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Abiroid GMMA Trend Scanner Dashboard
This is a Dashboard Scanner for finding good trades using the GMMA method as base and TDI method for trend verification.
All buttons for all Pairs and Timeframes are clickable and will change the chart for you to that Symbol/TimeFrame.
Green "G-Buy" button means good Buy Trend and Red "G-Sell" button means good Sell Trend.
Gray "G" means just a cross has happened but trend is not strong enough yet.
Read scanner details here:
How Scanner finds the trades:
When short GMMA crosses Long GMMA upwards it will wait for some bars (customizable) for TDI to show strong BUY trend.
When short GMMA crosses Long GMMA downwards it will wait for some bars (customizable) for TDI to show strong SELL trend.
About GMMA In Brief:
GMMA attempts to identify trends by combining two groups of moving averages with differing time periods:
The long-term EMAs (30, 35, 40, 45, 50, and 60) the behaviors of investors that have taken a long-term approach to a given market. The short-term EMAs represent traders (3, 5, 8, 10, 12, and 18) who are attempting to capture short-term profits.
As you can see in the screenshots, blue lines are the short-term EMAs and red lines are long-term. So, buy when all of the blue lines cross above all of the red lines, and sell when the blue lines cross below the red lines. Right after a cross usually the red EMAs consolidate (get closer) and price has a slight reversal. Best time to buy is when the red EMAs start separating and price starts back again towards the trend using Count Back Line approach.
More about GMMA:
You can learn more about this method and see it working with other free indicators here:
How to Trade:
Best way to use this indicator is with Support and Resistance or Pivot points to know when the good trend might end. Or any other indicators which show reversal areas. And set Take Profits accordingly.
You can set StopLoss using the Count Back Line approach.
About Count Back Line:
Please don't use too many Timeframes and too many Pairs because Scanner will need to scan each and every one and might get slower the more pairs you select.
Scanner scans every bar only once for GMMA cross. But it scans every tick for TDI strong signal. So that it can inform you immediately when trade is good.
Only trade trending markets with Higher timeframes. Don't trade when market is sideways. Ranging markets will have too many GMMA crosses and will show unreliable signals.
- Added NRTR Trend Check
- Added diamond symbol indicating Trend (TDI or NRTR)
- Added Arrows indicating HTF Alignment
- Removed "Show GMMA Lines". Use free indicator for that:
Fixed Bug: G-Buy not calculated properly for some pairs
Bug fix: GMMA Cross Memory error
- Added Highlight Open Order Pairs
- Added Higher timeframe Trend Align check
- Added feature for File Alerts in MQL4/Files folder
Useful for getting alerts in your EA.
For e.g.: using Abiroid Telegram Forwarder EA like this:
- Added option MaxPastBars: Num of past bars to calculate GMMA Lines for.
Fixed TDI trend bug.
- Specify Long and Short MA values as comma-separated lists
- Specify a secondary Long/Short MA (Group2) and it's own separate Group2 Pair List
(Useful for Pairs where volatility is less and you need to use different MA values)
Created Prefix external variable
Added code to fix too many alerts.
Will now show G-Buy and G-Sell buttons for strong Buy/Sell signals.
- Fixed bug: odd no. of rows not rendered correctly
- Added feature to adjust font size. For best experience, use fontSize between 5 and 8
Auto Panel Width Resize based on Number of Timeframes
Added ColumnsNum Input for multiple columns
Added ShowGMMALines Input to show/hide GMMA Lines if required