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What is a trading strategy?

It’s never a good idea to make your trading decisions based on a feeling. The most successful traders are those who devote a lot of time to learning about the markets and developing a strong sense of risk management through proper use of trading strategies. Learning about the markets helps you begin to see patterns, trends and conditions in the market and, eventually, the strategies themselves will allow you to predict the most probable outcomes.

How to use trading strategies?

All trading is risky, that is why learning about trading strategies helps you manage the risk. This all comes with experience, but one of the best ways of learning how to use them is by practising on a demo account, which allows you to test your strategies in a live environment that carries zero risks since you’re not investing a single dime of your own money.
Demo trading builds your confidence to start real-time trading, so it’s a good idea to take your time and practice as much as possible first.

Once you’ve figured out which style suits you best, it’s time to start exploring strategies. Here are some of the most popular ones

Clear signals

In many situations it is relatively easy to determine the direction that a market will probably take in the future.

But when it comes to timing, i.e. determining when to specifically enter and exit the market, even experienced professionals get into trouble.

In order to make such a decision you can look to all sorts of sources of information from fundamental data, technical indicators, market news, chart information, event astrology is sometimes used by traders when making their forecasts, and all of this information is available as software or on the internet.

No wonder that traders feel lost in this jungle. It is also clear what one dreams of in such a situation; of an instrument that is simple to use and leads to assured success.

We at adblue have made this dream our mission. The principle that we are applying is the translation of useful information and calculations into clear signals that can still be adapted to each trading approach.


The PipVariometer

Knowing that markets move is one thing. To act precisely, it is also important to know your precise speed and your momentum, which is why we developed the PipVariometer. Pip is used to indicate the smallest unit of an instrument.

“To pip” also means to beat out someone by the smallest possible margin. Thus, it makes the little pip important to you. The PipVariometer allows you, via a drop down menu, to view three different instrument pairs at once.


The Trend Module

As the name clearly indicates, this tool is specially designed to supply indications regarding market tendencies:
Similar to the Swing Module, the trends in the market are visually presented.
A climbing blue bar indicates upward trend phases and a falling red bar indicates a downward trend. The special advantage of this module is the indication as to how long a trend can continue or how far it has advanced to the expected high point.

“The trend is your friend,” says an old trading proverb. TradeMaster can tell you how long a trend could continue.
These two modules are just examples of our unique signal modules that we have integrated into our TradeMaster® and make available to our customers free of charge.


The Analyzer Module

The number of indicators for the marketplace events is unmanageably high. It begins with simple technical indicators and fundamental data to highly complicated mathematical formulas or neural networks, the range of analytical tools and indication instruments is so vast that an individual can barely keep track of them. The individual trader can lose his way in more than the variety of market indicators. The user finds it very confusing deciphering the purpose of individual instruments and when and why they are useful to traders. At adblue trading engineers are working for traders. And thus, the interpretation of market indicators has been on our agenda from the very beginning.
The goal we have set for ourselves when developing TradeMaster® was to integrate the market indicators in the software so that the user does not need to interpret individual indicators or combinations of indicators but will receive clear signals that he/she can immediately use when deciding to go long or short. Therefore we made it our primary focus to have the type of signaling adjusted for the corresponding trading approach.
An instrument was created with the TradeMaster® Analyzer Module that combines universal application possibilities with clear statements. A large range of alternative tools that can be set to allow for optimal signaling for your individual trading approach - of course, without forcing you to additionally evaluate charts.


Momentum Indicator

As the name says, this indicator shows the current momentum on the market. If there is no momentum, the bar will be empty (white).

Should the momentum be positive, the bar will fill with blue; should the momentum turn negative, the bar will turn red.