- enivid replied Jul 15, 2020
If anyone is interested, here is the updated Round Levels indicator with those redundant lines of code removed and the zones extending as far right as possible even on a fully zoomed out chart.
- enivid replied Mar 29, 2020
You are correct! Those lines don't do anything useful.
- enivid replied Mar 18, 2020
And here is my contribution to the round levels indicator. It is mainly for zones, but can be configure for pure levels. This is how I usually apply it:
- enivid replied Dec 9, 2018
I am updating my Market Profile indicator with various settings regartding how Saturday/Sunday sessions are treated and need a broker with a long Saturday session, but not a 24-hour one (like I can get with cryptocurrencies).
- enivid replied Dec 5, 2018
The closest to Sydney timezone I have been able to find is GMT+9 (Tokyo/Korea) at NatureForex. That's after checking 200+ brokers. Was anyone able to find an MT4 server with Sydney's GMT+11? I need it for testing purposes.
- enivid replied Oct 27, 2016
There is such thing as a no-spread accounts or instruments offered by some brokers. Obviously, they are accompanied by significantly increased commission to compensate the broker for the risks of widened market spreads. I am using a no-spread ...
- enivid replied Sep 22, 2016
Any idea why this line returns zero? hSession = InternetOpenA(internetAgent, INTERNET_OPEN_TYPE_DIRECT, "0", "0", 0);
- enivid replied Jul 21, 2016
Thanks to Johnny for reporting and to FerruFx for offering a hotfix! However, it would just remove the zero-divide problem, while the actual bug was much deeper. Here is the fixed code: ...
- enivid replied Oct 19, 2015
In the thread's first post you say take-profit should be set to 120 pips, but the last rule in "How to trade" says "If trade succeeds, let it run for 150 pips". I am confused. Should I enter again after 120 pips TP is hit and set TP to 150 pips?
- enivid replied Oct 9, 2014
I have just closed all my longs. My broker had suddenly switched to negative swap on long EUR/CHF, so I no longer see any point in holding. It have been interesting 3 years. Good luck with your longs!
- enivid replied Sep 18, 2014
SNB's wording has changed and became more hawkish compared to June statement. Was: Now: Should be bullish for EUR/CHF.
- enivid replied Aug 25, 2014
As far as I know, some of them use url and others use Bloomberg for their forecasts.
- enivid replied Aug 23, 2014
Why? A random strategy has a negative expectation in Forex due to broker's spread/commission.
- enivid replied Aug 17, 2014
That would squeeze the long-side speculators out, adding even more pressure on EUR/CHF. That's not what SNB wants.
- enivid replied Aug 4, 2014
The meeting and the rate announcement will be on Tuesday. I don't know what is planned for Thursday.
- enivid replied Aug 3, 2014
Meeting is the most important event, but market participants do not know anything about the Meeting until the Statement is released, usually immediately after the Meeting. Minutes offer a more detailed information about the meeting and opinions of ...
- enivid replied Jul 30, 2014
The second picture looks wide enough for me (it is wider than my screen at least). You can always zoom in and out of the charts in MT4 if you want to make bars or candlesticks wider or narrower.
- enivid replied Jul 14, 2014
The Foreign Exchange Matrix: A new framework for understanding currency movements by Barbara Rockefeller and Vicki Schmelzer
- enivid replied Jul 9, 2014
In my opinion they will only remove it when their macroeconomic indicators return back to normal (2% inflation with some reasonable GDP growth with low unemployment). Will it happen in two years? Likely, but not definitely.