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Looking for the most active and violent pair for trading with my Home built EA

Professor53
Jul 19 2012 at 19:01
795 posts
I have built a excellant EA that does not loose during violent trading. The only problem is that ranging isnt good for it. I need to find a violent up and down pair to trade. Trades any direction wthout concern. Currently forward beta testing well on EURUSD, Silver and GBPUSD. Looking for exotics or anything that moves violently in any directiion. This is not a scalping EA, but works on the principle of math. ANy thoughts on this is encouraged to share with me. Garry

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j4byers (j4byers)
Jul 19 2012 at 19:27
6 posts
You could try filtering out pairs with low average true range. Check out the function iATR: https://docs.mql4.com/indicators/iATR. Higher ATR means higher volatility. :)

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Professor53
Jul 19 2012 at 19:42
795 posts
Hey, Thats a great ideal !!! Would anyone know if theres a live chart or live web site that posts this info in real time? thanks Garry

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SanandaJmmanuel
Jul 20 2012 at 04:33
27 posts
You should try GBP/AUD and GBP/NZD. the thing is that violent is dependable on market hours.

1 - toyko opening
2- London Opening
3- after US stock market 30 mins later.

these 3 timing is sufficient.

BotMaster
Aug 23 2012 at 21:16
5 posts
most violent once are EUR/USD AUD/'USD GBP/USD JPY/USD rest of them have LOW VOLUME .meaning not much action going on .. but yes we could see LOW VOLUME spikes in there but they are not as good as BIG Volume spikes specially if your EA works on match principles .

i like to see/know more info on your signal when u get in and how and why . i have something simular allready done and its working great , maybe we can incorporate 2 in 1 or something like that.

stevewalker
stevewalker
Aug 23 2012 at 23:00
1439 posts
GBPCHF is the most volatil pair.

walker

Professor53
Aug 24 2012 at 06:12
795 posts
Thanks Steve.

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Professor53
Aug 24 2012 at 06:14
795 posts
Its my own EA. trades both side of the same pair in double negative correlation with a antimartingal setup plus a little trick to reset to normal.

garry

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myfxblogsignals
Aug 24 2012 at 08:22
5 posts
GBPJPY is the most violent pair. Robots can be a great tool, but let's be real -there's no perfect 'one' that will work in all environments, all the time and the scammer will try to entice you with historical data and back-testing logs. Hey, You could try using Supply / Demand Strategy.

BotMaster
Aug 24 2012 at 08:22
5 posts
Hmm sound like some sort hedging to me . i got my own EA as well but it works on def principals .

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