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Help wanted In Programming Aug 30 at 17:22
EA has been developped: http://crazytraderfx.blogspot.fr/2014/08/rsiea.html CrazyTrader Cheers
[quote]TheCyclist posted: http://forex-strategies-revealed.com/mt4/trailing-stop-eas E-trailing is what you're looking for, it's the first one. Just run it on a separate chart as a separate EA...[/quote] Nice link!
[quote]Staff posted: @CrazyTrader for what purpose? The data is obtained with a license fee and therefore we're not allowed to distribute the data freely.[/quote] Then at least a solution where we get the date & time of high impact news without data.... This would be great to create remind alert 5 min before each news or disable trading for some kind of strategy or activate straddle strategy just before the news...
[quote]Staff posted: Drew, reliability is our middle name [smiley] Kidding aside, our economic calendar is probably the best (free) economic calendar out there - providing truly real-time data as it is released. You should keep in mind that the delay in data received isn't due to any issues - it is simply the time it takes until the event is released to the public.[/quote] Why not creating an API Myfxbook Calendar?
[quote]cevsmile posted: Could you modify it litle bit, like adding a features from automatic to semi automatic? Example: Automated: True = your robot execute and run like usually. Automated: False = your robot will warn us and didn't place pending order automatically The point is, to make this robot flexible, one side we can use it as an indicator the other side is we can use it as an robot it self. [/quote] The version 1.0 has been released and Alert function has been added + other features! http://crazytraderfx.blogspot.fr/2013/10/free-ea.html Cheers
[quote]Bisho777 posted: only tested brokers plz ;)[/quote] I have asked Myfxbook to provide average pips spread for News so we can compare brokers an rank them.
Backtesting M15 or M5... or D1 doesn't mean you don't need tick data!
FXCM Programming In Ea Programmers Jul 26 at 14:59
Yeah they are scamming so much with this service! I got similar price 4 years ago... I was like 'I will think about it" then they immediately propose like 40% off. No way!
Guys... GUESS Whose Back ??? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxpTx0VDBKw Mr MK... is so clever that he is always posting to repeat the same noob thing over and over! New account created 6 days ago: Guess what: MK thinks like a raper, using slang with name: MK becomes Km. LOL Guess what: First post in his favorite thread Guess what: Keep quoting same members Dear MK, I feel sorry to say so, but if you don't want to be banned one more time, you better behave well from now! If you do criticize one more time any traders in any thread, you will get banned. If prefer to warn you that I'm hidde......
[quote]CrazyTrader posted: [quote]ahuruglica posted: Todays cad news. Area 1.0665 – 1.0680 is good support for long position. If market retraces in three waves, I will look to buy.[/quote] I would be worried regarding uptrend if market goes so low for pullback.[/quote] USCAD haven't crossed the 1.0700 area... and now is pushing higher
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