"IT'S NOT THE INDICATOR, IT'S HOW YOU TRADE WITH IT!"Indicators do NOT make money, only trading profitably makes money.
If you do NOT take every signal or, enter/exit prematurely, or hesitate to enter/exit, then it's not the indicator's fault you are not making money.
You can simply trade in the direction of the H1 candle when price hits the xx.00 or xx.50 line and make money almost EVERY TIME! You do NOT need an indicator for that.
great idea, here's an interesting starting point. It compiles and works and it should give you some idea.
Not sure about the results. I encourage everyone to load it and look at the results and see if they're close or off. And if off, how can this code be improved?
Note: it takes a minute to load because it can be back tested.
Here's a pic:
Tried to do it by myself, and it was too difficult.
Thanks in advance !!!
Yes, looks like alot of code I'm trying to add a few different indicators that I use but trying to figure out how it works
I'm glad your agreeing with me matrixebiz, it's not so easy ha ?...
have a excellent day
matirxebiz, take a look at what i posted a couple of posts back. it's the same thing as ferrufx but easier code to read.
Are you talking about the whatever.mq4 indicator?
I'll take a look and see if I can add my indicators Thanks
You might want to look at the code first. It's a lot like FerruFX's mulit indie.
Note: Update (3/9/08). whatever.mq4 fixed. attached.
I attached the above indicator to 3 charts using the same platform on one computer. The order I place on one chart also appears on the other two charts in the pips to stop, pips profit and % of Balance. Is there a method to have this indicator attached to more than one chart on the same platform and each indicate the orders for that particular chart?
Could be a simple task but I don't see how its done.
I like your set of indi. Can you post the tpl and indys.
Your indicators shown looks very interesting.
Your indicators shown looks very interesting. Can you Please post them.