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    Lightbulb Sidus Method

    Sidus Method

    The biggest advantage of the Sidus method is that it is not necessary for adding extra filters. Whipsaws will occor, but less frequent. This system made my trading very profitable as it easy to understand, easy to implement and easy to find the right entry-points.

    What do you need?
    - 1 H (or 30 MIN, but you wil get more whipsaws) candlesticks/bar charts
    - 18 EMA & 28 EMA (put them in red)
    - 5 WMA (in blue) & 12 WMA (in yellow)

    The 18 EMA & 28 EMA are two red lines who form a tunnel, these will help you to determine the start of a trend and the end of a trend (Long term).
    The 5 WMA & 12 WMA will show you when to enter a trend, they will also help you to see the strength of the trends (Short term)

    Entry Signals
    You should only open a position, when the red tunnel is extremly narrow or crossed !
    LONG : 5 WMA & 12 WMA cross the red tunnel upwards. If the 5 WMA also crosses the 12 WMA upwards, then the signal is extra strong.
    SHORT: 5 WMA & 12 WMA cross the red tunnel downwards. If the 5 WMA also crosses the 12 WMA downwards, then the signal is extra strong.

    Exit Signals
    Signals that show the end of the chosen trend : (without crossing red tunnel)
    - Long : The price has reached a top and 5 WMA dives under 12 WMA (Close position)
    - Short : The price has reached a bottom and 5 WMA jumps above 12 WMA (Close position)

    Always close your position when boundry’s of the red tunnel cross each other or when they become so narrow that they are one! This is a clear sign of a trend reversal. After you see this, close your position and open a new postion in the other way (If you were long, close, open a short postion)

    When in a trade and the 5 WMA & 12 WMA cross each other and cross the red tunnel -> Pay attention! As long as the red tunnel boundry’s doesn’t cross each other, there is no problem, but often this is a sign that they will!

    Basic rule
    Enter a position were the red tunnel boundry’s cross and exit that position when they cross again!!! Always use a stoploss - I recommend a 10-15 pip stoploss !!!

    Regards,

    Fajar Mulya

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    Original Basic Sidus Concept:

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    Do you have a screen shot of the setup so we can see how it should look? It looks like an interesting strategy which I might just demo next week to see how it goes.
    Thanks fajarmulya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RebateFX.com View Post
    Do you have a screen shot of the setup so we can see how it should look? It looks like an interesting strategy which I might just demo next week to see how it goes.
    Thanks fajarmulya.
    Same2x, Thanks For Ur Support
    Here Pic, Implement Of Sidus Method :




    Personally, Its Past
    Now I Using JMA
    I Will Make New Thread About It


    Regards,

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    Past or not, it could certainly be used as a filtering system. I use a few MA combinations myself which filter out all the bad trades.
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    i heard from another trader that we can use the fibonacci numbers as the EMA? is that right?
    he said that it's more powerful number...
    anyone ever tried the fib numbers for EMA?

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    Well this really looks like a good strategy.
    I am gonna give this one a shot in the demo account.

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    I used this method myself for 1 month ... i found out something else ...

    1. If the red tunel is in an uptrend then find the best position when the yellow MAs cross in the way up ... and close when they cross again ..
    2. Use this method on tf 4H - Daily
    3. User RSI 14 to confirm and MACD

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