Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#5541
stond wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 1:30 am
Skyold wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 12:07 am


Hello XARD,

if there are no circumstances for you, can you please make the CHANNEL available as a separate Indi?
Thank you in advance.
Skyold
stond
Hi stond,
First time thank you very much.
I already have the channel indi. I also played around with the settings but unfortunately couldn't get the same setting as with the channel in FX v2.
Beste regards
Skyold
Be patient and wait for your chance


Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#5542
traderokey wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 1:40 am
JustInForEx wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 12:20 am
My main system: 32GB RAM, Windows 10, Intel i5 ... XARD is extremely slow and unusable! :thumbdown:
Ubuntu Linux installed on my laptop. 8 GB RAM ... XARD now runs like a Formula 1 car. Poor Windows! :thumbup:
Interesting!!

Is the laptop an exclusive linux machine or did you install the Ubuntu Linux in a virtual environment on a Windows machine?
Hi. It's a simple Intel i3 laptop (Dell). Win 10Pro was pre-installed. Since switching to Ubuntu, EVERYTHING on it has run much faster. So far there have been no problems with the 32GB computer. But now I will switch to Linux too.

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#5545
I have the v2-fx4 version...but I don't understand the principle according to which the candles become gray..for example in m5 the background is blue the candles are up..why are grey? When they will become blu?
Timing is all

Quando tutto sembrava perduto ho guardato in faccia la sconfitta e ho trovato la speranza


Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#5547
JustInForEx wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:12 am
gostego wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:36 am
I have the v2-fx4 version...but I don't understand the principle according to which the candles become gray..for example in m5 the background is blue the candles are up..why are grey? When they will become blu?
take a closer look at both MA
Cheers
If your are saying that the candles are grey because the price is under the 9ma or under the 36ma..I think not...There'are candles that are completely beyond the two ma ma but they are grey..
Timing is all

Quando tutto sembrava perduto ho guardato in faccia la sconfitta e ho trovato la speranza

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#5548
gostego wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:36 am
I have the v2-fx4 version...but I don't understand the principle according to which the candles become gray..for example in m5 the background is blue the candles are up..why are gray? When they will become blu?
This is how I see it:

The candle change color from gray to red when it's direction match the new created bias and candle closed below trend line - wait for 2nd dot and enter a trade (reversal).
The candle change color from red to gray when price made a significant low - exit a trade, wait for 2nd dot, wait for color change of candle to red (closed below trend line) - then reenter (trend continuation).

The candle change color from gray to blue when it's direction match the new created bias and candle closed above trend line - wait for 2nd dot and enter a trade (reversal).
The candle change color from blue to gray when price made a significant high - exit a trade, wait for 2nd dot, wait for color change of candle to blue (closed above trend line) - then reenter (trend continuation).

As you can see gray candles eliminate some trades (counter-trend moves - this is a move that creates a 2nd dot), but since this is a trend following system theoreticaly you should not take this moves.

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#5549
kowal81 wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:26 am
gostego wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:36 am
I have the v2-fx4 version...but I don't understand the principle according to which the candles become gray..for example in m5 the background is blue the candles are up..why are gray? When they will become blu?
This is how I see it:

The candle change color from gray to red when it's direction match the new created bias and candle closed below trend line - wait for 2nd dot and enter a trade (reversal).
The candle change color from red to gray when price made a significant low - exit a trade, wait for 2nd dot, wait for color change of candle to red (closed below trend line) - then reenter (trend continuation).

The candle change color from gray to blue when it's direction match the new created bias and candle closed above trend line - wait for 2nd dot and enter a trade (reversal).
The candle change color from blue to gray when price made a significant high - exit a trade, wait for 2nd dot, wait for color change of candle to blue (closed above trend line) - then reenter (trend continuation).

As you can see gray candles eliminate some trades (counter-trend moves - this is a move that creates a 2nd dot), but since this is a trend following system theoreticaly you should not take this moves.
Is this the case of significant high?
CANDELE GRIGIE.jpg
Timing is all

Quando tutto sembrava perduto ho guardato in faccia la sconfitta e ho trovato la speranza

Re: XARD - Simple Trend Following Trading System

#5550
gostego wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:31 am
kowal81 wrote:
Tue Feb 02, 2021 7:26 am


This is how I see it:

The candle change color from gray to red when it's direction match the new created bias and candle closed below trend line - wait for 2nd dot and enter a trade (reversal).
The candle change color from red to gray when price made a significant low - exit a trade, wait for 2nd dot, wait for color change of candle to red (closed below trend line) - then reenter (trend continuation).

The candle change color from gray to blue when it's direction match the new created bias and candle closed above trend line - wait for 2nd dot and enter a trade (reversal).
The candle change color from blue to gray when price made a significant high - exit a trade, wait for 2nd dot, wait for color change of candle to blue (closed above trend line) - then reenter (trend continuation).

As you can see gray candles eliminate some trades (counter-trend moves - this is a move that creates a 2nd dot), but since this is a trend following system theoreticaly you should not take this moves.
Is this the case of significant high?
Depends what timeframe this is, I guess what you send here it's M5; in my opinion, when trading semaphores you should take a look at least at 2 TF (for example M15 and H1) to call that; for me significant high/low would be at blue/red dot with white "collar"


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