FX Vortex 2.0 - super accurate and fast signals
FX Vortex 2.0 (or Vortex Sniper 2.0) is a combination of several analytical algorithms that together are capable of generating accurate buy / sell signals. The signals are intuitive and will not be difficult even for novice traders. The system can be used on any timeframe with major currency pairs. And of course no repainting - Vortex 2.0 100% non-repaint.
Characteristics of the FX Vortex 2.0
- Platform: Metatrader4
- Currency pairs: Any currency pairs, recommended major
- Trading Time: Any
- Time Frame: M5 and higher
- Recommended broker: InstaForex, Forex4you, RoboForex
How it works? Trading rules by Vortex Sniper 2.0
The system offers a choice of 4 templates for different market situations:
- FXVORTEX1, FXVORTEX2 - for low volatility market
- FXVORTEX3 and FXVORTEX4 - for high volatility markets
You can choose the template that suits you best. And now you are ready to trade.
The signal appears as a gray rectangle when all the conditions of the system's trading algorithms are met.
Price still in the narrow range. Waiting for signal:
When the price breaks the upper border of the gray channel, a BUY signal appears and the recommended Stop Loss levels and three Take Profit levels (TP1, TP2 and TP3):
The trade should remain open until it hits take profit. As we can see on the below example it went much higher than the TP3 level:
A sell signal is generated in the same way as a buy signal.
We are waiting for the signal to appear:
When the price crosses the lower border of the gray rectangle, a sell signal appears. The red zones will show us the Take Profit levels. Stop Loss at the upper border of the gray rectangle:
As we can see in the example below, the price dropped much below the TP3 level:
Why three Take Profits? Here is what the author of this system answers to this:
Each signal gives us 3 different take profit levels. This number is not accidental, because it reflects every type of trader from a very conservative one, through a standard one to a much more favorable RR ratio.
How to use it correctly? The simplest method is to observe the price. If it moves quickly and dynamically, we can usually count on TP3. If it has difficulties with volatility, or the market is just about to close an important trading session (like EU or US), it’s better to aim for lower values like TP1 or TP2
You can see the work of the Vortex Sniper 2.0 more clearly in this video:
In the archive FX_Vortex_2.rar (782,0 Kb):
- FXVORTEX - Users Manual.pdf
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