I haven't been here for a long time, I see the topic is not very popular. People are mostly looking for some confused chips with a bunch of indicators. But in vain. Simplicity is power. I, thanks to this simple scheme, cut off more than a dozen different sausages on trial
. However, looking at the prolonged flats on the main pairs, with this system, it remains to sit on the fence-I don't see any sausage entrances yet.
Well, if for some specific news, you can display the history to see the average breakdown and average rollback from there and proceed. And if you play on any rollback after a random breakdown, of course nothing good will come out. At least I'm running a backtest in a Tickmill strategy based on punching, so I put the max punching at 50 points (NFP) lot size 0.1, Deposit$200. Not a single drain yet.
Interesting strategy. We should also try tracking the sausages))) However, it is not entirely clear why you have to suffer so much with the search for the entrance? I looked at the M30 sausage from 300 points, all at least 10 percent returned from closing the candle. It is clear that you want to take all the points and even from above, but you can just not be greedy, or am I wrong?
Recently entered the purchase on the Australian - on H4 there loomed a huge sausage! Went at the price of 0.7620 to buy. I just looked in - until the sausage does not think to roll back and there is a drawdown. Who has what views on this couple at the moment? And a question to the author of the topic: what time interval do you focus on more? Or there is no fundamental difference - where the sausage is viewed, there you catch a rollback?
Yesterday's sausage on the canadian rolled back, the deal closed in plus. This morning on H4, a strong impulse was formed for the dollar/yen, this was also impossible to miss! Entered at the price of 108.20 to buy, waiting for a rollback) the Method works perfectly, the only caveat is that it is difficult to catch the very tip of the sausage and you do not know how much the price will roll back. In my experience, I can say that 15-20 percent of the Servelat can be taken safely
I couldn't figure out how to find the sausage end! Somewhere the author enters when only one candle has formed on the chart, and somewhere after three or four candles. This is the moment I can't sort everything out in my head. What should be used to determine the end of the movement and expect a possible rollback ?
The strategy is very interesting you don't often find a strategy with such a probability of profit . With this probability of profit, I have only seen the exact entry strategy created based on the morning flat breakout strategy for binary options . Even the VABank strategy guarantees a smaller percentage of profit . So it's interesting to try out this strategy.