Jul 3, 2009

nifty in triangle

---nifty in triangle.
---trade after the breakout from it.

1 comment:

DG said...



The system features three moving averages:
fast(green), middle(red) and slow(blue).

Entry points are determined by the middle moving average(red) crossing the long moving average(blue)
and exit points by the fast moving average(green) crossing the middle moving average(red):

Go long when:
middle moving average(red) crosses to above slow moving average(blue) from below;
AND fast moving average(green) is above middle moving average(red).

Close long when
fast moving average(green) crosses to below middle moving average(red) from above.

Go short when:
middle moving average(red) crosses to below slow moving average(blue) from above;
AND fast moving average is below middle moving average.

Close short when
fast moving average(green) crosses to above middle moving average(red) from below.

---please never trade against the system.
---once trade initiated as per system then you can use rsi,macd,bollinger band,slow stochastic or parabolic sar to close your trade.


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