The Hull Moving Average Strategy - My Templates

There are 2 main templates:

  1. Used to trade H4, D1, W1, and MN1
  2. Used to trade H1 and lower timeframes

The only difference between the two templates is that the number 2 includes an indicator that shows the opening and closing prices of the session, used today the trade. You can adjust it to suit your time zone and trading framework. If you are not trading, use template 1.

Template 1: includes indicators

Chart window:

  • yellow line = 5 EMA, Shift +2, Close;
  • HMA Line (Hull Moving Average) = Period: 12, Method: 3, Price: 0 - Colors Lime Green and Deep Pink;
  • Heiken Ashi
  • Synergy_APB
  • Bar Clock
  • Magnified Market Price

Below window:

  • RSI 14
  • Stochastic (8,3,3)
  • Stochastic (14,3,3)
  • 50 Line

Template 2: Similar to 1 but adds an indicator JF_TradingTimes tells you when a market opens and closes

None of these indicators redraw on their own after the price closes.

The Hull Moving Average Strategy - 2 basic ways to enter positions

At first, you might think there are too many indicators and too many things to remember, but I bet once you understand how each indicator works, the signals from the colors, everything becomes extremely simple.

Signal color:
  • Green and blue mean "UP".
  • Red and orange are "DOWN"
  • The rest of the colors don't mean anything
Enter an order At an intersection:
  1. HMA Line is green and crosses up the yellow line for buy orders OR the HMA Line is pink and cuts down the yellow line for Sell orders.
  2.  The candles must just change from blue to red / orange for a sell order, or from red/orange to blue for a buy order.
  3. After conditions 1 and 2 have been met, we will enter the order after the first candle closes above the yellow line, or at the 2nd and 3rd candles. It is riskier to enter the order later.
  4. The candle for entry must be the opposite color to the candles before it, always enter the order after the price closes
  5. 2 Stochastic lines must be above or cut up from, the 50 purple lines for buy orders, or below for sell orders.
  6. The brown RSI should be above the 50 Line for buy orders, and below for sell orders
For example some nice crossovers:

Enter the order Next to continue the trend:

A trend continuation order is when you have entered a trade for that effect, but you have a stop loss OR exit the position for another reason, and then you signal to enter the order again.

You can continue to buy if a candle turns green after a red/orange candle, and this candle should close above the yellow line and all other indicators are matched.

You can continue to sell if a candle turns red / orange after a green candle, and this candle should close below the yellow line and all other indicators match.

For example, the order continues, followed by the intersection:

Stop-loss rules:
  • For Buy order: the bottom of the second candle is calculated from the candle you entered the order
  • Sell order: on the top of the second candle calculated from the candlestick you entered the order
Example 3:

Example 4: