The following system is very simple, it is "Time Frame 15".

This system is purely based on price action. To unify, we will see where prices bounce from. In this strategy, we only use 15-minute timeframes, as shorter timeframes will give more false signals, and more importantly, they will need large stops. Note that do not trade large volumes, what we focus on is making as much money as possible from a small investment.
  • Time frame: 15 minutes
  • Currency pair: only trade EURUSD and GBPUSD
  • Indicator: 
  • 200 EMA (1HR 50EMA)
  • 800 EMA (4HR 50 EMA)
  • 10 EMA
  • Round number indicator
  • Trading Time Indicator
  • Traders Dynamic Index (TDI)
Don't add more MAs line as they will mess up the chart. The moment we look for a trade is after the London market opens. Why? Since that is when more money comes into the market, more money means more motivation, and more dynamics mean more pips, in the end, people can make a lot of profit.


The Traders Dynamic Index (TDI) is a powerful indicator that uses the RSI (Relative Strength Index), MA, and elastic bands (based on Bollinger Bands) to give traders a complete picture of the trading market. This indicator can be either audible or visual.

TDI can be a little tricky at first, but it will get used to:
  • For scalp trading, enter a buy command when the blue line is above the red line, and a sell command when the red line is above the blue line
  • For short-term trading, enter a buy command when the blue line is above both the red and the yellow line, and a sell command when the red line is above the blue line and the yellow line
  • For medium-term trading, enter buy command with the same conditions as short term trades but only if all lines are below 50, for sell command the same but all lines must be above 50
Watch for ribbon in blue as it shows the strength of the long-term trend when ribbon wide. The green line going steeper is also a signal that the market is elastic in the short term.


We will wait for the London market to open. Then we will look for trades that are 200 ema away. Before starting the trade, the price should close below the 10 ema line for the sell command and above the 10 ema line for the buy command.


The stop loss is 20 pips, the target profit depends on the trader, it is possible to let it run until the TDI intersection occurs. Like other systems, this system can still fail at times of strong elasticity. Demo, backtest, demo, backtest until everyone is comfortable with this tactic. Move the stop to the breakeven point after 12 pips so you don't want to give back what everyone has. And never to risk more than 2% on every trade.

It will be easy if everyone has ever traded with a TDI indicator. In this setting, the green TDI line should cut the yellow line.


Below is a chart illustrating the trade entering a second command, set up for a sell signal because the price is below the 200 ema line and the price is rebounding to the Round Number Indicator, and as expected it finally broke:

In the chart below the price is rebounding the Round Number indicator. After the London session opened, buyers tried to push the price up but could not hold it, and then the prices fell sharply. Much after the market opens there will be a fake move. That is why we have to set up so that there is no sell command above the 200 ema and no buy command below the 200 ema. Sometimes it will take a few trades, but that's okay:

Note for longer frame traders, only start the intersection below the yellow line for sell command and above the yellow line for buy command. Here's an example that works very well on a 4H chart:

Remember to demo and backtest until mastered before trading real