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SuperSignal Binary Trading Strategy

The SuperSignal strategy for binary trading is, according to our opinion and experience, one of the best low timeframe strategies. It should be profitable if all indicators were used and money management rules obeyed. Beware of the occasional occurrence of false signals and open trades at your discretion.

How to set up the chart

Timeframe: M1
Template: Download the strategy ( download )

How does the template work?

This strategy uses four indicators: Super-signal-channel_alert , demark trendline, x3 semafor and 3c_JRSX_H. After adding all these to MT4, we will clearly see when to make a trade.

When to enter a trade

Buying a CALL option:

  • Upward SuperSignal (an arrow in a circle) appears
  • Buy is confirmed by RSX indicator
  • Martingale can be used

Buying a PUT option:

  • Downward SuperSignal (arrow in circle) appears
  • Buy is confirmed by RSX indicator
  • Martingale can be used

Strategy screenshot

Binární opce SuperSignal strategie

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  1. Hi. I’ve found that indicators downloaded from the link above are very unreliable. Not only do they not compile in mt4, but my computer was also infected with a virus after the download. Can these indicators be sourced elsewhere, preferably in English? I cannot find the supersignal anywhere else and will not attempt another download from the site above. Thank you.

  2. should we take only the red and green circles and ignore Light blue circles .

    or does not matter the circles colours ?

    should we Ignore Light blue arrows ?

    do you have any accuracy results winning ratio ?

    1. Yes, it works exactly as you expect:SQL> select test_result_cache(10) from duTE8TlSa_RESULT_CACHE(10)———&#;212;——— 10Elapsed: 00:00:10.14SQL> select test_result_cache(11) from dual;TEST_RESULT_CACHE(11)——————— 11Elapsed: 00:00:10.00SQL> select test_result_cache(10) from dual;TEST_RESULT_CACHE(10)——————— 10Elapsed: 00:00:00.01SQL> select test_result_cache(11) from dual;TEST_RESULT_CACHE(11)——————— 11Elapsed: 00:00:00.00SQL>

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