Stochastic Price Rate-of-Change Oscillator.
Instantaneous Trendline - John Ehlers "instantaneous" trendline.
John Ehlers Cyclic Component Indicator.
Modified Awesome Oscillator.
The EA trades with the Absorption pattern. Working with pending orders Buy Stop and Sell Stop.
Indicator of trend strength and of the possible changes in its direction.
The US dollar index in form of Japanese candlesticks.
The US dollar index against a basket of basic currencies.
The EA trades on the iMA (Moving Average, MA) indicator. At the same time, there is a parameter of the indicator indent from price, set in percents.
Two Moving Average indicators: A slow one for opening positions, and a fast one for closing positions.
An Expert Advisor based on two indicators: iMAs (Moving Average, MA) and iMomentum (Momentum).
The FX-CHAOS_SCALP trading strategy.
ZigZag based on the Fractals indicator.
William Blau True Strength Index.
William Blau Trend Momentum.
William Blau Stochastic Indicator
William Blau Stochastic Momentum.
William Blau Directional Trend Index.
William Blau candlestick momentum.
William Blau Candlestick Index.
Indicator of volumes accumulated within a period.
Indicator of volumes accumulated.
Smoothed Stochastic Inverse Fisher Transform.
Kaufman Adaptive Moving Average (KAMA)
The EA waits for the price to pass XXX points within NNN ticks.
The Expert Advisor searches for N identical candlesticks in a row. It buys on bullish candlesticks and sells on bearish ones. The account type is taken into consideration, i.e., whether it is a netting or a hedging one.
Small_Inside_Bar_Strategy - an Expert Advisor based on indicator Small_Inside_Bar.
ChannelEA2 - an Expert Advisor working in a channel, using pending stop orders.
Complete and fast functions similar to Bars and iBarShift from MQL4.
No indicators: Only Open and Close price analysis. Input parameters: Stop Loss, Take Profit, and Trailing.
The EA uses indicators Pivot-2 and Heiken Ashi Smoothed Oscillator.
Historical Volatility Bands that are constructed using average as the middle line, and upper and lower bands using the Parkinson's historical volatility (instead of "regular" Historical Volatility) for bands calculation.
An important use of the Parkinson's number is the assessment of the distribution prices during the day as well as a better understanding of the market dynamics. Comparing the Parkinson's number and periodically sampled volatility helps traders understand the tendency towards mean reversion in the market as well as the distribution of stop-losses.