I have used it. But they have a limit of 200 symbols per segment that you update simultaneously.
When you buy more than one segment, and if your symbols reach 600 then you might need system with more speed & also internet speed should be higher.
I checked it. It is not average. It is joining the base of atleast 2 lowest points (historically) & I guess it will do the same for higher values too.
But the system is really risky. Instead of going with the trend, it is asking us to take reverse position in the hopes that in future prices...
From the looks of it, it doesn't look like it works on pivot levels... it has generated a sell line by constructing a common support & then it is generating signal if the price goes below that standard support.
Tried that. But none on google is like the three lines in the other picture. Not even close ones. I can make it work if I get an AFL which atleast resembles it in some way.
If you have an AFL which somewhat resembles this then please send the file on [email protected]
I am also looking over the same problem. Do we have any AFL like this ?
If we even have a similar AFL like this, we can start changing it to match with the above given AFL.
Main problem is with the trailing stop loss values. How they are calculated ?
Does anybody knows following AFL or atleast a version of it ? According to me, it is using traling stop loss. But I have no idea how they are making it or calculating it. But if you have any idea, then please let me know.
It might work for sure...
Yes, it is helpful for me.
can you please explain step by step how to do this ?
1) how to link rtdata to excel ?
2) and how to export from excel to amibroker ?
Please let me know about this in step by step manner. Thanks in advance.
I have just started so I am experimenting with every pair apart from Major pairs.
Currently I am working with the following pairs:
AUD/USD - Australian Dollar US Dollar
USD/JPY - US Dollar Japanese Yen
EUR/USD - Euro US Dollar
GBP/USD - British Pound US Dollar
EUR/GBP - Euro British Pound...