rollas

Triple Sar Scalping 5M

11889 views
1314
Triple Parabolic SAR scalping method must be used with a 5 minute chart. Look for the patterns that 3 bands overlap. Close deal within 4-5 pip profit or build your own style after getting comfortable with this technique and share your approach with us for maybe higher profits.
Protected script
This script is published closed-source and you may use it freely. You can favorite it to use it on a chart. You cannot view or modify its source code.
Want to use this script on a chart?

Comments

HI, can i get access please??
+1 Reply
PLEASE ACCESS
+1 Reply
rollas hi123
@hi123,

It is public. You can use it freely...
+7 Reply
claysee rollas
@rollas, i dont have access that? its not in public dear
+1 Reply
@claysee, It is. I'm using it, in fact. Only thing you can't do is to see and modify the script
+1 Reply
Hi @rollas, I just tried a couple of paper trades using your indicator alongside one I was already using (HPotter's "FX Sniper" set to 5/5/0.618 and a colour-changing 16 HullMA).

On the first trade the PSARs lined-up so that the red (fast) was on top of the green (medium) and the blue (long).

In the second one, though, the green stayed on top of the red and the blue for a while until it over-lapped with the red.

What I am trying to understand is if there is an "ideal lining-up" for the 3 PSAR or their position relative to each other doesn't really matter?

Many thanks!
Reply
GoldenRatioTA GoldenRatioTA
@rollas this is a snapshot of the second trade - the one with the red and green overlapping

Reply
GoldenRatioTA GoldenRatioTA
@rollas and this is the first trade

Reply
GoldenRatioTA GoldenRatioTA
@rollas I'd greatly appreciate it if you could please enlighten me on the best way to use your indicator. Cheers!
Reply
Hi

Kindly give access for your script
Reply
Home Stock Screener Forex Screener Crypto Screener Economic Calendar About Chart Features Pricing Refer a friend House Rules Help Center Website & Broker Solutions Widgets Charting Solutions Lightweight Charting Library Blog & News Twitter