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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.DO$LLAR View Post
    I want to propose a better way
    macd = 240,520,1
    rsi = 14, up = 70,80 dn = 30,20
    time = 1m
    Way:
    But without the use of averages

    If the macd higher than the purchase of zero
    If the RSI under the line of 30 or 20 and then closed higher than entering a request to buy one , but the second to go up higher than the 50 line and then back again to under 30 or 20 .
    and the closure of the deal if the RSI with the highest 70 from the line and closed above.
    And reverse all the sales.
    Please can you give me the attachment for download?

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    Hi Funyoo, Please can i switch off my computer while the EA is trading? Will the EA continue to trade while the computer is off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by olutoluway View Post
    Hi Funyoo, Please can i switch off my computer while the EA is trading? Will the EA continue to trade while the computer is off?
    See here : http://www.tradingsystemforex.com/4702-post20.html

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    Hi funyoo,

    Do you think you can code a condition in this EA and maybe have it as a standard in all your EA's if possible.

    Anyway to trade only once per signal...so if signal up or down place a trade and exit via TP, TS, SL or opposite signal

    For some reason the "AddPositons" and "MaxOrders" don't do this, it just keeps adding positon after closing.

    Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claypot View Post
    Hi funyoo,

    Do you think you can code a condition in this EA and maybe have it as a standard in all your EA's if possible.

    Anyway to trade only once per signal...so if signal up or down place a trade and exit via TP, TS, SL or opposite signal

    For some reason the "AddPositons" and "MaxOrders" don't do this, it just keeps adding positon after closing.

    Cheers.
    Hi claypot,

    Here it is.
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    Thanks funyoo coffees on me

    Also I realise that the Trailing Stop that you have coded starts from behind. Do you think you can code a common Trailing Stop where by it trails after x number of pips in profit.

    An idea thou if possible. How about having to different kinds of Trailing stop, the one that you currently coded that trails from behind and the common one that trails from x number of pips in profit.

    cheers.


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    Hi claypot,

    Here it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by claypot View Post
    Thanks funyoo coffees on me

    Also I realise that the Trailing Stop that you have coded starts from behind. Do you think you can code a common Trailing Stop where by it trails after x number of pips in profit.

    An idea thou if possible. How about having to different kinds of Trailing stop, the one that you currently coded that trails from behind and the common one that trails from x number of pips in profit.

    cheers.
    Hi claypot,

    Ok I have added the trailingprofit parameter that will allow the trailing stop from x pips of profit. Disabled if set on 0.
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    Hi funyoo,

    It don't work, I have set Trailing Profit to 10 and the rest to zero (TS, TP, SL), could you have a look again thanks.

    cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funyoo View Post
    Hi claypot,

    Ok I have added the trailingprofit parameter that will allow the trailing stop from x pips of profit. Disabled if set on 0.
    Hi claypot,

    See in the code for the explanation of trailingprofit.

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    Lightbulb Please Help

    hi ... I think that is a good system but needs optimization!
    can you make a system open 3 instead of 1 position buy / sell and close the first on x pips, the second on x pips,and third when moving anangare crosses?
    but let us choose what is "x" pip for each position, and as soon as the first option close to "X" pip stop loss goes to break even as the "break evan: 1.
    Thanks in advance ...
    sorry for bad English ...
    I think you all work together great job ...
    greetings from Croatia ...

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