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Topic: Creating Forex Strategies - Free Webinars 3 Parts

Dear users,

You are welcome to attend our free webinars:

Creating Forex Strategies Part 1
On 26th November 2014 at 3:00 PM London time

Creating Forex Strategies Part 2
On 29th November 2014 at 3:00 PM London time

Creating Forex Strategies Part 3
On 3rd December 2014 at 3:00 PM London time

(There are limited number of participants)

Re: Creating Forex Strategies - Free Webinars 3 Parts

Here is the Creating Forex Strategies video Part 1.

Re: Creating Forex Strategies - Free Webinars 3 Parts

A question by Neil G from Canada: Is there a way to say if 3 bars in a row breaks upper band, then take trade?

The BB indicator doesn't have a break-out logic rule by default. I made a little different entry logic. We enter long when there are three consecutive bars that opens above the upper BB band. We enter short when we have three consecutive bars that opens below the lower band.

http://s16.postimg.org/qq9qutcw1/bb_three_upper_bars.jpg

We exit at the central MA of BB. It is set as a separate MA with period of 20.

I'm using Signal Shift for this logic. We'll speak about signal shift on Saturday or in the third part of the seminar.

The strategy is attached below.

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Re: Creating Forex Strategies - Free Webinars 3 Parts

Thank you.

Re: Creating Forex Strategies - Free Webinars 3 Parts

Creating Forex Strategies video Part 2.

Re: Creating Forex Strategies - Free Webinars 3 Parts

Please could You aslo upload the latest webinar: "Creating Forex Strategies Part 3?"

Re: Creating Forex Strategies - Free Webinars 3 Parts

Hi Miroslav,
unfortunately I missed part 3 of the webinar. Would you mind providing a record like part 1 and 2.
Regards.

Re: Creating Forex Strategies - Free Webinars 3 Parts

Here is the third part of the series.

This webinar covers some very important topics:
  * Use previous bar value,
  * True Charts
  * Using special indicators for entry and exits.