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marketcoding
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marketcoding  

On 6-27-2013 I listened a radio show that mentioned 4 components of a good system.  They were price and volume indicators (Stochastics), support/resistance indicators, and trending indicators.  I sure wish I had constructed the presence of mind to get more information about that because it seems to have stuck with me for quite some time.  I now need to prepare for writing it using MT5 Wizard (F4).


I have chosen the Stochastics Oscillator for price and volume, the ATR (Average True Range) Oscillator for support and resistance levels, and the Simple Moving Average as the trending indicator. 


Assistance is greatly appreciated.

Ronnie Mansolillo
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Ronnie Mansolillo  
tedpenner :

On 6-27-2013 I listened a radio show that mentioned 4 components of a good system.  They were price and volume indicators (Stochastics), support/resistance indicators, and trending indicators.  I sure wish I had constructed the presence of mind to get more information about that because it seems to have stuck with me for quite some time.  I now need to prepare for writing it using MT5 Wizard (F4).


I have chosen the Stochastics Oscillator for price and volume, the ATR (Average True Range) Oscillator for support and resistance levels, and the Simple Moving Average as the trending indicator.  


Assistance is greatly appreciated.

Hi Ted,

The Wizard contains a number of modules included to create expert but in code base you can  find many others that probably can help you to build what you want.

For example take a look at this link:

https://www.mql5.com/en/search#!keyword=wizard&module=mql5_module_codebase

To do the research you just type in the search box "wizard" and in the left column select code base.

Good luck

Ronnie

marketcoding
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marketcoding  
Rosiman:

Hi Ted,

The Wizard contains a number of modules included to create expert but in code base you can  find many others that probably can help you to build what you want.

For example take a look at this link:

https://www.mql5.com/en/search#!keyword=wizard&module=mql5_module_codebase

To do the research you just type in the search box "wizard" and in the left column select code base.

Good luck

Ronnie

Thanks for that. 

It returned results the first time but not now http://screencast.com/t/F9f6x4QUv7yU

Ideally, it would incorporate Stochastic (signals), ADX (confirmation of trend), and MACD (directional confirmation).

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