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Re: МТ4 Trading Systems: DARK ENERGY FOREX SYSTEM PART 2

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markstep wrote:
Wed Feb 26, 2020 1:23 am
amdudus wrote:
Tue Feb 25, 2020 6:05 pm
Hi what settings did you set for the gan to get as the picture? I have set but did not get like yours, I am a big fan of gann angles.
He is the original Russian author, without modification. As in the picture, it unfortunately works on some instruments and large time frames. Default settings.

Re: МТ4 Trading Systems: DARK ENERGY FOREX SYSTEM PART 2

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10 secrets that the trading industry deliberately keeps silent about
Neil Fuller
I often read articles by this author. Now could not resist. You must know this.
Here, the truth is such a mess-electronic translation into English from Russian translation from English Horror!

The average trader goes through a confusing and contradictory maze of information coming from various sources, such as blogs, forums, brokers sites, books, e-books, courses and videos on YouTube.
All these available training resources, of course, are fraught with both very good and very bad information. Most beginning traders simply do not have an exact way to find out what to listen to, whom to listen to, what information is useful and which is not.
I am not going to mislead you, claiming that a novice trader has a way to filter out this huge amount of information presented by all resources and mentors, because it is not. A professional trader with tremendous experience, perhaps, will distinguish good information from bad and true from false. But not you, a beginner or an inexperienced trader who simply does not yet have such an ability to filter information.
1. Don't be "average" trader
As traders, we succumb to our instinctive feelings of social credibility, based on what we see and hear, which often has a very negative impact. We often tend to take everything too seriously, listening to our coaches. We tend to grasp at any information that resonates in our hearts and has meaning for us, especially if it is obtained from a familiar source, which we already know and whom we trust.
The brain is the "average trader" is always looking for a short cut because of an irresistible desire to earn money and become free. The brain wants to obtain a profitable result with minimal effort. However, if you want to get a regular income as a professional trader or investor, I suggest you do everything possible to not to think like the "average trader" in and out of the category of "average." This means that you must become much more aware, to think more outside the box, to ask questions and to filter the information you read and see. And, most importantly, not in a hurry!
Now begs the obvious question: how do you know that what I'm going to write in this lesson, is really true and reliable? How can you be sure? The fact is that if you for a long time is not tracked regularly present me information, do not read my posts in this blog do not know me and do not have the slightest idea about what I do, you can't be sure, and I don't expect you take it seriously. You may need to go back and re-read this lesson a few weeks, few months or few years. And if you understand that I am the person worth listening to in trading, OR Vice versa, that I am the man who is not worth listening to in trading – so be it.
So with some skepticism I ask you to consider the following list of shocking secrets that professional traders and industry trading deliberately conceal from you. I hope this information will help you...
2. FOREX is not the only market where trade professionals
The Forex market is huge: billions of dollars for a day pass from hand to hand. It can bring you big profit if you know what you are doing OR you may suffer a big loss if you don't know what you're doing. This is a very popular market for trading all over the world, BUT this is not the only market professionals, and it's not the easiest market to trade.
Note on leverage
Brokers and providers of the various platforms you want to traded in the Forex market with high leverage because in this case they will receive a very large net profit. But if you trade in the foreign exchange market with less leverage, the net profit for them is dramatically reduced. When you trade on the foreign exchange market, start thinking about what will happen if suddenly something goes wrong, instead of thinking about what would happen if all goes according to plan. I propose to avoid high leverage, for example, 400:1, since it can be very dangerous for you if the market is going to move very quickly or demonstrate price gap: your stop loss order will be executed at the specified price. A more prudent level of leverage would be 100:1 or 200:1, any higher level will be crazy (it applying too much leverage killed many traders during the crisis, the Swiss Bank in 2015, a vote for Brexit in 2016 and sudden collapse of currencies in early 2019).
Expand your horizons
Looking ahead, we should say that you will be helpful in your trading career begin to monitor multiple world markets, including currency pairs, indices and commodities. In addition to the foreign exchange market, I personally trade gold (XAUUSD), the S&P500 index, the US, Australian SPI200 index and Hong Kong Hang Seng index, and sometimes individual stocks in different world markets. In short, in the world of trading is something more than just the currency market. In this tutorial I talk about the most popular markets in which to sell.
3. Professional traders actually do not do intraday trade
The Internet is full of convincing information that a trader, by definition, is a person, that whole day actively trading in the market and beyond in the short time frames and still lives the lifestyle of a millionaire on wall street. In the trading industry there is a serious effort to bring this story to the masses, and she tirelessly performed for decades.
I have not met a single trader who successfully worked within the day for a long period of time, from among almost 25 000 of my students and among the 250,000 readers of this blog. I'm not saying there are none, but 99.9% of the people who try to trade in this style or try to conform to the typical stereotype day trader is prone to fail and may even harm yourself in financial or moral terms. Long sitting near a screen in a constant search of transactions is equivalent to a stubborn player who plays roulette in a casino.
Successful traders that I know (including me), keep track of the higher time frames and longer time periods (minimum of 4-hour and daily charts mostly). They have no restrictions on how long they want to hold the trade, and they usually allow the deals to find them. Professionals I know do not trade intraday, do not sit all day in front of computer screens and not constantly looking for deals. They belong to the categories of traders swing, traders following the trends or positional traders.
Paradox and contradictory reality in the "history day trader" is quite obvious. As a trader who constantly looks at the screen and constantly trades can take time to enjoy your life and maintain your lifestyle? The market should be no more than a profession to have remained for life, not to watch the screen 24 hours a day, 5 days a week.
Here are some points that should be considered to counteract the principles of the so-called "day trader":
· The shorter the timeframe, the more noise on the chart and random price movement, which increases the chance of triggering your stops;
· Your "trading edge" will have more chances of getting a positive result, if you do not trade in an environment with intraday noise;
· This is the same trading advantage that does not work and gives the same results on the 5 minute chart compared to daily schedule;
· Your score is constantly suffering from commissions and spreads, so the more you trade the more you lose on the platform of the broker (read more about it I will tell you below);
· Risk / reward ratio on the shorter and longer time frames do not match each other. This plays a huge role average volatility in different time periods, as well as the natural dynamics of the market. Higher timeframes are much more significant than the low time-frames;
· Major deals work out for a longer time because the market moves slower than most people expected. Trade on higher time frames and hold trades for long periods of time will give you more opportunities to see how the trades bring high profit. And shorter time frames often do not offer you this possibility.
Commissions, spreads and swaps eat your profits
Above, I briefly touched on the hidden costs in the transaction. Novice traders don't always know that for every 100 transactions made by them they will spend about 70-100 pips for spread and broker Commission and swap for transferring your position through the night. If you trade within the day, all these commissions very quickly accumulate and eat up the money from your account (in the trading industry this is called "outflow" of funds). Each second lesson in this blog I talk about the benefits of the low-frequency trading, trading on daily time frames, that is, the slower her pace, giving each of their position enough time to fully develop.
4. For retail traders there is no such thing as an ECN broker
There is a serious epidemic is absolute marketing on the part of the brokers who call themselves "ECN broker" or "real ECN broker" and trying to make you understand that they are "more legitimate" or "more transparent" than their competitors. I hear about ECN several times a day on our support line via email, and I always openly trying to explain the reality of what actually is happening here.
Let me shed some light in respect to ECN accounts, the broker...
ECN is an industry term, initially introduced by banks and institutions, which actually means "electronic communications network". This means that your order from the broker is sent directly to market without an intermediary and without intermediary activity in the market. However, the truth is that 99.9% of all brokers and platforms are the market makers, and sometimes they don't even send your trades to the Bank or liquidity provider.
The Forex market is not like stock: there is no Central exchange where a warrant for one trader is matched with the order of another trader; prices in the currency markets are OTC. Prices are created by banks, institutions and brokers. Even when trading with a so called ECN broker still there is no Central exchange and real transparency of the trading with currencies and CFDs (transactions with contracts for difference).
Irrefutable proof
Recently, one of the largest brokers in the world, which claimed he was a "true ECN broker", suddenly removed this wording from their website and more does not claim to be an ECN broker! According to rumors, the broker was forced to remove the wording on your web site according to the requirements of different global regulators, so as not to mislead customers. I warned our subscribers about this broker and always struggled trying to convince people that it's just a very smart marketing move. All this time, ECN brokers are still self-supported part of the quote and order flow received from customers, and didn't always send every transaction to the banks or liquidity providers.
Even if they somehow "magically" send every transaction to the banks or liquidity providers, you still don't know who is on the other side. There is ALWAYS an institution or company which is a market-maker (which sets the prices at which you sell). Price is never the same for all banks and brokers. And there is no Central exchange where it would be possible to compare or challenge the price.In short, do not give the broker high marks just because he uses words such as ECN, STP (end-to-end transaction processing) or DMA (direct entry to the market). There are probably very respected organizations among brokers, but do not be naive and do not let yourself be fooled by those who use smart marketing, only on the basis of the beautiful stories that they present to you. For OTC transactions, the second side of the transaction is always taken by the bank or broker without any exceptions.
It is best to choose a broker based on factors such as regulatory conditions, global presence, payment and banking conditions, customer service and overall reputation in the trading industry.
5. Market makers are not always bad, they also need us
Bank, institution, broker or liquidity provider pricing are contractors who take on second side position on the "OTC transactions", such as foreign exchange transactions and CFD. Did you know that banks are also market makers? It's amazing how much respect and reverence is paid to the banks – in fact, they are just very large brokers that establishes the closing price of the day. There is nothing wrong with that, dear foreign exchange brokers set the prices and not send every transaction to the Bank. Think about this for a moment... on the one hand, we condemn the brokers because they are market makers, but if they send your deal to a Bank or major institution, they just send it to a market maker!
This is actually a huge misconception. What you don't know is that with this kind of provider you often get a better price and better experience. This implies that the broker is reputable, has a network of offices and client base in many countries, regulated and based on internal testing offers a good execution and good trading conditions.
Other advantages of market makers:
· You can trade in very small lots, you will not be able to do trading directly with the banks;
· You will often get a narrower/better spreads;
· You will usually be the best execution of orders and the speed of their performance (best price and execution of orders);
· You can often get access to a broader number of markets, including CFDs on cash, unlike CFDs on futures (swap for transferring your position through the night compared to the swap transfer in a month);
· Broker normally runs the risk of smaller amount, setting the price quotes; in fact, the redirection of each transaction in banks is costly and a lot more balance sheet risk. That's why some retail brokers have experienced a crisis of the Swiss Bank in 2015, and some don't, it all comes down to that they use brokerage models.
6. Trading is simple, BUT in fact trading is not easy
If you really think trading is a get rich quick scheme, then you should probably stop reading this blog right now and never for him not to return. If you believe that hard work, constant learning, learning on his life experiences and the passage through the string of defeats, then read on.
Search and placing trades is actually a fairly simple process if you have a trading plan and you have mastered your trading strategy, BUT it is by NO means "easy", which will be easy to do on a daily basis. People don't come into trading to sit in front of screens, look at the price bars and you put money on them moving up or down. In fact, this is probably not what people expect, creating this activity.
Our mind is struggling with emotional roller coasters that are inevitable in the pursuit of almost every price tick, for each entrance or exit from the transaction, and for every decision we decision. If we do not learn to cope with this emotion and we will not apply strict army discipline, we as traders or investors we are doomed. Even after 10 or 20 years no trading, no professional sport will never be easy for the average person.
The essence of the game may be simple, but to play it will never be "easy". Like everything that brings serious money or leads to a life-changing result, trading is not an easy task, and there will always be barriers to entry in the market as in mentally and financially.
7. Trading robots and expert advisors don't usually work
After almost 18 years of my trading career, I have never seen any expert Advisor (robot/expert Advisor for MetaTrader) or an automated trading system that constantly to earn money. Automated trading systems and robots trading on retail trading platforms, very rarely make a profit over a long period of time. This is not an opinion – it's only statistics. According to statistics, only 5-10% of traders succeed; the same robots (expert advisors), the success rate is even lower. Unfortunately, some of the most popular trading robots/advisors use horrible methods of capital management (some even use a martingale dual losing positions), which ultimately leads to a huge drawdown on the trading account when the system experiences a series of losses.
Methods of selling miraculous potions with the help of automatic robots/advisors are among the worst types of marketing that we have ever seen on the Internet. We're talking about egregious fraudulent things, full of lies. Some robots/advisors really earn money, and there will always be those that will bring real profit. But where the probability that you trade just the one that was programmed by a scientist named fan of NASA? And what is the point of such a scientist-fan of NASA to give a robot that automatically brings money? Trading advisors are the favorite tool of the broker, because they constantly move their customer accounts, increasing the fee for manufacturing and distributing income far exceeds the income of any client that uses a different strategy. Remember that every 100 transactions give from 70 to 100 points brokerage commissions or so.
One more thing: never give in managing your money to the broker or person who wants to trade expert advisors or automated system instead of you – in 99% of cases you will not get your money back. If you are going to ever control Advisor, always strictly control the work of the watchful hawk-eyes.
8. Beware of those who sell you "a quick way of enrichment"
Novice traders sell a lot of various trading courses, systems and strategies claiming that they can teach them to print money, and that they'll quit my job and will soon change their lives. With the popularity of Instagram, Facebook and other social networks, this marketing tactic is becoming more common and more effective to lure traders using their internal greed and obsessive desire to find a quick and easy way to achieve the desired result (which I mentioned above).
When I was young and naive, I too have become a victim of these traps, so don't torment yourself too much, if this has happened to you. It is important that you do not trust anyone who promises you any financial results or performance, otherwise everything is exactly the opposite. It's like walking through a minefield, where you may not be lucky to get to the other side in one piece. I've heard stories about traders who spend huge amounts of money on so-called "experts" who buy questionable courses and invest in managed accounts of other traders (all suggestions for obviously a higher price), and all those things are terrible and frankly sad. Don't let yourself lure into these traps!
Of course, you have now a question may arise: "Look, Neal, but you also sell your trading course?". And my answer to that is: Yes, it is, in our capitalist world, I definitely can't avoid selling anything; I just need to take the money for all the time that I spend on the development of training materials, writing daily newsletters and the answers to all your e-mails than I do every day and doing :). The key difference here is that I don't participate in deceptive marketing tactics, do not give any financial promises and trying to deceive people about the realities of trading.
If you are going to find the right mentor or information resource, you need to be very selective and filter people by how much they are willing to do for you for free, not by what they later promise to do for money. I actually started this on trading blog in 2008, solely on the enthusiasm to share their ideas and meet other traders. I never intended to charge for anything (therefore, most of the information is still available to everyone for free). And I always hoped that I and this blog will offer novice traders like you, the right balance of free and paid information, as well as bring the true value in your life.
9. It is not enough to have even the best mentors
You are here to learn about how trades of a professional trader. So you may be disappointed coming from my Frank truth about the fact that neither I nor any other trading mentor or a training course are not able to make you a consistently profitable trader and changing your life. Even if I give you the best trading strategy known to date, and even if I prove that it works 7 times out of 10, it just will not be enough. Such thinking is a sand castle, it is completely unrealistic, and if you read a few books and courses and tried his hand in real trading on a real account, still think otherwise, you need to check your head.
If you are for some time engaged in the trading and have acquired some courses or books, you probably already know that these products/services (including my course) can really provide you with great assistance by providing the ability to quickly obtain trading knowledge and skills, but they are not able any magically transform you into a trader consistently profiting.
The missing element here is a real experience, get in front of computer screens for an extended period of time (let me repeat here the word "long"). Shopping experience and the concomitant sense of intuition can't be bought – it's just something you have to experience in real time and to experience for yourself. Say that you need to have a 10,000-hour trading experience to become an expert in it, and I can't disagree with that.
10. The cost of training does not matter
It is important to note that the more expensive education compared to cheaper in any field has absolutely no relation to the quality of the information or the authority of the person giving the information. As of 2019 my courses were 25 000 students, and they all paid only a few hundred dollars for my professional course of trading; however, many of my students tell us that this is the best course, which they passed, and also the cheapest. I have read books from Amazon cost $ 10, which is one of the most prominent sources of information about trading and investing on the planet (we're talking about books that change lives). As you can see, good sources of knowledge are not always expensive.
Most of the rich people who have achieved success on their own, were not enrolled and did not graduate from universities, they did not pay huge sums for obtaining fantastic degrees. They have developed a hunger for success and thirst for knowledge, and once you develop that "hobby", nothing can stop you. Thanks to the Google search engine, available all over the Internet books and courses, you are in the BEST period in world history to begin learning the business, investment and trading. No diploma or training course, which costs a lot of money, will never teach you that which can teach the real-world experience, and in a much shorter period of time.
The rest of your trading career never assume and don't believe that paying more you get more. As I said above, I regularly hear stories from our followers and members of my community about how they spent huge sums of money to attend courses, seminars, purchase software, or investing in services in account management. This is a Prime example of situations when trader is literally spending so much money that he does not have enough of them to ever begin to multiply your real trading account. They effectively ended his trading career before it began. In my opinion, it would be better to invest all that money in your own real trading account, at least you'd have a chance to earn money and to learn something tangible. Better to learn it in their own pocket, than to observe how it makes someone else!
Conclusion
I believe that this Frank article on the various aspects of the trading industry makes you pay more attention to what is really going on around you. I hope that from this moment you open your eyes and your mind and accept the possibility that not everything is as it seems and what you hear may be false information. The Internet is a sea of opinions, it is a place where people retell stories and share ideas that are not even their own and not backed by real experience or research.
I want you have developed your own filters for information and resources, and if you are in doubt about a particular topic, conduct more research and think a little deeper about it.
Find mentors and resources that you can trust and which can be relied upon – reach out and ask for their assistance if necessary. Just know that at some point you will have to dramatically change your beliefs and decide what person, mentor or information resource you want to trust as a source. My advice: reduce the number of sources to a few, otherwise you may end up in a cycle of analytical paralysis and frustration, and, God forbid, even paranoia. If you don't get results are looking for, from this source after a thorough follow him over a long period of time, then go ahead and try another, but don't jump constantly from one to another.
If the purpose of this resource is only to take your money, you must realize that you are in a way indispensable to becoming a victim of the fraudulent industry that lobbies for the idea of "consensus" about what is trading and how to think and act the trader.
After reading the above secrets that I shared you already know: the information industry trading teaches you about trading and how it works, is not always accurate. To survive, you gotta be smarter than the industry and should be open-minded.
Happy trading!
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Re: МТ4 Trading Systems: DARK ENERGY FOREX SYSTEM PART 2

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I am waiting for the indicator modification, where there will be MTF functions, strict compilation (strict) and a census for the latest builds. Upgrading the template so far has this form. The best result on the M30. I’m working on a guide. Wait. All of this will be with you. Well, commercial programs by itself. And also all indicators finalized by programmers in 2020 in mg4 format.
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Re: МТ4 Trading Systems: DARK ENERGY FOREX SYSTEM PART 2

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Amdudus, please continue the good work. Traders changed last years. I see that in my trading chats, too. Many chats are blocked in Russia and your systems are not like on many other places, where always same stuff is recombined just to get clicks. Hate posts are now the new way against all negative, unrelated emotions.

The Code system is all in zip file, not in some empty folders.

Traders seem to be in big loss, before they understand, that working together HERE or learning some months with only smallest lots is better than thinking Blinds could lead Blinds. People, who take much money are often not the best source and will keep you dependent on them.

Also big banks see stops. The obvious with small sl on smallest timeframes is not the best choice and always needs momentum. If many old books see something, a big spike may take most sl often, before a trend changes.

Re: МТ4 Trading Systems: DARK ENERGY FOREX SYSTEM PART 2

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friend4you wrote:
Thu Feb 27, 2020 11:52 pm
Amdudus, please continue the good work. Traders changed last years. I see that in my trading chats, too. Many chats are blocked in Russia and your systems are not like on many other places, where always same stuff is recombined just to get clicks. Hate posts are now the new way against all negative, unrelated emotions.

The Code system is all in zip file, not in some empty folders.

Traders seem to be in big loss, before they understand, that working together HERE or learning some months with only smallest lots is better than thinking Blinds could lead Blinds. People, who take much money are often not the best source and will keep you dependent on them.

Also big banks see stops. The obvious with small sl on smallest timeframes is not the best choice and always needs momentum. If many old books see something, a big spike may take most sl often, before a trend changes.
whoa............. why the chats are blocked in russia?? :stressed: :stressed: :stressed:


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