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Is there any technique that can guess next 4h is trending or volatile?

BitQ Group (BitQ)
Mar 29 2020 at 16:46
4 posts
I developing an EA but I need to guess the market condition in the next 4h is trending or volatile / swing so EA can do optimize its performance.
Is there any technique that is possible to do that with the accuracy >50%?
Any help, keyword, theory, link, existing indicator are welcome.

rickyb
Mar 30 2020 at 04:39
83 posts
look at previous 1- 2 or more candles if next candle is getting bigger than those candles ; you have a probable tend.

BitQ Group (BitQ)
Mar 30 2020 at 07:52
4 posts
Thanks, it's probable, I'm looking for sth more complex, perhaps I need to combine with fundamental analysis.

Nasrul Md Noor (Nasrul_Swing)
Mar 30 2020 at 11:35
137 posts
No one know what will happen next. My suggestion is, just use any strategy that are well known. Most important part in this fx trading is manage your loss.
Best regards.

Jaga Modal & Kekal Profit Selalu.
Tezilkree
Apr 04 2020 at 05:18
57 posts
It seems to me that you would guess this, probably, there is no technology.

Tezilkree
Jul 08 2020 at 05:38
57 posts
It seems to me that there is no guaranteed equipment.

Laige
Jul 29 2020 at 16:48
24 posts
I also doubt there's any technology or technique. But personally I think that fundamental analysis may help you a little in this case. Of course, you won't become a master in market forecasting, and you won't know exactly what's going to happen next. But it will help you at least know what to expect from the market. The advice is certainly not great. But I hope it will help you at least a little.

Darrensmith
Oct 07 2020 at 08:23
37 posts
Certain indicators can be used to trade volatile stocks, but the trader must also monitor price action.

Forex21
Oct 07 2020 at 09:42
416 posts
You can measure the number of ticks and compare it with the average number of ticks. Higher...more likely to see more volatility than usual.

The same can be done with price speed. Faster moving price....probably more volatility.


Time of day and active session can be also used. Frankfurt/London open plus one hour and NY open plus one hour....more volatility than the rest of day.

I hope this helps
Alexander

Gleywilleyy
Oct 16 2020 at 12:06
47 posts
Our best chances are, looking at the previous candles.

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