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Sky77 Jan 7, 2019 10:59am | Post# 7801

{quote} Thanks friend, problem solved. Another small question: Why font size so BIG? Husky have smaller size CL, CS ..... ================= Husky, friend, please re-lay out YOUR color scheme of the Dash. Maybe there I will find the answer to my question about the font problem. Thanks... {image} {image} {image}
color scheme have nothing to do with fonts. like guys above said must be something with your windows fonts.

denya Jan 7, 2019 3:48pm | Post# 7802

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{quote} color scheme have nothing to do with fonts. like guys above said must be something with your windows fonts.
I have installed fonts as recommended by aeseme.
( 1.Screen resolution issues due to font size nor 4K displays: try this workaround by jagzuk.
2.Font size bigger than it should on standard screen resolution: make sure you installed the fonts included in the bundle package.)

Lastest Windows 10 LTSE. Monitor 4K, but without zooming (100%).
So ... very strange that I have a picture with a larger font on CL and CL than Husky ...
But it's not VERY important bug for me ... so It is not necessary to spend a lot of time looking for the problem. I will survive ...
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What I'm really looking forward to is MARTIN's introduction to the DashBoard.
https://www.forexfactory.com/showthr...3#post11630403

While it is not, I use other developments. Getting rich slowly ... . In any case, from my subjective point of view, introducing the option will give a rebirth to the Board! I'm gonna use all my brain for that.
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Idne Jan 7, 2019 9:08pm | Post# 7803

{quote} I have installed fonts as recommended by aeseme. ( 1.Screen resolution issues due to font size nor 4K displays: try this workaround by jagzuk. 2.Font size bigger than it should on standard screen resolution: make sure you installed the fonts included in the bundle package.) Lastest Windows 10 LTSE. Monitor 4K, but without zooming (100%). So ... very strange that I have a picture with a larger font on CL and CL...
Please explain to us your system, looks very good

belief Jan 7, 2019 9:49pm | Post# 7804

{quote} ADX is showing some results ... but for longer term profitability it probably needs some refinement with some other filters and improved basket management {image}
Dear Jayzuk, thank you for your sharing, I have been following your creations for some time.

for the ADX PIN you have created, may i suggest to add:

1. Slope of ADX, D+ and D- , rising for positive trend following (time to trade), decline for retracement (time to avoid trading, exit position or reverse trend trading).
2. MTF function

This is to derive ideal LONGS trading conditions must fulfill rising ADX, rising D+, and declining D-. Vice versa.

this is so crucial for +trend following dashboards, but unfortunately there is not such PIN function out there, such an important filtering still missing despite almost 8k post count.

anyone who agree with this concept please vouch for this idea to motivate kind coders like jayzuk and other master coders (who are not commercially motivated) for the love for trading.

belief Jan 7, 2019 10:12pm | Post# 7805

{quote} ADX PIN Perfomance Test continues ASIAN Session is still the worst session ever {image} {image} {image}
this is because the existing ADX PIN only address the direction, and only partially described the trend.

this is the reason of trend dashboard inconsistency, the real missing piece that coders should go after.

One need to know when to trade and when NOT to (more importantly), as mentioned in Post# 7804

Only ADX>20 is not enough to follow trend or avoid trading during retracement.

This is the reason I suggested the ADX PIN improvement as mentioned in Post# 7804, kindly review.

Sky77 Jan 8, 2019 2:21am | Post# 7806

{quote} Please explain to us your system, looks very good
you can easy skip that. martingale? grid? none of this dangerous methods will ever work in forex,and this because all this means gambling while market is dynamic. All those will wipe you out in the end and only will make you to try again and again same thing many are trying since years with no success. Better just play casino at least while youre at the hand of luck you can have some fun as well. there is no fun in grid martingale.
Aeseme for sure will not transform one nice manager tool in one accounts destroyer.

PayItForward Jan 8, 2019 3:56am | Post# 7807

{quote} you can easy skip that. martingale? grid? none of this dangerous methods will ever work in forex,and this because all this means gambling while market is dynamic. All those will wipe you out in the end and only will make you to try again and again same thing many are trying since years with no success. Better just play casino at least while youre at the hand of luck you can have some fun as well. there is no fun in grid martingale. Aeseme for sure will not transform one nice manager tool in one accounts destroyer.
Life is full of options, just because something is offered does not mean that you must use it.
There was a very high grossing movie made about exactly the same concept ... "Sliding Doors" ... thought provoking and woth the viewing ...
Surely in FX it is at the discretion of the trader as to what method they use to try to make money ... and that decision should surely be theirs ... whether it be Davits, EAX or whatever ... it is their money ... there are hundreds if not thousands of people/businesses telling people what we/they should do with their money ...
It is the sole discretion of the trader to open and or close a trade based on the evidence and their interpretation of same, if that decision is right or wrong is a discretionary decision and we live evry day by the decisions we all make.
If Denya has produced results and Aeseme thinks there is merit (right or wrong) then no-one, IMO, has the right to tell someone else they must not use the feature.
If that was the case we would not have the internet, we would not have a better word compared to a century ago, we as humans would not eveolve.
FX, like life, is discretionary and so is the decision (the choice) to use and do whatever we do ... just my thoughts ...
PS. I respect your comments because I believe you are a successful trader and truly care for others and have their best interests at heart ... as I do

Sky77 Jan 8, 2019 4:08am | Post# 7808

{quote} Life is full of options, just because something is offered does not mean that you must use it. There was a very high grossing movie made about exactly the same concept ... "Sliding Doors" ... thought provoking and woth the viewing ... Surely in FX it is at the discretion of the trader as to what method they use to try to make money ... and that decision should surely be theirs ... whether it be Davits, EAX or whatever ... it is their money ... there are hundreds if not thousands...
agree with you overall ,i'm just talking from my experience from what i saw all this years regarding those grid and martingale methods.results and tears are all over not hard to find. on the other hand i said Aeseme will not transform this beauty in one grid /martingale EA just because thats what i understood from my talks with him on the private side,as i do keep contact with him as few here may think already. But hey things may change and we will never know as in the end Aeseme is the one to decide what will do with his tools. from my side ... i am just not a friend of martingale/grid no matter what results i see,over the years if any of those had to work then we would knew before already.
cheer up!

braintheboss Jan 8, 2019 7:15am | Post# 7809

Martingale is mathematically proven always you never win but in forex systems is a clear sympton your system is random. Why you need hedge trades if system entries/exits are good? If you have good entries/exits you dont need use hedge because system will win in overall. This is a topic well documented here ( with EAs included )

sradia Jan 8, 2019 7:07pm | Post# 7810

{quote} Update on Coral {image}
Hello Danapster, Keyen87


is the pin 1 TC_Coral_PIN 2 still working as I am alway getting a green signal for long for all pairs . I tried changing the settings but still getting only long signals.

sradia

PayItForward Jan 8, 2019 8:15pm | Post# 7811

Martingale is mathematically proven always you never win but in forex systems is a clear sympton your system is random. Why you need hedge trades if system entries/exits are good? If you have good entries/exits you dont need use hedge because system will win in overall. This is a topic well documented here ( with EAs included )
Statistically Martingale, in the long term, does generally show a loss ... that said, from what I have researched the loses are due to a number of reason and not limited to the following ... human greed, lack of self control, not knowing when to stop ... some may call it poor money management.
As I mentioned before, life is full of options and as such we all have choices to make, if Denya's idea works as shown in his pics then for those who know how to control their emotions and have successful money management skills then the option will be available if Aeseme believes it may be a worthwhile addition.
For others who do not have the control then they may try and lose, it is not the responsibility of the coder as to whether we win or lose just as it is not the responsibility of the broker and or market ... it is our choice to trade or not to trade and if we decide to trade our choice when to stop.
Progress should not be limited by past mistakes, as humans we learn from the past thereby creating a better future for ourselves and everyone ... hopefully ....
History is full of examples where people said "it will not work", "it cannot be done" ... sure there are failures but without failure there is never success

braintheboss Jan 9, 2019 5:27am | Post# 7812

{quote} Statistically Martingale, in the long term, does generally show a loss ... that said, from what I have researched the loses are due to a number of reason and not limited to the following ... human greed, lack of self control, not knowing when to stop ... some may call it poor money management. As I mentioned before, life is full of options and as such we all have choices to make, if Denya's idea works as shown in his pics then for those who know how to control their emotions and have successful money management skills then the option will...
You have many statistics tests made seriously showing martingale always go to 0. Only math factor. See how many cycles before fail. Its like casino roulette. That 1%/2% advantage for them improve their sucess X times. Theory always say one optimistic thing. Reality always shows the truth, the floor

PayItForward Jan 9, 2019 9:28am | Post# 7813

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{quote} You have many statistics tests made seriously showing martingale always go to 0. Only math factor. See how many cycles before fail. Its like casino roulette. That 1%/2% advantage for them improve their sucess X times. Theory always say one optimistic thing. Reality always shows the truth, the floor
My interpretation may be incorrect but Martingale applies ... when a bet is lost the next bet is doubled ... see Wiki
With Denya's example even though he has used the term Martingale it is not true Martingale because none of the trades were actually realised as a loss ... his trades were in drawdown only.
A perfect example of a trader here on FF that does a similar thing is shown below, look at the chart and trades below ... and many others that follow that thread's method ... place a trade and the market goes against him, see below and Post 17112 for confirmation, places another and another and still the market goes against him (confirmed by Chart and Trades times) ... this continues and at times experiences large drawadown until the trade goes in his favour and eventually realises the profit.
From what I could see in Denya's video it was the same thing except Denya specified that the trade would double again and again while the trades below were left at the same fixed lot size.
Maybe my interpretation is incorrect but I cannot see a realised loss in Denya's videos ... so I will let Denya confirm or not.
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braintheboss Jan 9, 2019 10:54am | Post# 7814

{quote} My interpretation may be incorrect but Martingale applies ... when a bet is lost the next bet is doubled ... see Wiki With Denya's example even though he has used the term Martingale it is not true Martingale because none of the trades were actually realised as a loss ... his trades were in drawdown only. A perfect example of a trader here on FF that does a similar thing is shown below, look at the chart and trades below ... and many others that follow that thread's...
I dont use SL in real trading. Even my current TE is keeping a few trades many months and still not entered in profit. For experience some trades never return. You can check in chart what happens if you open a BUY in GU at 1.80. And why not return? Because some trades just are wrong. If you add more you will make ball bigger. Maybe he had luck in videos but the only strategy works is place right trades. Even with win ratios above +85% you can suffer ugly moments. Its not theory, is my personal experience. Yes, I have more 85% win ratio without use SL and I use special cross hedge. And sometimes i have accept a loss or see how all profits gone

PS: About your chart capture. What happened with Davit when he was wrong for open many at wrong place? Even he accepts sometimes trades are not recoverable and he accept the loss...

braintheboss Jan 9, 2019 11:00am | Post# 7815

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kobra101 Jan 9, 2019 11:38am | Post# 7816

Hi aeseme,

Thank you as well as community for your generosity, help and support. This Dashboard with it's tool make life much easier and contains different optional functionality.

I've never liked stop loss and trying to hedge manually/3rd party which is not easy. Market is too volatile. The market makers, institutions, brokers know where
stop losses are located. They are the winners.

Is there a possibility in the future to add "optional" hedgeing functionality per pair?
Is there a possibility in the future to add "optional" trailing functionality per pair ? I know there is tailing function per basket which is great.

Hedging with initial small lot size is manageble and requires minimum account size. I have done it for longer period of time.

If EAX would have option, for those who would like to use hedging, instead of stop loss acc. to following:

Recovery GAP of pips : Example 50, 100, 200.. pips
initial lots : 0.01

Instead of doubling lots, it is better to go for a patient recovery such as follow unless your account is quite big which is not the case for majority of us :

0.01, 0.02, 0.03, 0.04, 0.06, 0.08, 0.11, 0.14, 0.18, 0.23, 0.29,..



Thank you!

PayItForward Jan 9, 2019 3:53pm | Post# 7817

{quote} I dont use SL in real trading. Even my current TE is keeping a few trades many months and still not entered in profit. For experience some trades never return. You can check in chart what happens if you open a BUY in GU at 1.80. And why not return? Because some trades just are wrong. If you add more you will make ball bigger. Maybe he had luck in videos but the only strategy works is place right trades. Even with win ratios above +85% you can suffer ugly moments. Its not theory, is my personal experience. Yes, I have more 85% win ratio without...
Opening a trade that the market determines is wrong direction happens to all of us and we either change our opinion or not.
I do not see a problem with what Denya proposes, if the option is there you then have a choice to use it or not just as you have a choice to use Aeseme's Sit On Hands Option ... it is simply an option ... use it or not ... and like all decisions do so using best money management practice in relation to the size of your account

kyen87 Jan 9, 2019 4:11pm | Post# 7818

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{quote} Hello Danapster, Keyen87 is the pin 1 TC_Coral_PIN 2 still working as I am alway getting a green signal for long for all pairs . I tried changing the settings but still getting only long signals. sradia
No problem, still working.

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sradia Jan 9, 2019 4:22pm | Post# 7819

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{quote} No problem, still working. {image}
kyen87

Thank you for the reply. I tried on the latest update and it is not working. Can you provide the link
to the dashboard you are using.

Sarju

2019.01.09 21:44:34.931 cannot open file 'C:\Users\Sarju\AppData\Roaming\MetaQuotes\Terminal\F481276849BA98B274F6FBDCE57A62B8\MQL4\indicators\coral.ex4' [2]

SOLVED missing coral.exe . Thanks again Kyen87
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PayItForward Jan 9, 2019 7:32pm | Post# 7820

@ aeseme
Any update on https://www.forexfactory.com/showthr...8#post11670998
This was a bug once before and was fixed and has since reverted.
Thanks


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