MQL4 Source Codes of Technical Indicators for MetaTrader 4 - 52
The library of technical indicators for MetaTrader 4 developed in MQL4. Regardless of the market (forex, securities or commodity market), indicators help to represent quotes in an accessible form for easy perception.
This section contains thousands of applications that analyze financial markets using different algorithms. Conventionally, they can be divided into a few categories: trend indicators, oscillators, volume indicators and so on. In addition, there are sets of indicators based on algorithms by famous financiers. For example, Bill Williams' indicators and likes of it. All of them are characterized by different parameters of reliability, efficiency, lagging and others. There are more than 2000 indicators for technical analysis: trend indicators, reversal indicators, indicators of levels, predictors, scalping indicators and many others.
The Keltner Channel indicator locates the most important trends.
iTrend Indicator determines where the trend starts and ends.
Instantaneous Trend Line indicator InsTrend.
Average Volume indicator.
High_Low (ZigZag) indicator.
Detrended Price Oscillator
Two CCI indicators with different periods in the same indicator subwindow.
The oscillator quickly finds out the trend stop and the start of sideways trend in horizontal interv
Indicator that signals about trend turns.
Famous AROON Indicator, though someone will need it
Shades New York or other exchange while in session. SetImmediacyON parameter allows shading after fi
Indicator that can be used for entry and exit.
The Price Channel indicator calculates the highest high and lowest low of the trailing number of bars specified by the input Length.
The indicator displays Buy/Sell arrows as the MACD or RVI indicators are changing.
The DailyPivot Points indicator helps to get the idea of the future market movements, unlike other tools that are usually behind the market.
The main point of Relative Vigor Index Indicator (RVI) is that on the bull market the closing price is, as a rule, higher, than the opening price.
Money Flow Index (MFI) is the indicator, which indicates the rate at which money is invested into a security and then withdrawn from it.