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Alain Verleyen
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Alain Verleyen  
newdigital:

It was quote. It is not my system or my words. I am not using quotation (quotational feature of the post) just because of SEO. But it was written something as

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I am just trying to integrate external content with the forum ... because there are a lot of indicators and EA ... but how to use them? how to trade? what to do? it should be explained anyway. 

About candlestick chart ... this is very very big theory about ...

Do you know that Ichimoku guy created his indicator for candlestick chart only (it was few centures ago)? yes, that is true ... patterns ... candelstick patterns ... and more and more ... so - it looks like a science ... real science ...

I want to open the thread about it but it is big theory so I am afraid about sorry ...

There is a good article about candlesticks patterns.
Muhammad Syamil Bin Abdullah
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Muhammad Syamil Bin Abdullah  

I remember that's an old heiken ashi based trading system, kuskus osentogg. It used Bbandstop, heiken ashi smoothed, a modified fisher oscillator and pivot fibo. But for mt5 we may use AFL Winner or iTrend as filter trade.



ANTHONY ONOJETA
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ANTHONY ONOJETA  
i have seen this system but have not used it. pls if any one has used it and it is profitable pls let me know how i can make it using heiken ashi
Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  
fxwithouttears:
i have seen this system but have not used it. pls if any one has used it and it is profitable pls let me know how i can make it using heiken ashi
Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  

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Indicators: Heiken-Ashi

newdigital, 2014.01.15 20:40

An Example of a Trading System Based on a Heiken-Ashi Indicator




With the appearance of candlestick chart in the U.S., more than two decades ago, there was a revolution in the understanding of how the forces of bulls and bears work on the Western markets. Candlesticks became a popular trading instrument, and traders began working with them in order to ease the reading of the charts. But the interpretation of candlesticks differ from one another.

One of these methods, which changes the traditional candlestick chart, and facilitates its perception, is called the Heikin Ashi technology.


Tiberio
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Tiberio  
Hi

 I needed a Heiken-Ashi-Renko indicator, that is, the Heikein-Ashi calculated on Renko-Candles. I needed the mt5 file ... Does anyone know how to help me?
Michael Maggi
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Michael Maggi  

There are all sorts of ways to look at trending prices but my experience is that none of the moving average systems make significant money without being traded by a human trader.

A good trending system can be made better by entering a trade at whatever signal that is a trend (false or not) and enter with a minimum position.  As the trade develops every period or two (whatever the period is you are working), you add another small position, preferably a little smaller than the first, wait for the trend to continue for a few more periods and add again.

This all depends on what you use for trend indicators (EMA, Laguerre Moving average, SAR, whatever....).  You can combine various slope indicators, strength, etc.  As long as your winning trades are more profit than the losing trades losses, you are a profitable trader.

The amount of your starting position should just be a small percent of the total position you are comfortable with.  If you could trade 0.1 positions then start with 0.03 and let the indicator show you a profitable trend and then add 0.02, wait and see the proof of the indicator being right and then add to a position.  When you see a sign of trouble, get out.  You can always reenter a trend if you are out early and you can even take partial profits if you are not sure.

This strategy is an adaption of the old Chinese saying: "Never test the water with both feet."

Fernando Carreiro
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Fernando Carreiro  
Michael Maggi:

There are all sorts of ways to look at trending prices but my experience is that none of the moving average systems make significant money without being traded by a human trader.

A good trending system can be made better by entering a trade at whatever signal that is a trend (false or not) and enter with a minimum position.  As the trade develops every period or two (whatever the period is you are working), you add another small position, preferably a little smaller than the first, wait for the trend to continue for a few more periods and add again.

This all depends on what you use for trend indicators (EMA, Laguerre Moving average, SAR, whatever....).  You can combine various slope indicators, strength, etc.  As long as your winning trades are more profit than the losing trades losses, you are a profitable trader.

The amount of your starting position should just be a small percent of the total position you are comfortable with.  If you could trade 0.1 positions then start with 0.03 and let the indicator show you a profitable trend and then add 0.02, wait and see the proof of the indicator being right and then add to a position.  When you see a sign of trouble, get out.  You can always reenter a trend if you are out early and you can even take partial profits if you are not sure.

This strategy is an adaption of the old Chinese saying: "Never test the water with both feet."

Since, this forum does not implement a "Like" button, I would just like to say, that yours was a a good post!
Paiboon Ketpakdeekul
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Paiboon Ketpakdeekul  
Can you test on back-test system? And show the result
Pham Duy Duc
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Pham Duy Duc  
Michael Maggi:

There are all sorts of ways to look at trending prices but my experience is that none of the moving average systems make significant money without being traded by a human trader.

A good trending system can be made better by entering a trade at whatever signal that is a trend (false or not) and enter with a minimum position.  As the trade develops every period or two (whatever the period is you are working), you add another small position, preferably a little smaller than the first, wait for the trend to continue for a few more periods and add again.

This all depends on what you use for trend indicators (EMA, Laguerre Moving average, SAR, whatever....).  You can combine various slope indicators, strength, etc.  As long as your winning trades are more profit than the losing trades losses, you are a profitable trader.

The amount of your starting position should just be a small percent of the total position you are comfortable with.  If you could trade 0.1 positions then start with 0.03 and let the indicator show you a profitable trend and then add 0.02, wait and see the proof of the indicator being right and then add to a position.  When you see a sign of trouble, get out.  You can always reenter a trend if you are out early and you can even take partial profits if you are not sure.

This strategy is an adaption of the old Chinese saying: "Never test the water with both feet."


So deeply advice.
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