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Rent Market Products and Save Your Money!
MetaQuotes, 2015.02.19 08:46
Today, you can not only buy MetaTrader Market applications but also rent them. Renting a product is clearly much cheaper than purchasing a full license. Do you have any doubts about buying a trading robot? Do you want to test an indicator without the demo version limitations? Simply rent a program for a certain period of time to make sure that it is really what you need.
The amount of programs that can be rented is increasing daily. The Market already provides over 350 such applications:
The new option is beneficial for developers as well, since they are able to attract more clients by lower prices and more flexible payment conditions. Developers decide whether their products are available for rent and set appropriate rental fees. Thus, application sellers can significantly expand their customer base, since many potential buyers are reluctant to purchase a product due to its high price.
Buyers, in turn, are able to try an application by renting it at a low cost. Unlike a demo version, a rented program has no limitations. After the rental period expires, you can easily extend it or buy a full version.
RENT TRADING ROBOTS IN THE MARKET
newdigital, 2013.07.05 13:41
If you new to forex and/or Metatrader 5 so you can start with this thread : How to Start with MT5, a summary !
As to templates and systems so you can see :
How To Create Your Own Manual Trading Signal System Based On Indicators From MT5 CodeBase - Instruction For Non-Programmers
PriceChannel Parabolic systemPriceChannel Parabolic system basic edition
Market Condition Evaluation
story/thread was started from here/different thread
more to follow ...
How to Start with Metatrader 5
newdigital, 2013.06.04 20:32
I am on the way of preparation of the creation of some thread about Digital Filters/ So, I am inside Codebase now :) trying to find some indicators about. I found the following (it is just one of many articles about digital filters which invented by russians based on british research):
I used digital filters for the long time for MT4 ... as I remember - I created few of them (KGBP ... and it is still on MT4 CodeBase).
So, I am in big preparation for now. Just for information.
newdigital, 2013.07.15 21:19
Just good indicator found in Metatrader 5 CodeBase : GUPPY MULTIPLE MOVING AVERAGES :
These are two groups of exponential moving averages. The short term
group is a 3, 5, 8, 10, 12 and 15 day moving averages. This is a proxy
for the behaviour of short term traders and speculators in the market.
The long term group is made up of 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 60 day moving
averages. This is a proxy for the long term investors in the market.
The relationship within each of these groups tells us when there is
agreement on value - when they are close together - and when there is
disagreement on value - when they are well spaced apart.
The relationship between the two groups tells the trader about the
strength of the market action. A change in price direction that is well
supported by both short and long term investors signals a strong trading
opportunity. The crossover of the two groups of moving averages is not
as important as the relationship between them.
When both groups compress at the same time it alerts the trader to
increased price volatility and the potential for good trading
The Guppy Multiple Moving Average (GMMA) is an indicator that tracks the
inferred activity of the two major groups in the market. These are
investors and traders. Traders are always probing for a change in the
trend. In a downtrend they will take a trade in anticipation of a new up
trend developing. If it does not develop, then they get out of the
trade quickly. If the trend does change, then they stay with the trade,
but continue to use a short term management approach. No matter how long
the up trend remains in place, the trader is always alert for a
potential trend change. Often they use a volatility based indicator like
the count back line, or a short term 10 day moving average, to help
identify the exit conditions. The traders focus is on not losing money.
This means he avoids losing trading capital when the trade first starts,
and later he avoids losing too much of open profits as the trade moves
We track their inferred activity by using a group of short term moving
averages. These are 3, 5, 8, 10, 12 and 15 day exponentially calculated
moving averages. We select this combination because three days is about
half a trading week. Five days is one trading week. Eight days is about
a week and a half.
The traders always lead the change in trend. Their buying pushes prices
up in anticipation of a trend change. The only way the trend can
survive is if other buyers also come into the market. Strong trends are
supported by long term investors. These are the true gamblers in the
market because they tend to have a great deal of faith in their
analysis. They just know they are right, and it takes a lot to convince
them otherwise. When they buy a stock they invest money, their
emotions, their reputation and their ego. They simply do not like to
admit to a mistake. This may sound overstated, but think for a moment
about your investment in AMP or TLS. If purchased several years ago
these are both losing investments yet they remain in many portfolios and
perhaps in yours.
The investor takes more time to recognize the change in a trend. He
follows the lead set by traders. We track the investors inferred
activity by using a 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 60 day exponentially
calculated moving average. Each average is increased by one week. We
jump two weeks from 50 to 60 days in the final series because we
originally used the 60 day average as a check point.
This reflects the original development of this indicator where our focus
was on the way a moving average crossover delivered information about
agreement on value and price over multiple time frames. Over the years
we have moved beyond this interpretation and application of the
indicator. In the notes over the coming weeks we will show how this has
Our starting point was the lag that existed between the time of a
genuine trend break and the time that a moving average cross over entry
signal was generated. Our focus was on the change from a downtrend to
an up trend. Our preferred early warning tool was the straight edge
trend line which is simple to use and quite accurate. The problem with
using a single straight edge trend line was that some breakouts were
false. The straight edge trend line provided no way to separate the
false from the genuine.
On the other hand, the moving average crossover based on a 10 and 30 day
calculation, provided a higher level of certainty that the trend break
was genuine. However the disadvantage was that the crossover signal
might come many days after the initial trend break signal. This time lag
was further extended because the signal was based on end of day prices.
We see the exact cross over today, and if we were courageous, we could
enter tomorrow. Generally traders waited for another day to verify that
the crossover had actually taken place which delayed the entry until 2
days after the actual crossover. This time lag meant that price had
often moved up considerably by the time the trade was opened.
The standard solution called for a combination of short term moving
averages to move the crossover point further back in time so that it was
closer to the breakout signaled by a close above the straight edge
trend line. The drawback was that the shorter the moving average, the
less reliable it became. In plotting multiple moving averages on a
single chart display four significant features emerged.
These broad relationships, and the more advanced relationships used with
the GMMA are summarized in the chart. Over the following series of
articles we will examine the identification and application of each of
This is the most straightforward application of the GMMA and it worked
well with “V’ shaped trend changes. It was not about taking the lag out
of the moving average calculation. It is about validating a prior trend
break signal by examining the relationship between price and value. Once
the initial trend break signal is validated by the GMMA the trader is
able to enter a breakout trade with a higher level of confidence.
The CBA chart shows the classic application of the GMMA. We start with
the breakout above the straight edge trend line. The vertical line shows
the decision point on the day of the breakout. We need to be sure that
this breakout is for real and likely to continue upwards. After several
months in a downtrend the initial breakout sometimes fails and develops
as shown by the thick black line. This signals a change in the nature of
the trend line from a resistance function prior to the breakout to a
support function after the breakout.
The GMMA is used to assess the probability that the trend break shown by
the straight edge trend line is genuine. We start by observing the
activity of the short term group. This tells us how traders are
thinking. In area A we see a compression of the averages. This suggests
that traders have reached an agreement on price and value. The price of
CBA has been driven so low that many traders now believe it is worth
more than the current traded price. The only way they can take advantage
of this ‘cheap’ price is to buy stock. Unfortunately many other short
term traders have reached the same conclusion. They also want to buy at
this price. A bidding war erupts. Traders who believe they are missing
out on the opportunity outbid their competitors to ensure they get a
position in the stock at favorable prices.
The compression of these averages shows agreement about price and value.
The expansion of the group shows that traders are excited about the
future prospects of increased value even though prices are still rising.
These traders buy in anticipation of a trend change. They are probing
for a trend change.
We use the straight edge trend line to signal an increased probability
of a trend change. When this signal is generated we observe this change
in direction and separation in the short term group of averages. We know
traders believe this stock has a future. We want confirmation that the
long term investors are also buying this confidence.
The long term group of averages, at the decision point, is showing signs
of compression and the beginning of a change in direction. Notice how
quickly the compression starts and the decisive change in direction.
This is despite the longest average of 60 days which we would normally
expect to lag well behind any trend change. This compression in the long
term group is evidence of the synchronicity relationship that makes the
GMMA so useful.
This compression and change in direction tells us that there is an
increased probability that the change in trend direction is for real –
it is sustainable. This encourages us to buy the stock soon after the
decision point shown.
The GMMA picks up a seismic shift in the markets sentiment as it
happens, even though we are using a 60 day moving average.. Later we
will look at how this indicator is used to develop reliable advance
signals of this change. This compression and eventual crossover within
the long term group takes place in area B. The trend change is
confirmed. The agreement amongst investors about price and value cannot
last. Where there is agreement some people see opportunity. There are
many investors who will have missed out on joining the trend change
prior to area B. Now the change is confirmed they want to get part of
the action. Generally investors move larger funds than traders. Their
activity in the market has a larger impact.
The latecomers can only buy stock if they outbid their competitors. The
stronger the initial trend, the more pressure there is to get an early
position. This increased bidding supports the trend. This is shown by
the way the long term group continue to move up, and by the way the long
term group of averages separates. The wider the spread the more
powerful the underlying trend.
Even the traders retain faith in this tend change. The sell off that
takes place in area C is not very strong. The group of short term
averages dips towards the long term group and then bounces away quickly.
The long term group of averages show that investors take this
opportunity to buy stock at temporarily wakened prices. Although the
long term group falters out at this point, the degree of separation
remains relatively constant and this confirms the strength of the
The temporary collapse of the short term group comes after a 12%
appreciation in price. Short term traders exit the trade taking short
term profits at this level of return and this is reflected by the
compression and collapse of the short term group of averages. As long
term investors step into the market and buy CBA at these weakened
prices, traders sense that the trend is well supported. Their activity
takes off, and the short term group of averages rebounds, separates, and
then run parallel to the long term group as the trend continues.
The GMMA identifies a significant change in the markets opinion about
CBA. The compression of the short term and long term groups validates
the trend break signal generated by a close above the straight edge
trend line. Using this basic application of the GMMA, the trader has the
confidence necessary to buy CBA at, or just after the decision points
shown on the chart extract.
Using this straightforward application of the GMMA also kept traders out
of false breakouts. The straight edge trend line provides the first
indication that a downtrend may be turning to an up trend. The CSL chart
shows two examples of a false break from a straight edge trend line. We
start with decision point A. The steep downtrend is clearly broken by a
close above the trend line. If this is a genuine trend break then we
have the opportunity to get in early well before any moving average
This trend break collapses quickly. If we had first observed this chart
near decision point B then we may have chosen to plot the second trend
line as shown. This plot takes advantage of the information on the
chart. We know the first break was false, and by taking this into
account we set the second trend line plot. Can this trend break be
relied upon? If we are right we get to ride a new up trend. If we are
wrong we stand to lose money if we stay with a continuation of the
downtrend. The straight edge trend line by itself does not provide
enough information to make a good decision.
When we apply the GMMA we get a getter idea of the probability of the
trend line break actually being the start of a new up trend. The key
relationship is the level of separation in the long term group of
averages, and trend direction they are traveling. At both decision point
A and decision point B the long term group is well separated.
Investors do not like this stock. Every time there is a rise in prices
they take advantage of this to sell. Their selling overwhelms the market
and drives prices down so the downtrend continues.
The degree of separation between the two groups of moving averages also
makes it more difficult for either of the rallies to successfully change
the direction of the trend. The most likely outcome is a weak rally
followed by a collapse and continuation of the down trend. This
observation keeps the trader, and the investor, out of CSL.
Looking forward we do see a convergence between the short term group of
averages and the long term group of averages. Additionally the long term
group begins to narrow down, suggesting a developing level of
agreement about price and value amongst investors in April and May. In
late March the 10 day moving average closes above the 30 day moving
average, generating a classic moving average buy signal.
Financial and trading videos - Table of Contents
angevoyageur, 2013.10.02 15:46
Under construction - Stay tuned !
Famous traders / Interviews.
Trading and The Laws of Abundance - Video about trading psychology
How to Control Your Emotions When Trading. Part 1
How to Control Your Emotions When Trading. Part 2
What the forex is ?
Simple example about entry and exit method for swing traders (D1 timeframe).
Why 80% fail at using a trend following technique to trade the forex.
How to trade support resistance levels (s/r), and different kinds of s/r.
2 ways of analysis: fundamental analysis and technical analysis.
Trading Strategy - Day Trading Confirmation Entry.
Ichimoku vs Moving Average Trade Analysis.
High Frequency Trading Explained
Boris Schlossberg about Futures vs. Spot ForexHigh frequency trading in action. CNN's
Maggie Lake gets a rare look inside the super-fast trading industry.
High Frequency Trading Explained (HFT)
Day Trading Methods So Easy Anyone Can Use
Financial Crisis in Euro Cyprus doesn't always mean short - sell when using price action.
Gold, Crude, Russell with price action trading by John Paul.
Market conditions -- where will the price move ?
Technical Analysis for Idiots - My Market Theory.
Technical Analysis Course - Module 1: Technical Analysis and the Dow Theory
Technical Analysis Course - Module 2: Charting Basics
Technical Analysis Course - Module 3: Trend Concepts
Technical Analysis Course - Module 4: Reversal and Continuation Patterns
Technical Analysis Course - Module 5: Volume and Open Interest
Technical Analysis Course - Module 6: Moving Averages
Technical Analysis Course - Module 7: Oscillators and Sentiment Indicators
Technical Analysis Course - Module 8: Further Charting
Technical Analysis Course - Module 9: Elliott Waves and Cycles of Time
Technical Analysis Course - Module 10: Cloud Charts: the Ichimoku Technique
Technical Analysis Course - Module 11: Money Management and Computers
Technical Analysis Course - Module 12: How to Build a Trading Systems
Technical Analysis Course - Module 13: The Stock Market
Technical Analysis Course - Module 14: Futures
Technical Analysis Course - Module 15: Options
Technical Analysis Course - Module 16: Forex Trading
Technical Analysis Course - Module 17: Strategies and Trading Principle
Best Forex Indicator To Use
Effective Forex Exit Strategy For Traders
Trading the Dow Jones: Wall Street Index
Trading the FTSE: UK 100
Trading the Natural Gas Price
Trading the Nikkei
Data Announcements: Non-Farm Payrolls, GDP Figures and Central Bank Interventions
Most Popular Indices: FTSE vs Dax vs Dow
Trading the USD/JPY Currency Pair
Forex Trading and Leverage
Range Bound or Trending | The Best Way Traders Can Determine Market Conditions
Technical Analysis vs Fundamentals: How Reliable are Technicals ?
Trading the Oil Price
Trading lesson #1 ADX Indicator
Trading lesson #2 CCI Indicator
Trading the Silver Price
EUR/USD - Most Popular Currency with Traders
The Importance of Exit Strategy, part 1
The Importance of Exit Strategy, part 2
The Importance of Exit Strategy, part 3
The Importance of Exit Strategy, part 4 - guidance of great traders
Something Interesting in Financial Video June 2013
Something Interesting in Financial Video July 2013
Something Interesting in Financial Video August 2013
Something Interesting in Financial Video September 2013
Something Interesting in Financial Video October 2013
angevoyageur, 2013.10.02 17:42
Trading legend John Bollinger discusses industry analysis
John Bollinger discusses some of the misconceptions about trading the bands.
High frequency trading provided by Steve Kroft.
10 Golden Rules of Trading explained by former floor trader and retired hedge manager, Adam Hewison
Martin J. Pring's Classic Trading Rules
Something Interesting to Read February 2014
newdigital, 2014.02.03 09:22
Guppy Trading, Essential Methods For Modern Trading : Daryl Guppy
A compilation of the very best of Daryl Guppy
Daryl Guppy has been one of Australia's foremost experts on share
trading and charting for almost 20 years. His first book, Share Trading,
is still a must-read for people wanting to learn about the market and
is widely accepted as the best-selling trading book ever in Australia.
Guppy Trading contains detailed analysis of many topics, including:
making effective trades based on news events and informed trading
advanced application of the Guppy Multiple Moving Average to assess the true strength of a trend
how to establish and improve trade entry, exit and stop loss points in volatile markets
effective trading of international markets
safely integrating derivatives to boost portfolio returns.
Guppy Trading contains 23 of the most enduring and important chapters
from Guppy's earlier books, completely revised, and combines them with
10 entirely new chapters. These new chapters detail new trading methods
and instruments that have been developed to create additional
opportunities and ensure survival in interconnected modern markets. This
comprehensive compendium is critical reading for traders looking to
maximise their returns.
MT5 CodeBase :
newdigital, 2013.09.20 08:21
Market Condition Evaluation based on standard indicators in Metatrader 5
newdigital, 2013.09.05 09:53
3 Easy Triangle Patterns Every Forex Trader Should Know - Symmetrical Triangle
The first type of pattern is the symmetrical triangle pattern. It is
formed by two intersecting trendlines of similar slope converging at a
point called the apex.
In the above example of a symmetrical triangle you can easily see on
the AUDUSD 1-Hour chart the intersection of a rising trendline and a
downtrend line at the bottom of a larger trend. Sellers are unable to
push prices lower and buyers can’t push price to new highs.
newdigital, 2013.09.05 09:55
3 Easy Triangle Patterns Every Forex Trader Should Know - Ascending Triangle
The next type of triangle pattern is the ascending triangle. It is
easily recognized by a rising trend line intersecting with a flat
resistance line. It is often regarded by traders as a bullish pattern
characterized by a breaking out above resistance when completed.
However, in the ascending triangle pattern, breakouts can take place
below resistance. This can especially be the case when the trend prior
to the triangle was down.