The main drawback of traditional methods for displaying price information using bars and Japanese candlesticks is that they are bound to the time period. It was perhaps optimal at the time when these methods were created but today when the market movements are sometimes too rapid, prices displayed in a chart in this way do not contribute to a prompt response to the new movement. The proposed price chart display method does not have this drawback and provides a quite familiar layout.
The article is devoted to the practical application of the fuzzy logic concept for financial markets analysis. We propose the example of the indicator generating signals based on two fuzzy rules based on Envelopes indicator. The developed indicator uses several indicator buffers: 7 buffers for calculations, 5 buffers for the charts display and 2 color buffers.
The article provides a review of AutoElliottWaveMaker - the first development for Elliott Wave analysis in MetaTrader 5 that represents a combination of manual and automatic wave labeling. The wave analysis tool is written exclusively in MQL5 and does not include external dll libraries. This is another proof that sophisticated and interesting programs can (and should) be developed in MQL5.
DCMV Trade Channel Oscillator The indicator calculates the values of DCMV trade channel oscillator: Trade channel width. The value of trade channel depends on the trend (it increases at start of the trend and has the maximum values at end of the trend). The value of trade channel decreases at flat movement. The lowest values of channel width indicates the high probability of the very strong price movement. The +DC line shows the "bulls" power. The -DC line shows the "bears" power. The value of
The Reverse Bar indicator paints the reversal bars according to trade strategy, described by Bill Williams in "Trading Chaos. Maximize Profits with Proven Technical Techniques" book. The bearish reversal bar has red or pink color (red-stronger signal) The bullish reversal bar has blue or light blue color(blue - stronger signal) It is recommended to use it on hourly timeframe (H1) and higher.
This indicator is an adaptation of the MQL4 TDI writen by Dean Malone. It uses RSI oscillator to assist traders to identify market conditions and reversals. Many strategies have been developed involving TDI or similar indicators which proves it's reliability and potential profitability. Blue shadow and yellow market line can be removed from chart in the indicator options panel. A file with instructions is available upon request.
The MQL5.com website remembers all of you quite well! How many of your threads are epic, how popular your articles are and how often your programs in the Code Base are downloaded – this is only a small part of what is remembered at MQL5.com. Your achievements are available in your profile, but what about the overall picture? In this article we will show the general picture of all MQL5.community members achievements.
If MQL5 language functional is not enough for fulfilling tasks, an MQL5 programmer has to use additional tools. He\she has to pass to another programming language and create an intermediate DLL. MQL5 has the possibility to present various data types and transfer them to API but, unfortunately, MQL5 cannot solve the issue concerning data extraction from the accepted pointer. In this article we will dot all the "i"s and show simple mechanisms of exchanging and working with complex data types.
This article draws your attention to the brief review of the method and program code of the mechanical trading system based on the technique proposed by Stanislav Chuvashov. The market analysis considered in the article has something in common with Thomas DeMark's approach to drawing trend lines for the last closest time interval, fractals being the reference points in the construction of trend lines.
This indicator is based on a classic Commodity Channel Index (CCI) indicator. Multi TimeFrame indicator MTF-CCI shows CCI data from the 4 timeframes by your choice. By default this indicator has external parameters: TF1 = 1; TimeFrame2b = true; TF2 = 5; TimeFrame3b = true; TF3 = 15; TimeFrame4b = true; TF4 = 60; InpPeriod = 13; InpPRICE = 5; You can change TF1-TF4 in the next limits: TF1 from M1 (1) to H4 (240) TF2 from M5 (5) to D1 (1440) TF3 from M15 (15) to W1 (10080) TF4 from M30 (30) to MN1
This indicator is based on a classic Momentum indicator. Multi TimeFrame indicator MTF-Momentum shows data from the 4 timeframes by your choice. By default this indicator has external parameters: TF1 = 1; TimeFrame2b = true; TF2 = 5; TimeFrame3b = true; TF3 = 15; TimeFrame4b = true; TF4 = 60; InpPeriod = 14; InpappPRICE = 0; You can change TF1-TF4 in the next limits: TF1 from M1 (1) to H4 (240) TF2 from M5 (5) to D1 (1440) TF3 from M15 (15) to W1 (10080) TF4 from M30 (30) to MN1 (43200) All chos
This indicator is based on a classic DeMarker indicator. Multi TimeFrame indicator MTF-DeMarker shows data from the 4 timeframes by your choice. By default this indicator has external parameters: TF1 = 1; TimeFrame2b = true; TF2 = 5; TimeFrame3b = true; TF3 = 15; TimeFrame4b = true; TF4 = 60; InpPeriod = 14; You can change TF1-TF4 in the next limits: TF1 from M1 (1) to H4 (240) TF2 from M5 (5) to D1 (1440) TF3 from M15 (15) to W1 (10080) TF4 from M30 (30) to MN1 (43200) All chosen TFs should be
The article focuses on one-step-ahead forecasting for EURUSD using EViews software and a further evaluation of forecasting results using the programs in EViews. The forecast involves regression models and is evaluated by means of an Expert Advisor developed for MetaTrader 4.