
CAD/CHF and CHF/JPY Trading methods: 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 10 points in the middle trend between two points for accurate high leverage trading tool;at least 10 points rebounding down from each peak point (or up from each bottom point); +  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; the inaccuracy of each peak or bottom point can be less than 5 points (for example, if the highest peak is 0.7588, and it rebounds down by 15 points in the middle, then 0.7583 is also counted as this peak point range; for another example, if the highest peak is 108.88, and it rebounds down by 13 points in the middle trend, then 108.85 is counted as peak point). 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 1%. For the short term trading of both hedge currency pairs, the optimal bonus trend length is approximately 0.5% stabilization trend for both CAD/CHF and CHF/JPY. 1. Optimally, this strong stabilization signals of peaks or bottoms are most applicable on the middleterm peak level or bottom level respectively, and it is risky to follow buying or selling orders at middleterm peak level or bottom level correspondingly; 2. For the trading signals between two weeks, if the open price of the second week is within 10 points range to the closed price of last week, the peak or bottom points occuring at the end of last week would be continuous, and at least two peak or bottom points must be confirmed at the beginning of the second week for this trading (For example, the CAD/CHF trend on 29/06/2019; however, on 05/08/2019, the supportive bottoms at previous bottom level (0.7427) are not doubly confirmed at the beginning of the second week); if the open price of the second week is more or less than 20 points to the closed price of last week, then the stabilization signals at the end of last week would not be applicable any more (For example, CAD/CHF trend on 10/06/2019).
For the short term trading of CHF/JPY, EUR/USD, USD/JPY, CAD/CHF: 1. this testing can be very exactly within + 5 points range between two supportive points, unlike trading stong stabilization signals of CAD/CHF above; 2. When the trading cost is reduced to less than 2 Pips on Monday, for the first technical graph of supportive two peaks forming at the beginning of a week, if the middle bottom point is exceeded by more than 5 points, it is optimal to follow selling Lots with stoplosing at previous peak points, until it is sealed by two supportive bottoms at lower price (if there is only a single peak shown before the bottom points is exceeded by more than 5 points, it would not be the right time to follow); if it exceeds lowest bottom point by more than 5 points again, it is to follow selling Lots again, if there is technical graph of supportive two peaks before this (if there is only a single peak shown before the bottom points is exceeded by more than 5 points, it would not be the right time to follow), with the stoplosing at the previous supportive two peaks; Setting up buying Lots is in the same way; 3. The optimal target bonus is the smooth trend at the first half stage of a business week using this trading method, rather than frequently trading method; or to test the rebound trend after apparent ascending or descending trends in a week using this trading method. 4. However, if there is strong stabilization signals before this single point, this trading method is not applicable on CAD/CHF, EUR/USD, and USD/JPY, but CHF/JPY is still fine to this. 5. Once there is a single peak or bottom point in a week, which may become the long main or short main target for middleterm trading in the next few weeks. Only buying Lots is suitable for A50, and the optimal bonus target is at least 1000 points below the single peak point.

