Medium-term “Multi Timeframe” Strategy – New Series of Videos From GMT Partner

Dear reader!

GMT Partner offers you a new series of educational videos dedicated to the medium-term “Multi Timeframe” trading strategy. This strategy was developed by the founder of GMT Partner project in 2009 and originally was used for trading in the Forex market. Currently, in addition to the Forex market instruments, the “Multi Timeframe” strategy is also used for medium-term trading in the futures and stock markets.

This technique is the result of many years of trading experience in all major segments of the “Multi Timeframe” strategy was first tested on historical data in 2016. The conservative method of money management applied to the strategy produced more than 100% profit during 2 years time period (2014-2015) while the drawdown did not exceed 10%.

The distinctive features of the “Multi Timeframe” trading strategy are its simplicity, reliability, and versatility. The core of the strategy is the three pairs of moving averages built on three different timeframes and the volatility parameter of the financial instrument. The average duration of trade is 2-3 days.

This video series is an integral part of the full educational course used by the participants of the GMT Partner project. The full version of the “Multi Timeframe” trading strategy is studied by the project participants within the framework of the third module of the course.

The proprietary methodology of trading a portfolio consisting of several trading strategies, mostly focuses on intraday trades conducted by the rules of the full version of “Double Barrel Gun” strategy. Despite this fact, the “Multi-timeframe” trading strategy, as well as other strategies included in the portfolio is self-sufficient and can be used separately, for the purpose of medium-term trading. Furthermore, the trading signals generated by the “Multi Timeframe” trading strategy, increase the probability of the positive outcome of short-term trades and help to determine the balance of power between the market participants (overall and intraday sentiment).

This video series is published on the popular video hosting service – Youtube.  We would be grateful for your comments.