There are many ways you can use our indicator to find trades. We've listed our favourite setups below.
Trading the KISS Reversal Signals
Our signal is an order flow algo that detects potential reversals. Some of these signals also turn into tops and bottoms of big moves in the market. These signals are best traded with context. By far the easiest way is to trade the signals that come at areas of support or resistance.
The green and red bands have been manually drawn on the charts above.
Trading the KISS Support & Resistance Bands
In version 2.1.10+ of our indicator, all areas of potential support and resistance are automatically drawn. These work straight out of the box with nothing to configure.
The setup we use to trade these occurs frequently, and is easy to spot:
- Wait for price to touch a green (support) or red (resistance) band
- If the first or second bar (after touching the band) closes in the opposite direction, enter!
As with any setup, no trade will work 100% of the time. It is important to wait for price to react at the area of potential support or resistance before taking the trade.
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