RZAMK wrote: ↑Sat Jun 27, 2020 3:27 pm
You asked to let you know the result of working with your system. While thanking you, I have to tell you that among the many and sometimes contradictory indicators of system, I was fascinated by two of them that I think have the ability to predict direction of marcket.
Semaphore and wave counter. I'm still working with them.
Yes you are right. Wavecounter is an original thing. You just need to be able to use it.
In the post above, you have the following sentence: "A strong downward movement, consisting of two full wave counts from 0 to 5. "
Please take a look at the AUDUSD at 30 minutes between 21.04.2020 and 10.06.2020. Six consecutive ascending counts are stamped.
Now i am looking for the answer to this question:
In an upward count, does a higher number wave always play a role in a higher price than a lower number wave? Always?
Due to the use of Google translator, I couldn't understand the essence of your question ...
With lack of a source file for this indicator, do you know the basis for counting it?
Regarding the algorithm of this indicator, I don't know what exactly lies at its core. The indicator was written by a russian programmer. Judging by the size of the file, it will be extremely difficult to figure out there, even with the source code.
In the near future I will finish work on a new version of the system. The new version will be much easier to work. I will also try to formulate clear rules of work, as far as possible. Naturally, the wavecounter will be one of the main indicators of the system.