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MetaQuotes Software Corp. 2007.09.19 13:53 

Alternative Ichimoku:

The indicator Alternative Ichimoku was developed as an alternative to the famous indicator Ichimoku Kinko Hyo. For a more precise forecast, it is better to use on one timeframe both indicators - Ichimoku Kinko Hyo and Alternative Ichimoku.

Author: Victor Lukashuck

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MQL4 Comments 2007.10.21 10:33  
What does the ssp and ssk represent?
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MQL4 Comments 2008.05.31 07:30  

If this is able to be an EA, is it possible for me to Purchase it from you?

Please contact me...

Lojackd@aol.com

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MQL4 Comments 2009.02.08 21:30  
lojack:

If this is able to be an EA, is it possible for me to Purchase it from you?

Please contact me...

Lojackd@aol.com

Hi,


I am also interested on this one, did you get it? Interested getting coder for this one?

Let me know!

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Ebed Tang
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Ebed Tang 2014.12.12 07:54  

Sutki variable is not written in english, could you describe what it is in english.

 sutki = "ñóòêè";
   if(Period() == 1440) 
     {
       sutki = "íåäåëþ";
       day_bars = 5;
     }  // äåíü
   if(Period() == 10080)
     {
       sutki = "ìåñÿö";
       day_bars = 4;
     }  // íåäåëÿ
   if(Period() == 43200)
     {
       sutki = "ãîä"; 
       day_bars = 12;
     }  // ìåñÿö

Mikhaly
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Mikhaly 2015.04.21 16:01  

Hi EMoney,

Using Google translate with the Russian alphabet here are the words:


sutki = "day";
   if(Period() == 1440) 
     {
       sutki = "week";
       day_bars = 5;
     }  // day
   if(Period() == 10080)
     {
       sutki = "month";
       day_bars = 4;
     }  // week
   if(Period() == 43200)
     {
       sutki = "year"; 
       day_bars = 12;
     }  // month

define the daily range of the day // line max line min. day.


Now, my turn to ask a question :-)

How do you calculate the Stop-Loss and Take-Profit with the numbers written in the upper left. I mean what are the operations?

Thanks.

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