Indicators: Waddah Attar Scalping -MT4

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Waddah Attar Scalping:

Waddah Attar Scalping indicator Shows you quick Trend.

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Waddah Attar Scalping
Waddah Attar Scalping
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REI (Range Expansion Index) DeMark The REI (Range Expansion Index) indicator by Thomas DeMark. RUBBERBANDS_2 EA This EA is an enhanced version of the original RUBBERBANDS EA. Just like the oroginal RUBBERBANDS EA, it works in any timeframe for any currency pair, including gold and silver. FX...
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nice !

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WA, you mean Tow or Two bars?

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WA, you mean Tow or Two bars?

Two ( 2 ) bars.

sorry

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i know, just been kidding (dem spellcheckers) : ))

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Hey there,

Thank you very much for you effort in creating these awesome indicators!

I'm experiencing some problems with this one though, please take a look if you have the time. The following is all I see when creating an EA with it:

Any idea how to solve this ? Changing the parameters does not work

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Indicators: Simple Scalping System

newdigital, 2014.05.22 08:45

The Scalpers Checklist (based on dailyfx article)

  • Always identify market conditions prior to trading
  • Your strategy and entries should reflect the market
  • Plan your risk and write your trades down to stay accountable

Traders should have a checklist to consult prior to making any major trading decisions. These steps are critical for Forex scalpers as they often have to make these choices on a moment’s notice. To help with the process it can be helpful to keep a checklist and determine your options prior to approaching the market. Today we will review the scalper’s checklist. Let’s get started!

Identify Market Conditions

The first task assigned to day traders and scalpers is to identify market conditions. Is the market trending or ranging? Is the volatility of an asset low or high? These are both important questions that should be answered prior to entering into a new trade idea. Not only will this help Forex traders which currency pair to trade, but also help determine their strategy. Every scalper and day trader should check this off their list, prior to considering any market entries!


Choose a Strategy

Once market conditions are found, traders need to identify a strategy that is congruent with the market. If you are trading a trend, you will need to not only find market direction but also decide if you are going to trade a retracement, momentum or breakout strategy. In lack of a trend, traders again need to decide how to approach pricing patterns, support & resistance values, as well as potential breakouts. With so many strategies to choose from, it is worth taking your time and doing your due diligence prior to checking this off your scalping list.

Plan Your Entry

Next traders need to select how they are going to enter into the market. Typically traders need to first determine if they will trade with market orders or entry orders. Market orders allow you to trade immediately if conditions are met and you are immediately in front of your trading terminal. Entry orders can be used and will execute at a designated price even if you aren’t watching the market.

Once this is decided, traders need to evaluate which indicators if any will be used for trading. In the event an indicator is added to the graph, prior to execution, plan on its use and know its strengths as well as limitations. When you are 100% certain on your entry triggers then you can proceed to the next portion of the checklist.

Manage Risk

This point of our check list goes beyond the simple placement of stop and limit orders. Scalpers must carefully consider how much they should risk on each trade. At this point specific questions should arise. How many pips are you risking per trade? What is your average profit target per trade? How does a stop order being executed equate to a loss on my account?

While no trader wants to take a loss it is paramount to determine these values prior to scalping. Once these values are set, you can mark this point off your checklist. Now all you have left is to hold yourself accountable to your trading decisions.


Log the Results

Traders, especially short term scalpers, have a tendency to always be looking for the next trade. While looking for trading opportunities isn’t a bad thing, we should also remember to go back and review past events. Keeping a trading log can help us establish market patterns and reflect if your strategy is working in current conditions.

To help with this process, traders should note, why, when and how they entered into a trade. If your strategy is working, stick with it and keep your original strategy rules. If you’re trading is not working out as planned, with a log you can identify what must be changed and make appropriate adjustments.

While this checklist may seem daunting at first, these are all important steps to consider before scalping.


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how to use this indicator please explain

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MT5 version planned?
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Hey there,

Thank you very much for you effort in creating these awesome indicators!

I'm experiencing some problems with this one though, please take a look if you have the time. The following is all I see when creating an EA with it:

Any idea how to solve this ? Changing the parameters does not work

Change the time frame to M1, then you will see it work properly.
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tortoise133:
Change the time frame to M1, then you will see it work properly.

After reading the code, I deciphered it as follow:

1. First, define two variables, A and B.   

   The code of these 2 variables are the same, but they have  different parameters P1 and P2  with initial value 1 and 5, which means the   time frame are  m1 and m5, respectively .


2. Then, it uses 3 variables, max, min, and pivot for the calculation afterwards.

   Max and min are of course the maximun and minimun value of current bar.

   Pivot is the average of the closed price of curren bar and the two bars before it. So it's the average of 3 bars.

   The reason behind this, I guess, is to make the value more smooth, more representative.

   A,B = (closed price of current bar ) - ( the average of max, min, pivot ) / point


3. Comparison part:

   a. If A and B are both >0, then store the value of A+B into the buffer 1 predefined.

   b. If A and B are both <0, then store the value of A+B into the buffer 2 predefined.

   c. Repeat the above steps for 1000 times,  so every bar can have a corresponding value of this indicator.


*If you change the value   of P1,P2, then the time frame will change.

  For example, if P1=15, P2=60, or P1=60,240, and so on.

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