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  • @Real Dividers: Recently updated to include the Time zone offset which changes depending on the part of the year you are trading in.
  • @SMA Slope Indicator: Sure, its just a sma wit an sma applied to it. It removes some of the choppyness between close periods. using System; using cAlgo.API; using cAlgo.API.Internals; using cAlgo.API.Indicators; using cAlgo.Indicators;   namespace cAlgo {     [Indicator(IsOverlay = true, ScalePrecision = 7,TimeZone = TimeZones.UTC, AccessRights = AccessRights.None)]     public class mySmoothSMA : Indicator     {         [Parameter()]         public DataSeries Source { get; set; }         [Parameter(DefaultValue = 24)]         public int paramPeriods { get; set; }         [Parameter(DefaultValue = 3)]         public int paramSmoothing { get; set; }         [Output("SMA", Color = Colors.Red)]         public IndicatorDataSeries Result { get; set; }         private SimpleMovingAverage sma;         private SimpleMovingAverage smoothsma;         protected override void Initialize()         {sma = Indicators.SimpleMovingAverage(Source, paramPeriods);          smoothsma = Indicators.SimpleMovingAverage(sma.Result, paramSmoothing);}         public override void Calculate(int index){ Result[index] = smoothsma.Result[index];}     } } 
  • @Real Market Hours: if you are live it will give you a different value depending on when you run it.  but it works for me.just the way you mention.  As far as daylight saving, the system time functions take care of that when you convert.  so, all is good.
  • @Real Market Hours: if you are live it will give you a different value depending on when you run it.  but it works for me.just the way you mention.  As far as daylight saving, the system time functions take care of that when you convert.  so, all is good.
  • @Real Market Hours: So, just uploaded a big update to this indicator related to all the recent platform changes in handling the Time.  So now the robot uses the timezone set by the new timezone attribute of the indicator.  Before, there would have been issues if you set the indicator timezone to something different from the broker timezone, but now they are one and the same. Good Luck! 
  • @Real Time Fibonacci Indicators: This looks interesting. So, how do you trade with it?
  • @Real Market Hours: Robo Forex and Fibo Group are also using Cyprus time. Actually, I think its best because it divides the day properly. Once New York closes on a particular day, the Australian Session begins on the following day. For example, if the NY session closes on the 15th at 4:59pm EST at 5pm EST the Australian Session begins and it is the 16th in Australia. Cyprus time is 12am. During the summer months when there is a gap between the NY and Australian Sessions, Cyprus time still falls in between, nicely dividing the trading day data. I guess that's why Cyprus is the center of the Forex Universe:)
  • @Real Market Hours: I added the following lines: TimeZoneInfo LocalTimeZone = TimeZoneInfo.FindSystemTimeZoneById("UTC"); //GMT Time w/ no daylight savings For Divisa Capitol and IC Markets //Print("Local Time Zone Name:{0} Offset:{1} DST:{2} ",LocalTimeZone.DisplayName,LocalTimeZone.BaseUtcOffset,LocalTimeZone.SupportsDaylightSavingTime); [Levels(8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16)]
  • @Real Market Hours: Ok, had to update the code. Sorry. It turns out that IC markets uses UTC Time not London time(GMT Standard Time) as originally coded. You might think they are the same but London used daylight savings and UTC does not, so you would be off by an hour during the summer. I couldn't really verify that until March 30th when it kicked in for London. Also, I verified that Divisa Capitol uses UTC as well, same as IC Markets and Lqd Markets uses Cyprus Time same as FX Pro and Trader's Way. So, now the indicator should be accurate for all platforms. I also added a levels statement to display the times consistently and a print statement to verify time zone info if necessary. Hope it helps!

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Determines the daily increase or decrease in the value of the Euro and Dollar.The actual and projected value of the pair is also plotted. This version of the EURUSD index allows for both daily and weekly yield indexes.  It gives you the option to weight the index based on volume and the option to use 4 or 8 pairs for calculation. Finally, it corrects a problem with pairs that don't start trading at the same time.
25 Apr 2015
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My slope indicator calculates the slope of a smoothed SMA.  You can enter the backstep, meaning the length of time you want to go back to measure the slope.  A slope limit allows you to judge when a threshold is reached for trading.  MA tolerance sets a value for the amount of change in the moving average needed to register a peak. Slope peak tolerance sets a minimum value to register a peak in the slope. The slope indicator registers peaks in the ma and slope.  It also gives a signal if the slope is flat for 12 periods.    
17 Apr 2015
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Determines the daily increase or decrease in the value of the Euro and Dollar.The actual and projected value of the pair is also plotted.
06 Nov 2014
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Knowing when the trading day begins and the trading week ends is very important to technical analysis. You can't just use your own time zone to determine it. It is the same for every trader all over the world.  In general it occurs at 12am EEST which is +2 for part of the yesr and +3 for part. Unfortunately the period separators that are included in cTrader will not mark the correct day end and week end positions nor will it give you signals to take action within your robots.  This indicator takes the guess work out of it, marks the real day end and week end positions and provides signals to take actions within robots.
30 Apr 2018
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A simple but useful indicator that places the time in London, New York, Sydney and Tokyo right on the chart.  The time will be in color if the session is active and you can select 24 or 12 hour format.  Unlike the Real Market Hours indicator, this indicator is based on your computer's local time, not the broker's server time so make sure its right.  
22 Apr 2013
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Half the secret to being successful in the ForEx markets is timing.  I haven't seen a reliable market hours indicator posted here, so here is my verison.  Opening and closing times for the New York and London markets are based on 8 to 5 business hours.  Opening and closing times for Sydney and Japan are based on 9 to 5 business hours.  Some people use 6pm close time for Tokyo and some use a 4pm close time for Sydney.  However, did you know that ForEx trading hours are not based on corresponding stock markets close times?  They are based on investment banking business hours.  You can set the hours as you like within the indicator.  Many beginers think once you convert the business hours to local time that you will have the market hours all figured out, but its not that simple.  Did you know that Daylight savings starts on different days in London and New York.  So there is a period in March where  opening time in New York is at 12pm instead of 1pm.  Did you know Daylight savings in Austrailia is reverse that of New York so that opening times shift 2 hours instead of one between the winter and summer months, leaving a 2 hour gap between the New York close and the Sydney open?  Do you know which timezone your broker is using and how it affects the conversion?  Well all that is taken care of with my handy dandy market hours indicator! WooHoo! The markets are color coded and I assigned the market hour value to the result so you could better visually see as markets are coming to a close and execute trades based on specific hours.  Make sure you comment out the LocalTime zone which does not apply to you.  cTrader brokers seem to be using either Cyprus time or UTC Local Time Zones.  Hope it helps!
09 Sep 2013
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