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This is the Forex Modella System, welcome.

This is a strong strategy based on the MACD and Stochastic Oscillator Indicators, price breaking out of prior highs/lows on the main chart, and predetermined rules to guarantee maximum returns with little risk and precise entry.

The reason it’s named the Modella system is that it produces the ideal model for an effective, simple-to-use system that enables you to easily spot trades and enter and exit them with little to no work on your side.

If you adhere to the extremely basic guidelines we have outlined here, you should discover that this technique makes an excellent addition to your trading toolbox since simplicity saves you time and may enable you to earn far more money.

Whether you’re a scalper or a long-term trader, the Modella method may be able to assist you to locate more precise entries and successful trades in less time since it is flexible and can be utilized on all time frames.

As with every transaction we do, our objective is to use sound trade management to minimize risk and increase profits.

The key to being a good trader is to consistently make cautious gains each day while trading and retain them.

We really hope you like using it and, of course, that it increases your profitability.

Previous Highs and Lows

Before diving into the system’s regulations, let’s define what we mean by “Previous Highs” and “Previous Lows,” which we will need to do in order to adhere to the rules of the system and appropriately establish our objectives.

In essence, what we refer to as a high or low point may be thought of as a swing point. At these moments, the price turns around and proceeds in the opposite direction from where it first headed.

Swing High

When the high of the price at one particular point is higher than the highs of the candles to its left and right, this is known as a swing high.

Image 1: Swing High

Swing Low

When the low of a price at a certain point is lower than the lows of the candles to its left and right, this is known as a swing low.

Image 2: Swing Low


Image 3: Swing Highs and Swing Lows

Now, let’s have a look at the rules we need to use so we trade the system effectively.

BUY (LONG) Trade Rules

1. At least 3 candles must have passed before the current price/entry candle for the MACD value to be higher than the signal line.

2. At least one candle or more must have burned before the current price for the fast or Blue line of the Stochastic Oscillator to be above the slow or Redline. (The lines’ levels, such as whether they are 20 or 80 levels above or below the median line, are irrelevant.)

3. Start the transaction as soon as the price rises above the prior high.

4. The stop loss order is placed a few pip below the most recent swing low.

5. Set the target or exit at a rate that is 20 to 30 pip higher than the entering point.

Image 4: Buy (Long) Rules

SELL (SHORT) Trade Rules

  1. For at least three candles previous to the current price, the MACD value must be lower than the signal line.
  2. For at least 1 candle or more previous to the current price, the fast or Blue line of the Stochastic Oscillator must be lower than the slow or Redline. (It doesn’t matter if the lines are above or below the median line, or whether they have 20 or 80 levels.)
  3. As soon as the price drops below the prior low mark, place your transaction. Stop Loss
  4. positioned a few pips higher than the most recent swing high
  5. The target or exit point should be set 20 to 30 pip higher than the entering point.

Image 5: Sell (Short) Rules

Trade Management

Implementing Trade Management will guarantee that you make more money while also ensuring that you lose less money than you would have otherwise.

You should take the following actions to handle the trade:

1. Close half of your positions when the price achieves a 20 pip profit.

2. Change the stop loss order to the break-even point (your entry level).

3. You have now banked some pips, which are securely kept in your account. You’ll bank more if the price meets the objective. Since the Stop Loss has been moved to your break-even point (the level of your entry), you will not lose any money if price reverses and pulls you out of a trade (by hitting your Stop Loss), which puts you in a highly advantageous position.

Image 6: Trade Management.



We believe that this strategy is quite easy to use and comprehend, and when applied in accordance with the rules and these few sophisticated trade management concepts, it has the potential to be highly rewarding for you.

We really hope you like using it as much as we do, and we look forward to giving you more profitable trading tools in the future.



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