A system of trading that features the simultaneous buying and selling of a currency pair in order to take advantage of a move in either direction. At a pre-set amount, the trader will close out the profitable trade, and then enter another buy and sell at the same interval. When the profitable trade hits the price needed, it is closed out as well - banking profits. The idea is to be neutral overall and taking profits as they come, eventually flattening all positions. This strategy is best used when trading a sideways market.
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