- chamane replied Mar 20, 2021
Here's a non repainting version and also a video of one way of using it. url
- chamane replied Mar 3, 2021
That's true. You can use this one instead.
- chamane replied Mar 3, 2021
I think all traders have their own indicator settings. You will find attached the template I use. Just paste the MACD oscillator in your MQL4 indicator folder.
- chamane replied Oct 5, 2020
Here is one you can use.
- chamane replied Mar 29, 2020
Here is a template giving an interesting rendering.
- chamane replied Jan 29, 2020
TheJube, Those are tools that help indicating the trend on higher timeframes. I use BBands with settings: (Length=100, Deviation=1) and 4 time frame MACD nmc with the same settings of the MACD on the chart. Also the option ''Trendonzerocross = ...
- chamane replied Nov 28, 2019
It's a personal preference. I find that the setting of 8 gives moves that are in sync with those of the MACD histogram with a setting of 8,17,9. When both show a divergence pattern at the same time, it is a strong signal. I agree that the Stochastic ...
- chamane replied Nov 9, 2019
Here is a summary of the way I trade Hidden divergence. I consider it to be my contribution so far to this post. Improvements are possible at all times. Thanks to the author Dany.
- chamane replied Jun 27, 2019
Mojotrades, I usually trade hidden divergences patterns in 4HR charts and up, so I scan all pairs and timeframes every 4 hours. But I do it manually, it doesn't take that long. If I spot a HD on a 4 HR chart, I have then to check every 1 HR for the ...
- chamane replied Jun 14, 2019
Hi Mojotrades, What I call the "trading zone" is when MACD crosses the zero line in the middle timeframe of a cost averaging approach. The zone ends when the indicator crosses back the zero line. The arrow is generated when MACD crosses the zero ...
- chamane replied Jan 18, 2019
Here are two divergence indicators, one using MACD histogram and the other the MACD line. I don't know if they repaint, I don't use them. I would not follow blindly their signals because sometimes it gives something different compared to the signals ...
- chamane replied Jan 11, 2019
I modified the indicator for my liking. Here it is. To answer your questions: 1- Once I am in a trade, I follow my rules. Bringing my stop loss to breakeven when in profit at half my risk and closing the trade when MACD crosses back the zero line ...
- chamane replied Dec 29, 2018
Here. That should do it.
- chamane replied Dec 20, 2018
Hi, For me, the MACD has not crossed the zero line yet on Daily AUDCAD. I would wait till a candle goes down the double bottom as shown in the pic.
- chamane replied Nov 8, 2018
I use mostly Soch (8,3,5), but sometimes (13,3,3). It is better when they are in synch with OSMA.
- chamane replied Apr 12, 2017
Here is an interesting technique: url If you want to demo it on MT4, here are the template and indicators to be put in their respective folder: For entry, I suggest to switch to the next shorter timeframe and wait for MACD to cross the zero line.
- chamane replied Nov 24, 2016
There you go.
- chamane replied Aug 12, 2016
You can do it that way. As I mentioned earlier, when I see a hidden divergence pattern, I look at the 2 higher timeframes to see if it goes in the direction of the trend. Here is an example: I entered at 9:00 EDT when price closed above kijun, ...
- chamane replied May 24, 2016
Here it is.