Double in a Day trades week ended 24 October 14

 Double in a Day trades week ended 24 October 14

 This week analysis of the Double in a Day trades has discovered a very worrying fact.

Most Double in a Day traders are trading the wrong currencies using the wrong Forex strategies!!

Please watch this video for more information


Double in a Day trades for the week ended 24 October 2014

 

 

 

Double in a Day trades for the week ended 24 October 2014

 

 

Double in a Day trades for the week ended 24 October 2014

 

 

Double in a Day trades for the week ended 24 October 2014

 

 

Double in a Day trades for the week ended 24 October 2014

 

 

 

 

 

How do I use Stochastic Oscillator to create a Forex trading strategy?

The stochastic oscillator is a momentum indicator that is widely used in forex trading to pinpoint potential trend reversals. This indicator measures momentum by comparing closing price to the trading range over a given period.

The charted stochastic oscillator actually consists of two lines: the indicator itself is represented by %K, and a signal line reflecting the three-day simple moving average (SMA) of %K, which is called %D. When these two lines intersect, it signals that a trend shift may be approaching. In a chart displaying a pronounced bullish trend, for example, a downward cross through the signal line indicates that the most recent closing price is closer to the lowest low of the look-back period than it has been in the previous three sessions. After sustained upward price action, a sudden drop to the lower end of the trading range may signify that bulls are losing steam.

Like other range-bound momentum oscillators, such as the relative strength index (RSI) and Williams %R, the stochastic oscillator is also useful for determining overbought or oversold conditions. Ranging from 0 to 100, the stochastic oscillator reflects overbought conditions with readings over 80 and oversold conditions with readings under 20. Crossovers that occur in these outer ranges are considered particularly strong signals. Many traders ignore crossover signals that do not occur at these extremes.

For more information on this strategy please use this link:- http://www.investopedia.com/ask/answers/032015/how-do-i-use-stochastic-oscillator-create-forex-trading-strategy.asp

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