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When I load the dll OFA.EPAdll and OFAALGO.dll in "References" I get the following message:
Unexpected Error reading file metadata 'c: \ Users \ User \ Documents \ NinjaTrader 7 \ bin \ Custom \ NinjaTrader.OFA.EPA.dll' - '. Invalid public assembly Key' CS0008 - click for info 0 0

I am unable to load the OfaAlgo the Chart Trader. Any suggestion?

he strategy seeks to identify a new trend on the currency pair. It is best deployed on the hourly chart. This strategy is a short term strategy which is good for intraday trading.
Indicators Used:
The indicators deployed for this strategy are:
The Stochastics oscillator set to 5,3,3. The indicator is modified by adding a line at the 50 mark. This is what will be used.
The Parabolic SAR indicator
The Strategy
So how is this strategy setup? This strategy involves the use of the Parabolic SAR indicator to pick out the trend and using the Stochastics oscillator as the confirmation for the trade. This is because the 50 mark is the halfway point of the momentum oscillator. A Stochastics value between the oversold level and the 50 mark is deemed to be bullish while a Stochastics value between the overbought level and the 50 mark is deemed to be bearish.
Multiple time period analysis must be used to pick the trend direction from the daily chart as well as the 4hr chart. This provides the direction for the trade on the hourly chart.
Check the trend on the daily chart. Thereafter, step down to the 4 hour chart and see if it also confirms the trend on the daily chart. If it does, open the hourly chart and check to see where the Stochastics lines are in relation to the 50 mark.
The entry is made based on the crossing of the lines above or below the 50 point, as well as the position of the Parabolic SAR indicator.
1) Long Entry
A long entry should be made in the following circumstances:
Trend is on the upside when checked on the daily and 4 hour charts.
Stochastics oscillator lines cross below the 50 line, showing that asset still has upside momentum. The closer the cross point is to the oversold region, the more room the trade has to move in the trader’s favour.
Parabolic SAR indicator signal is bullish. Open the long trade at the open of the next candle.

On this chart, we can see that the Stochastics oscillator has performed a cross below the 50 mark while the Parabolic SAR indicator was showing a bullish signal. Usually the cross occurs a candle before the Parabolic SAR starts to show the bullish signal. The trade is therefore opened on the candle where the Parabolic SAR indicator shows a bullish signal (the candle on the first or 2nd dot is ok for entry).
Stop Loss
Place the stop loss a few pips below a recent support level such as the recent candle low.
Take Profit
The TP point should be set 50 pips. However, another way of taking profits may be to wait for the Stochastics oscillator to reach overbought levels before taking profits.
2) Short Entry
A short trade is performed when a downward trend is seen first on the daily, chart, and then on the  4 hour charts. Once this has been confirmed, the trade is setup as follows:
a) The lines of the Stochastics oscillator should cross above the 50 mark. The closer the cross is to the overbought area, the more room the trade will have to move into profit.
b) Once the Parabolic SAR dots appear above the candlesticks (bearish signal), the trader should enter short on the open of the next candle.

The short trade setup is shown in this snapshot above. Here, we can see that the trade entry sets itself up very well and the currency pair moved quite well too before it headed into oversold territory. This is where the trader can set the trade exit.
Stop Loss
The trader should set the stop loss a few pips above a recent candle high.
Take Profit
The Take Profit can either be set at a fixed value of 50 pips or can be set at the area where the Stochastics oscillator is at the oversold area as displayed on the chart.
The extremely short term nature of this trade means that the trader must observe this trade continuously from start to end. The trade entry must be practiced thoroughly on a demo account because this is where most traders miss it. Once the trade entry technique has been mastered, the placement of the exit point for the trade comes easily.

RSI Extreme System is a price action trend-reversal system for intraday trading.
This system can also be applied to trading with binary options high/low.
The main feature of this system is to enter the market, on the extreme highs of the indicators in use: RSI, TMA Bands and Zee Zee I.
Time Frame 5min 15 min o 30 min.
Financial markets: any.
Expiry time for binary options (4- 6 candles).
time frame 5 min expiry time 6-8 candles,
time frame 15 min expiry time 5 candles,
time frame 30 min expiry time 4 candles.

Metatrader Indicators:
Zee Zee I. ( 34 period);
TMA Bands ( Upper and Lower);
RSI Extreme (setting time frame 5 min 21 period , time frame 15 min 14 period, time frame 30 min 11 period).
Remember to change the setting of RSI, when changes timeframe !!!
The default template is for 5 min.

Trading rules RSI Extreme System

The arrow buy of the RSI extreme in a lower bands, (the candle of the arrow must close or close touch after the black band).
The Zee Zee I is in oversold area with blue line.

The arrow sell of the RSI extreme in a upper bands, (the candle of the arrow must close or close touch after the black band).
The Zee Zee I is in overbougth area with red line.

Note only for 5 min time frame the price must close after the black band.
Exit position
Make profit at the middle band or with predefined profit target with ratio stop loss 1:13. Place initial stop loss 5 pips above/below the bands.
Expect a relationship win / loss> 62%.
In the pictures RSI Extreme System in action.

RSI Extreme System in action 5 min time frame



By now, you know how to determine the trend by plotting on some moving averages on your charts. You should also know that moving averages can help you determine when a trend is about to end and reverse.

All you have to do is plop on a couple of moving averages on your chart, and wait for a crossover. If the moving averages cross over one another, it could signal that the trend is about to change soon, thereby giving you the chance to get a better entry. By having a better entry, you have the chance to bag mo’ pips!

If Allen Iverson made a living by having a killer crossover move, why can’t you?

Moving Average Crossovers

Let’s take another look at that daily chart of USD/JPY to help explain moving average crossover trading.

Moving average crossovers can signal change in trend

From around April to July, the pair was in a nice uptrend. It topped out at around 124.00, before slowly heading down. In the middle of July, we see that the 10 SMA crossed below the 20 SMA.

And what happened next?

A nice downtrend!

If you had shorted at the crossover of the moving averages you would have made yourself almost a thousand pips!

Of course, not every trade will be a thousand-pip winner, a hundred-pip winner, or even a 10-pip winner.

It could be a loser, which means you have to consider things like where to place your stop loss or when to take profits. You just can’t jump in without a plan!

What some traders do is that they close out their position once a new crossover has been made or once price has moved against the position a predetermined amount of pips.

This is what Huck does in her HLHB system. She either exits when a new crossover has been made, but also has a 150-pip stop loss just in case.

The reason for this is you just don’t know when the next crossover will be. You may end up hurting yourself if you wait too long!

One thing to take note of with a crossover system is that while they work beautifully in a volatile and/or trending environment, they don’t work so well when price is ranging.

You will get hit with tons of crossover signals and you could find yourself getting stopped out multiple times before you catch a trend again.

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