Re: Something interesting please post here (Metatrader)

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ionone wrote: Wed May 01, 2024 7:16 pm Synthetic VIX

created from that video with a very simple formula it looks very very similar to VIX


Synthetic VIX.ex4Synthetic VIX.mq4

yellow line is the VIX (bullish) red line is the bearish "VIX"

Jeff

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Hey
I like very much your new indi
It is possible to has it in MTF?

Re: Something interesting please post here (Metatrader)

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ionone wrote: Wed May 01, 2024 5:45 pm well for a working EA, I think it's reasonably priced, all things considered (if you consider that a good working EA is at least $100K)
The name alone screams scam, results from a recommended pair from last year. Sorry not trying to be mean, but this EA is definitely not worth $1200, in my opinion.


ps) the indicator he is selling for $100 almost for sure it's the freely available afl winner indicator, which we have free versions available here and elsewhere.

Re: Something interesting please post here (Metatrader)

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mrtools wrote: Wed May 01, 2024 8:30 pm The name alone screams scam, results from a recommended pair from last year. Sorry not trying to be mean, but this EA is definitely not worth $1200, in my opinion.


ps) the indicator he is selling for $100 almost for sure it's the freely available afl winner indicator, which we have free versions available here and elsewhere.
then why don't you provide a better EA at $1K ? I would buy it ;)


IdeaRe: Something interesting please post here (Metatrader)

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I am not sure how this indicator works but the divergence section of it does not work.

REQUEST:
  • If the divergence lines were drawn it would be a really great indi.
  • If the fast line was to give an on-screen signal (line/arrow) when it crossed zero then this would be of great help.
in live trading it does, remarkably, live up to its name as a 'forecaster'.

If anyone does use this indicator there are 3 very important things to look out for:-
  1. when the fast (DodgerBlue/Black) lines cross the lime area it is always (so far) a safe exit.
  2. when the lime histos and darkblue histos are between the levels +0.5 and -0.5 it is a sideways movement.
  3. when the fast (DodgerBlue/Black) lines crosses zero it is a very accurate signal (that is why a signal or alert is needed).
  4. As I said the divergence does not work but if it is as good as the rest of the indicator it will be a very useful tool
    Every time it is refreshed the indi recalculates - but it does not repaint in live trading.
I'd be interested to hear how this indicator is so accurate if anyone has any insight.
Thanks
TEAMTRADER

Re: Something interesting please post here (Metatrader)

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TEAMTRADER wrote: Fri May 03, 2024 4:31 am I am not sure how this indicator works but the divergence section of it does not work.

REQUEST:
  • If the divergence lines were drawn it would be a really great indi.
  • If the fast line was to give an on-screen signal (line/arrow) when it crossed zero then this would be of great help.
in live trading it does, remarkably, live up to its name as a 'forecaster'.

If anyone does use this indicator there are 3 very important things to look out for:-
  1. when the fast (DodgerBlue/Black) lines cross the lime area it is always (so far) a safe exit.
  2. when the lime histos and darkblue histos are between the levels +0.5 and -0.5 it is a sideways movement.
  3. when the fast (DodgerBlue/Black) lines crosses zero it is a very accurate signal (that is why a signal or alert is needed).
  4. As I said the divergence does not work but if it is as good as the rest of the indicator it will be a very useful tool
    Every time it is refreshed the indi recalculates - but it does not repaint in live trading.
I'd be interested to hear how this indicator is so accurate if anyone has any insight.
Thanks
TEAMTRADER
I find this indicator very interesting. Hope our experts @mrtools, @kvak have a look into it for possible improvements.
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