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Subtracting our entry price from our stop, we have the amount that we are risking on this trade…31 pips. The next step, and this is a critical one, is to divide those 31 pips by. This will give us the minimum account size that we need to have to place a single 10K trade on this pair. In this case we could place 12 10K positions on this trade. If the account size is less than the minimums in the above examples, the trader would be well-advised to seek out other trading opportunities more in line with the size of their trading account.
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P: R:. Search Clear Search results. No entries matching your query were found. Free Trading Guides. Please try again. Subscribe to Our Newsletter. Rates Live Chart Asset classes. Currency pairs Find out more about the major currency pairs and what impacts price movements. Commodities Our guide explores the most traded commodities worldwide and how to start trading them. Keeping in mind that the higher probability trades will be those that are taken in the direction of the longer term trends, when a doji occurs at the top of a retracement in a downtrend or the bottom of a retracement in an uptrend, the higher probability way to trade the doji is in the direction of the trend.
In the case of an uptrend the stop would go below the lower wick of the doji and in a downtrend the stop would go above the upper wick. Dojis are popular and widely used in trading as they are one of the easier candles to identify and their wicks provide excellent guidelines regarding where a trader can place their stop. The Long Legged Doji below simply has a greater extension of the vertical lines above and below the horizontal line.
During the timeframe of the candle, price action dramatically moved up and down but closed at virtually the same level that it opened. This shows the indecision between the buyers and the sellers. The Dragonfly Doji below can appear at either the top of an uptrend or the bottom of a downtrend and signals the potential for a change in direction.
There is not line above the horizontal bar signifying that price did not move above the opening price. A very extended lower wick on this doji at the bottom of a bearish move is a very bullish signal. The Gravestone Doji below is the exact opposite of the dragonfly. It appears when price action opens and closes at the lower end of the trading range. After the open the buyers were able to push the price up but by the close they were not able to sustain the bullish momentum.
At the top of a move to the upside, this is a bearish signal. The 4 Price Doji below is simply a horizontal line with no vertical line above or below the horizontal. This would be the ultimate in indecision since the high, low, open and close all four prices represented by the candle were exactly the same.
It is a very unique pattern signifying indecision once again or simply a very quiet market. The basic rules we learned about trading a doji at the beginning of this article would apply to each of these unique dojis as well. Once I have identified the pair that I feel has the strongest trend based on the Daily chart, I will usually enter on a 4 hour or a 1 hour chart — whichever time frame best optimizes my entry.
This determination is made based on the pair making lower highs and lower lows, price action is below the SMA and is pulling away from it and, at the time of the analysis, the NZD was the weakest currency and the JPY was the strongest.
Also, looking at Slow Stochastics, I see that it is below 20 with angle and separation to the downside — a very bearish sign. Given all of the above, I know I will only be looking for opportunities to sell the pair as they will have the greater likelihood of success. Then I will look to the 4 hour chart and look for a retracement a move against the Daily trend to be finishing and beginning a new move to the downside.
In other words, a fresh move back in the direction of the Daily trend. Sometimes that fresh move will present itself straightaway or I may have to wait for the setup to take place. In the case of this particular 4 hour chart I would need to wait for the pair to cycle back up as a new move to the downside has already taken place over the last five red candles on the far right of the chart.
I will also run through this same process on the one hour chart looking for the same set up. Since the pair has been in a strong, on-going downtrend on the Daily chart, I would have been able to successfully sell the pair at any of the points on the chart after the retracement black arrows takes place.
The short position would be opened when momentum shifts back to the downside Stochastics crossover within the black circles. In each instance the stop would go above the most recent high approximately at the black lines. Sidebar: Some traders will become frustrated when they see price is moving opposite the direction of the Daily trend.
It is fine since that means a retracement is taking place and once that is complete, we will be looking at an opportunity to enter the trade in our direction of choice — the direction of the Daily trend. As with virtually any trading scenario, we must first determine the direction that we need to trade the pair for the greatest likelihood of success. By looking at the historical 4 hour chart of the GBPUSD below, there are several reasons we know that we want to go long buy the pair.
Price action is above the Simple Moving Average and is pulling away from it. The pair has been making higher highs green lines and higher lows which indicates an uptrend. We can see that price action has come in contact with trendline support at several points — note the blue boxes. If price trades into the Buy Zone and stalls and a candle does not close below trendline support, just as in our blue box examples, we can take a long position on the pair with our stop just below the trendline or just below the lowest wick that penetrates the trendline.
The trader could exit the trade if price reaches resistance, the previous high, or by employing a simple Risk Reward Ratio. We want to sell the pair a it has been making lower lows red lines and lower highs. Price action is below the SMA and pulling away from it. Again, price action has tested our resistance line at several points the blue boxes so we know the trendline to be valid.
As long as a candle does not close above the trendline, we would sell the pair with a stop just above the trendline or just above the highest wick to penetrate the trendline. The trade could be closed should price reach the previous low or we could use a Risk Reward Ratio to exit the trade. Many traders who I have worked with over the years ask how much attention should be paid to an indicator.
When the indicator shows buy, they buy. When the indicator shows sell, they sell. And this reaction largely ignores whatever may be happening on the price chart. Always remember that price action, the direction that the pair is moving, is our primary indicator.
Therefore, what the informed trader needs to do at the outset is determine the trend — the direction that the market is moving the pair. We can clearly see the pair is in a downtrend. Price has been making lower highs and lower lows, it is trading below the SMA green line and pulling away from it. This indicates that bearish momentum is gaining strength.
Now that we have identified the trend, we can make infinitely more effective use of our indicator of choice. In this case our indicator happens to be Slow Stochastics set to 15,5 and 5. Each of the signals in the black circles would be the selling signals.
And, as you can see, a short position could have been taken successfully on each one. Keep in mind that a trader can still have a losing trade even when taking a higher probability entry. However, the likelihood of having a successful trade will be enhanced not guaranteed by entering trades in the direction of the trend. As traders, it is up to us to determine the trend and then use our indicator of choice to only take trades in that direction.
Since price on the historical Daily and 4 hour charts of this AUDNZD pair are making lower highs and lower lows and are trading below the SMA as well, we are only looking for opportunities to short the pair…we want to optimize our strategy. When using Slow Stochastics in a downtrend, as we have on the chart below, the optimum sell signal given by the indicator occurs when the two moving averages comprising the indicator have been above 80 and then move below Since the above signals are the optimum signals, not as much attention is paid to the crossovers that occur between the levels of 20 and How should a trader react to those?
Think of the lines moving averages that comprise Slow Stochastics as a string on a bow that is used to shoot an arrow. The farther that the bowstring is pulled back, the more power it has behind it and the farther the arrow will go.