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The forex channel trading system is one swing trading system where its quite easy to implement and you can get really good profits quite easily. But before you can do that, you must be able to draw proper channels. WHAT IS CHANNEL TRADING? Channel trading in simple terms is when the price is running between (in a channel) support and resistance levels. When price is in a channel, it tends to stay in that channel until a channel breakout happens. Here’s what a price in a downward channel looks like: You can click to enlarge if you cant see the charts clearly. So how does an upward channel looks like? Well, it would be the exact opposite of the chart above. Here’s an example of an upward channel: HOW DO YOU DRAW A CHANNEL? Drawing A Channel Is very easy…here’s how (keep referring to the charts above): First you need to identify the points where you want to start drawing your channels from. These are numbered 1 & 2 on the charts above. You need a minimum of 2 points to do this. Next, you connect these points with a trendline. That’s it. HOW DO YOU TRADE A CHANNEL? This is also very easy. Here are the steps: Once you’ve drawn your channel, based on the 2 points on both sides of the channel you wait for price to come to either one of these channel lines. Once price touches the channel lines you open a trade based on what side of the channel line the price touches: if it touches the channel line above, you SELL. If price touches the channel line below, you buy. See the charts above for more clarity. WHAT TYPES OF ORDERS WOULD YOU USE IN TRADING A CHANNEL? You can use instant market orders-which means as soon as price touches one of the lines, you open a buy or a sell order immediately. Or you can use a SELL STOP or BUY stop Orders. WHERE DO YOU PLACE YOUR STOP LOSS AND HOW MUCH STOP LOSS IS REQUIRED? Placing stop loss is easy: Just Place your stops outside of the channel lines. By how many pips? Well, your stop loss should be determined by the timeframe you are trading in. If you are trading on 5 minute charts, place your stop loss 10-15pips outside of the channel line. If you are trading in 1hr or 4 hr charts, you stop loss should be 20-50pips outside of the channel line. If you place you stop loss too close to the channel lines, any false price spike would take you out and then guess what happens? The price goes in the direction you placed your trade originally-but now you are out of the game already-so you don’t make any money. HOW DO YOU SET YOU TAKE PROFIT TARGETS? Here are a couple of options to set take profit targets. Use whatever options that you like. Set your profit target based on the length of the channel in pips. Or you can set your take profit target halfway point in the channel. Or you can take half of your profits off the table when price goes to halfway in the channel. Or set your take profits to 3 times the amount your risked: for example, if you stop loss is 20 pips then set your take profit target to 60pips. HOW DO YOU MANAGE A TRADE IN PROFIT? Here are a couple of options to manage a trade that is in profit: when price moves by the amount your risked, move your stop loss to breakeven. But sometimes, if you stop loss is so small, there will be a danger that you will get stopped out quite frequently as well. when the price moves halfway up or down the channel, move stop loss breakeven. You may consider taking half the profits off the trade and leave the other half running.
1.$SPY is at all time highs, there is no greater bullish signal than this the majority of the time. 2.Friday made new all time highs on good volume. 3.$SPY price is in an up trend and over every moving average. 4.Near term support in$254. 5.Last weeks dips were bought very quickly intra-day showing eager buyers. 6.RSI is overbought at 71.32. This has been a bullish signal since the U.S. presidential election as overbought has become more overbought with little pullbacks. 7.The average trading range has been expanding over the last two weeks. 8.$VIX plunged back lower last week to 9.80 showing a lack of fear for a crash lower. 9MACD is under a bearish crossover due to the recent sideways action in October. 10.Earnings started well last week with $AMZN, $GOOGL, and $MSFT leading the way in the tech sector and benefitting $SPY. I am still currently long $QLD, $UWM, and bought $TSLA Friday near the 30 RSI / 200 day SMA dip in price.
Here are ten ways to keep your account safe during a market correction, when support levels break, up trends reverse, and oversold indicators just get more oversold. 1.Your long positions should be stopped out quickly as the first short term moving averages are broken early on. 2.You should already be out before the pullback turns into a full blown correction as your holdings lose key short term price support levels. 3.Trade smaller and smaller as volatility expands. 4.Tighten the timeframe of your signals, buys and sells can become faster. 5.Move from trend signals and look to buy the deepest dips. The 30 RSI (14) on the daily chart can be a good indicator near bounce zones. 6.This type of market is better for range bound signals. 7.Take good profits off the table while they are still there. 8.Consider using short side signals if you have a tested and proven system. 9.Look for opportunities to buy stocks at prices you have wanted them at for a long time for long term holding. 10.Watch long term moving averages closely to be ready to buy a reversal in the downtrend. The 200 day and 250 day simple moving averages are good long term trend signals to watch for turns in either direction.