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    Quote Originally Posted by szmvscla View Post
    Thanks a lot! I have an indicator and I would like to have an EA based on those rules, I tried today to do it, but I don't have the right skills to do it, so please could you mind to take a look at the code and correct it for me?
    Read this : http://www.tradingsystemforex.com/id...t-request.html

    Quote Originally Posted by madscalp View Post
    Hi funyoo
    I followed in FF this thread by Eagle an italian guy.
    But I remember he adviced basically only a TP of 10 pips after breakout.
    In your settings, it's a TS of 280 !
    Did you obtain 280 after optimization or is it a different system ?
    Thx
    Hi madscalp,

    Yes, I've found this indicator on this thread. I was only interested by the breakout part, not the order management. At the beginning, when I have created the system, the goal was to close the order at CloseHour.

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    OK
    and your TS is 280 ?????
    amazing no ?

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    Here is a template and 2 indys.
    The right side of the orange square is London open time (in France).
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    Thanks a lot for your reply! Just one more question, in the EA the CloseHour is 5 and in my case it has to be 3, Am I correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madscalp View Post
    OK
    and your TS is 280 ?????
    amazing no ?
    Indeed, it allows the code to follow main trends.

    Quote Originally Posted by szmvscla View Post
    Thanks a lot for your reply! Just one more question, in the EA the CloseHour is 5 and in my case it has to be 3, Am I correct?
    That's right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by funyoo View Post
    Indeed, it allows the code to follow main trends.



    That's right.
    Thanks a lot!

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    hy
    isn't on the same theme?
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    maybe ea will help in yours Mr.F
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    Quote Originally Posted by przem81621 View Post
    hy
    isn't on the same theme?
    author luktom.biz - trading manualny i automatyczny na rynku Forex
    maybe ea will help in yours Mr.F
    Hi przem81621,

    Yes it is the same kind.

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    Start and Close times.
    Again Funyfoo, thanks for posting another interesting EA. As with other EA's, I'm not sure of the time zone that it was tested in. It was indicated that the start and close times were "GMT+2". I'm assuming this means that when it shows 0500 and 0800, that for IBFX, which is at GMT, the open and close would be 0300 and 0600?

    Perhaps if you (or other posters) could indicate the time zone of their brokers, thus their tests, when posting set data, it would be clear what the time settings were used.

    Thanks.

    Douglas

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    Quote Originally Posted by dcraig View Post
    Start and Close times.
    Again Funyfoo, thanks for posting another interesting EA. As with other EA's, I'm not sure of the time zone that it was tested in. It was indicated that the start and close times were "GMT+2". I'm assuming this means that when it shows 0500 and 0800, that for IBFX, which is at GMT, the open and close would be 0300 and 0600?
    That's correct.

    Note that it is not a close, it is the start an the end of the range that we use to determine the high and the low where we will put pending orders.

    Quote Originally Posted by dcraig View Post
    Perhaps if you (or other posters) could indicate the time zone of their brokers, thus their tests, when posting set data, it would be clear what the time settings were used.

    Thanks.

    Douglas
    That's a good idea. We should create a thread in the metatrader brokers section where we would put the time comparing to gmt of the different brokers.

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