Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#2104
xard777 wrote:
Mon Apr 06, 2020 6:13 pm
As per request by stond... update
Remember to copy all files over including the expert.

Scale for OCTAVEMATH is default for WS30, please adjust for other charts.
Xard777
Hey Xard, thank you for your newer releases, when i change scales as u said in indicator comment for WS its now 1 but indicator saying for WS its 32 scale? could u say how scale works in new version? like for currencies, DAX and gold and HK + WS is 1


Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#2106
Hi Pikachu,

If you change the scale in OCTAVEMATH (input menu) from Scale 1 to 16 you can view the overall Map on 1hr condensed and trade the 5 min.
Just food for thought.
Xard777

PS Disregard the Pip$ in the picture, currently in a WS30 trade.
EURUSD.png

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#2108
xard777 wrote:
Mon Apr 06, 2020 6:13 pm
As per request by stond... update
Remember to copy all files over including the expert.

Scale for OCTAVEMATH is default for WS30, please adjust for other charts.
Xard777
hai XARD bro,
my mt4 is freezing for the latest updation bro..what i should i do in this condition bro?

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#2109
normannasty, please understand that if someone answer your question for example "yes go for SELL when price cross MA and candles turn pink", and then price reverse and shoot up because of some news or a fuc.....tweet from the most intelligent and brightest and best president of the history of USA, you can imagine how that person would feel. Because you lost money following someone's advice.
Follow XARD rules and your instinct.

What are the rules to enter a trade?
(Xard words) "When there is a Blue DOT on your chart you take Blue Candle BUY trades only, when there is a Red DOT on your chart you take Pink Candle SELL trades only.
Your main BIAS is the Silver Zigzag line which also is shown by an UP/Down Arrow on the relevant Blue/Red DOTS."

What are the rules to exit a trade?
When there is a Blue DOT and pink candles cross the MA you should exit
When there is a Red DOT and blue candles cross the MA you should exit

How to use Murrey Math Octaves Indicator:
(Xard words) "I use MMATH to identify OBOS (OverBought & OverSold) areas such as 8/8th to +2/8th & 0/8th to -2/8th levels, once price leaves these levels they tend to move to the 4/8th level. "

Regards
Mario

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#2110
mario_lima wrote:
Tue Apr 07, 2020 3:17 am
normannasty, please understand that if someone answer your question for example "yes go for SELL when price cross MA and candles turn pink", and then price reverse and shoot up because of some news or a fuc.....tweet from the most intelligent and brightest and best president of the history of USA, you can imagine how that person would feel. Because you lost money following someone's advice.
Follow XARD rules and your instinct.

What are the rules to enter a trade?
(Xard words) "When there is a Blue DOT on your chart you take Blue Candle BUY trades only, when there is a Red DOT on your chart you take Pink Candle SELL trades only.
Your main BIAS is the Silver Zigzag line which also is shown by an UP/Down Arrow on the relevant Blue/Red DOTS."

What are the rules to exit a trade?
When there is a Blue DOT and pink candles cross the MA you should exit
When there is a Red DOT and blue candles cross the MA you should exit

How to use Murrey Math Octaves Indicator:
(Xard words) "I use MMATH to identify OBOS (OverBought & OverSold) areas such as 8/8th to +2/8th & 0/8th to -2/8th levels, once price leaves these levels they tend to move to the 4/8th level. "

Regards
Mario
I asking because I'm not sure what to do. I'm curious about what the well trained traders doing in this scenario with this template.
Thats all. I don't want to shot anyone. with respect.


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