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An example of trend trading on a heat map on gold with an expiration of 15-20 minutes. Probably the easiest trading strategy for a beginner!
The principle of making deals
Need to look to heat map there was as much as possible one dark color, in this case there was only green color, which means that the inputs were searched only upwards:
(in this example, trading on gold is given, you can choose any other pair, this trading tactic works on any pair)
You need to enter from rollbacks, thereby trading along the current trend. While the trend is on, we take from pullbacks.
As soon as the price rolled back, we buy the option and wait for the maximum to be updated, then, the price rolled back again, we buy again and so on until the price stops updating the maximum:
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If the maximum has not been updated, then the current movement has ended and you need to look for entries in the opposite direction, that is, in the current case - for sale.
But in this case, the maximum continues to be updated and all transactions eventually go into plus:
You also need to remember to constantly monitor the heat map so that the color does not start to change on it. The page does not need to be constantly updated - the chart is updated in real time.
As for the expiration level, you can bet for 15-20 minutes, this is quite enough.
Here's what we got next:
You just need to remember to bet on pullbacks and you need to take several contracts at once:
But as soon as the next high is not updated, you don’t need to buy an option in the opposite direction on the next pullback, you should wait and look again at the heat map:
Judging by the data, there has been a small rollback down, since the lower TMs display red, and the older ones still show green, so you need to wait.
There will be 2 options: either the green will light up again and you can again look for buy entries, or the red color will move to older TMs, then you should already think about sell entries.
Here's what happened in the end:
4 deals out of 19 still closed with a minus, when they took from a rollback to buy, and the maximum was not updated.
But since, according to the heat map, the indicators of red began to move to an older TM, several more contracts were bought from a rollback down, and this is what happened:
In the end, it's still a plus. And what follows from this? Is it possible to trade profitably just like that - using just a heat map and trend lines?
The answer is definitely YES! And you just saw it for yourself!
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