faizan3 wrote:
Mon Apr 06, 2020 8:51 pm
amdudus wrote:
Mon Apr 06, 2020 6:11 am
Maybe or put a library. In addition, there may be a damaged file or under old builds.
wheres from i can get liabrary file because which file you sended did not have any library file please send it also and in last mail you send asia trading system its password is also not avail please send it also.
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amdudus wrote:
Thu Mar 12, 2020 7:18 pm
friend4you wrote:
Thu Mar 12, 2020 2:31 am
To ALL: Please help. Tell us your favorite system and opinion on any system.
What happened to your programmer who you asked to integrate atr-bands instead of repainting tma on SupDem indi?
Digital Caixxa MOD is repainting, but not so much, there were better versions online on russian boards, but different values and less signals are shown after adding it after a while a second time without timeframe change to check for repainting, but it's still useful. It also shows low spike for some bars until price moves of lows. I like Mod. Bollinger is calculated on standard deviation, I think it would be better to include also here atr bands instead of bollinger to caxxia mod as volatility is used, it has also more options. ATR Bands 2.01.mq4 is with more ma, I think the basic ma on version 2 may be easier to integrate. Maybe Caixxa looks better with adaptivness on blue red lines. Easiest way may be the code of jurik ma. Then it alerts more when ranges get smaller in asia session for example. But less in total as it may be smoother than now.
On both all spikes near extremes should alert, on non volatile markets you miss the exit otherwise.
Can you send us other interesting mq4 you like or are working on like better volume or flet? I think flet show too small areas to catch the big breakouts.
You sent folder " A... FX2020 Cracked". Can you send me the corresponding ea, too? It's a good one, a friend uses it, maybe it's a good idea to remove the user data, otherwise that template is of no use soon when that userdata in template will be deactivated by seller. It's popular and the manual system can be replicated easily.
Digital SupDem CHANNEL: some signal dots vanish or get visible after many bars when these bars are later outside the channel and the tma channel repaints. Check it on backtester ea. On Digital BuySellZone and Digital SupDem CHANNEL kyrillic names should be at least in the options section in english. On english mt4 we see mainly ??? as descriptions to select in options.
I would also send to the group some templates with more histograms, less fibos and fewer indis. Many don't have a fast pc.
Thanks, good work.
I sent your wishes to the programmers, especially since they coincide with my own observations and comments. We are waiting for the result. Thank you for the comment.
So, who wants discuss his favourite complete system here?
Amdudus, you reacted positively, but ignored my post so long. Please answer.
Believe me, most traders are not as expereinced as we are and can't benefit much from your system, as strength is most important to filter sideways and dash often shows signals that are over. There were good trends lately, but look at older charts.


amdudus wrote:
Mon Apr 06, 2020 3:28 am
faizan3 wrote:
Sun Apr 05, 2020 11:17 am

Sir can you tell me how to use pz divergence sccaner and indicator. I have attach indicator but its not showing any thing on chart
Divergence trading: how to use it?
Although most technical indicators are constantly late and behind the movement of prices when it comes to divergences, this lagging feature helps us to find better and reliable to enter the market. Divergence may be used not only traders who trade on a reversal, but can also be useful for traders following the trend. Divergence is also useful for determining exit points.
I do not recommend trading divergence alone, but they are a good starting point to build your own trading strategy.
What is the divergence?
Divergence is formed on a chart when the price reaches a higher high but the indicator shows lower high. When your indicator and price movement is not synchronized, it means that "something" happens on your charts, and it demands your attention.
In fact, divergence occurs when the testimony of your indicators is not consistent with the price movement.
Look at the example of bearish and bullish divergence. Price and the indicator are not synchronized. Divergence portend a market reversal.
Divergence analysis is very useful in forecasting future price movements based on current indicators.
This event is most often associated with a high level of volatility. The price of the trading instrument may significantly diverge from its fair price. Higher volatility creates more profitable trading opportunities for a certain period of time. Paying attention to the cases of strong divergence, you can use the unique trading features that you may haven't noticed before.
The indicators
For example, we can use MACD indicator focuses on the use of average values for multiple time periods. MACD uses the close price and exponential moving averages.
Trading divergences is one key rule. If the price reaches a higher high, the oscillator must also show a higher high. If price makes a lower low, the oscillator must also show a lower low.
Divergence can be estimated only when the price formed:
A higher high compared to previous.
Lower low compared to previous.
Double top.
A double bottom.
Consider the Awesome Oscillator. Divergence is present only when the histogram indicating the pulse returns to zero. Two consecutive maximum or minimum when the histogram is not returned to the zero line, the right divergence.
Hidden divergence occurs when price makes a higher low but the oscillator shows in this case a lower low. In an uptrend hidden divergence occurs when price makes a lower low and the oscillator shows a lower low.
The divergence and the indicator RSI
One of my favorite indicators to date is the RSI (relative strength Index). RSI compares the average price movement over a certain period.
For example, if your RSI set at 14, he compares the bullish candles and bearish candles for the last 14 candles. When the RSI value is low, this means that for the last 14 candles, it was more bearish candles than bullish candles. When the RSI readings are high, it means that there are more bullish candles.
During trends you can use RSI for comparing the individual trend waves and thus to evaluate the strength of the trend. Here are three possible scenarios for the use of RSI:
When RSI makes the same highs during the uptrend, it means that the momentum of the trend is not changing. It still cannot be considered as a divergence, because it is the strength of the upward trend is stable. Higher highs, the RSI does not indicate a trend reversal or weakness. It just means that the trend is moving without changes.
Typically, the RSI makes a higher high during a healthy and strong bull trends. In the most recent wave of the trend should be bullish candles than the previous wave.
When you see that the price reaches a higher high during the bullish trend, but RSI makes a lower high, this means that the most recent bullish candle was not as strong as the previous price movement and that the trend is losing its momentum. This is what we call divergence. On the chart below, the divergence signals the end of an uptrend, and makes it possible downward trend.
Classic technical analysis tells us that a trend exists when the price makes higher highs and lows, but, as is often the case, conventional wisdom is rarely correct and usually too greatly simplifies the real picture.
A trader who relies only on the highs and lows in his analysis of price movement, often misses important clues and does not understand the dynamics of the market. Even if the trend may look "healthy" at first glance, it may lose its momentum at the same time, if you deeply analyze the market.
Thus, the divergence tells us that the dynamics of the trend is shifting and that a potential end could be very close.
How to trade divergence?
Divergence does not always lead to a reversal of the trend, and often the price enters a consolidation phase. Keep in mind that divergence signals only of the extinction of the pulse, but does not necessarily indicate a complete trend change.
I highly recommend you add to your Arsenal of other criteria and tools of market analysis. By itself, the divergence is not strong enough. As with any trading strategy you need to use more factors of the merger.
Below we see two divergences, but the price ultimately turned around and the market was in a state of short-term consolidation.
Instead of having to make trades based on divergence, it is best to wait until the price reaches the support or resistance.
The graph below on the left side we see an uptrend with two divergences. However, the first divergence is not fully justified, and the second led to the subsequent reversal of the market. Between them what was the difference? If we look at the chart on the right, we see that the first divergence occurred in the middle of the road, and the second was formed at an important resistance level.
Divergence is a powerful trading concept. A trader who understands how to trade divergence in the right context, in combination with confirming signals, can create a robust and effective method of market analysis.
One of the methods of analysis of divergence is to use trend lines and trend channels. As soon as the market is the divergence of the trend line could signal completion of the current trends.
Also always worth considering the current timeframe. As a rule, the higher the time frame, the indications of divergence are stronger. The probability of a price reversal increases when on multiple time frames there is a divergence between price and momentum.
Double divergence
Double divergence can potentially improve the signal quality compared to conventional divergence.
We as I already wrote, the divergence of the RSI indicator signals a loss of momentum. The following graph shows how the price has risen above the high, but the RSI has not reached a new high. This tells us that price movement actually was not so strong, and although the price was moving higher, the market was not strong enough. RSI, which analyzes the power of candlesticks confirms this divergence.
The following example chart shows that the price has set new lower lows during a downtrend. Again, RSI has not confirmed this movement and made higher lows, indicating that the candle is moving below does not show the strength of the bears.
However, divergence is not always a reliable sign of price reversal. It is here that the additional signal can serve as a double divergence.Double divergence occurs when a series of several price highs (or lower lows) is formed, while the indicator prints lower highs. In the chart below we use the MACD indicator, but you can also use the RSI or any other impulse indicator.
We see double divergence during a downtrend. Moreover, each subsequent wave becomes weaker.

what is that indicator shown in the charts could you send it to me amdudus


amdudus wrote:
Wed Apr 15, 2020 7:33 pm
We’ll continue after a short break. I’ll answer to everything that I missed, but before ...
1. Continue working in the group and admission for new members.
2. I will post extremely interesting and rare material.
Sweet! :)
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Proven currency trading tips that really work

Here's the thing.
In trading on the Forex market is so much "noise" that is difficult to understand which trading tips are working.
You hear about such things as the hammer, doji, trend lines, breakout, pullback and the RSI and MACD indicators, Fibonacci levels, pivot points and so on.
How do you know which ones work?
And how can you know for sure that all of this be ignored?
How would you perceive if I told you that all this is superficial, the tinsel that looks good in hindsight?
You know what I mean?
The purpose of this post is to open your eyes and share with you 12 proven tips for trade in Forex market that really work.
And some of those things that I'm going to share with you, has never been mentioned.
Are you ready?
Then let us begin.
Shopping tip # 1: the longer the range, the harder it breaks
The market is constantly changing.
It goes from a state of range to a trend and back to the range.
And in my experience, the longer the market trades in a range, the harder he punches the boundaries of this range.
Here's why...
When the market is in range, traders will open long positions at the support level and short positions at the resistance level.
Can you guess where they will place their stop loss orders?
Probably below the support level or above resistance level.
Over time, this cluster of stop-loss will increase as more and more traders are trading close to the highs and lows of the range.
But the market eventually has to break.
Now, for example, suppose that the market breaks up.
What happens in the future?
There are traders who trade on momentum (or trend) and open a long position on the breakout. Even there are traders who opened short positions, and which is near the resistance triggered protective stops, which further fuels further pressure buyers.
This leads to a powerful breakdown and a possible beginning of a new trend.
The bottom line is this...
The longer price trades in a range, the harder it breaks.
Shopping tip # 2: lower volatility leads to increased volatility
It is a fact about which all are silent...
Lower volatility leads to increased volatility.
Apparently, you're wondering:
What does it mean?
This means that market volatility is never constant.
Markets are moving from a period of low volatility to periods of high volatility and Vice versa.
Here is an example below:
And the question is...
How can you leverage this phenomenon?
Now, you can use this to determine the best period to enter the market – open positions when the market is in a period of low volatility.
Because it allows you to place more stringent stop-loss, thereby allowing you to increase the size of your position (with the same level of risk).
And if volatility will increase in your favor, you're already in the market, while other traders will only try to "chase" in search of the optimum entry point.
From this follows the third Board of trade in the foreign exchange market...
Shopping tip # 3: trading on breakouts from consolidation
Apparently, you're wondering:
"What consolidation?"
Consolidation is dense insignificant price movement that occurs due to the lower volatility.
The emergence of the consolidation gives us a BIG clue to understanding what can lead to market breakdown.
For example, if a resistance level has formed a consolidation, then the market is likely to break this level upwards.
Let me explain...
You know what the resistance level is the area where traders open a short position (all the tutorials I write: "Buy at support and sell at resistance").
But what if you open a short position at resistance and the price continues to be in this area.
What's that tell you?
Traders-Amateurs will think that the resistance becomes stronger as the price cannot break above it.
For the experienced trader who relies on price movement, it is a signal that buyers become stronger.
Because if there was a strong pressure from the sellers, the price had to quickly retreat from resistance level.
The fact that the price is still near the resistance, tells you that there are buyers willing to buy at higher prices – and this is a sign of strength.
But that's not all...
When the price breaks the resistance level from the bottom up, it triggers a cluster of stop-loss orders (from traders who opened short positions) that feeds the pressure of buyers.
And traders who trade breakouts, will open a long position on the breakout of the highs, which adds to the force of the upward movement.
Example below:
Whenever you see a form of consolidation near the resistance level, price is likely to rise (and Vice versa for support).
Shopping tip # 4: formation of higher lows at the level of resistance is a sign of strength
Old thinking Rainer: "Oh, look! Price is approaching the resistance level – it's time to open a short position".
New thinking Reiner: "Not so fast..."
Here's the thing.
You should not open a short position just because the price is at the resistance level.
Because the approach of prices to the resistance level of importance.
For example, if you see that near the resistance formed higher lows is a sign of strength.
This suggests that buyers are willing to buy at higher prices, and sellers can't push price lower (as it was previously).
And on the chart it looks like an ascending triangle:
Do you see that resistance level approaching higher lows?
This is a sign of strength.
And most of all the price breaks this level up.
Let's move on.
Shopping tip # 5: lower highs near the level of support is a sign of weakness
If you appreciate what I said above, this trading tip is for you is an elementary (though most traders understand this).
Why lower highs from the support level are a sign of weakness?
Because it tells you that buyers cannot push the price above the previous maximum fluctuations.
And here's why:
If the pressure of buyers was strong, they should not be a problem with the breakout above the previous highs.
If they can't do that, so there is more pressure from the sellers, and the sellers are willing to sell at lower prices.
And on the chart it looks like a descending triangle...
When the majority of traders will see that price is approaching a support level, they will start to open long positions.
But you are now smarter than they are.
You will analyze how the price approaches the support level.
And if near the support it forms lower highs, you will allow these traders to open long positions, then work their stop loss orders.
Shopping tip # 6: how to identify trade setups with low risk and high profit
Here's the thing.
Most traders open their positions when the price is somewhere else.
So we should not do, because in these cases you will not have logical locations for placing stop loss orders.
Even if such a place is, the stop loss will be wide, and this leads to a poor risk reward ratio in this setup.
But don't worry there is a simple solution.
And if you can do it, you will see a huge difference in your results.Want to know what is the secret?
You must enter the market near the support and resistance levels, and then place a stop loss on the opposite side of the level.
Here's what I mean: a low-risk-to-profit trading setup ...
And this setup has a much more favorable risk to profit ratio ...
Green is the entry point.
Red color is stop loss.
Blue color - take profit.
See the difference?
In both scenarios you have the same profit goal, but a huge difference in the ratio of risk to profit.
Use signal alerts about market entry, which will notify you when the price reaches the desired level. So you do not have to sit all day in front of the monitor.
If you want to know how to do this TradingView is a function.
Shopping tip # 7: do not set your stop loss at the same place, where do all the others. Instead, you should do the following...
Let me ask you...
If it happens with you that you regularly trigger stops, then you see how the market reverses and goes in your direction?
This is because you place your stop loss at the same level with the rest, and it gives the smart money the incentive to hunt your stops.
So, what can you do?
It's simple.
Do not place your stop loss on the obvious level.
Apparently, you're wondering:
"Where am I supposed to place my stop loss?"
The trick is the following...
Identify this level on your chart where your trade setup will lose its relevance – place the stop loss at a certain buffer zone from the level.
Let me explain...
Most traders place their stop loss just below support and just above the resistance level (in the end, that's what is written in textbooks and courses).
But the problem is that it is here placed your feet and all other traders that facilitates the hunt for your feet.
Instead, the best way would be to set your stop-loss to some buffer zone from the level of support and resistance, away from the noise (or from other traders).
Example below:
Shopping tip # 8: trade in the direction of the trend gives you the opportunity to get more profit
It baffles me whenever I see traders trading against the trend.
Why do you want to do this?
Perhaps the reason is your ego, which encourages you to sell at top and buy at the bottom. Here's the thing...
If you are serious about making money in this business, it is much easier to trade in the direction of the trend and not against it.
Let me explain...
Trending market usually has 2 kinds of motion: impulse and corrective.
Pulse movement is the longest movement, which is trading in the direction of the trend (sometimes momentum is very strong). This means that it is easy to place a trade and hold it, because the market usually moves fast in your direction, bringing you a profit.
Corrective movement is weaker movement, which is trading against the trend. You can trade this movement, but it is more intense, since the market can quickly turn against you.
Shopping tip # 9: one simple trick that increases your risk reward ratio in each trade...
Correct me please if I'm wrong...
But whether you are looking for a risk reward ratio at least 1:2 whenever you open a position?
Here's the thing...
If you belong to the category of traders waiting for confirmation before entering the market, you must understand that closing the candle can be "too far" in your favor (which will lead to bad risk reward ratio).
Before you know it, you will enter the market directly on the level of support and resistance.
So, what can you do?
There is a simple solution.
Use a limit order.
Yes, use to enter the market a limit order so you can Transact much more reasonable price (instead of "chase" markets).
One way of placing limit orders – set them in front of the levels of support and resistance, highs and lows of the oscillations to increase your chances of their execution.
Shopping tip # 10: the first retracement is the best rollback
A pullback is when price temporarily moves against the trend. And this allows traders to enter the market in trend direction.
In my experience, the best is the first pullback after a breakout.
Here's why...
When the market is trading in a range, it should eventually come out of it.
And, as you already know, the longer the range, the harder it breaks.
Thus, when the price finally breaks the boundary of the range, traders who have missed this movement, look forward to market entry on the first pullback.
These kickbacks usually have a shallow correction, as few traders want to trade against strong momentum.
And it offers you vysokopitatelny the entrance to the market on a pullback.
The example below
Now you're wondering:
"How to determine such vysokopitatelny opportunity to open a trade on the pullback?"
It's very simple.
Do the following 3 steps:
1. Identify markets that are in range;
2. Let the market make a breakout;
3. Enter on the first pullback.
Cool? Let's move on.
Shopping tip # 11: it is unlikely that the market will re-test the levels that you monitor
Have you ever ever following?
Have you noticed that the market price increased, but did not open the deal.
And you say to yourself...
"I will wait for opportunities to open long positions when the price re-test the previous resistance which now become support level".
And the market, of course, never returns to this level and continues to trade higher.
Because when the whole world is in anticipation that the price will "test" the level, this probably will not happen.
And even if that happens, the market will try to shake out as many traders before you continue.
Disgusting, isn't it?
Now you're wondering:
"What can I do about it?"
Of course!
I offer you 3 methods that you can use:
1. If the market re-testing your level, look for the following test inputs;
2. If the market re-testing your level, wait until you formed a new band, and trade at its highs/lows;
3. If the market re-test your level before entering wait for the reversal signal.
Let me explain...
1. Open transaction on the following breakdown
If you agree with the fact that the market rarely returns to re-test your level, then it makes sense to enter on the breakout, right?
This means that you have to wait for the formation of the pattern, "bull flag" and trade on the breakout.
Example (bear flag):
2. Wait until it has a new range and trade at its highs/lows
Here's the thing.
Sometimes the market can not break through, and not to re-test the level you are tracking.
Instead, it forms a new range.
So, what can you do?
Well, you can use the situation to trade in the range.
This means that in an uptrend you should open a long position near the lows (a new range) in anticipation that the market will exceed the level of the highs.
3. Before entering the market wait for signs of reversal
As previously mentioned, even if the market will come back and re-test the level, he tries to shake from itself the greatest possible number of traders.
This means that the market may fall much deeper than you expect and close your position, using your stop loss and then turn around and go in your direction.
So what is the solution?
It's very simple.
Before entering the market wait for signs of reversal.
Now you can go to the market and much later, but with more favorable odds of profitable positions (which will benefit your trading psychology).
Go ahead...
Shopping tip # 12: how to take profits on the pattern of a false breakout
Have you ever ever following?
You saw that the market broke the highs, and I think...
"This is the true test. Just look at the HUGE bullish green candle."
And you immediately open a long position... in the hope of catching a BIG movement.
But soon after you open a trade, the market reverses and goes in the opposite direction!
And does not pass much time as trigger your stops.
I call it a false breakout.
This is when you open a position on a breakout, but be "trapped", and the market turns against you.
Apparently, you're wondering:
"How can I get profit by trading on the false breakout?"
This can be done in the following way:
1. Identify the key levels of support and resistance where traders will look for opportunities to trade a breakout;
2. Wait for the breakdown does not take place, and the price is back in range.
3. Open position in the direction of the false breakout.

Let me remind you 12 tips on how to trade in the Forex market, you know:

1. The longer the market trades in a range, the harder it breaks the limits of this range;
2. Lower volatility leads to increased volatility;
3. The breakout from the previous consolidation have a higher probability of success;
4. The pattern of "ascending triangle" is a sign of strength;
5. The pattern of "descending triangle" is a sign of weakness;
6. The opening of a position near the support and resistance offers a favorable risk to profit ratio in your trade;
7. Do not place your stop loss just outside the level of support and resistance, give the price some "buffer zone";
8. Trade in direction of trend gives greater potential for profit;
9. To improve the risk to reward you can set a limit order;
10. The first pullback is the best rollback;
11. If the market re-test the level that you are tracking, you can: 1) trade the breakout; 2) to trade in a new formed band; 3) wait for signs of reversal before entering the market;
12. False breakout is a profitable pattern to trade.
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