In Forex trading the main take away is to follow the trends. By keeping an eye on the trend indicator, you can determine if a given price is oversold or overbought. The tool that Jordan Lindsey uses for this is MT4, and he has shown in the setting he recommends to establish your environment successfully.
Starting with a new template you want to double-click on True Trend in the navigator where MT4 is going to attaching itself to the chart. The next step is to adjust the CCI trend to the 70-periods, and the Entry CCI to the 5-period.
It is important to note here that Lindsey has used different CCI Trends and Entry CCI before, but from his experience seventy and five are the most effective when determining the True Trend Indicator.
Moving on, you can adjust colors to your preference. For Lindsey, he changes the default magenta to a steel blue and adjusts the white to gray for visibility. In the width column, he adjusts the size to two by clicking on a particular width and hitting the number 2 key on your keypad. Once you hit okay, you will see the changes take effect, and that is it.
Jordan Lindsey is a passionate, competitive, and experienced Forex Trader who is initially from New York but moved to San Francisco after a trip he took. Through his life, he has in Argentina, Mexico, and Bosnia-Herzegovina where he met his wife while volunteering in a small village.
He studied at Mount Angel Seminary in addition to St. Joseph’s College and later taught himself computer programming and system architecture design. With the computer skill she picked up, he was able to code an algorithm for the platform MetaTrader 4 (MQL4) that he shared settings for today. He also created his own cryptocurrency in 2017 where he was successful in launching a crowdsale of it in the second half of the year. Considered the first third=party altcoin verified on the market where he is currently working with a development team on a framework for a site he plans to launch.