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Professional Trend Strategy

Trade in the same direction of a trend will reduce risk and increase your profit potential! That is why we have developed this trend strategy. This Strategy works for any market and timeframe!

We recommend using proper risk and money management such as position sizing, stop losses, etc.

Simple and Profitable Trend Strategy

Strategy Idea

  • Settings explained apply to Long & Short!

This strategy aims to find retracements in a trend with the use of our Breakout-Trend-Scalping indicator combined with Trend Stability.

Trend Stability with the Long-term setting serves as a trend filter. This helps us to only take trades with the trend.

Breakout-Trend-Scalping with the standard-setting helps us to identify retracements.

This strategy is one of many, use it as we have explained it or see it as inspiration.

Indicators Needed

  • Breakout & Trend & Scalping (Expo)
  • Trend Stability (Expo)

 

Breakout & Trend & Scalping Setting

  • Standard settings are used for this strategy!

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We have added some variations of settings that can be used (See pictures below). Otherwise, we recommend using the standard-setting. 

Setting Variation 1: Set the “Trend Mode” to MediumTerm. You will identify more retracements.

Setting Variation 2: Set the “Trend Mode” to ShortTerm. You will identify scalping retracements. This setting requires that you use other methods to confirm the entries!

Setting Variation 3: Set the “Trend Mode” to MediumTerm & Enable “Enable ATR Upper & Lower boundary”. You will identify scalping retracements. This setting requires that you use other methods to confirm the entries!

Setting Variation 4: Set the “Trend Mode” to LongTerm or MediumTerm & Set “ATR Length to 0”. You will identify Scalping retracements and Trend Reversals. This is our favorite setting! 

Trend Stability Settings

1) Make sure to use “LongTerm” settings.

Leave all other settings to default.

Style Settings: You can hide the bar coloring in the “Style menu”

 

With the settings above your chart should look like this!

Simple and Profitable Trend Strategy

Entry/Exits & Target/Stop Loss

Long Entry

The Entry condition is a combination of BTS and we use Trend Stability to filter the Trend.

 

Enter Long

Enter Long: when Trend Stability Line is Green and above the value 80. Enter Long when BTS Line crosses under the value 0.

Short Entry

The Entry condition is a combination of BTS and we use Trend Stability to filter the Trend.

Enter Short

Enter Short: when Trend Stability Line is Red and below the value 20. Enter Short when BTS Line crosses over the value 1.

Exit and Stop Loss

We recommend exiting your positions in 2 steps, first, we bank some profit when BTS Lines crosses the Mid Value (0.5) and make a full exit when the BTS Line crosses over/under value 1/0. (Or at the SL).

See the examples trades below to understand the Exit and Stop loss

  • Take Profit Long – When BTS Line crosses over the Mid Line (0.5)
  • Take Profit Short – When BTS Line crosses under the Mid Line (0.5)

 

  • Exit Long – When BTS Line crosses over value 1.
  • Exit Short – When BTS Line crosses under value 0.

 

  • Long Stop-loss – When Trend Stability turns red.
  • Short Stop-loss – When Trend Stability turns green.

    Example: Long 

      Example: Short 

        Example: Long Trades

          Example: ShortTrades

            We hope that you gonna find this strategy valuable! If you have any questions or suggestions on how to make it even better please let us know!

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