Rainbow EMA Strategy for Binary Options

Rainbow EMA Explained

The **Rainbow EMA**, better know as the **Rainbow** **Exponential Moving Average**, is a binary options trading strategy that has become fairly popular amongst traders since it was first 'developed' and introduced few years ago. Although this strategy is indicator based it is not intended to produce High or Low signals, thus rather act as dynamic support & resistance during a trending market. With that being said it is important note that this trading strategy does require trending market conditions. Range bound markets are not favored when making use of the Rainbow EMA strategy. Although I am not a big fan of indicator based strategies I believe this can be used with success, if used the correct way. When used incorrectly it can lead to massive disappointment. So how do we use it the right way?
## Moving Average Explained

## Definition Of Exponential Moving Average

The Exponential Moving Average, also referred to as EMA, shares similar characteristics to the simple moving average (SMA) except thatÂ more 'weight' is given to the latest price changes. For this reason the Exponential Moving Average is also know as the 'exponentially weighted moving average'. This allows this type of moving average to react to recent price changes much faster than a simple moving average.
## How To Add The Rainbow EMA

**The Rainbow EMA consists of the:**
## Applying The Strategy To Binary Options

After adding all 3 exponential moving averages your charts should look something like the example below. To explain how this strategy is applied to binary options we will be using Figure 1 - Up Trending Market.
## Metatrader indicator for Rainbow EMA

As always, MetaBinaryOptions is offering you a free Metatrader indicator for helping you apply this strategy.
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### Rainbow EMA Summary

As you can see this strategy is arguably one of the easiest and most basic, yet it can be very effective in the right market conditions. Once again it is important to note that there is no guarantee that price will bounce of our trigger line every single time. Although it does act as dynamic support or resistance price can easily violate it and cause a change in trend. Always use confluence and be on the lookout for these turning points in the market.

In statistics, a moving average (rolling average or running average) is a calculation to analyze data points by creating a series of averages of different subsets of the full data set. It is also called a moving mean (MM) or rolling mean and is a type of finite impulse response filter. Variations include: simple, and cumulative, or weighted forms.Sounds super complicated right? Well it does not have to be. Sometimes it is better to rather not over think things or even try to understand exactly how it works. The important part is that you know how to use it. And as you learn how to use it, you should get a better understanding of how it works.

- 6 Period Exponential Moving Average
- 14 Period Exponential Moving Average
- 26 Period Exponential Moving Average

**Figure 1 - 6, 14 and 26 EMA**

- 26 Period EMA
- 14 Period EMA
- 6 Period EMA

**Figure 2 - Metatrader Indicator for Rainbow EMA**

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