Trading Manual - How to Trade with GUPPY MULTIPLE MOVING

How to trade guppy moving averages

How to trade guppy moving averages


7) If following a trend reversal, fast SMAs changed their direction and arranged in the right order BEFORE slow SMAs did, you should overlook this signal.

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This is because the Guppy consists of exponential moving averages (EMAs), and we’ve mentioned in a previous lesson , EMAs are lagging indicators.

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The CBA chart shows the classic application of the GMMA. We start with the breakout above the straight edge trend line. The vertical line shows the decision point on the day of the breakout. We need to be sure that this breakout is for real and likely to continue upwards. After several months in a downtrend the initial breakout sometimes fails and develops as shown by the thick black line. This signals a change in the nature of the trend line from a resistance function prior to the breakout to a support function after the breakout.

Guppy Trend Forex Trading Strategy provides an opportunity to detect various peculiarities and patterns in price dynamics which are invisible to the naked eye.

In the next candle, the price rises which triggers the buy stop order. The previous sell stop order now becomes your initial stop loss.

7) The fast SMAs must be also heading upwards in the following order: 8 5 8 65   67 65. These lines identify retracement periods and help recognize trend continuation.

If the short-term EMAs cross BELOW the longer-term ones, this is known as a bearish crossover , and indicates that a bearish reversal is occurring.

With any trend-following indicator, you’re always going to end up getting into a trade AFTER the trend has already started, and end up getting out of a trade AFTER the trend has already ended.

Guppy is the name of a strategy developed by Daryl Guppy, a globally recognized trader from Australia. He suggested using as many as two groups of moving averages to identify the strongest phase of a trend.

When compression of both groups of moving averages occurs on the same candlestick, this could indicate an overall trend change.


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