Hi all, I've been working with a very simple strategy (pretty much the Rockwell strategy): Plot MACD and Bollinger (10,2). Wait for bullish divergence, positive MACD histogram and for the price to break the upper bollinger band, then go long. Reverse for going short. T/P @ 20 pips, S/L @ 15 pips. What I'm running into problems with is it seems, a decent amount of the time, all the indicators will be pointing the right direction, and the price will solidly break bollinger upper by 5 or 6 pips, I'll go long and then it will just dump back into the bollinger range and I'll stop out. So what my real question is, <i>is there an indicator I can add to my strategy that will give me a better idea of whether or not this breakage of the upper bollinger is really a solid break, or whether it will fall back down into it's normal range?</i> Look at the chart below for an example: <img src="http://www.linuxspark.com/images/chart.jpg"> Notice at 13:20, all the factors seem to come together perfectly and I go long on a solid break of the Bollinger top with a great looking MACD, but then it falls right back down to earth! I've had this problem a few times now... what gives? Is there any indicator I can add that will help me discern whether a break like this is for real? Thanks!