The Murrey Math Trading System - page 3

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knvsantosh
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knvsantosh  

murrey math

i want murrey math formula please give how to calculate the murrey math values please provide me the formula

homicida
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homicida  

do a forumsearch for murrey you should find links and threats that provides you with indicators and howtos

phildunn
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phildunn  

What is P,MMPeriod,StepBack in Murrey setting?

bagovino
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bagovino  

So whats with all these versions? Can someone explain? Which is the best?

Do any work on 5 min chart? Seems to get messed up!

Billy

Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  
phildunn:
What is P,MMPeriod,StepBack in Murrey setting?

I do not know. I just translated all the comments in in the indicator here and i think it may be the best one. As I understand MMPeriod is D1 by default and P is 64 and both are used in the calculation inside this indicator. We have small manual here in English.

bagovino
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bagovino  

Hi guys,

While I'm not new at trading, I am new to Murrey Math Lines. I used to trade pivots extensivley. This is only my second day observing this method and I have to say.... This blows pivots out of the water. I guess these are the lines the big banks and institutions use. Whatever the case, they are dead on, easy to follow and lay out a nice map of the market.

I'm working on a method combining some indicators I've used VERY successfully trading pivots but now using Murrey lines instead. Once I get a bit more familiar with how the market behaves around these lines I'll draw up a set of rules to trade a system.

I have 2 qustions:

1. does anyone have an indicator that works on all time frames. I notice as you go down on the charts like the 5 min. the numbers on the lines no longer stay accurate?

2. Can someone give me a few secrets/tips as to how price reacts at each level?

Thats it for now. Like I said I'll work on a system. Is there anyone who is a good programmer that can help develop an EA??

Thanks,

~Billy

"Big Pippin"

Ralph Van Cleve
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Ralph Van Cleve  

Actually charlie, I think it's quite possible. I don't have time to do it now, but check out the pivot indicator I'm attaching. It leaves the lines in place. Now, it only draws 7 lines, but it draws them back as far as you want, keeping the value for that day...

.. unless I totally misunderstood what you were saying.

Files:
pivot_2.mq4 5 kb
tnt
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tnt  

Hi

Hallo i search thr same like you.

A murrey system. Please keep me update. I stay every time by Billy

(Knovamind ) and we trade daily with murrey and have Esignal for charts.

Greetings tnt

nesalc
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nesalc  
bagovino:
Hi guys,

While I'm not new at trading, I am new to Murrey Math Lines. I used to trade pivots extensivley. This is only my second day observing this method and I have to say.... This blows pivots out of the water. I guess these are the lines the big banks and institutions use. Whatever the case, they are dead on, easy to follow and lay out a nice map of the market.

I'm working on a method combining some indicators I've used VERY successfully trading pivots but now using Murrey lines instead. Once I get a bit more familiar with how the market behaves around these lines I'll draw up a set of rules to trade a system.

I have 2 qustions:

1. does anyone have an indicator that works on all time frames. I notice as you go down on the charts like the 5 min. the numbers on the lines no longer stay accurate?

2. Can someone give me a few secrets/tips as to how price reacts at each level?

Thats it for now. Like I said I'll work on a system. Is there anyone who is a good programmer that can help develop an EA??

Thanks,

~Billy

"Big Pippin"

Hi Big Pippin

The only exlanation I have is this documents that I have attached - hope it help.

Nesalc

Files:
murrey.doc 54 kb
mm1.doc 37 kb
xard777
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xard777  

re MM

Hi Everyone,

For those of you interested in using mm indicators with Metatrader, why not try out the octaves indicator - its just mm based on the current price - no time, no shifting, no lookback period - just simply price. And because the lines are static you will be able to remember them more easily in the future.

Check it out....see for yourself.

ps enclosed a sample chart usdcad

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