I'm n ot trying to lecture you, but you can't if you want to trade the square. The Semafor is a zig zag indicator that moves with the price to new highs and lows. It does not mean anything as long as we are not at a significant supply/demand level. So either you wait (as suggested below) and trade retracements or take a risk which ALWAYS SHOULD BE LIMITIED WITH A STOPLOSS. In your case slightly above the square. Key to successful trading is managing your funds. ok? Not every trade goes in our favour, not matter what we do. Xards system is pretty good for pointing in the right direction.normannasty wrote: ↑Wed Feb 12, 2020 7:40 pmBased on the rules. I eneterd to the trade after the candle goes pink and background goes pink also after the red square (the red square was there when the yellow square is now.
Then few candles later the price went up. It was approx 30 minutes after london open.
The RED SQUARE was there where the yellow square is on the picture.
How can I avoid this kind of situations?
Beautiful!!! Thanks Xard. This is looking good, especially the lot size and buy/sell/close buttons. I know you use mental stop loss. But it will be good if you can add a stop loss box just below the lot size, if this won't be too much bother. Thanks again.
XARD: I do not have a similar list of market movers for indices or commodities but it is fairly easy to great. Just load up each index or commodity and take note of the ADR value in the top right info panel then list them in descending order of Greatest ADR. Should take you about hour of your R & D time.chris006 wrote: ↑Wed Feb 12, 2020 8:50 amThanks for all your hard work XARD!
Would you (or anybody else) have a similar volatility study for indices or commodities?
xard777 wrote: ↑Tue Feb 11, 2020 7:59 am
Hi Senior Rob,
OK, So you are stuck with Currencies, no problem...
First, let's take a look at the enclosed chart of Currencies.
It ranges from least moving all the way down to the best moving currencies.
We want to concentrate our game on the best moving ones, the so called volatile ones, that is where the big Pip$ are...
GBPNZD... ADR 187
GBPAUD... ADR 202
GBPCAD... ADR 131
GBPJPY... ADR 114
Personally, I like GBPNZD & GBPAUD (Geppy was my fav years ago when it moved +250 Pips p/day).
Checkout these Bad Boys today... +133 Pip$ & +125 Pip$ (not bad if I say so myself)
Just remember to keep a close eye on the ADR (on the right info Panel on your chart) and you can see which currencies are the market movers.
Even trading Currencies is not rocket science and it can be soooo much fun winning all those Pip$ day in and day out :-)
PS If you do make a list then please publish your results for the rest of us - thanks.
its not a forum worth visting or staying on if everything gets deleted.
You will find me elsewhere.
all the best
XARD: I won't be looking for you elsewhere Francis, but your more than welcome to d/l anything that I post in the future. Happy Trading and I hope you make tons of Pips and get to relocate to Australia. All the best Dan.
It looks different on different brokers, Xard will not make a version that works on all brokers.
This is a small matter that has no meaning
XARD: That's my fault, like I said before I can't code for shit plus I don't know how to code the prefix for the different symbols.
If I come across the code on another indy then I can probably cut and paste it but so far I have not seen it.
Thanks Xard. It is looking very good!!!
I noticed that "!!!-MT4 X-XARDFX-MAv10-g" indicator in g-Beta-1 doesn't have the option to edit T1MAper and S1MAper. Could you please bring back those options in g-Beta-2? It's very helpful especially if I'm looking at other timeframes. Thanks.
XARD: The new MA-g version uses multiple timeframes and changing the original setting will have a knock on effect with the other timeframes so I have deliberately removed it from the input menu.