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Well, today I am going to teach you one of the most accurate strategies i.e ADX strategy.
What is ADX Indicator?
ADX or Average Directional Index is a technical analysis Indicator used by traders to find the trend.
This system was developed by Willer Wilder.
The main aim of this indicator was to measure the strength of the price movement in positive or negative directions using +DI or -DI.
Here, +DI = Directional Indicator (Positive) is the difference between current high and previous high.
-Di = Directional Indicator ( Negative ) is the difference between current lows and previous lows.
ADX = The average of +DI and – DI.
ADX strategy is one of the most powerful and easiest strategies.
Here, to illustrate ADX Strategy. I will use Olymp Trade. If you don’t have an Olymp Trade account Click here
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Now, once you have signed up via the link above. you will land on the Olymp Trade dashboard.
Firstly, Click on the chart button and select Japanese Candlestick from the menu.
Secondly, click on the Indicator button and select ADX from the menu.
Your dashboard will look something like given below.
Now, click on the pencil sign and dark the +DI, -DI, and ADX lines for more clarity.
That’s it!! The basic setup is over. now let’s look at ADX strategy.
The golden rule of ADX strategy says:
If +DI and -DI intersects each other but +DI is above the -DI then here, we should go for BUY Trade.
If +DI and -DI intersects each other but -DI is above the +DI then here, we should go for SELL Trade.
Now, you must be wondering what is the role of ADX then?
Well, ADX is the most important.
If there is a lot of confusion between the +DI and – DI line then we will trade using ADX with Support and resistance.
The golden rule of ADX says.
If ADX is below 20 then there is no trend.
If ADX is above 25 then there is a strong bullish or bearish trend.
If ADX is above 35 then there is an extreme trend and you can make lots of profit here.
Here, we can clearly see +DI and -DI intersects each other but +DI is above the -DI then here, we should go for BUY Trade.
At Point 1, there is a lot of confusion between the +DI and – DI line then we will trade using ADX and Support and Resistance lines.
At point no 2 and point 3, we can clearly see +DI and -DI intersects each other but +DI is above the -DI then here, we should go for BUY Trade.
I hope you have found this article helpful.
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