Trading Strategies Based On Digital Filters - page 113

FxReferee
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FxReferee  
mtamp
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mtamp  
homestudy:
Here is one I found, there may be others this was the last version I used. https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/172930/page2

thx for the reply

It also came with the Spectral Analyser V1 which I can not find anywhere

I would appreciate if you could repost

screenshots can be found in this post

https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173071/page35

mk77ch
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mk77ch  
tntpeter:
hello to all,

any idea where to get this RSI indicator?

TIA.

im also interested in this rsi indicator.

does anybody know where to find it?

thank yo and best regards,

mike

biddick
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biddick  

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engula
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engula  
crodzilla:
Here is an indicator I modified to fit my needs when it came to utilizing the Hurst method from the book from the previous post. A moving average indicator with a ray that extends into the future.

It should be self explanatory after you read the book.

Carl

PS. Moving_Averages+Ray SW.mq4 will put the indicator in a separate window (SW). I don't remember what the HL stands for, but it will overlay on your chart as normal.

hi,

i've worked with excel so far and used centered sma for projection. for the missing n/2 data, i assume the value is equal to the last available close.

it would be interesting to compare results if someone is willing to code that indicator.

cheers

William Snyder
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William Snyder  

This is some digital mods done in preparation of creating an Ea, these are using t3 smoothing, they are mtf, and have alerts, 1 has arrows, if you prefer no smoothing just turn t3 period to 1 or zero. Prefer these because i personally have had problems with the other versions not updating, dragging down the computer resources,etc. Hopefully these will make a lot of people a lot of money !

updated t3 pcci bands posted here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173071 


Files:
William Snyder
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William Snyder  

This is t3 dtm actually stlm and ftlm together they have mtf with alerts on slope change.

updated version posted here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173071

Files:
dtm.gif 21 kb
t3_dtm.mq4 20 kb
secretcode
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secretcode  

mrtools

Thank You for this precious gift.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  

We have an Ea similar to this in elite section that is doing pretty good only hope this version does as good or hopefully better. Anyway this Ea is using some of the indicators posted a couple weeks ago, with the exception of normalized t3 rbci. The rbci was optimized on Alpari 4 hour, EurUsd data, so it being used in this Ea as a long term trend watcher, but it seems to work equally as well in hourly timeframe. This Ea version is using Satl,Fatl,Stlm, and the before mentioned rbci all indicators you have the ability to change timeframes as desired. Tested it last night, doing 4 month back test and it did well, but as most know testing on multi timeframe not very accurate. The Ea has a lot of safety features , close on trend change,equity protection,spread protection, etc. , but it still is martingale so would recommend a thorough demo testing beore going live with anything like this.

PS) posting a mtf with alerts normalized rbci so you can follow along,and as far as i remember the others earlier posted are mtf too.

updated normalized rbci posted here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173071 


Trading Strategies Based On Digital Filters
Trading Strategies Based On Digital Filters
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I want to say that my nick 'newdigital' is not connected with digital filters...
Sergey Golubev
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Sergey Golubev  

Thanks MrTools.

I will forward test/trading this EA.

Just want to understand about minimum deposit size and how many pairs to trade fir this EA.

If we compare this public T3Digital_Martingale EA with elite section Digital_Martingale EA ... if there are some similarities so what we have for elite section Digital Martingale:

- I am trading the following pairs:

EURUSD

GBPUSD

USDJPY

USDCHF

AUDUSD

USDCAD

NZDUSD

GBPJPY

GBPCHF

CHFJPY

AUDJPY

CADJPY

EURCHF

EURGBP

EURJPY

- H1 timeframe.

- Same settings for all the pairs.

- All the pairs are profitable.

- Trading since May this year.

- Min lot size is 0.01 (it is martingale)

- Profit in dollars since May 2011, max lot size and max floating drawdown on open trades (equity) for pairs:

EURUSD: 217; lot size 0.42 with max dd 450 dollars

GBPUSD: 123; lot size 0.05 with max dd 50 dollars

USDJPY: 144; lot size 0.09 with max dd 50 dollars

USDCHF: 527; lot size 0.03 with max dd > 5,000 dollars ?? why??

AUDUSD: 105; lot size 0.09 with max dd 400 dollars

USDCAD: 88; lot size 0.15 with max dd 500 dollars

NZDUSD: 167; lot size 0.15 with max dd 100 dollars

GBPJPY: 163; lot size 0.05 with max dd 300 dollars

GBPCHF: 345; lot size 0.05 with max dd 2,500 dollars ??

CHFJPY: 120; lot size 0.15 with max dd 50 dollars

AUDJPY: 176; lot size 0.05 with max dd 100 dollars

CADJPY: 133; lot size 0.09 with max dd 30 dollars

EURCHF: 195; lot size 0.09 with max dd 600 dollars

EURGBP: 211; lot size 0.05 with max dd 2,500 dollars ??

EURJPY: 185; lot size 0.05 with max dd 1,100 dollars

So, I think - I will trade the following pairs:

GBPUSD

USDJPY

GBPJPY

AUDJPY

CADJPY

5 pairs.

I think - the best pair will be GBPJPY.

Initial deposit size?

If Trade 1 pair only so it may be 1,000 or 5,000.

But if trading 5 pairs all together on 1 account so - it may be 10,000.

Well, I will use 10,000 as initial for 5.

So, H1 timeframe, same settings for all the pairs, and 5 pairs, FXCM broker (datafeed for FXCM is better than for Alpari if we are talking about automatic martingale trading; means: less risky).