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RSI Triple Stochastic Divergence Indicator
Introduction to the RSI Triple Stochastic Divergence Indicator
The RSI Triple Stochastic Divergence indicator is a marvelous buy/sell signals indicator that is based on the Relative Strenght Index (RSI) and a custom Triple Stochastic technical indicator.
The values provided by that gauge fluctuates between two extreme values: 28 and -28. There is a special gray zone in between, that works as a filter. This zone reduces noise and false signals significantly, making the actual signals much more accurate and reliable.
The RSI Triple Stochastic Divergence indicator is a pretty universal trading tool and works for scalping, swing trading, and day trading purposes.
It fits all kinds of timeframes and currency pairs.
The indicator is displayed in a separate window placed just below the main trading chart.
The default settings can be modified directly from the input tab. Feel free to experiment with the settings and parameters to fit your personal preferences.
How does it work? How to apply in trading?
Trading Rules Explanation
Signals provided by the RSI Triple Stochastic Divergence Indicator are really intuitive and will not cause you difficulties. Simply follow the suggestions below.
Buy Entry: Open long trade after the RSI Triple Stochastic Divergence indicator blue bar exceeds the 28 value or/and leaves the gray area. Optionally, the black line shouldn’t leave that gray area yet, otherwise, the signal is a bit late. Place your stop loss a few pips below the last swing low.
Sell Entry: Open short trade after the RSI Triple Stochastic Divergence indicator red bar drops below the -28 value or/and leaves the gray area. Optionally, the black line shouldn’t leave that gray area yet, otherwise, the signal is a bit late. Place your stop loss a few pips above the swing high.
Exit Trade / Take Profit: That forex indicator itself doesn’t provide exit signals on its own, so use your own preferred method of trade exit. Some ideas you can get are using pivot points, support and resistance levels, oscillators, etc.
As always, to achieve good results, remember about proper money management. To be a profitable trader you need to master discipline, emotions, and psychology. It is crucial to know when to trade, but also when not to trade. Avoid trading during unfavorable times and market conditions like low volume/volatility conditions, beyond major sessions, exotic currency pairs, wider spread, etc.
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