FXS Signals Strategies


Be it trending markets or range themes, the below strategies are diversified to work in different markets conditions, capitalising on common sense set-ups: these can be of technical nature like breakouts at known boundaries; recurring price patterns; convergences of technical indicators, or fundamentally oriented, like price reactions to economic data releases. The whole portfolio is monitored discretionally with an additional layer of macro-analysis. The automated strategies are thereby means to materialise those macro-generated ideas with a favorable edge from the onset. Money management, that is, margin, leverage and total exposure are also assessed discretionally and strategies are switched on and off accordingly.

Spread Reversion 30M - Mean Reversion Strategy

The core structure of Spread Reversion 30M consists in currency indices for all major currencies. These indices are then monitored in terms of volatility and momentum. When a currency index starts to move rapidly in one direction and matches levels not seen in a while, the system looks for another index displaying the same price behaviour but in the opposite direction. It then synthetically builds a currency pair which has a high chance of reversing because its two components have diverged in their trajectories. Spread Reversion 30M is based on 30M data.

Spread Reversion 1H - Mean Reversion Strategy

The core structure of Spread Reversion 1H consists in currency indices for all major currencies. These indices are then monitored in terms of volatility and momentum. When a currency index starts to move rapidly in one direction and matches levels not seen in a while, the system looks for another index displaying the same price behaviour but in the opposite direction. It then synthetically builds a currency pair which has a high chance of reversing because its two components have diverged in their trajectories. Spread Reversion 1H is based on 1H data.

Spread Reversion 4H - Mean Reversion Strategy

The core structure of Spread Reversion 4H consists in currency indices for all major currencies. These indices are then monitored in terms of volatility and momentum. When a currency index starts to move rapidly in one direction and matches levels not seen in a while, the system looks for another index displaying the same price behaviour but in the opposite direction. It then synthetically builds a currency pair which has a high chance of reversing because its two components have diverged in their trajectories. Spread Reversion 4H is based on 4H data.

Spread Reversion 12H - Mean Reversion Strategy

The core structure of Spread Reversion 12H consists in currency indices for all major currencies. These indices are then monitored in terms of volatility and momentum. When a currency index starts to move rapidly in one direction and matches levels not seen in a while, the system looks for another index displaying the same price behaviour but in the opposite direction. It then synthetically builds a currency pair which has a high chance of reversing because its two components have diverged in their trajectories. Spread Reversion 12H is based on 12H data.

RSI OBOS 1H - Mean Reversion Strategy

The RSI OBOS 1H is a strategy that looks into a particular set-up: it enters the market when, after an overextended move, a pair starts its recovery from multi-period lows or highs. Prices often relax at extreme levels, and this strategy picks some of this movement back to previous price levels. It has different ways to reach a target so that it catches benefits rapidly in case the market wants to continue its trend. It works on 1hr charts.

RSI OBOS 2H - Mean Reversion Strategy

The RSI OBOS 2H is a strategy that looks into a particular set-up: it enters the market when, after an overextended move, a pair starts its recovery from multi-period lows or highs. Prices often relax at extreme levels, and this strategy picks some of this movement back to previous price levels. It has different ways to reach a target so that it catches benefits rapidly in case the market wants to continue its trend. It works on 2hr charts.

RSI OBOS 4H - Mean Reversion Strategy

The RSI OBOS 4H is a strategy that looks into a particular set-up: it enters the market when, after an overextended move, a pair starts its recovery from multi-period lows or highs. Prices often relax at extreme levels, and this strategy picks some of this movement back to previous price levels. It has different ways to reach a target so that it catches benefits rapidly in case the market wants to continue its trend. It works on 4hr charts, so you need really extended moves to rouse it from its sleep.

Breakout Fibo 1H - Trend Following Strategy

Breakout Fibo 1H buys and sells breakouts of the previous day's range when technical conditions are favorably for a considerable follow-through. One of these conditions which has to be met is a confluence between a 1,618% extensions of yesterday's range and any Pivot Point support or resistance level. Another technical condition is an injection of volatility measured with Bollinger Bands. This strategy has a favorable ratio between risk and reward, which makes it profitable in the long run despite having a low win rate.

Relative Strength D - Trend Following Strategy

Relative Strength D takes 28 currency pairs and measures their internal strength and momentum. It then establishes a ranking of the strongest and weakest pairs and buys the top of the list and at the same time sells the pairs on the bottom. Should a pair fall from its top position or rise from the bottom, the strategy closes that trade either in profit or in loss. This strategy is always in the market and aims to profit from larger trends.

Market Impact - News Trading Strategy

Market Impact quantifies the potential volatility of an event based on historical data and executes a trade if there is a surprise upon n economic data release. If the deviation is bigger than expected, then we will have an opportunity to profit from it. The strategy follows economic releases from US, Canada, Euro Zone, Germany, UK, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Not all economic releases are traded, only those with the biggest potential impact. The curation of the releases is a selection made by our team of analysts, which is then, case by case, validated automatically.

MACD Divergence 4H - Mean Revertion Strategy

MACD Divergence 4H detects price-oscillator divergences signatures on intraday charts. A divergence occurs when the peaks in the oscillator histogram have gone from mountains to molehills over a certain period while the price went higher. The same vice versa: lower prices with oscillators tending to its central line. This technical situation often heralds a change in price direction which MACD Divergence 4H aims to capture.

Extreme Volatility 4H - Mean Revertion Strategy

Extreme Volatility 4H enters the market when a currency pair faces an above-average decline or advance measured in terms of 1-hour standard deviations. At the same time, technical oscillators have to be well above their neutrality area and at seller/buyer friendly levels. It is best used to join a mid- to long-term trend at significant pull- or throwbacks. Alternatively it can be used in periods of corrective activity and consolidation, by entering trades at price range extremes.

Extreme Volatility 2H - Mean Reversion Strategy

Extreme Volatility 2H enters the market when a currency pair faces an above-average decline or advance measured in terms of 2-hour standard deviations. At the same time, technical oscillators have to be well above their neutrality area and at seller/buyer friendly levels. It is best used to join a mid- to long-term trend at significant pull- or throwbacks. Alternatively it can be used in periods of corrective activity and consolidation, by entering trades at price range extremes.

Extreme Volatility 1H - Mean Reversion Strategy

Extreme Volatility 1H enters the market when a currency pair faces an above-average decline or advance measured in terms of 4-hour standard deviations. At the same time, technical oscillators have to be well above their neutrality area and at seller/buyer friendly levels. It is best used to join a mid- to long-term trend at significant pull- or throwbacks. Alternatively it can be used in periods of corrective activity and consolidation, by entering trades at price range extremes.

Market_Order - Discretionary Strategy

Market Order is used to plant Market Orders when a market situation so requires. The order details like entry and exit levels are entered manually and the system executes them as soon as the strategy is activated. It can be used to hedge open trades from other strategies, or it can be used to increase exposure to the current portfolio in order to best capitalize on a trade idea.

Pending Order - Discretionary Strategy

Pending Order is used to plant Limit or Stop Orders when a market situation so requires. The order details like entry and exit levels are entered manually and the system executes them as soon as the strategy is activated. It can be used to hedge open trades from other strategies, or it can be used to increase exposure to the current portfolio in order to best capitalize on a trade idea.