Forex Strategies

Looking for Forex trading strategies? You can stop searching. Here’s a list of the best Forex Strategies we found and tested in over 15 years of research, test and trading… 100% FREE!

We are sure that you waist lots of time and money searching for a working strategies. The main issue with free forex strategies is that usually worth nothing and non tested, on the other hand, I can assure you that 95% of the paid forex strategies are the same free strategies with minor changes. so either way you can’t trust them what so ever.

The strategies you find here, are all been used by us or by successful traders we know well and all strategies covered here has positive winning rate, very profitable and trustworthy…

 

EURUSD ATR + Standard Deviation Setup

Indicators: ATR(14) Standard Deviation(14) Time frame: 1h Currency pairs: we recommend using this setup only for EURUSD. Price action context The ranging environment is determined using the two indicators that we’ve mentioned above. If ATR14> Standard Deviation there is a range in play. If ATR14<Standard Deviation the market is trending. Strategy rules: You can use this strategy for short te...[Read More]

20 EMA Squeeze Setup

Indicators: 20 EMA Time frame: any Currency pair: any, but we recommend the most liquid pairs.   Price action context There should be an existing trend that is in play and it should encounter support/resistance at some point.After that, the price would be stuck between the 20 EMA and the  support/resistance level, the range narrowing as the price continues to unfold(hence the name “squeeze”)....[Read More]

34 EMA + 5 EMA Breakout

Indicators: 34 EMA 5 EMA Time frame: daily Currency pairs: any Price action context The market should be in a trending phase only to reverse at some point. The element that suggests a range will follow is a strong counter-trend breakout bar. As you can see from our chart, the breakout bar breaks both of the EMAs and that’s the main rule of this strategy. It also closes to the highs so it has littl...[Read More]

MACD Histogram Range

Indicators: MACD(12,26,9) Time frame:1h, 4h or daily Currency pairs: all liquid currency pairs Price action context For this strategy we use MACD in order to spot a range in the market.As you can see from our chart, we’ve drawn 2 additional lines on MACD: 0.005 level and -0.005 level. There is a range in the market when the histogram fluctuates between those two levels. Strategy rules Spot the MAC...[Read More]

50 SMA Angle

Indicators: 50 SMA Currency pairs: all liquid pairs Time frame:1h,  4h or daily Price action context This strategy is build around the 50 SMA  and in order to use it, 50 SMA has to be flat or almost flat on your chart. This suggests there is an equilibrium in the market and no directional bias. Strategy rules After you spot the flat 50 SMA on your chart, try to find a support zone and a resistance...[Read More]

Outside Bar Setup

Indicators: none Time frame: any Currency pair: any Price action context The outside bar pattern is a single candlestick pattern that has the following characteristics: It’s a large candle that engulfs a few of the previous candles. Covers relatively more ground then the other previous candles. Closes very close to it’s highs, suggesting that the market participants are willing to hold the ground....[Read More]

Inverted Head and Shoulders Setup

Indicators: none Time frame: any Currency pairs: any Price action context This setup is opposed to the head and shoulders pattern and it signals a reversal after a downward trend. It generally looks like this: Strategy rules Spot this type of formation on your chart, see where the left shoulder is located and draw the neckline. We again recommend placing your buy order around the top of the right ...[Read More]

Head and Shoulders Setup

Indicators: none Time frame: any Currency pairs: any Price action context This is a reversal price action setup that forms around a resistance area. Basically, we have a level where the market stops and rejects,only to resume the upside and break above it. Another rejection to the downside follows, below the level and stops around the same area as the first rejection. Now we have the left shoulder...[Read More]

Double Top Setup

Indicators: none Time frame: any Currency pairs: any Price action context Opposed to the double bottom formation, this is a setup that forms around a strong resistance level. From an order flow perspective, it suggests that the selling pressure emerges strongly around the resistance driving prices lower. A double top formation looks like this: Strategy rules Spot the formation on your chart and dr...[Read More]

Symmetrical Triangle Pattern

Indicators: none Time frame: any Currency pairs: any Price action context A symmetrical triangle pattern looks like this: From an order flow perspective, this type of pattern usually suggests a period of consolidation in the market due to profit taking or low liquidity. It can be a continuation pattern or, the market could break and reverse in the opposite direction. Strategy rules Spot the symmet...[Read More]

Double Bottom Setup

Indicators: none Time frame: any Currency pairs: any Price action context A double bottom formation looks like this: From an order flow perspective this type of setup happens when the market encounters a strong support area. The price rejects twice off it and then starts an impulsive move higher. Strategy rules Spot the pattern on your chart and draw the lines. For your entry you have two options:...[Read More]

Descending Triangle Pattern

Indicators: none Time frame: any Currency pairs: any Price action context A descending triangle pattern looks in the following way: Opposed to the ascending triangle pattern, this one happens in a bearish trend and suggests that the market encounters a support level. It is also a highly effective breakout setup. Strategy rules Spot the descending triangle formation on your chart and draw the lines...[Read More]

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