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So, here are the basic principles of the “Trading chaos”:1. You enter the market in several steps. Take the first one once a reversal bar has formed. There are two kinds of reversal bars: the bullish buy-signal bar and the bearish sell-signal bar. The first one opens below the low of the previous bar and the closing price is in the upper half of the bar. The bearish reversal bar has a higher high than the previous one and closes in its lower range. Remember that for the first entry there should be angulation, which is the angle between the price bars and the Alligator lines. Enter with the minimum lot size.2. If you have already made profit after the first entry and see the Awesome Oscillator (AO) indicator change its color, you can enter with a double or triple lot size. The author of the strategy calls it “The Second Wise Man” signal, which appears when the third AO bar, turns green.3. There are some additional AO and AC signals, which can be used as indicators to enter the market only if the first two entries are profitable. For instance, you can enter by the first green AO bar above zero or by the third green AC bar.4. The price moving towards the fract…
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Very good !

killer195175_reborn avatar

good start. Write more words. explain in detail. And yes good approach for markets.

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dukfxx 9 Mar.

great work :)

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UnforAmon 10 Mar.

very nice)

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olenka2517 16 Mar.

very good

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Stability in Chaos of EUR/USD Introduction FX markets are inherently unstable. Statisticians often say there are no stationary processes within the market – it is all random. Well, not so much. There are a few things stable in the sea of instability: Instability itself – which is great as this provides the opportunity to profitLiquidity Gaps – those are sharp movements down or up the price Let’s first look at what the liquidity gaps are in my definition and in my quantitative research. Liquidity gaps are sharp movements up or down the price on EUR/USD as is seen on a 10-minute timeframe. Sharp movements are one-directional movements larger than 11 pips in spread (absolute difference between Open Price and Close Price on a 10-minute price bar) with Open Price and Close Price deviating not more than 3 pips from the respective High and Low of the same bar. Visually, the liquidity gaps on a 10-minute time frame on EUR/USD will look similar to this: Image 1: Regular Mid-Size Liquidity Gap on Regular Trading Volume Without News Now the interesting fact is: 95% of those gaps (excluding news and extreme volume) will close within 3 trading days. The research has been based exclusive…
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SpecialFX 29 Jan.

Very interesting study, but what kind of stop-loss do you use with such a strategy? It must be pretty wide, if you are expecting the price to eventually reverse within 3 days? :)

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Vasyl 29 Jan.

thanks quadro

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Vasyl 29 Jan.

SpecialFX - that is what I mean - if you do trend following on big volume, it is less risky. And deciding when to short - is something I would like to improve myself - definitely too dangerous on high leverage. Right now the short one is to 1.3175 from 1.3460, so the liquidity drawdown is around 300 pip

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imaddima 20 Mar.

very good article

MuhammadAdil avatar

I learned this approach a few days back from a webinar recording of Chris Lori. Nobrainertrades also described this theory very well. Nice article. I think this approach of liquidity gap trading should be talked about more on how to trade this phenomenon of market.

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