Hi, I hope you are doing well. I feel like you have far too many indicators. Why do you need so many indicators? Find a simple way to judge trend, such as, Keltner channels, exponential, 16, 1.3, and 89 and 50 exponential moving averages. When the middle Keltner channel line comes up above or goes below, it is a visual indicator that a trend has started. Your goal is to get in early. If you can’t get in early, right after the trend starts, don’t bother. Now, beyond those types of indicators, look for trend characteristics. In an up trend, price breaks resistance. Put on a fibonacci retracement, and wait for a proper retracement around some level preferrably at least 38.2 Look for the price to engulf. Enter. If price breaks support, trade is done. If price continues, seek to follow the trend. Lock in profit at successive support levels. Your goal is to produce a system that has a superior risk to reward ratio. We don’t care about losses, they are no concern. We want our wins to be far larger than our losses. We want to have a system for everything. We want to protect profits through a systematic approach. Also, I tend to trade things that are highly liquid. EurCad and GbpCad seem attractive, but are they really liquid? Consider trading futures. There you can see that the currencies don’t have much liquidity. The stock index futures are however extremely liquid. EurUsd in Forex is very liquid, even though, since the volume is hidden except through the commitment of traders report. Think about the Forex. It seems to have been created for the banks to trades currencies with, but such that their activities can be more hidden. Show us the volume. In stocks or futures, you can see the volume. The banks don’t like that. You might see the stupid stuff their up to and start taking their money.