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    “If you love the sacred and despise the ordinary, you are still bobbing in the sea of delusion.” ― Línjì Yìxuán, 866 CE
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    Username:Jan
    Name:Jan
    Member since: 05 Apr 2019
    Country:Finland

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    Developing automated trading systems in cTrader/cAlgo environment. Involved in trading FX market since 1999. A career in private banking, insurance and portfolio management. Telegram: @Fibonacci2011

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    “If you love the sacred and despise the ordinary, you are still bobbing in the sea of delusion.” ― Línjì Yìxuán, 866 CE

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    @Average RSI CCI Stochastic DeMarker & MF: ... but the truth is no indicator will help one much, unless one understands the market maker dynamics and games... :)
    @Average RSI CCI Stochastic DeMarker & MF: Now with the update and normalized CCI values indicator should be better. (CCi negative values influenced average too much even when capped to -+200 ). Now no need by default to weight other oscillators. You can also use "Multiply All Periods"  to see longer term momentum
    @PipsATR: This solution is no longer working.   File is not there anymore
    @Manual Strategy Tester with Source Code: I tried this one out, very nice thank you. just that my cTrader platform keeps crashing on my tabletop. Took out some indies but still crashing
    @Ultimate 5 points pivot system: I have been told by a programmer that there is an issue with cTrader Pivots and unfortunately, it seems like it can't be solved. Market Data Series containing candle stick info is what makes one able to draw a line on the chart representing the Pivot. There is no way to get a Market Data Series based candle in tick charts or any time-based chart below 1 minute and for this reason there is no way to get the correct info on cAlgo API and draw correct Pivots on tick charts or any time-based charts below 1M!! Please let me know if you think you have a solution to this problem!!
    @Fibo Pivot Points: I have been told by a programmer that there is an issue with cTrader Pivots and unfortunately, it seems like it can't be solved. Market Data Series containing candle stick info is what makes one able to draw a line on the chart representing the Pivot. There is no way to get a Market Data Series based candle in tick charts or any time-based chart below 1 minute and for this reason, there is no way to get the correct info on cAlgo API and draw correct Pivots on tick charts or any time-based charts below 1M. Please let me know if you think you have a solution to this problem!!
    @Pivot Points: I have been told by a programmer  that there is an issue with cTrader Pivots and  unfortunately, it seems like it can't be fixed, Market Data Series containing candle stick info is what makes one able to draw a line on the chart representing the Pivot. Because there is no way to get the candle in tick charts as a Market Data Series, there is no way to get the correct info on Calgo API and draw correct Pivots on tick charts or any time-based charts below 1M!! Please let me know if you think you have a solution to this problem!!
    @Ultimate 5 points pivot system: Actually this indicator has the same problem as all other cTrader pivot indicators here - it will not draw the pivots correctly on tick charts (and likely on other non-minute/ time based charts)
    @Golden Dragon II: Thank you for sharing your code. I'm new to cTrader and have quite limited C# coding ability. Could someone please explain how do I update  inclusion references in the cBot code for the custom indicator calling?
    @Zelphin Scalper II: I'm new to cTrader and have quite limited C# coding ability. Could someone please explain how do I update  inclusion references in the cBot code for the custom indicators?
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    KijunSen 3X
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    by Jan
    free  27 Nov 2019
    Version uploaded: 2019/11/27 I have used Kijun-Sen as a baseline for different trading strategies, and for this purpose, I like it better than any moving average.   I have simply just combined 3 Kijun-Sen lines and added optional moving average smoothing (MA period 0 will void smoothing). Original Kijun-Sen line uses 26 periods, I have chosen Fibonacci sequence numbers for the default periods. Idea is to use Kijun-Sen lines a little bit like normal MAs combined with Ichimoku Cloud idea. Meaning that when lines are close to each other the resistance/support is stronger than when they are far from each other (dense cloud vs. scattered cloud). e.g price crossing together closely coiled lines can be thought of as more valid breakout than if lines are scattered far apart. Price inside lines/cloud => no-mans-land. Let me know if you find new ideas about how to use this indicator.  What is the Kijun-Sen (Japanese for Reference / Baseline)? The Kijun-sen is an indicator and important component of the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo method of technical analysis, which is also known as the Ichimoku cloud. The Kijun-sen is the midpoint price of the last 26-periods, and therefore an indicator of short- to medium-term price momentum. The indicator aids in assessing the trend, and can also be useful for identifying trading opportunities when combined with the other components of the Ichimoku cloud. How to Calculate the original Kijun Line (Base Line) Find the highest price over the last 26 periods. Find the lowest price over the last 26 periods. Combine the high and low, then divide by two. Update the calculation after each period ends.   Follow cTrader Telegram group at https://t.me/cTraderCommunity; it's a new community but it will grow fast, plus everyone can talk about cTrader indicators and algorithm without restrictions, though it is not allowed to spam commercial indicators to sell them. There's also a Discord Server now @ https://discord.gg/5GAPMtp  
    by Jan
    free  27 Nov 2019
    Version Updated: 2019/11/27 I have used Kijun-Sen (Overlay version) as a baseline for different trading strategies, and for this purpose, I like it better than any moving average. However, as I like simple ideas, I wanted to take a different look at this straightforward indicator and see what else it could do... So, I have combined 3 Kijunsen lines that are normalized as oscillators (normally Kijun-Sen line is drawn to the chart as an overlay indicator). I have also added moving average smoothing (MA period value 0 voids smoothing). Original KijunSen uses 26 periods, I have chosen Fibonacci sequence numbers for the default periods. My initial idea was to use this for mean reversion strategies looking for the faster lines to diverge from the slower lines. The oscillator can also be used during a trend trade to get in on a pullback (fast pulling away from slow, slow showing trend strength). Let me know if you find new ideas about how to use this indicator.  What is the Kijun-Sen (Japanese for Reference / Baseline)? The Kijun-sen is an indicator and important component of the Ichimoku Kinko Hyo method of technical analysis, which is also known as the Ichimoku cloud. The Kijun-sen is the midpoint price of the last 26-periods, and therefore an indicator of short- to medium-term price momentum. The indicator aids in assessing the trend, and can also be useful for identifying trading opportunities when combined with the other components of the Ichimoku cloud. How to Calculate the original Kijun Line (Base Line) Find the highest price over the last 26 periods. Find the lowest price over the last 26 periods. Combine the high and low, then divide by two. Update the calculation after each period ends.   Follow cTrader Telegram group at https://t.me/cTraderCommunity; it's a new community but it will grow fast, plus everyone can talk about cTrader indicators and algorithm without restrictions, though it is not allowed to spam commercial indicators to sell them. There's also a Discord Server now @ https://discord.gg/5GAPMtp  
    by Jan
    free  27 Nov 2019
    This indicator is a combination of RSI, CCI, Stochastic, DeMarker and Money Flow indicators Indicator simply calculates the averaged values with adjustable weighting. Stochastics is calculated from K% only. CCI is capped at +-200, and has the lowest weight (1) due to having 4X the range of the other oscillators.(Issue fixed with Version update: 20191106, no more need for X4 weighting) You can omit oscillator by inputting weight = 0. Version update: 20191106: Normalised CCI values to fit between 0-100 Added "Multiply All Periods" parameter, which will multiply all oscillator periods by the chosen value   Follow cTrader Telegram group at https://t.me/cTraderCommunity; it's a new community but it will grow fast, plus everyone can talk about cTrader indicators and algorithm without restrictions, though it is not allowed to spam commercial indicators to sell them. There's also a Discord Server now @ https://discord.gg/5GAPMtp
    by Jan
    free  27 Nov 2019
    T3 Dynamics indicator attempts to measure T3 acceleration and velocity within the lookback period. Histogram: Acceleration  Line: Velocity   --- ! You should first be familiar with Tilson T3 indicator logic and behaviour before you try to use this indicator ! ---   References:  T3 Moving Average https://ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/2044.  Dynamics calculation logic is the same as in MA Dynamics indicator https://ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/2008   Follow cTrader Telegram group at https://t.me/cTraderCommunity; it's a new community but it will grow fast, plus everyone can talk about cTrader indicators and algorithm without restrictions, though it is not allowed to spam commercial indicators to sell them. There's also a Discord Server now @ https://discord.gg/5GAPMtp
    T3 Moving Average
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    by Jan
    free  27 Nov 2019
    Posted: Oct 30, 2019 Description The Triple Exponential Moving Average (T3) developed by Tim Tillson attempts to offer a moving average with better smoothing then traditional exponential moving average. It incorporates a smoothing technique which allows it to plot curves more gradual than ordinary moving averages and with a smaller lag. Its smoothness is derived from the fact that it is a weighted sum of a single EMA, double EMA, triple EMA and so on. When a trend is formed, the price action will stay above or below the trend during most of its progression and will hardly be touched by any swings. Thus, a confirmed penetration of the T3 MA and the lack of a following reversal often indicates the end of a trend. I have added up & down colors and  a Min Threshold % factor (generally try values below 0.01) to filter out T3 “flat” periods. Min Threshold %  calculates the minimum accepter slope % change between start & stop bars. The filtered out slope is shown in grey. Slope filter is mainly for system development purposes. Formula The Triple Exponential Moving Average (T3) of the time series 't' is: EMA1 = EMA(x,Period) EMA2 = EMA(EMA1,Period) GD = EMA1*(1+vFactor)) - (EMA2*vFactor) T3 = GD (GD ( GD(t, Period, vFactor), Period, vFactor), Period, vFactor); Where vFactor is a volume factor between 0 and 1 which determines how the moving averages responds. A value of 0 returns an EMA. A value of 1 returns DEMA. Tim Tillson advised or preferred value of 0.7. For longer periods (above 100) to filter out non-trending markets, I prefer to use values between 0-0.3 How to use .The T3 Moving Average generally produces entry signals similar to other moving averages and thus is traded largely in the same manner. Here are several assumptions: If the price action is above the T3 Moving Average and the indicator is headed upward, then we have a bullish trend and should only enter long trades (advisable for novice/intermediate traders). If the price is below the T3 Moving Average and it is edging lower, then we have a bearish trend and should limit entries to short. Below you can see it visualized in a trading platform. Although the T3 MA is considered as one of the best swing following indicators that can be used on all time frames and in any market, it is still not advisable for novice/intermediate traders to increase their risk level and enter the market during trading ranges (especially tight ones). Thus, for the purposes of this article, we will limit our entry signals only to such in trending conditions. Once the market is displaying trending behaviour, we can place with-trend entry orders as soon as the price pulls back to the moving average (undershooting or overshooting it will also work). As we know, moving averages are strong resistance/support levels, thus the price is more likely to rebound from them and resume its with-trend direction instead of penetrating it and reversing the trend. And so, in a bull trend, if the market pulls back to the moving average, we can fairly safely assume that it will bounce off the T3 MA and resume upward momentum, thus we can go long. The same logic is in force during a bearish trend. And last but not least, the T3 Moving Average can be used to generate entry signals upon crossing with another T3 MA with a longer trackback period (just like any other moving average crossover). When the fast T3 crosses the slower one from below and edges higher, this is called a Golden Cross and produces a bullish entry signal. When the faster T3 crosses the slower one from above and declines further, the scenario is called a Death Cross and signifies bearish conditions. Below a picture of two T3 indicators with different periods: Follow cTrader Telegram group at https://t.me/cTraderCommunity; it's a new community but it will grow fast, plus everyone can talk about cTrader indicators and algorithm without restrictions, though it is not allowed to spam commercial indicators to sell them. There's also a Discord Server now @ https://discord.gg/5GAPMtp Ps. I’m looking for programmers and developers who are familiar with cAlgo API and who are interested co-operating in system development projects (indicators, cBots and trading system ideas). We can co-op in terms of “pay-per-project” or hourly fee basis or non-fee based collaboration, it is up to us to decide which is the best way to work together. You can contact me through Telegram: @Fibionacci2011
    by Jan
    free  01 Dec 2019
    A combination of Commodity Channel Index , Bollinger Bands and Moving Averages. This is my modification of the original Traders Dynamic Index https://ctrader.com/algos/indicators/show/215 (Thanks go to fzlogic !!). Original version uses RSI as the base indicator, I use CCI instead. Two MAs and BB values are calculated from CCI.  CCI is a bit more responsive than RSI, so it is recommended to use higher period values than you would use in RSI. With CCI you get more signals which naturally result also more false signals.   Traditional Strategy: Buy: The Price line is above the Signal line and above the middle Bollinger Band line. Sell: The Price line is below the Signal line and below the middle Bollinger Band line. -------------- Mean Reversion & Reversal Strategies: Buy: Look for MAs lower-level crossing as in any normal oscillator oversold strategy.  Sell: Look for MAs upper-level crossing as in any normal oscillator overbought strategy.  Extra confirmation with slower MAs diverging from faster and pointing toward trend direction. --------------   More Advanced Strategy: Look CCI to be below 0-level and below BB midline also look for weak CCI retrace where the price is not following CCI retrace - sell into this weakness. Use the opposite logic for buy. Also look for Price and Signal line to refuse BB & 0-level crossing, look to trade with BB-middle trend.   Follow cTrader Telegram group at https://t.me/cTraderCommunity; it's a new community but it will grow fast, plus everyone can talk about cTrader indicators and algorithm without restrictions, though it is not allowed to spam commercial indicators to sell them. There's also a Discord Server now @ https://discord.gg/5GAPMtp
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