In the last weeks I’ve been talking about The SF Box, and how you can use it to have a concrete trading plan.
Today we have the perfect example in the NZDUSD.
As you already know, most of the time when the market gets close to an important level in the long term charts it trades in a zone, which is what I call The SF Box. Here how it looks like on the long term charts:
The NZDUSD is trading very close to an important long term resistance level (blue level). Now, in order to create our trading plan we need to determine The SF Box in the short term charts, here is how it looks like:
And here is my plan:
Once the market breaks above The SF Box (upper green level), it will trigger a bullish condition, and only long opportunities will be in play.
When the NZDUSD breaks below the SF Box (lower green level), it will trigger a bearish condition, and only short opportunities will be in play.
As long as it trades in The SF Box, range trading is a possibility.
Now I have a very well defined trading plan that will help me trade with more discipline.
What do you think about using the SF Box to create your trading plan?
Let me know in the comment section.