CFD/FX Options strategy 

Scalping on the MACD indicator

You can obtain profits every 60 seconds with turbo options. As with the standard binary options, calculation and accuracy are important here. Scalping on the MACD indicator helps to increase the number of profitable trades and reduce trading risks. Just a few simple settings, and everything is ready for profitable trading!

What is scalping?

Scalping is a style of trading where a trader makes a large number of transactions with a short expiration period in order to get profit on intraday price movements.

In the binary options market, turbo options are being used, since a short expiration period allows obtaining profit from every, even small, jump or fall in price.

Strategy template setting

Open the Binomo platform and select the MACD indicator in the lower left corner:

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Make such settings:

  • Fast Length – 25
  • Slow Length – 50
  • MACD length – 9

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Then add another MACD indicator, but with the following settings:

  • Fast Length – 7
  • Slow Length – 12
  • MACD length – 9

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Thus, two MACD indicators appeared on the chart:

  • The first shows the direction of the trend. Transactions will only be made according to the direction of the trend;
  • The second indicates the moments when the price is at the end of correction. The transactions will be made at these moments.

For short expiration periods, shorter time frames are best suited, using them one can track the smallest price changes. Choose the time frame 5S for this strategy.

Make transactions UPWARDS when:

  • The lines of the first MACD indicator (showing the direction of the trend) crossed the zero level upwards. This means an uptrend;
  • The lines of the second MACD indicator (showing the moments of ending the correction) first fell below the zero level, and then again rose higher:

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ATTENTION! If by the time of ending the correction (when the lines of the second indicator crossed the zero level upwards) the first indicator managed to fall below the zero level (downtrend), it is not recommended to trade UPWARDS!

Make transactions DOWNWARDS when:

  • The lines of the first MACD indicator (showing the direction of the trend) crossed the level 0 downwards. This means a downward trend;
  • The lines of the second MACD indicator (showing the moments of ending the correction) first rose above the zero level, and then again fell down:

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ATTENTION! If by the time of ending the correction (when the lines of the second indicator crossed the zero level downwards) the first indicator managed to rise above the zero level (uptrend), it is not recommended to trade DOWNWARDS!

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