High Success Rate 60 Seconds Trading Pattern

By | April 28, 2014

Monday, April 28th, 2014 by Tim Lanoue

Perhaps one of the most utilized binary options investment trading style would be the 60 second trading pattern. However, it is also one of the most difficult styles of trading to be successful in which is why today I am going to provide you guys with the ins-and-outs of a high success rate. This trading pattern requires the use of a simple moving average along with the Aroon Oscillator indicator.

How It Works

A simple moving average is a simple indicator that can be set at different periods in order to differently display price trends.  These periods are set on for daily periods so if you have it set at a period of 5 you are looking at the average price of the asset of the past 5 days, and so on down the line.  The Aroon Oscillator on the other hand signifies to traders that a change in the trend is likely to occur or is occurring.

How To Apply The Trading Pattern

Using these indicators in this 60 seconds trading pattern is relatively simple. As you can see in the picture below the our blue simple moving line acts as part of the signal process while the Aroon Oscillator confirms our initial signal.  In order for the first part of our signal to be generated we need our simple moving average to run through or run on our assets price candles.  It doesn’t matter on the candle types just as long as the moving average line runs through or along our price candles.  As you can see in the picture below, our first trade is a PUT trade where the red downward arrow is located.  If the candle that the simple moving average is bearish and the Aroon oscillator is below the 0.00 level then we go ahead and place a PUT trade.  However, if the candle is bullish where our moving average line crosses then our Aroon oscillator must be above the 0.00 level, if it is then we can go ahead and place a CALL trade.  If there is an instance where our moving average line crosses through our price candles and the Aroon oscillator doesn’t correlate in the same direction then a trade is no good!

This is a simple yet highly effective binary options 60 seconds trading pattern that can be applied by traders of all experience levels.  Trading 60 second options can be risky, exhilarating and heart-pounding so for those traders who like to experience those sensation then trading fast options with this trading pattern is for you.  If you have any questions, comments or suggestions please feel free to leave them below!

15 thoughts on “High Success Rate 60 Seconds Trading Pattern

  1. bFree01

    Hi Tim,
    thanks for sharing your strategy!
    Some things that are currently not clear to me, maybe because of the missing pictures:
    – Timeframe: 1h or 1min? Opening a 1min option on a hourly chart?
    – Aroon-Period = 25?
    I would like to try the strategy on a demo account to learn BO-Trading. If possible, could you please send me the pictures?

    Thank you in advance!

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  2. Mutsi

    Hi Tim

    This is by far one of the “safest” 60 strategies I have come across. No need for martingale or anything like that, so it is easier to recover loses. Also, signals are clear here unlike other strategies with signals that can fake you out last second.

    THANKS FOR THIS!

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  3. PapaRomeo

    In hourly timeframe waiting for 6 to 7 hrs just to put a trade seem very difficult. Is it effective in 1 minute timeframe?

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    1. Michael Freeman Post author

      This pattern is specifically for 60 seconds trading but you can also use it on 2 and 5 minute time frames.

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  4. Tim Lanoue

    Hey Alvin,

    I always trade during the New York trading sessions so I would highly suggest any strategies that I post to be used during those hours. However, I feel that any other trading hours would work just as well, preferably not intra-trading hours.

    Thanks and glad you enjoy the content!

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  5. Alvin

    Hi Tim . It’s very kind of you for sharing your strategies. really appreciate it. I would like to know if the strategy works well during any trading session or a specific time? like NEW YORK trading hours something like that ?

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  6. Tim Lanoue

    Hey Steve,

    I found that the Eur/Usd, Usd/Chf and Nzd/Usd perform the best with this strategy! That is a great question though, thank you for asking, hope this strategy works well for you! 😀

    Tim

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  7. Steve

    Hi Tim, what assets did perform the best with this strategy?
    Thanks. Steve

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  8. Tim Lanoue

    Hey Darryn,

    Yes, you are absolutely correct there! I could not tell you the exact number of losses or wins in a row because that doesn’t matter, all that matters is the composite average which out of the last 500 trades when testing this strategy has been 76% in-the-money.

    Thanks and I look forward to hearing your feedback!

    -Tim

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  9. Darryn Fell

    Cheers for that tim.

    now I understand, so once the candle touches the ma we are predicting that the candle will continue to climbe or sink depending on bulls or bears.

    how many losses has it had in a row and wins ?

    im definitely going to give this a try.

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  10. Tim Lanoue

    The moving average is set at a period of 5, so that is my recommended setting on that MA. Also, once a cross as been initiated I do not wait for it to close, I confirm it with the Aroon Oscillator and I place my trade.

    As far as the Elliot Wave I would not suggest that in placement of the Aroon Oscillator, mainly because the Aroon Oscillator oscillates on a middle line while the Elliot Wave oscillates from a top line, the measurements and ability to gauge a trend is changed quite a bit, therefore, I would not suggest it.

    Great questions though!

    -Tim

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  11. Darryn Fell

    Hi

    what is the recommended period for the MA ?

    And do you wait for the candle to close or as soon as the candle touches the ma do we trade ?

    Can the elliot wave work as I dont have the aroon indicator.

    cheers

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  12. Tim Lanoue

    Hey Guys!

    Yes, the timeframe is one hour! I know it is different that what you are use to seeing but I found the best results when using this timeframe. Other timeframes that I forgot to mention that still work would be 15 Minutes and 30 Minutes. Remember just because the periods are set lower they do not affect the timeframe theoretically that we watch our asset.

    Thanks for your questions!

    Feel free to ask more if you have any!

    -Tim

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  13. 60S

    Hi … what is the time scale? 1 min? the above show 1hr! thanks

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