on these highs or lows. The advantage of using the Gartley Pattern is that these highs or lows are specific turning points in the pattern, point A and C. With that said, our first Take Profit would be on Point C and our second Take Profit would be on Point A.

However, the Gartley Pattern is a pattern that predicts a strong thrust in price. It specifically predicts that the price would thrust towards the 1.618 ratio of the XA leg. It is only logical that we also base our final take profit on this assumption. For this reason, we will be placing our Final Take Profit a few pips below the 1.618 ratio of leg XA.

However, it is recommended that as soon as take profit 2 is hit, trailing stop-losses should be applied, since sometimes price does reverse and the Gartley Pattern’s thrust isn’t fully completed.

Conclusion

Harmonic Patterns are the most accurate set of patterns in trading. The Gartley Pattern however, is said to be one of the most accurate patterns among the Harmonic Price Patterns. This is the strength of the Gartley Pattern – accuracy. If you want a system that is accurate, then trading the Gartley Pattern might be for you.
Another advantage of the Gartley Pattern is its tight stop losses. Because of its precise turning points, we have the liberty to set tight stop losses, which contributes to a healthy risk-reward ratio.
Finally, since the Gartley Pattern predicts an extension of 1.618 Fibonacci ratio, we are given the luxury to earn a great amount of pips, while risking just a few on a tight stop loss.
Trading the Gartley Pattern is one those systems where the odds are stacked in your favor. Couple it with a great money management system and you will be on your way to a steady increase in your account.

How to install High Probability Gartley Pattern Forex Trading Strategy?


  • Download High Probability Gartley Pattern Forex Trading Strategy.zip
  • Copy mq4 and ex4 files to your Metatrader Directory / experts / indicators /
  • Copy tpl file (Template) to your Metatrader Directory / templates /
  • Start or restart your Metatrader Client
  • Select Chart and Timeframe where you want to test your forex system
  • Right click on your trading chart and hover on “Template”
  • Move right to select High Probability Gartley Pattern Forex Trading Strategy
  • You will see High Probability Gartley Pattern Forex Trading Strategy is available on your Chart

Click here below to download:










Simple Forex Pin Bar Scalping Strategy








Scalping is one of the toughest yet most rewarding skill a forex trader can have. Many seasoned traders would advise not to start scalping until you are used to trading on the longer timeframes. This is because scalping involves a whole lot of concentration, quick thinking, a trained eye, and ultra-fast decision making. It involves sitting in front of your computer until you see a trade coming.
However, it is still rewarding and is very profitable because the scalper could cash-in on those tiny fluctuations of price going back and forth. A swing trader may look at a chart and say a currency moved 120 pips on that day, but to the scalper, it moved 300-400 pips that day going back and forth before ending the day. And to him, he could have made money on those many little fluctuations. The more price moves, the more chances he gets to earn from those tiny moves. A few pips every now and then could rack up to a big amount at the end of the day.
Another thing that scalpers do is that they could rack-up their position sizes due to the fact that they are only risking a few pips. Risking 1% of your equity on 10 pips stop loss would mean that you could increase your position size as compared to risking 1% of your equity on 50 pips stop loss. This allows the trader to leverage more on those small trades and earn big on tiny price fluctuations.
You could hear stories of forex traders gaining 30%, 50%, even a 100% profit in a few months just by doing scalping. And yes, there are many who can do it. But, just to warn you, many also burned their accounts by being undisciplined doing scalping. These are those who trade with emotions and do not follow their rules. They are like machine gunners shooting everything in their path, taking every trade they see, even if it doesn’t fit their rules. Trading should be like sniping, waiting for the perfect trade at the perfect time, and taking the shot without hesitation when the opportunity presents itself.
Now that you’ve been fairly warned, let’s dive straight into how we can trade Pin Bars for scalping.

What is a Pin Bar?

Before we go trading Pin Bars, we should first know what it is. We can’t trade what we can’t identify, and we can’t identify what we don’t know. So, what is a Pin Bar? Pin Bars are candle sticks that look like pins, because they have a smaller body compared to their wicks. A textbook definition would be a candle whose wick is more than twice the size of the body. The samples below are examples of candles that would pass as a Pin Bar.
These are Bullish Pin Bars. If you see those upside down, it would be Bearish Pin Bars.
Now, what is the significance of Pin Bars? Pin Bars, are one of the strongest and most reliable reversal candles that could easily be spotted on a chart. This is because wicks signify rejection of prices. If you see a long wick at the bottom of a candle, it means that price at the bottom is being rejected by the market, thus a bullish trend may occur, and vice versa.

The Time Frame

Since we are trying to do scalping, we will be trading on the 5-minute chart. 1-minute and 3-minute charts could still be done but you would be facing algorithmic robots on that space, who could think and decide in a split second. It could also be done on the 15-minute chart but that is somehow bordering towards day-trading, which is also a very viable and profitable option.

The Entry

Now, to trade Pin Bars, we should know where to be looking for it and what direction we should be looking for. Remember, Pin Bars are reversal candles, so we should be looking for Pin Bars that are going the opposite way versus the trend.
Also, we should be strict with our rules when it comes to identifying Pin Bars. We would only trade candles with wicks that are twice the size of their bodies and whose bodies are near the edge of the candle. Apart from that, it wouldn’t be considered as a Pin Bar, and we wouldn’t trade it.

The Stop Loss

The Stop-Loss would be a few pips from the bottom of the Pin Bar if it is a bullish trade setup, or a few pips above if it is a bearish trade setup.

Take Profit & Manual Close on Profit

Our Take Profits would be the fractals or recent higher-highs and lower-lows of previous price action. This is because these are natural horizontal supports and resistances, where price either dropped or shot-up from. If there are multiple reasonable Take Profit targets on the chart, then we could do multiple Take Profits. If none, then we could have just a single Take Profit.
Also, if the Take Profit target is too high, there will be times wherein price would not hit the Take Profit right away. To go around this, we could make it part of our rules to manually close the trade if we see reversal candles or price action.
On this trade, we would see a Bullish Pin Bar right at the bottom. It does fit our rules, so we could trade this setup. The Take Profit Target though is quite high, so we would have to be cautious on this trade. As soon as we saw the bearish reversal candle, we should manually close as per our rules. And it did start to flounder a little bit from there. But if you decided to hold the trade, you would have also gained a lot more pips, since the Take Profit target was hit.
Just a few hours after our previous trading opportunity on the same currency pair, we spot another trading setup. This one is a Bearish Pin Bar setup. On this setup, we could have three Take Profit targets, which allows us to gradually cash-in and ensure that we are in profit on this trade. However, we could also see that the trade went smoothly enough, pushing through our first Take Profit, then having a little bounce on the second Take Profit, before bouncing off our final Take Profit.

Conclusion

Pin Bar trading is one of the easiest ways to trade, even as a beginner it could easily be done. Doing it as a scalping strategy though would make it a little tougher, since you would have to decide a tad quicker than the usual. Also, these 2 opportunities are just a few hours apart. In a single chart, you could have 2-5 trading opportunities a day per currency. Take note, you will not be looking at just one currency. You could trade up to 25 different currency pairs just by using the major currencies and the more popular ones. So, opportunity is always present every day if you are doing scalping. But make sure to check the spreads of the currencies, since scalping would require tight spreads.
It is up to you to decide if you’d like to give it a try. Who knows, scalping might be for you.


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