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#### jezzer47

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**2019 Donor**

So this is a makeup for my last strategy post. My last strategy didn't have any entry criteria and was more philosophy than a strategy. So here is my very first strategy I ever learned which still holds up to this day.

On the chart place 2 Macd indicators. I like to use macd two lines, and macd histogram.

For macd two lines settings are 3/6/20

for macd histogram settings are 50/100/9

The basis of this strategy is that we use the Macd histogram to determine the trend. Then we look for pullbacks on the trend with the macd two lines. Some criteria that must be met to get a valid setup.

1. the macd value line (default blue on settings) must pull above or below the 0 levels.

2. the macd avg line (default yellow) must be above the 0 for a uptrend or below the 0 for a downtrend.

When you get a valid setup the macd value line will create a sort of a bubble. This is signaling a pullback granted that the avg line and trend coincide with each other.

Entry is above or below pull back bar or when the value line crosses above or below the avg line

The exit is on you. No designated exit for this.

Please remember that since we are following trend choppy markets will not be good to trade.

Also, some trades will not be exact. The valid setup is the perfect variation but as in trading, nothing is ever perfect.

If you want to add other indicators to complement it you can such as ema or pivot levels.

As with any system, this does give false signals when the trend changes. That is something you have to live with when trading.

Ask any questions and I will try my best to answer.

*edit scan settings

uptrend:

downtrend:

On the chart place 2 Macd indicators. I like to use macd two lines, and macd histogram.

For macd two lines settings are 3/6/20

for macd histogram settings are 50/100/9

The basis of this strategy is that we use the Macd histogram to determine the trend. Then we look for pullbacks on the trend with the macd two lines. Some criteria that must be met to get a valid setup.

1. the macd value line (default blue on settings) must pull above or below the 0 levels.

2. the macd avg line (default yellow) must be above the 0 for a uptrend or below the 0 for a downtrend.

When you get a valid setup the macd value line will create a sort of a bubble. This is signaling a pullback granted that the avg line and trend coincide with each other.

Entry is above or below pull back bar or when the value line crosses above or below the avg line

The exit is on you. No designated exit for this.

Please remember that since we are following trend choppy markets will not be good to trade.

Also, some trades will not be exact. The valid setup is the perfect variation but as in trading, nothing is ever perfect.

If you want to add other indicators to complement it you can such as ema or pivot levels.

As with any system, this does give false signals when the trend changes. That is something you have to live with when trading.

Ask any questions and I will try my best to answer.

*edit scan settings

uptrend:

Code:

```
MACD("fast length" = 3, "slow length" = 6, "macd length" = 20)."Avg" is greater than 0 and
MACD("fast length" = 3, "slow length" = 6)."Value" is less than 0 and
MACD("fast length" = 3, "slow length" = 6)."Value" is less than MACD("fast length" = 3, "slow length" = 6, "macd length" = 20)."Avg" and
MACD("fast length" = 50, "slow length" = 100)."Value" is greater than MACD("fast length" = 50, "slow length" = 100)."Avg" and
MACD("fast length" = 50, "slow length" = 100)."Value" is greater than MACD("fast length" = 50, "slow length" = 100)."ZeroLine"
```

Code:

```
MACD("fast length" = 3, "slow length" = 6, "macd length" = 20)."Avg" is less than 0 and
MACD("fast length" = 3, "slow length" = 6)."Value" is greater than 0 and
MACD("fast length" = 3, "slow length" = 6)."Value" is greater than MACD("fast length" = 3, "slow length" = 6, "macd length" = 20)."Avg" and
MACD("fast length" = 50, "slow length" = 100)."Value" is less than MACD("fast length" = 50, "slow length" = 100)."Avg" and
MACD("fast length" = 50, "slow length" = 100)."Value" is less than MACD("fast length" = 50, "slow length" = 100)."ZeroLine"
```

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