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EA News

EA News is an indicator-less news trading Expert Advisor that includes multiple strategies for trading rapid price swings. It is designed to simplify the placement of pending orders at a specified distance from the price of price channel. The EA can trade both the price breakouts and rebounds. During the specified price period the price of pending orders varies depending on the current price or channel. If there is a rapid change, one of the orders is activated while the other one is deleted. The EA features transfer of orders to breakeven and trailing stop. Added two time periods for placing orders with different time entry options. Example 1: “2003.8.12 17:35”. Example 2: “17:35” - return the current date with the specified time. Example 3: “2003.8.12” - return the date with the midnight time “00:00”.


Parameters

  • ChoiceOfPeriod - select the time period;
  • StartTimeFirst - beginning of the first period for placing and modifying pending orders;
  • EndTimeFirst - end of the first period for placing and modifying pending orders;
  • StartTimeSecond - beginning of the second period for placing and modifying pending orders;
  • EndTimeSecond - end of the second period for placing and modifying pending orders;
  • Buy - select the type, Stop or Limit orders;
  • Sell - select the type, Stop or Limit orders;
  • TakeProfit - take profit;
  • StopLoss - stop loss;
  • Indent - select the offset from the Price or Channel;
  • Distance - offset in points;
  • ChannelBars - the number of bars to measure the high and low levels of the channel;
  • ChannelColor - channel color;
  • ModifyStep - step for modification;
  • MoneyManagement - money management: 1. FixedLot - fixed. 2. Balans - based on total balance. 3. FreeMargin - based on free margin. 4. Equity - based on equity.
  • Lot - lot size when using fixed calculation;
  • RiskPercent – value of risk as a percentage for lot calculation;
  • AfterLoss – increase the lot size after a losing trade;
  • Trailing - select 'Simple' trailing, transfer to 'Breakeven' or 'Off';
  • TrailingStop - trailing or breakeven size;
  • Magic - unique magic number for identifying positions;
  • ExpirationOfOrder - enable/disable the expiration time for the pending orders. If an order is not triggered before EndTime + MinutesExpiry, the order is deleted.
  • MinutesExpiry - order expiration time in minutes, must be at least 10 minutes!
  • DeleteOrders - enable/disable deleting pending orders;
  • SecondsToDelete - seconds to delete the pending orders after EndTime ends;
  • ClosingOrders - enable/disable closing open orders;
  • MinuteToClosing - minutes before closing open orders after EndTime ends;
  • mSecSleep - delay between modification of orders. Time is in milliseconds (1 second = 1000 milliseconds)(does not work in the tester!);
  • Slippage - slippage;
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Version 1.4 - 2017.09.06
Added the parameters:
• ChoiceOfPeriod - select the time period;
• ExpirationOfOrder - enable/disable the expiration time for the pending orders. If an order is not triggered before EndTime + MinutesExpiry, the order is deleted.
• MinutesExpiry - order expiration time in minutes, must be at least 10 minutes!
Version 1.3 - 2017.07.14
Fixed removing pending orders at the end of EndTimeFirst or EndTimeSecond period upon passing of SecondsToDelete seconds when DeleteOrders=true.
Version 1.2 - 2017.07.04
Added two time intervals:
StartTimeFirst - start of the first period for placing and modifying pending orders;
EndTimeFirst - end of the first period for placing and modifying pending orders;
StartTimeSecond - start of the second period for placing and modifying pending orders;
EndTimeSecond - end of the second period for placing and modifying pending orders.
Version 1.1 - 2017.06.22
Modified the StartTime and EndTime input parameters, they now have the ability to select multiple time options. Example 1: "2003.8.12 17:35". Example 2: "17:35" - return the current date with the specified time. Example 3: "2003.8.12" - return the date with midnight time "00:00".