with my setup with the 3 step stocs it kept me out of gbp long and it got in at 3006 with chf
We hat today the following signals:
GBPUSD level 1 long 1.7458 at 11:30cet, made shortly afterwards a high at 1.7467, should be stopped out at 1.7424 after 17:00cet or some pips earlier because of the opposite signal. >> -34 pips (ex. spread)
GBPUSD level 1 short 1.7420 at 17:30cet, made a low 1.7375 after 19:00cet >> +45 pips max. range (ex spread)
USDCHF level 2 long 1.3015 at 14:30cet, made a high at 1.3058 after 18:30cet >> +43 pips max. range (ex srpead)
difficult day today
Regarding today's recap i can only see and understand the first signal on cable at 11:30cet. Is it possible for you to upload some pics with the others signals? Thanks in Advance
Indicators for what?
Nina indicators for Tradestation platform
Hello and congratulations for this excellent thread! I am a new member here and would like to ask if Nina indicators are available for Tradestation platform.
I managed to make everything work with metatrader, but since I am wondering if indicators also exist for Tradestation which I use as broker and data source. If so could someone post them please?
Thank you very much!
Here Is A Picture How The 3 Step Stoc Kept Me Out Of The Gbp Long Position And You Can See The Obvious Short Latter Would Have Worked Perfectly
Using Igor's Variable Moving Average in place of the 50 EMA will keep you out of some undesirable trades such as the cable trade today. See attached.
Cheers and Good Trading,
i have checked it out its nothing special just anothing ma and all a ma is is a moving trendline and thats exactly how we are using the 50 ema in conjuction with the step stoc filters
Levels, a quick graphic study
Buy Signal on EUR/USD @ 1.2115
heres to hoping it busts the R2 @ 1.2135
btw corresponding sell signal on USD/CHF (Nina has yet to confirm though)
well it peaked at 2138 and retraced - hit my trailing stop @2123 - pick up of 9 pips (was hoping for more)
I have nina crossing on eur/usd 1.2128m, how did you get it at 1.2115?