The Asia Range Grid strategy combines the popular RSI Cross strategy with a Grid entry and exit system.
The strategy looks for entry signals by watching the Relative Strength Index (RSI). If the RSI drops to an oversold level, the strategy will place a buy trade. Likewise, when the RSI rises to an overbought level, the strategy will place a sell trade.
The strategy then uses a grid system to determine further entry points. The user specifies an interval in pips, which establish a distance between grid lines. After the first position is open, should the market move through a new grid line, a new position is opened.
Positions are only closed one of two ways. Either an individual position will reach its take profit price, or the user defined session time will end which will close all the strategy’s open positions.
The following are inputs available in the application:
RSIPeriod – The number of bars used to calculate RSI
RSIOverbought – The overbought level of the RSI indicator used to create sell trades.
RSIOversold – The oversold level of the RSI indicator used to create buy trades.
LotSize – The size of each trade
GridSpacingPips – Distance between two grid levels.
TakeProfit – The take profit (limit) price, as defined by a number of pips away from the open price
MaxTradesPerSession – Maximum number of trades allowed to open during the session
StartTime – Start time of the session. Trades are only opened and closed during the session.
StopTime – Close time of the session. Trades are only opened and closed during the session.
MagicNumber – A unique identifier that allows the strategy to account for and manage its trades
MaxDeviation – The maximum slippage allowed (in pips)
The application displayed on this page does not take in to consideration your individual personal circumstances and trading objectives. Therefore it should not be considered as a personal recommendation or investment advice. Past performance is not indicative of future results. There is no guarantee that the systems, trading techniques, trading methods, and/or indicators will result in profits or not result in losses.
An FXCM account is required (including free FXCM demo accounts).