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    Thumbs up FRESH FOREX SIGNAL - Dedicated To Forex 'Newbie' Trader

    Fresh Forex Signal is Free Signal for Forex Trading Activities. It Would be Update Daily Along Trading Day. Free and Easy to Use. Helps Forex 'Newbie' Trader to Improve and Increase Their Earning from Any Forex Trading Activities in Any Forex Broker.

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    You Could Use All of Those Signals for Backtest Firstly Using Virtual Trading for Some Period That You Decided (e.g : 1 month, 3 months, 6 months or 1 year). After That, You Could Implement Them to Real Trading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshForexSignal View Post
    Fresh Forex Signal is Free Signal for Forex Trading Activities. It Would be Update Daily Along Trading Day. Free and Easy to Use. Helps Forex 'Newbie' Trader to Improve and Increase Their Earning from Any Forex Trading Activities in Any Forex Broker.

    There is Free Information Service Through Yahoo! Messenger and Other Features Which are Develop Step By Step. Of Course You Don't Necessary to Buy Any Signals, Indicators or Even Expert Advisors Which Known as Robot Trading.

    You Could Use All of Those Signals for Backtest Firstly Using Virtual Trading for Some Period That You Decided (e.g : 1 month, 3 months, 6 months or 1 year). After That, You Could Implement Them to Real Trading.

    Just visit : Fresh Forex Signal for more details.

    Good Luck With Good Profit !!!!
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    Hi Fresh, just want to ask, what is the basis of these signals? Pivot point? or other? I see that you are using straddling technique, do you use trailing stop? If so how many? Did you backtested the signals or forward tested?
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    They are simple pivot breakouts. Just set buy and sell orders +20 pips and -20 pips from the pivot.
    Or just get Dolly and have a sexy looking indicator to do it for you.
    http://www.forex-tsd.com/dolly/5101-...e-project.html
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    Yeah I believe it's pivot, but plotting the other pairs, it's not + or - 20 pips from pivot. Also, buy and sell of AUDUSD are below the pivot point. That's why I ask. Or is it just a typo error.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenfx View Post
    Yeah I believe it's pivot, but plotting the other pairs, it's not + or - 20 pips from pivot. Also, buy and sell of AUDUSD are below the pivot point. That's why I ask. Or is it just a typo error.
    Maybe a typo or he is using another figure for the basis of his breakout on a/u. Well spotted
    Although my Bahasa is terrible, it does appear that people also made the WSS/Dolly connection in the thread he also opened in the Indonesian section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenfx View Post
    Hi Fresh, just want to ask, what is the basis of these signals? Pivot point? or other? I see that you are using straddling technique, do you use trailing stop? If so how many? Did you backtested the signals or forward tested?
    I still develop it right know, so the basis of my signal is my own system and strategy.
    I'm not use Pivot, because pivot point is not too good if entry point is too high or too low.
    Yes, I'm using Trailing Stop @ 20 Pips.
    I'm testing my signal using backtest and forward test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldenfx View Post
    Yeah I believe it's pivot, but plotting the other pairs, it's not + or - 20 pips from pivot. Also, buy and sell of AUDUSD are below the pivot point. That's why I ask. Or is it just a typo error.
    No, it's not typo error. It's really working.
    Just test in virtual trading. You'll see the performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RebateFX.com View Post
    Maybe a typo or he is using another figure for the basis of his breakout on a/u. Well spotted
    Although my Bahasa is terrible, it does appear that people also made the WSS/Dolly connection in the thread he also opened in the Indonesian section.
    I really sorry if my english is so terrible, because english is not my national language ....

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    Och ya, one Another thing ....

    The live performance would be available soon on my blog.

    Just wait ....

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    Dolly use Daily Open for Pivot, so when price is over or lower than Buy or Sell area, u can still Open Position

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    BTW I use Dolly n Pivot point for OP, u can see my performance for the last 1 month for Pivot n Dolly on My Site

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    yup dolly use daily pivot

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    i didnt found any signal since 17/09/2007, why?

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