By the Day-Hour strategy, the trader only trades the trend and looks for signals on smaller timerames. This helps to decrease risks and trade the trend.
This article is devoted to the details of Larry Williams strategy, based on the Moving Averages; to the signals to buy and sell and whether Stop Losses are necessary.
The “From Pullback” indicator-less strategy is based on quite a fair supposition that a price move, especially an impulse, will quite fairly continue in the same direction than change it. The strategy applies to Forex, futures, and stock markets.
Among the most popular indicators for stock trading, there are the Bollinger Bands. They are very sensitive to market volatility and might act as not only support/resistance levels but as target levels as well. The Bollinger strategy is based exactly on these peculiarities of the indicator.
In this article, the author describes the VSA Method — a method of market analysis created by Tom Williams. The method is based on studying the spread, volume, and closing price of the bar. Also, it helps find the points in which the price escapes flats, and reversal patterns on highs and lows.
The Midnight trading strategy is a curious way to work on daily charts. It requires very little time from the trader: just assess the charts at midnight, place pending orders, correct and track changes (at midnight only).
The Providec trading strategy is one of the simplest Forex strategies that I have ever seen: just two indicators than never close the price chart.