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Trending with Trust


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Trending with Trusts indicator is both a trend indicator and a signal indicator.

This indicator helps users to identify the current trend of the market, whether it is bullish or bearish.

This indicator will then provide signals for entering positions, whether it is a SELL or BUY, based on the trend.

When the trend line is red in colour, it means the market is bearish. However, if it is blue, it means the market is bullish.

Similarly, when a blue arrow pointing upwards appear, it is a signal to enter a BUY position. However, when a red signal pointing downwards appear, it is a signal to enter a SELL position.

Risk Disclaimer

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.


This automated strategy is only compatible with FXCM MetaTrader 4 software. Additionally, an FXCM account is required (including free FXCM demo accounts).

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