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    Hi Funyoo, can you make a simple ea, that I can set which pairs to trade and whether long or short for each pair? No entry criteria, Close all by profit or loss and re- enter same configuration of pairs if tp or sl hit. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 626mx View Post
    Hi Funyoo, can you make a simple ea, that I can set which pairs to trade and whether long or short for each pair? No entry criteria, Close all by profit or loss and re- enter same configuration of pairs if tp or sl hit. Thank you.
    Hi 626mx,

    You can find a code for manual trading here : http://www.tradingsystemforex.com/pr...e-it-tool.html

    Attach it to the wanted pairs and set the basket options.

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    Thank you Funyoo, i was looking for similar but all pairs on one ea/chart not 6.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 626mx View Post
    Thank you Funyoo, i was looking for similar but all pairs on one ea/chart not 6.
    Hi 626mx,

    Ok here is a simple code.

    Order : -1=sell, 0=no trade, 1=buy.
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    Thanks, i'll be sure to post my results.
    Edit, works perfect.
    Last edited by 626mx; 07-28-2010 at 05:20.

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    maybe you can use this ea too,

    i am multipair trader too..

    just change the logic for buy or sell.
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    I find this Simple Multipair EA helpful for trading and testing with correlated and non correlated pairs. But it is always difficult to know/determine "the most realistic or ideal" takeprofit $ value for certain pair combinations to set into the EA.
    It would be greatly helpful if we could build some history data of every change of the "total floating $ value", for instance reflected as a line graph on the chart or eventually changes written to a text file. Then, after some time, we can easily see which "total floating dollar values" will be easily hit and it's frequency, so we can determine a more realistic profit value to set into the EA.

    Funyoo, would it be possible to add a line graph of the total floating $ value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CycleTrader View Post
    I find this Simple Multipair EA helpful for trading and testing with correlated and non correlated pairs. But it is always difficult to know/determine "the most realistic or ideal" takeprofit $ value for certain pair combinations to set into the EA.
    It would be greatly helpful if we could build some history data of every change of the "total floating $ value", for instance reflected as a line graph on the chart or eventually changes written to a text file. Then, after some time, we can easily see which "total floating dollar values" will be easily hit and it's frequency, so we can determine a more realistic profit value to set into the EA.

    Funyoo, would it be possible to add a line graph of the total floating $ value?
    Hi CycleTrader,

    Attach the vGrafBalance&Equity indicator to the chart.
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    Thanks Funyoo,

    Although these line graphs of balance and equity is not exactly what i meant, it comes close and it is very nice to visualize how the equity line moves around the balance line.

    What i meant with "total floating $ value" is a line graph of the "difference of this balance and equity", i see that this value is also shown at the EA's chart overlay, i marked it in blue at below screenshot.
    The chart overlay also shows values like "Biggest Profit" and "Biggest Loss", maybe it is an idea to use these values as upper and lower extremes to show at the Y-axis of the line graph.
    Only if you find time to code this.

    Many thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CycleTrader View Post
    Thanks Funyoo,

    Although these line graphs of balance and equity is not exactly what i meant, it comes close and it is very nice to visualize how the equity line moves around the balance line.

    What i meant with "total floating $ value" is a line graph of the "difference of this balance and equity", i see that this value is also shown at the EA's chart overlay, i marked it in blue at below screenshot.
    The chart overlay also shows values like "Biggest Profit" and "Biggest Loss", maybe it is an idea to use these values as upper and lower extremes to show at the Y-axis of the line graph.
    Only if you find time to code this.

    Many thanks.
    Hi CycleTrader,

    Ok codes updated.
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