Proven Strategies That Keep You Ahead of the Market
Easily apply what you’ve learned about trading system measurement and design
Maximize your swing trade opportunities with the ability to confirm signals with volume breakouts and reversals. Readers of Thomas Stridsman’s book, “Trading Systems That Work,” will have access to over 20 indicators, 5 templates and 3 Strategies based on the systems described in the book. A symbol group is also included for quick basket testing of multiple markets at one time. (It is recommended that you read or have read “Trading Systems That Work” before putting the library trading tools to work.)
Indicators, templates and strategies are pre-programmed in a ready to use format for review and application as you progress through the Stridsman’s book. Please note, the author uses the trading strategies outlined in the book as learning examples only. As a result, the strategies are not intended to be applied to real time trading.
Thomas Stridsman Chap 5 Meander Indicator Template
The Meander Indicator is a price-band indicator that takes all data points within a bar into consideration when calculating moving-average and standard-deviation levels. Or, more precisely, it calculates the percentage difference between the previous bar’s closing price (or average price) and the next bar’s different price levels (open, high, low, and close) before it adds to the latest bar’s closing price (or average price).
Thomas Stridsman Chap 7 Moving Averages Template
With the Moving Averages Template, the strategy is already applied. The strategy looks at the entry value (blue line) and the exit value (red line) with the inclination to make a long entry when they are both greater on the current value than their previous bar value. The opposite is true for short entries.
Thomas Stridsman Chap 11 Gold Digger II Template
This chart template and strategy are based on a comparison of the current close with the week and the close of the previous week. The strategy is designed to enter a long position when the close of the previous week is above the current week’s close and the close of the current week’s close is above the current bar’s close with the close also being lower the last two days. Look for opposite conditions when attempting to make a short entry.
Thomas Stridsman Chap 7 Standard Deviation Breakout Template
The Standard Deviation Breakout Template includes 3 indicators, including the standard deviation UpBand (blue line), which calculated at 2 standard deviations above the MidBand. The MidBand (grey line) and the LoBand (red line), which is calculated at 2 standard deviations below the MidBand are also included.