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Summary: homeopathic trading is a foreign exchange trading strategy pursued by many old and new traders.
This strategy is widely adopted because it is practical and clear, and in many cases a strong trend can compensate for your lack of entry and exit strategies.
A popular trade adage is "the trend is your friend."
Many traders use this as the centerpiece of their trading plans, and it's been tested over time.
Below, we outline two major benefits of a simple trend-following strategy, as well as how to use technical analysis to identify trends.
Before we get started, we need to explain why trend trading is followed by so many new and old traders.
Strong trends and imperfect strategies
Do you have a perfect foreign exchange strategy?
At least I didn't.
To me, a perfect trading strategy means winning every battle and never losing money.
I don't want to ruin your dreams, but there's no such strategy for a 100% win!
Therefore, it is important to learn how to deal with imperfect strategies.
It is a simple and effective way to make up for the defects of trading strategies by identifying the strongest trend in the market.
For example, if the market is in a strong uptrend, it doesn't really matter what trading strategy you use to decide when to enter the market; you just need to make sure you buy.
When you are aligned with the market direction, the trading strategy you use to determine the entry and exit points is also easier.
This doesn't mean that all of your trades will be profitable, it just means that once you find a clear trend to trade, you don't have to be overly critical of your in-and-out position.
Foreign exchange study: CCI accurately captured entry points
When you find a clear trend in the market, trade in its direction.
For example, we can see a sharp drop in the yen.
(also known as the rising trend of usd/jpy, GBP/jpy, euro/jpy, aussie/jpy and nny/jpy)
Let's assume that you use the trend indicator (CCI) as a tool to capture entry times.
Note that each CCI drop -100 in the figure above is accompanied by a rebound in prices.
Of course not all price changes follow this pattern, but the point is that we are following a strong uptrend, and each drop in prices draws in more buyers, pushing prices higher.
As a result, experienced traders continue to make money by constantly looking for clear trends.
Where are the potential profits
If you were going fishing and there were many ponds to choose from, which one would you choose?
No doubt the one with the most fish!
Identifying trends allows us to see which ponds have more fish (potential profits).
Assuming you are a skilled trader, you can capture 100% of the exact highs and locations of every move in the price.
As shown in the following figure:
Foreign exchange learning: the trend direction of potential earnings more
Similarly, if you divide your trade into two categories: pro and contrarian, your chart may look similar to the one above.
Note that the potential profits from the long position in the chart are significantly greater than the short position.
That's because the overall trend in the market is up.
By following the trend, you combine your trading direction with the momentum of the market, while also providing you with more potential profits.
Confirm the trend
To confirm the trend, look at the chart of the currency you choose (100-200 candles).
And then answer the question, which direction is the price moving in general?
If it's moving up, then you double check by looking at a series of higher highs and higher lows on the chart.
A real uptrend will look similar to the chart below.
Forex learning: higher highs, higher lows in the uptrend
All trends have their ends.
When a series of lower highs and lower lows begin to appear, as shown in the figure below, the upward trend switches to a downward trend.
If it's moving down, check by looking at a series of lower highs and lower lows on the chart.
Below is a schematic of a downward trend.
Forex learning: lower highs and lower lows in the downtrend
If it's moving down, check by looking at a series of lower highs and lower lows on the chart.
Below is a schematic of a downward trend.
Forex learning: lower highs and lower lows in the downtrend
Note that there are no specific rules for confirming highs and lows for trend research.
The core idea is to find the most obvious upward or downward trend to trade on.
There are several advantages to trading on strong trends, such as using trends to compensate for the inadequacy of your in-and-out strategy and maximizing your potential benefits.
This explains why many seasoned and well - known traders use this trading strategy.
Look for the most obvious trends in the market.
We have about 30 different currencies available to trade, looking for the strongest trends among them.
Make sure your trading direction is in line with the trend.
Trade only those signals that are going in the right direction, and ignore those that are going in the wrong direction.
This is why we frequently mention trend trading in our DailyFX trading class.
Now that you understand the importance of trading along the way, you should know how to control your position.
(read "" the three steps guide you in deciding your trading position." "