Just as an aside,
Do you find triggerlines are very processor intensive ?
I watch 6 currency pairs and would like to have 2 triggerlines on each chart but if I put them on SB slows down and takes at least 1-2 seconds to respond everytime I move the chart or want to draw a trendline etc.
take care that the names of the indicator files are identical with the names of the indicators called in the stepchoppy-indicator. Than it should work.
(The ex4-files are the compiled version. MT4 will create/compile them at start.)
Buy on GBP/USD ?
Are we coming CLOSE (not yet) to a buy on GBP ?
currently a correction of the down move is running in cable. As you see in the chart the retracement stopped at todays pivot point for the time beeing.
Wait until this situation is more clearly. From the current point of view a level 2 signal short could be created just as well.
My chart seems to read a little different... not sure why ....
Originally Posted by mibl
Yep, that it is. While EURO/USD and USD/CHF remain largely rangebound.
how do u use stepchoppy????
Man, ... this is nerve racking -- do something!
Its like a damn ping pong game all within about 10 pips!
Trip my frickin Stop loss or make me some money, one or the other, but this range/whipsaw stuff is the worst.
Look at the colors and scroll your mouse over them. Absolute red is a sell and absolute blue is a buy. All the other shades in between mean either +- choppiness or an upcoming trend change.
The message of your chart is the same, Histo is red, aNina is short
Difference could come from different data provider (I use North Finance) or different settings of Histo (2.000 bars), a Nina (9.000)