Sideways Break Out

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SIDEWAYS BREAKOUT TRADING SIGNALS AND SYSTEM (SWAYS TSS)

The Trend Indicators and Trailing stop are included in the SWAYS TSS

For further information please read the Trend indicators and    Trailing Stop Users Guide.

 

trend and trail explain

 

The Breakout by price from a sideways consolidation area/zone is a much favoured trading strategy.

The SIDEWAYS BREAKOUT TRADING SIGNALS AND SYSTEM (SWAYS TSS) 

            Produces multiple signals for both long and short trade entry/exit thereby allowing the trader to capitalize from these breakouts.

The chart below shows examples of the sideways zones and signals produced by the Sways TSS

Sways Bo zones and signals recapThe chart and summary below depict the SwaysTSS applied to the Euro from May 2014 and May 2015.

Sways Bo daily strategy comboThe summary below shows the SwaysTSS applied to a diverse basket of futures over an 18 month period.

Sways Bo daily strategy summary combo

 

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