DIDI Trading System
This trading system is based on only one Index DIDI indicator. This indicator was created by a Brazilian trader and analyst Odir Aguiar (Didi). The Index DIDI is the result of his 25 years of experience. The indicator consists of moving averages of 3, 8 and 20 periods, built relative to the zero line. Crossing of this line and the average between them and gives signals for input and output. A strong signal is considered to be when the means intersect near the zero line. The indicator works best in periods of high volatility. The system can be used for any currency pair and for any timeframe. Two indicators are set on the chart. When trading on M15, chart H1 is added, chart H4 is added on H1, etc. The indicator settings can be adjusted.
The first adjustable parameter is the time frame. Its default value is “Current time frame”. It is automatically set according to the current schedule. Other values can be M1, M5, M15, M30, H1, H4, D1, W1, MN. Next come the parameters of moving averages and signals. In addition, the indicator can show the intersection points of the middle vertical lines. To do this, set the ShowLines parameter to true. The colors of these lines are also adjustable.
Examples of trading signals on this system. Two indicators are installed on the chart M15. One for the current timeframe, the second for the senior H1. First, let’s look at the position of the lines on the upper timeframe. While the red line is above the blue one, the trend is directed downwards. In this case, we wait for the crossing on a smaller timeframe and open a position to sell. When the red crosses down the blue, the trend on this timeframe changes direction. This is a signal to close a Sell and open a Buy position. Vertical lines show the exact entry points.
The DIDI Trading system shows signals for opening positions well, but often, if you wait for a signal to return, you can lose all movement. That’s what happens on the flute market. Therefore, it is necessary to use other ways to determine the output points. Stops are set at local minimums and maximums, and when a profit is obtained, they are pulled into a lossless position. For intraday trading it is better to use the most volatile time – European and American sessions. In the medium term, select the most volatile pairs.