Australian Bollinger Band 1-Hour Strategy

Aussie Bollinger Band 30-Minute Strategy

Dec. 6, 2023

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G’day again!

As you’re reading this, I’m probably somewhere over the Pacific Ocean in a different day.

Time traveling is confusing.

But this week we promised to talk about some robots similar to what I presented and this is the 2nd one.

Master Trend 30-Minute GJPY BB Strategy (Dec. 2023)

Long Entry: A close above the Upper Band (this was a unique idea to traders at the Conference). Do the opposite for Shorts. Bollinger Band length is 80 and std dev is 3/-3.
Target: 350 pips
Stop: 200 pips
Time Exit: 450 bars (Long), 430 (Short)
Trading Window: Between 9-11 am Eastern

On stage I said I prefer bigger timeframes like 1-hour and up for trend following strategies because the signals are better.

And then the 30-M chart makes me think twice.

Here’s the Equity Curve via Portfolio Architect:

Granted, it does do some losing. It hesitates right at first in 2013. But it has excellent winning streaks and hypothetically makes almost 300% also.

What’s interesting to me is that I didn’t change anything this time except the length of the Band. Normally, settings have to be changed substantially to follow the trend on a lower timeframe.

But this one did just fine.

We’ll look at one more thing I found fascinating at the Conference in our next Newsletter.

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