Stochastic EA


The Stochastic EA is an expert advisor that uses the stochastic indicator as a signal to enter a trade.

With 5 different types of entry signals (pro), you can enter trades when the stochastic indicator enters or exits overbought/oversold, when the stochastic line crosses with the signal line, when the stochastic stays above or below an area for X number of bars and more.

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This EA allows you to enter trades based on the Stochastic indicator. There are many different ways of entry, with most of them making use of the price either being overbought or oversold.



The basic version of this EA can be downloaded for free but will only work on demo accounts.



  • Features from Basic
  • Only works on demo

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  • Configure lot size
  • Set SL and TP
  • Trade on new bar
  • Configure K and D line period
  • Configure Smoothing
  • Set overbought/oversold line
  • Set Entry Strategy

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Pro (most popular)

  • All features from Basic, plus:
  • Enter on Stochastic and Signal Cross
  • Enter on Cross in Zone
  • Enter When Price in Zone
  • Percentage position sizing
  • ATR Trailing stops
  • Fixed Distance Trailing stops
  • Bar Trailing Stops
  • Move to Break-even
  • Dynamic stop loss and take profit (ATR-based)
  • R:R ratio take profit
  • Inverse trade direction
  • Concurrent trades
  • Spread filter
  • Moving Average Filter

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The EA comes with a number of settings that make it easy to customize. You can change the Stochastic settings like K and D line period, the slowing, averaging method and the upper and lower levels. Here are the settings that are included with the Basic version of the EA (the Pro version has many more options):

Name Description
Lot size The position size of the order in lots
Stop loss distance Stop loss distance in pips
Take profit distance Take profit distance in pips
K line period K line period of the Stochastic indicator
D line period D line period of the Stochastic indicator
Slowing Slowing of the Stochastic indicator
Averaging method The averaging method (Simple, Exponential, etc)
Stochastic shift The shift of the Stochastic indicator
Upper Stochastic level Upper (or overbought) level
Lower Stochastic level Lower (or oversold) level
Entry Strategy When to enter a trade, with options:

  • When price enters oversold/overbought (basic)
  • When price exits oversold/overbought (basic)
  • When a stochastic signal cross happens (pro)
  • When a stochastic signal cross happens in overbought/oversold (pro)
  • When stochastic has been in overbought/oversold zone for X bars (pro)


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