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paid  29 Oct 2020
This is a Volatility Indicator for cTrader. Candlestick charts, Renko charts, and Range charts allow us to understand the price movements, but they do not give us an idea of the price activity, or the number of ticks. Also, while tick charts allow us to know the price movement within a certain number of ticks, it is difficult to visually understand the changes of the period of time it takes to form a bar. This indicator shows these hard-to-acquire information in a variety of resolutions.   Example of use---------------------------- ・Analysis of Candlestick Chart by Candlestick Chart The H1 chart shows price movements within an hour, but the period of time it takes to form a single bar is not necessarily exactly an hour. This is due to the fact that the start and end time of the trade by the broker is not actually the beginning of the hour. This makes it impossible to actually get a fair understanding of price movements. This indicator allows you to get the actual time taken to form a bar at various finer resolutions (M1, M5, M10, M15, etc.). Of course, the analysis is available in any timeframe charts.   ・Analysis of Candlestick Chart by Tick Chart Candlesticks give us an idea of price movements within a period of time, but it is difficult to visually capture trading activity, or the number of ticks. This indicator allows you to see how many ticks the price has moved in a period of time at various resolutions (t100, t500, t1000, etc.).   ・Analysis of Renko or Range Chart  On the Renko and Range charts, the bar is fixed at every fixed price movement. While this makes it easy to capture price movements, the time it takes to form a bar and the number of ticks it takes to form a bar varies greatly from bar to bar, making it very difficult to capture these volatilities visually. This indicator displays this information (how long or how many ticks it takes to form a bar) in a variety of resolutions (M1, M5, M10, t100, t500, t1000, etc.). ----------------------------------------------------- Notice ・Due to the complexities involved in calculating this indicator, it takes a while for the indicator to appear.  ・A resolution rougher than t100 is recommended for tick-based analysis in order to make the calculations run smoothly. ・It does not guarantee any particular outcome or profit of any kind. Please enjoy trading at your own risk. -------------------------------------------------- Please download from here Super Multi Chart Volatility   Please feel free to contact us. © 2020, Taro Yamada, taro.yamada.forex@gmail.com
free  28 Oct 2020
This is the modified ZigZag indicator, Credits to kkostaki for the code. The Yellow Line is just a 2nd copy of the code running at once. (just ignore if you are using the Harmonics bot)
EMA´s cross Bot
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free  28 Oct 2020
A coding modification is required, i hope someone could assist in doing tow things:  changing the simple SL to trailing SL. adding trading hours parameter ( trading can be like between two fixed hours ) I am using a cross of two EMA ( fast and medium)  with a condition of being above or below the major EMA ( like 200 or so - here it is named as slow) this bot gave me great result while back testing it, looking into it.  an example of a good back test results is:  GBPUSD:  timeframe: 15 minutes  Slow period: 190 Medium:50 fast:14 SL:70 TP: 105   Note: This is a modified version by me on the bot done by https://ctrader.com/forum/cbot-support/10910 all credit goes to the original bot.    following is the code ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------  using System; using System.Linq; using cAlgo.API; using cAlgo.API.Indicators; using cAlgo.API.Internals; using cAlgo.Indicators; namespace cAlgo {     [Robot(TimeZone = TimeZones.UTC, AccessRights = AccessRights.None)]     public class EMACross_RSI : Robot     {         [Parameter("Source")]         public DataSeries SourceSeries { get; set; }         [Parameter("Label", DefaultValue = "EMA")]         public string label { get; set; }         [Parameter("Slow Periods", DefaultValue = 30)]         public int SlowPeriods { get; set; }         [Parameter("Medium Periods", DefaultValue = 12)]         public int MediumPeriods { get; set; }         [Parameter("Fast Periods", DefaultValue = 5)]         public int FastPeriods { get; set; }         [Parameter("Stop Loss", DefaultValue = 10)]         public int SL { get; set; }         [Parameter("Take Profit", DefaultValue = 10)]         public double TP { get; set; }         [Parameter("Quantity (Lots)", DefaultValue = 1, MinValue = 0.01, Step = 0.01)]         public double Quantity { get; set; }         private ExponentialMovingAverage slowMa;         private ExponentialMovingAverage mediumMa;         private ExponentialMovingAverage fastMa;         protected override void OnStart()         {             fastMa = Indicators.ExponentialMovingAverage(SourceSeries, FastPeriods);             mediumMa = Indicators.ExponentialMovingAverage(SourceSeries, MediumPeriods);             slowMa = Indicators.ExponentialMovingAverage(SourceSeries, SlowPeriods);         }         protected override void OnBar()         {             int index = MarketSeries.OpenTime.Count - 2;             var longPosition = Positions.Find(label, SymbolName, TradeType.Buy);             var shortPosition = Positions.Find(label, SymbolName, TradeType.Sell);             if ((fastMa.Result[index] > slowMa.Result[index]) && (mediumMa.Result[index] > slowMa.Result[index]) && (fastMa.Result[index - 1] < mediumMa.Result[index - 1]) && longPosition == null)             {                 if (longPosition != null)                     ClosePosition(longPosition);                 ExecuteMarketOrder(TradeType.Sell, Symbol, VolumeInUnits, label, SL, TP);             }             else if ((fastMa.Result[index] < slowMa.Result[index]) && (mediumMa.Result[index] < slowMa.Result[index]) && (fastMa.Result[index - 1] > mediumMa.Result[index - 1]) && shortPosition == null)             {                 if (shortPosition != null)                     ClosePosition(shortPosition);                 ExecuteMarketOrder(TradeType.Buy, Symbol, VolumeInUnits, label, SL, TP);             }         }         private long VolumeInUnits         {             get { return Symbol.QuantityToVolume(Quantity); }         }     } }
AS Signal
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free  27 Oct 2020
This is a signal indicator based on a couple of moving averages and oscillators. A green arrow indicates a buy entry sign, while a red arrow indicates a sell entry sign. The sign that appears on the currently updating bar can be repainted, but once the bar is fixed, it will not be repainted again. The signal is more effective in higher timeframe.   Notice:It does not guarantee any particular outcome or profit of any kind. Please enjoy trading at your own risk.   Please download from here for free AS Signal  
paid  25 Oct 2020
New release "Breakout_Reverse 5 Strategies_10.20"  Considering the upcoming events, US Presidential Elections, Covid-19 issues, US-China disputes and other global macroeconomic factors, markets can undergo strong fluctuations creating considerable volatility.  In the new release we have included a Consecutive Losses Protection for Long & / or Short positions, as a prevention in case of high volatility.  This protection is particularly suitable for Reverse / Mean Reversion strategies where a high volatility can upset the Mean Reversion propensity typical of the Forex currency markets.  It can also be applied to Breakout & Trend Following strategies to reduce DrawDown (where applicable).  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Multi TimeFrame program uses 5 different strategies based on supports and resistances by calculating the maximum and minimum prices on a certain number of bars on 5 different Timeframes.  The 5 strategies work independently and in each strategy the Buy & Sell parameters are different and work autonomously.  In the event that all the strategies are open with the Buy & Sell operating, there may be a maximum of 10 open positions.  However, the case in which all strategies are used with activated Buy & Sell is rare.  STRATEGIES DO NOT USE ANY GRID SYSTEM OR MARTINGALA  In the markets of the major currencies crosses, Metals, oil and Indices some of them adapt better on Breakout strategies and others on Reverse strategies and you can understand it by doing optimization.  For example, the major currencies cross adapt better on Reverse and mean reverting strategies. American indices such as S&P500 and also the DAX in Europe fit better on Breakout strategies.  Each strategy must be optimized independently of the others. Buy & Sell as well in each strategy must be optimized separately.  However in each strategy there are at most 3 main parameters to be optimized.  DEMO VERSION AVAILABLE  Strategies:   Breakout   Reverse   Reverse On Livel   Trend Breakout   Trend Reverse  Exit Strategies: (All positions are protected with StopLoss)  - Strategy logic exit  - Trail & Strategy  - StopLoss & Breakeven / TakeProfit  - Trend Follow (TakeProfit is floating and is used only as security in case where the bot is no longer controllable due to connection failure or other causes. The position is closed only by the StopLoss which Trails)  - Solo StopLoss & Take Profit  - Solo Trailing (TakeProfit is floating and is used only as security in case where the bot is no longer controllable due to connection failure or other causes. The position is closed only by the StopLoss which Trails)     In each strategy:  - 5 different Timeframes  - Different Parametrs for Long & Short, they work autonomously.  - StopLoss & TakeProfit are automatically assigned (Depending on volatility and volume traded in the book)  - Trailing Stop is automatically assigned.  - 1 single entry strategy  - 6 different exit strategies. Optimization will indicate the best exit strategy.  - Option to Cut DrawDown (when it's appropriate to use)  - Money Management (Position Sizing) on winning and loosing trade.  - Consecutive Losses Protection for BUY / SELL (Separately)    Optimization:  The optimization process, must be done for each strategy excluding the others and separately on a single strategy first Buy and then Sell), on a normal computer, it can take longer (consider that you are working on 5 TimeFrame) but in the end it is worth as you will get very satisfying results and succeeding also to understand where the symbol moves better on Buy (long) or Sell (short) in Breakout or in Reverse. When the optimization of a strategy ends, set aside the best parameters. When has been done for all strategies, manually enter the parameters of each strategy in the bot.   The Trading System has been designed to work at the best on all types of Forex cross currencies, Metals, Oil, Indices, futures and Crypto Currencies.  Pay attention to the Trade volume for each instrument as it changes from Forex to Indices, Metals, Oil, Futures and Crypto Currencies. Some Brokers for CFD give you the opportunity to trade all of them with micro lots. Others use different Lotsize (example for Indices minimum 1 contract, Gold 0.1 / 1 Oz).   In the Trading System, if you enter a wrong value, the Bot will automatically use the minimum tradable volume.  Warning: when trading CFDs (Indices, Futures, Crypto Currencies, Metals) the results can vary widely between one broker and another. The suggestion is to operate on CFDs using the same broker in which the optimization was made.     Backtest and optimization must be done considering the following parameters at best  (lined up in sequence of importance and priority):  - SharpRatio: (which is a reward to risk ratio) minimum value 0.13  - Max Balance Drawdown & Max Equity Drawdown: Max 15% better under 10%. Discard higher values. Rather than earning, you should consider what you can lose. If you don't pay attention to Drawdown, working with a high leverage is very easy to lose the whole capital. With high leverage you can earn a lot compared to the capital but you can also easily drain the whole account. Using Position Sizing (on gain) you can double or triple the earnings and in this case the Drawdown can go up to max 23%. Do it only if it is worth on increasing the gain. To reduce the Drawdown use Position Sizing (on lose) the gain in this case will be slightly reduced.  - Profit Factor: minimum value 1.40 - better if it is higher than 1.50  - Net Profit  - Trades number: all optimizations must be done over a minimum of 8/9 years period to have reliable results. In this period consider at minimum to have more than 500 trades. Total trades must be obtained by adding the trades of all the strategies used. Strategies can obtain a minimum of 50 + trades in one way (Buy or Sell)  - Average Trade: The average earnings for each individual trade. Considering an initial capital of $ 10,000, 200 leverage, ordersize (bet) 0.10 lots (10,000 volume). The Average Trade must be more then 20.00 $ per Trade  P.S .: When you optimize or backtest put Commission to 50 (x million) and Spread to 2 for major Forex crosses and more for minor crosses. This is used to amortize slippage.  - The parameters attached to the bot have been optimized using Pepperstone Broker from 08/02/2011 to 15/03/2020 (with some parameters the Drawdown comes out  higher then 15% because it was worth pushing on the Money Management).  To avoid "Over-Fitting":  - Optimizations and Backtests must be performed for at least 8/9 or more years for reliable results. The optimization done on short periods is not absolutely reliable. Professional traders optimize and backtest their automatic systems using very long periods (10/15/20 years) of data feeds with paid Data Feeds providers. All Brokers who use cTrader platform for Forex give a free set of Data Feeds of about 8/9 years and for CFDs 5/6 years.  - To test if the parameters obtained are robust, do backtests by varying them slightly (do not change "Livel TF" which is the Timeframe).  If you get positive results, even if qualitatively lower than the optimized ones, this means that the parameter set is robust and not "Overfitted".  ----------------------------------------------------------------------     DEMO VERSION: Click Here  Active.cTrader.Bot HomePage   Contacts and information: active.ctrader.bot@gmail.com  //==================================================== 
free  25 Oct 2020
This is the same indicator as the previous one but with an added average of the highs and lows to smooth them out. If you allow me an opinion, it is an opportunity to contribute to keep prices within acceptable levels of volatility instead of taking them to extremes that are not justifiable by economic fundamentals (whose evolution only the authorities know until the date of publication), forcing intervention. Feel free logically. Thank you all
free  25 Oct 2020
Good Morning. This is a volatility study based on a simple average, highs and lows. The oscillator in the image can be easily represented by referencing the price and the bands to the simple average, work that I leave as an exercise. As allways, the risk is in follow trends when market ranges or follow mean reversion when market trends. Knowledge is equal opportunities. I have a lot to learn, thank you.
Retail Sentiment v4
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paid  19 Oct 2020
Retail Sentiment What if there was a way to know where the majority of retail traders were positioned in any given symbol at any given time?       "Data Confirms Grim Truth: 70-80% of Retail Traders are Unprofitable        https://www.babypips.com/news/almost-80-percent-of-retail-traders-are-unprofitable" Simply trade against the majority of retail traders and you'll be guaranteed to profit. Contact programsforfx@gmail.com for price. Screenshots The green line represents retail buyers and red is sellers. Once retail buyers are the majority, the edge is in doing the opposite.      
by summer
free  19 Oct 2020
保有ポジションのPips数をチャート内に表示します ()内は金額ですが設定で非表示にできます 合計Pipsが負のときはピンク、正のときは水色になります   Shows the pips of the position in the chart. () is the price, but you can hide it in the settings. When the total pips are negative, they are pink, and when they are positive, they are light blue.
MACD Clossover Marker
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free  15 Oct 2020
MACD Clossoverがゴールデンクロスしたとき買いのマーク、デッドクロスしたとき売りのマークを表示します。 Put a buy mark when the MACD Clossover crosses golden and a sell mark when it crosses dead.   website
reposter
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free  15 Oct 2020
Repost info about trade to telegram channel
paid  15 Oct 2020
This indicator will allow you to send Telegram alerts when the price of a symbol reaches a pre-defined target price, it is an extension to the standard price alerts feature built into the cTrader trading platform. Download the Indicator Watch a Video Demonstration     Paul Hayes Sales & Marketing Email: contact@clickalgo.com Phone: (44) 203 289 6573 Website: https://clickalgo.com Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Pinterest | LinkedIn PS: Why not join our instant chat group on Telegram or visit our YouTube Channel