Global Alpha FX

Global Alpha FX Strategy uses a mix of fundamental and technical indicators, automation and manual trading.  The strategy trades only spot foreign exchange “Forex.”  The basis of the strategy is betting on market adjustments to real money flows that happen outside of fundamental reasons. When no high impact news is due out on a pair, an automated signal is triggered to buy a predetermined amount of currency, based on the account balance, on a low risk setting, when price closes a predetermined distance below 2 standard deviations on 15 min time frame. Conversely it sells when prices closes that same distance above 2 standard deviations.  If price continues to go beyond standard deviations, more lots of the pair are bought/sold using a lot multiplier. Profit is taken at predetermined levels, although some of the lots can be retained, and a trailing stop loss strategy can be employed if the price direction is following the major trend based on H1, H4 and daily charts.  The automated trading is paused before high impact announcements, and initiated again after the news and price movement have taken place.  Stop Losses are put into place to risk only a certain % of equity per trade, depending on risk settings.

For more information about Global Alpha FX including performance information please contact us by calling 302-724-4799 or by filling out this open account form here with Fortress Capital.

How to open an account:

  1.  Open the account with the FX Broker

Open an Account with Global Alpha at LMAX *

Open an Account with Global Alpha at Direct FX

If you want to choose another broker, there is a $100,000 minimum.  Global Alpha can be executed at any broker that offers the MT4 platform.

2. Sign the LPOA

You will be provided a Limited Power of Attorney after opening your account.

3. Fund your account

There is a substantial high and unlimited level of risk of loss in trading commodity futures, options, options writing and off-exchange foreign currency products; such trading is not suitable for all investors. Past performance is not indicative of future results.

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