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 楼主| 发表于 2019-5-13 17:04:51 | 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: the first peak or bottom point must ascend or descend by more than 10 points from previous bottom or peak point; 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. For the strong stabilization of peaks signals, the stabilization trend starts descending from or above the strong peaks level; for the strong stabilization of bottoms signals, stabilization trends starts ascending from or below the strong bottom level. The stabilization trends would be multiple ones, and the cumulative trends aross this stabilization signals is at least 80 points (usually more than 120 points) in total. 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. For example, there are usually two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%. The min bonus points for both hedge currency pairs is more than 150 points for middle term trading, and the optimal affordable float deficit is set to be 200 points with Max deficit of 400 points in high leverages account. 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. In this situation, testing of supportive peaks or bottoms is taken manually by steps and steps (if the lowest bottom or highest peak is not sealed by two bottoms or peaks, the second lowest two bottoms or highest two peaks is tested instead), and this is vital for money safe in case of extremely 'collapsed' events like 03/01/2019. At the same price level, the first two supportive peaks or bottoms are tested daily with bonus target of 10 points descending or ascending from the second peak or bottom point when the trend goes smoothly without impact news. This daily testing increases trading volumes in high leverages to reduce trading costs. No more than 30% of total initial capitals is advised to trade in high leverages account, and each currency pair is allocated 15% initial capitals, but compounds interest rate is used in this capital appreciation.  
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 楼主| 发表于 2019-5-24 17:43:21 | 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: the first peak or bottom point must ascend or descend by more than 10 points from previous bottom or peak point; 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. For the strong stabilization of peaks signals, the stabilization trend starts descending from or above the strong peaks level; for the strong stabilization of bottoms signals, stabilization trends starts ascending from or below the strong bottom level. The stabilization trends would be multiple ones, and the cumulative trends aross this stabilization signals is at least 80 points (usually more than 120 points) in total. 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. For example, there are usually two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%. The min bonus points for both hedge currency pairs is more than 150 points for middle term trading, and the optimal affordable float deficit is set to be 200 points with Max deficit of 400 points in high leverages account. 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. In this situation, testing of supportive peaks or bottoms is taken manually by steps and steps (if the lowest bottom or highest peak is not sealed by two bottoms or peaks, the second lowest two bottoms or highest two peaks is tested instead), and this is vital for money safe in case of extremely 'collapsed' events like 03/01/2019. According to the currency exchange agreement, there are the other four currency pairs across them: CAD/JPY, AUD/CAD, CHF/JPY, AUD/CHF, which can be also traded by using methods above. Both CAD/JPY and CHF/JPY is advised to trade in addition to AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF, which would reach the annual peaks or bottoms alternately. In this case, the bonus target would be at the middle trend for each currency pair as optimal ones. However, if capitals is evenly divided into 6 currency pairs, the risks upon extreme events like 03/01/2019 is increased apparently, so alternately rather than concurrently trading across them is strongly advised. For the daily trading, USD/JPY is strongly advised to trade due to its 'smooth' nature. In this case, the weekly peak or bottom level is tested manually. On Monday morning, both weekly peaks and bottoms are tested with optimal of 50 points bonus. For example, if the bonus target of selling orders is achieved firstly, then weekly bottoms would be gained until the lose in testing cost is compensated as the bonus target. By the end of business week, the orders should be completed without being held to avoid sharping trend over weekend. No more than 30% of total initial capitals is advised to trade in high leverages account, and each currency pair is allocated 15% initial capitals, but compounds interest rate is used in this capital appreciation.  
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 楼主| 发表于 2019-5-27 10:50:19 | 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: the first peak or bottom point must ascend or descend by more than 10 points from previous bottom or peak point; 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. For the strong stabilization of peaks signals, the stabilization trend starts descending from or above the strong peaks level; for the strong stabilization of bottoms signals, stabilization trends starts ascending from or below the strong bottom level. The stabilization trends would be multiple ones, and the cumulative trends aross this stabilization signals is at least 80 points (usually more than 120 points) in total. 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. For example, there are usually two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%. The min/optimal bonus points is 200 points of stabilization trend for middle term trading, and the optimal affordable float deficit is set to be 200 points with Max deficit of 400 points in high leverages account. 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. In this situation, testing of supportive peaks or bottoms is taken manually by steps and steps (if the lowest bottom or highest peak is not sealed by two bottoms or peaks, the second lowest two bottoms or highest two peaks is tested instead), and this is vital for money safe in case of extremely 'collapsed' events like 03/01/2019. In the case which yearly strong stabilization of both peaks and bottoms are shown concurrently, both long and short main targets usually spans 10% ranges of ascending or descending, which indicates high risks for short term trading. In addition to AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF, currency pairs of USD/JPY, USD/CHF, CHF/JPY, CAD/JPY, AUD/USD, CAD/USD, GBP/USD is advised to trade by using above methods as well, which are positively linked with each other like Brexit event and would reach the annual peaks or bottoms alternately. For example, when USD/JPY reaches the yearly historic peak level, it is to sell this currency pair towards anual short main target showing by strong stabilization signals, until AUD/JPY or other currency pairs which indicates JPY depreciation reaches the historic bottom. Then buying AUD/JPY is set up instead of selling USD/JPY until USD/JPY or other currency pairs which indicates JPY appreciation reaches the historic peak again. Usually The above currency pairs are positively linked with each other, which becomes the indicator for decision making of stopping bonus or setting up orders. For example, when EUR/USD or USD/CHF reaches the historic peaks, it is not wise to hold buying orders for other currency pairs. EUR/USD is also positively linked with above currency pairs, but is too impact to trade. No more than 30% of total initial capitals is advised to trade in high leverages account, and each currency pair is allocated 15% initial capitals, but compounds interest rate is used in this capital appreciation.  
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 楼主| 发表于 2019-6-11 09:39:02 | 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: the first peak or bottom point must ascend or descend by more than 10 points from previous bottom or peak point; 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 the strong stabilization of peaks signals, the stabilization trend starts descending from or above the strong peaks level; for the strong stabilization of bottoms signals, stabilization trends starts ascending from or below the strong bottom level. The stabilization trends would be multiple ones, and the cumulative trends aross this stabilization signals is at least 80 points (usually more than 120 points) in total for AUD/JPY as an example. The stabilization resilience of USD/JPY and CAD/CHF is at least 1% for the strong stabilization signals. For example, there are usually two stabilization trends, each of which is at least 0.5%. 1. For the short term trading of both currency pairs, the optimal bonus target is 0.5% (specifically more than 35 points for CAD/CHF and more than 50 points for USD/JPY), and the optimal stop-losing is 25 points. At the similar price level (+- 20 points), the same strong stabilization signals should not be tested by twice in a week. If there's strong stabilization signal of both peaks and bottom at 75.60 and 75.50 respectively, and a stabilization line of uptrend starts firstly, then stabilization signal of peak at 75.60 should not be tested until stabilization trend ascends by more than 50 points. However, both USD/JPY and CAD/CHF are better for this short term trading, which are more stable. 2. For the stage trading plans, 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. For the stage plans, the min/optimal bonus points is 200 points of stabilization trend, and the optimal affordable float deficit is set to be 200 points with Max deficit of 400 points in high leverages account. In this situation, testing of supportive peaks or bottoms is taken manually by steps and steps (if the lowest bottom or highest peak is not sealed by two bottoms or peaks, the second lowest two bottoms or highest two peaks is tested instead), and this is vital for money safe in case of extremely 'collapsed' events like 03/01/2019. 3. For cash trading when yearly strong stabilization of both peaks and bottoms are shown concurrently, both long and short main targets usually spans 10% ranges of ascending or descending, which indicates high risks for short term trading in the 'middle trend'.  In addition to AUD/JPY and CAD/CHF, currency pairs of USD/JPY, USD/CHF, CHF/JPY, CAD/JPY, AUD/USD, CAD/USD, GBP/USD is advised to trade by using above methods as well, which are positively linked with each other like Brexit event and would reach the annual peaks or bottoms alternately. For example, when USD/JPY reaches the yearly historic peak level, it is to sell this currency pair towards anual short main target showing by strong stabilization signals, until AUD/JPY or other currency pairs which indicates JPY depreciation reaches the historic bottom. Usually the above currency pairs are positively linked with each other, which becomes the indicator for decision making of stopping bonus or setting up orders. For example, when EUR/USD or USD/CHF reaches the historic peaks, it is not wise to hold buying orders for other currency pairs. EUR/USD is also positively linked with above currency pairs, but is too impact to trade. No more than 30% of total initial capitals is advised to trade in high leverages account, and each currency pair is allocated 15% initial capitals, but compounds interest rate is used in this capital appreciation.  
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