Multi timeframe EA needs to be switched manually after taking trades?

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Pedro Severin
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Pedro Severin  

Hi all,

I have some questions related to multi timeframe EAs. First, when backtesting, is it possible to display both timeframes, as in mt5? If it isn't possible, does this means that the backtesting is not meaningful?

On the other hand, I noticed that when using the EA it changes from timeframe A to timeframe B when the requirements are met (for example, from M1 to M15), but I haven't seen it going back to the previous timeframe (M1 in this example).

Should be this a problem? Will I need to change it manually when needed? Is there a way to make it change the timeframe automatically?


Thank you in advance and have a good week :)

PS

paul selvan
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paul selvan  
note that weekly & monthly timeframes are not take in account on multitimeframe analyse 
Pedro Severin
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Pedro Severin  
paul selvan:
note that weekly & monthly timeframes are not take in account on multitimeframe analyse 
Hi, 

Didn't knew that. But the EA I'm analyzing does not use those timeframes 
paul selvan
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paul selvan  
paul selvan:
note that weekly & monthly timeframes are not take in account on multitimeframe analyse 

i mean in strategy tester 😁

Pedro Severin
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Pedro Severin  
paul selvan:

i mean in strategy tester 😁

Ohh ok ok. Why is that? 

Btw, if the EA changes the timeframes alone and but the indicators it uses are coded with a function that receives a parameter that is the timeframe, then should matter if I change the timeframes? 
paul selvan
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paul selvan  
ppsev:
Ohh ok ok. Why is that? 

Btw, if the EA changes the timeframes alone and but the indicators it uses are coded with a function that receives a parameter that is the timeframe, then should matter if I change the timeframes? 

Because of strategy tester feature.

Better post EA to see what you mean

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