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 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-7 11:29:51 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF. At least 100 points resilience (or cumulative trend of more than 100 points) from the weekly peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) across the stabilization level is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 4%. However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 5 points to the stabilization signals; and to set up the second orders at 1% to it; third orders at 2% to it; and the fourth orders at 3% to it. In total four even Lots bid for this stabilization signals at steps by steps.
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 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-7 11:30:48 | 显示全部楼层
However,AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF.
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 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-24 09:20:45 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF. At least 100 points resilience (or cumulative trend of more than 100 points; usually two stabilization trends and each of them is at least 50 points) from the weekly peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) across the stabilization level is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 4%. However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 5 points to the stabilization signals; and to set up the second orders at 1% to it; third orders at 2% to it; and the fourth orders at 3% to it. In total four even Lots bid for this stabilization signals at steps by steps. AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF; however, CAD/CHF is more stable in terms of less float deficit for high leverages.
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 楼主| 发表于 2018-10-30 08:48:33 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF. At least 100 points resilience of a tidy stabilization trend (or cumulative trends of more than 100 points; in this case usually there are two stabilization trends and each of them is at least 50 points) from the weekly peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) across the stabilization level is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 400 points. However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 5 points to the stabilization signals; and to set up the second orders at 1% to it; third orders at 2% to it; and the fourth orders at 3% to it. In total four even Lots bid for this stabilization signals at steps by steps. AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF; however, CAD/CHF is more stable in terms of less float deficit for high leverages.
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 楼主| 发表于 2018-11-2 17:13:27 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF. At least 100 points resilience of a tidy stabilization trend (or cumulative trends of more than 100 points; in this case usually there are two stabilization trends and each of them is at least 50 points) from the weekly peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) across the stabilization level is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 400 points. However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 5 points to the stabilization signals; and to set up the second orders at 1% to it; third orders at 2% to it; and the fourth orders at 3% to it. In total four even Lots bid for this stabilization signals at steps by steps. AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF; however, CAD/CHF is more stable in terms of less float deficit for high leverages. The stabilization resilience of CAD/CHF is at least 1% for the strong stabilization signals, or there are two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%.
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 楼主| 发表于 2018-11-15 09:02:40 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points in a week. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF in the next one week. At least 100 points resilience of a tidy stabilization trend (or cumulative trends of more than 100 points; in this case usually there are two stabilization trends and each of them is at least 50 points) from the weekly peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) across the stabilization level is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 400 points. However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 5 points to the stabilization signals; and to set up the second orders at 1% to it; third orders at 2% to it; and the fourth orders at 3% to it. In total four even Lots bid for this stabilization signals at steps by steps. AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF; however, CAD/CHF is more stable in terms of less float deficit for high leverages. The stabilization resilience of CAD/CHF is at least 1% for the strong stabilization signals, or there are two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%.
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 楼主| 发表于 2018-11-29 17:35:06 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points in a week. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF in the next one week. At least 100 points resilience of a tidy stabilization trend (or cumulative trends of more than 100 points; in this case usually there are two stabilization trends and each of them is at least 50 points) from the weekly peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) across the stabilization level is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 400 points. However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 5 points apart to the stabilization signals when it is 1% above the open price; and to set up the second orders at 100 points apart to it; the third orders at 200 points to it; and the fourth orders at 300 points to it. In total four even Lots bid for this stabilization signals at steps by steps. However, if this stabilization signals is around the open price, it is better to set up the first orders at 1% to it. AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF; however, CAD/CHF is more stable in terms of less float deficit for high leverages with Max float deficit of 200 points. The stabilization resilience of CAD/CHF is at least 1% for the strong stabilization signals, or there are two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%.
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 楼主| 发表于 2018-11-30 10:40:31 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points in a week. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF in the next one week. At least 100 points resilience of a tidy stabilization trend (or cumulative trends of more than 100 points; in this case usually there are two stabilization trends and each of them is at least 50 points) from the weekly peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) across the stabilization level or from the stabilization level (sometimes stabilization trend may not start above the strong peaks or below the strong bottoms) is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 400 points. However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 5 points apart to the stabilization signals when it is 1% above the open price; and to set up the second orders at 100 points apart to it; the third orders at 200 points to it; and the fourth orders at 300 points to it. In total four even Lots bid for this stabilization signals at steps by steps. However, if this stabilization signals is around the open price, it is better to set up the first orders at 1% to the open price. AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF; however, CAD/CHF is more stable in terms of less float deficit for high leverages with Max float deficit of 200 points. The stabilization resilience of CAD/CHF is at least 1% for the strong stabilization signals, or there are two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%.
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 楼主| 发表于 7 天前 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points in a week. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this strong stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF in the next one week. At least 100 points resilience of a tidy stabilization trend (or cumulative trends of more than 100 points; in this case usually there are two stabilization trends and each of them is at least 50 points) from the peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 450 points. The stabilization trend starts from or above the strong peaks level (or below the strong bottoms level). However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 100 points apart to the stabilization signals; and to set up the second orders at 200 points apart to it; the pre-defined float deficit is 25% of total capitals. However, if there are strong stabilization levels of both peaks and bottoms concurrently, and the peaks level is more than 200 points apart to the bottoms level, it is better to set up selling or buying orders when the long main or short main target is finished correspondingly. AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF; however, CAD/CHF is more stable in terms of less float deficit for high leverages with Max float deficit of 200 points. The stabilization resilience of CAD/CHF is at least 1% for the strong stabilization signals, or there are two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%.
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 楼主| 发表于 前天 11:22 | 显示全部楼层
Strong stabilization signals: the several continuous confirmations (at least four times) of supportive peaks or bottoms points in a week. Shape of supportive peaks or bottoms: spanning 30 minutes between any of two supportive points; rebounding at least 11 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool (if just more than 10 points rebound trend in the middle, it is fine, but it is not a good chance to test, which means that there are lack of followers); + - no more than 5 points between the first two points; the third point can refer to either of previous two points, and the fourth point can refer to any of previous three points .... Selling above or buying below this strong stabilization level is the trading methods for both AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF in the next one week. At least 100 points resilience of a tidy stabilization trend (or cumulative trends of more than 100 points; in this case usually there are two stabilization trends and each of them is at least 50 points) from the peak (or bottom) to the bottom (or peak) is the bonus target for AUD/JPY, with Max historic float deficit of 450 points. The stabilization trend starts from or above the strong peaks level (or below the strong bottoms level). However, if the strong stabilization level is lower or higher than the weekly peaks or bottoms, only more than 80 points resilience (referring to the Min resilience of 80 points only on week 18/11/2016) rather than 100 points is the target bonus. If this strong stabilization signal is over weeks or already shows a stabilization trend of more than 50 points, it becomes weaker in the later. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 100 points apart to the stabilization signals; and to set up the second orders at 200 points apart to it; the pre-defined float deficit is 25% of total capitals. However, if there are strong stabilization levels of both peaks and bottoms concurrently, and the peaks level is more than 200 points apart to the bottoms level, it is better to set up selling or buying orders when the long main or short main target is finished correspondingly. AUD/JPY is better for cash trading than CAD/CHF; however, CAD/CHF is more stable in terms of less float deficit for high leverages with Max float deficit of 300 points. The stabilization resilience of CAD/CHF is at least 1% for the strong stabilization signals, or there are two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%. The optimal trading is to set up the first orders at 5 points to the strong stabilization signals, and to set up second orders at 1% to it. If there are both strong peaks and bottoms concurrently, and the buying (or selling) Lots is full, it is better to set up the first selling (buying) orders at the middle level between strong peaks and bottoms, and to set up the second selling (buying) orders after the buying (or selling) target is achieved.  
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