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Biedrs kopš Oct 08, 2010  407 ieraksti ibthescottyb Jun 02 2014 at 06:51
In this example, I use the EA as a tool.

The premise of the EA is when placed on a chart, it will establish Entry and exit points based on the Highs AND lows of an established number of candles in the past. These entry points will lock in place until the EA is reset or certain conditions are met.

One order will be placed on chart if an entry line is crossed, LONG order for top entry point being crossed or SHORT order if lower entry point is crossed. Stop loss will be just before the opposing entry point or value in pips as set in the user defined variables (whichever is less).

If an order closes in loss, the EA will wait until there is a breach of the same or opposing entry point, in which a new order will be opened at the same or higher lot size based on order value sequence below. Series will repeat until last order in sequence closes in loss, EA is removed from chart, or losses recovered.

I have several charts loaded on my MT4 platform - 30m.

I wait for Bill Williams Alligator to be close in alignment, then I load the EA and let it to the rest of the work.

Bill Williams Alligator https://ta.mql4.com/indicators/bills/alligator

'Most of the time the market remains stationary. Only for some 15–30% of time the market generates trends, and traders who are not located in the exchange itself derive most of their profits from the trends. My Grandfather used to repeat: 'Even a blind chicken will find its corns, if it is always fed at the same time'.

We call the trade on the trend 'a blind chicken market'. It took us years, but we have produced an indicator, that lets us always keep our powder dry until we reach the blind chicken market' -Bill Williams

In principle, Alligator Technical Indicator is a combination of Balance Lines (Moving Averages) that use fractal geometry and nonlinear dynamics. The blue line (Alligator’s Jaw) is the Balance Line for the timeframe that was used to build the chart (13-period Smoothed Moving Average, moved into the future by 8 bars);

The red line (Alligator’s Teeth) is the Balance Line for the value timeframe of one level lower (8-period Smoothed Moving Average, moved by 5 bars into the future); The green line (Alligator’s Lips) is the Balance Line for the value timeframe, one more level lower (5-period Smoothed Moving Average, moved by 3 bars into the future). Lips, Teeth and Jaw of the Alligator show the interaction of different time periods.

As clear trends can be seen only 15 to 30 per cent of the time, it is essential to follow them and refrain from working on markets that fluctuate only within certain price periods.

When the Jaw, the Teeth and the Lips are closed or intertwined, it means the Alligator is going to sleep or is asleep already. As it sleeps, it gets hungrier and hungrier — the longer it will sleep, the hungrier it will wake up. The first thing it does after it wakes up is to open its mouth and yawn. Then the smell of food comes to its nostrils: flesh of a bull or flesh of a bear, and the Alligator starts to hunt it. Having eaten enough to feel quite full, the Alligator starts to lose the interest to the food/price (Balance Lines join together) — this is the time to fix the profit.



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