Forex Moving Average Trading System a Very Simple But Also Very Powerful and Profitable

This Forex Trading System is very simple and easy to use, but also very powerful and profitable. It’s based on trend following strategy that works with all currency pairs and time frames.

The indicators used with this system are very clear in their signals. That makes it easy to follow and understand even for traders with minimum trading experience.

First of all, you will need to have Metatrader platform installed and ready. And it’s a free trading platform and most brokers support this platform. If you don’t have it installed on your computer then simply go to Google and search for any broker that supports Metatrader. Open a free demo account and install Metatrader. It won’t take more than five minutes.


Trading Rules


BUY Signal

1 – Price Above RED moving average indicator ( Megatrend )
2 – JRSX Indicator showing RED line at or above 70


SELL Signal

1 – Price Below Green moving average indicator ( Megatrend )
2 – JRSX Indicator showing GREEN line at or below 30




For Targets we are going to use support and resistance indicator. This indicator shows the major support and resistance over a specific period of time. For example: 7 days.
You can change the period used by the indicator from the settings window, if you like.

Green line = Sell trades target


Red line = Buy trades target



The recommended stop loss is the last support and resistance level. but if you don’t know how to trade with support and resistance, you can also use fixed number of pips for each trade.


  • For 15M and 30M time frames – 50 Pips
  • For 1H time frame – 75 Pips
  • For 4H time frame – 100 pips

While the system can be used with all time frames, The above are the recommended time frames.


Trading Hours


The forex market hours stretch from Monday morning in Sydney, Australia to Friday afternoon in New York. During that time the market is open somewhere around the globe at all hours of the day or night.

However it is not a 24/7 market because it does shut down on weekends. 24/5 would be more accurate.

If you need to know the exact times that the markets open and close, you have to take time zones into consideration. It is very simple when expressed in UTC. This is Universal Coordinated Time, formerly known as Greenwich Mean Time. This is the standard (winter) time in Greenwich, London which is the point of zero longitude on the globe.

So, the normal forex market hours are 22.00 Sunday UTC to 22.00 Friday UTC. This is 10 pm in the UK in winter time.

New York is 5 hours behind the UK so the global forex market opens and closes at 5 pm Sunday/Friday in New York, 2 pm on the US west coast, 11 pm in Germany, 8 am Monday/Saturday in Sydney.

Things get a little complicated when you start to try to take summer time daylight saving into account. This makes one hour difference in countries that observe it. But daylight saving operates in a different way in the southern hemisphere countries such as Australia which have summer time from September to March instead of March to September.

The hours of the different major national markets are as follows:

  • Sydney: 10 pm to 7 am UTC
  • Tokyo: 12 midnight to 9 am UTC
  • London: 8 am to 5 pm UTC
  • New York: 1 pm to 10 pm UTC

Or we can express that in EST (Eastern US time):

  • Sydney: 5 pm to 2 am EST
  • Tokyo: 7 pm to 4 am EST
  • London: 3 am to 12 noon EST
  • New York: 8 am to 5 pm EST

You can see that these correspond to 24 hour cover.

However, this does not necessarily mean that trading will be good at all of these times. Just after a major market opens, the prices can be very volatile and unpredictable. Many traders will stay out of the forex market for up to an hour four times a day when the financial markets are waking up in these major cities.

The US dollar is the most traded currency by a long way, involved in 2.5 times as many trades as its nearest rival the euro. This means that events in the USA have a greater impact on the financial markets than events in other countries.

The New York market tends to slow down around 3 pm local time (8 pm UTC) and if you are involved in a US dollar pair, this can be a good time to stop trading for the day.

So theoretically you can trade 24 hours a day from Sunday night to Friday night. Automated software in the form of a forex robot can even make this physically possible. However, a cautious trader will choose his times and will not be active during all of the forex market hours.

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