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1. Abstract:
I know there are tons of information out there about the tool Fibonacci levels on any charting package of trading systems.
Also, I am quite sure you can perform a very well analysis using it to find key levels or confluence areas and so on.
But, I want to show you a simple way to approach the market using a sequence of combinations called internal points or levels.
This internal levels was developed by a Russian trader called Viktor.
Also, he has released a book about it, but I am not going to tell you about this book because is not an advertisement of him or his book.
The main point of this levels are four, called internal point 1, 2,3 and 4.
As average this strategy aims for a risk to reward ratio of 2:1, so is conservative approach.
2. Development:
The basic to start my explication will need to set this:
  • Check any pair on any time frame, I will use H1
  • Plot a line or candle bar, for me I will user the common bar.
  • Identify the main trend, the basic by visual recognition.
  • Locate the recent swing high and swing low.
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drferre 12 Sep.

good article!

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RahmanSL 19 Sep.

Another good trading strategy

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Gomez 12 Aug.

Thank you for this!  I have since obtained Pershikov's artilce on the subject.  Great strategy for entering potential "C" wave with good risk ratio.

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1. Abstract.
There are many important aspects of daily trading and one of those is to manage our positions property after and before to pull the trigger.
This can help to increase our win ratio even having some bad trades at the end of the day.
We can do this by own experience or using tools made by financial institutions who release it to their customers with the main goal to help us to improve our results.
This kind of tools goes from a simple position calculator to the most complex report to make investment decisions.
Today I want to talk about of few calculation tools and how important these are, also the experience on each of them.
This information will be useful to novice traders because starting in this kind of business is best to understand the basis, so if we have ways to gain time why not to use those well-designed tools.
2. Development.
2.1 Forex Calculator
The below Forex calculator has located here [Forex calculator], the basis is to help us to get the best position size.
To use this tool, we only need to select few parameters or options. By default on rollover, policy is marked as advanced.
By default on rollover, policy is marked as advanced, but in terms of contest t…
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zarina 19 Feb.

полезная статья !

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well written! 

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FXRabbit 23 Feb.

Good effort!

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Trading is not easy, it requires a lot of effort and attention to detail. As a trader you constantly have to work on your game and make sure you don’t stand still. On top of that, the financial markets move in ways that challenge your emotions, your instincts and trick you into making false decisions.
Trading Plan
A trading plan is a structured way of analyzing individual instruments. Ideally, over the weekend, you create a trading plan for each instrument that you trade, you perform a thorough analysis, observe price action and indicators, note down important price levels and map out potential trade scenarios. Then, during your trading week you simply wait for price to meet the criteria in your trading plan.
A trading plan is the tool that provides guidance and structure. It adds clarity to your trading routine and it helps you avoid making bad trading decisions through pre-planning your trades.
The watchlist is similar to the trading plan but it condenses all your information and makes it easily accessible. The watchlist is a list of all the instruments that you are following and that show a promising price movement. The watchlist helps you stay on top of your trading…
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brilliant 24 Nov.

useful methodology

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Bidza 25 Nov.

Well presented

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This article is an integration of the first release where I explained in deep detail all functionality and usage about the simple widget "One Click Hide-Show":
I made an important improvement to the actual code and already fixed some bug since the first release. In case you missed it, here at this link you will be redirected to the article with all explanations, while this is the link to open the JStore where you can download the tool for free (search One Click Hide-Show).

1 - Setup JForex Platform
The very first thing to do is to setup the platformin order to manage with position directly from the charts. One of the key limitations is indeed, the inhability to 'right-click' on a position to eventually close or cancel it. So it is reccomended to let the default open positions as "visible". Consider this picture:
2 - Improvements
The most important limitation of the first version, was the inhability for the code to detect any order submission, closing, cancellation or any modfication, ending in the need to refresh charts on every of the mentioned events. I "accidentally" found the way to solve this problem while working on another code for one of my strategies.
There i…
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driven 31 Aug.

Well done.

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scramble 1 Sep.

Thank you everyone for supporting :) appreciated!!

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Vain 26 Sep.

very good

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Ruteale 16 Oct.

Good luck

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This article is about the functionality of the small widget I developed for JForex platform, which allows the user to: hide, show and manage any order or position on a specific chart and its relative instrument.
Setup in JForex
Save the .jfx file on your preferred C://...//Strategies folder and play in Local Run:

Hit the PLAY button and set orders appearance and colors from the Default Parameters Window:
1 - Running positions
A small widget with just 4 buttons will load on the top-left corner of every open chart, (note: all pictures are taken from a 13" laptop monitor):
  1. Show all filled positions and SL + TP orders, in that chart, for that specific selected instrument.
  2. Hide all running position drawings for that chart.
  3. Update all TP / SL modifications (if any).
  4. Open the "Conditional Orders" widget (detailed explanation on par. 2 - Conditional orders).
To better understand the functionality for buttons 1 and 2, consider the following example:
All positions are hidden from the charts, excluding the one where the user hits the " + " button.
1.1 - Modify TP/SL
The code will draw for each position an 'Entry' line together with 'TP / SL' lines and their resp…
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valester 31 Aug.

хорошая работа

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very good

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What is the topic of today?Today we are going to discuss a manner you should look for or adjust your strategy to be better.Technical analysisThe technical analysis is the most popular type of analysis amongst the traders. Maybe it is because it is always useable, and you don't need seacrh all the time, and change always your strategy. Moreover it looks more useable for automathic trade and for short term trading. There are unimaganable many tools of technical analysis, it is an additional advantage of its popularity.But, all of us live in the smae world. There are many and many type of trader but all trade in the same world, in the currency market. The market is a response of the all trader's positions, thinking.What do I want to say to you? That you must not skip all the other parts and use only techical tools.Furthermore, since there are a million techical tools, and a lot of time frames the tools regularly show contrast. Here again, What do I want to say? You have to be avare a lot of technical tools and always adjust, day by day  to your recent plans. But also be aware, there is a rule of thumb, keep your chart as seeable as possible. What does it mean? You should draw always t…
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