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Unique Multi Time Frame Auto Trendline MT4 Indicator

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

Description : Auto trendline indicator is the indicator which gives you the Pivot and Support resistance levels by analyzing 2 higher highs and 2 Lower Lows. Once the current high is lower then the previous swing high then it will draw one trendline on 2 tops. same thing it will do one the 2 Swing Lows and draw a line accordingly.

 

Strategy : Once you find any 2 Lines on higher highs and Lower Lows, You need to check whenever price break the crossover point and sustain above the crossover point we can buy with the SL of Candle closing below the Pivot. Here Pivot is the crossover point. Sometimes it will make a parellel line on highs and lows. we need to trade with the same condition.

 

Time Frame : Any Time Frame according to the Long or short term results

Indicator Used :  Auto Trendline - MSG

 

 

 

 

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Technical Report on Crude Oil's Next Move

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

Dear Traders,

Hope you all are fine and doing trading in profitable Manner. Today we are going to analyze Crude oil ( MCX ) with out Trendline Breakout Method. You can see the Lines on the above Chart.

 Symbol : MCX CRUDE OIL

 

Time Frame : H4

 

Time Horizon : 10-15 DAYS (MAXIMUM)

 

Analysis Type :  TRENDLINE BREAKOUT

 

Crude Oil Strategy :

In chart we can see that crude oil is moving upside from 11 November 2016 to 2nd January it was in Bullish trend and then it has given one down trend breakout. The low which crude made that day was same as it was made on 21st of December and it was unable to break at the moment. Again crude oil shown some upside move but now a days crude oil got stuck in between upside or dowside trendlines. This is the time when crude needs to show his strength and give a upside breakout. If crude fails in the battle with trendlines then it will come sharply downward.

 

Conclusion :

Now crudeoil has to break and sustain above 3700 levels or if it goes down and break 3550 levels then soon we can see 3400-3250 Levels.

BUY :  (Small Risky) Buy Above 3700 Levels and keep SL for sustaining below 3670 Levels. Target Will be 3740-3780 Levels.

BUY : Buy Above 3725 SL 3680 TGT 3790-3860.

SELL :  (Small Risky)  Sell below 3670 levels and keep SL 3700+ . Target will be 3640-3580.

SELL : Sell below 3550 SL 3600 TGT 3400-3250.

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OHLC and Breakouts With Trend Indicator for MT4

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

Hello Traders,

Once again we came here with a Unique Indicator for Technical Analysis. We always try to make your trading easy and profitable. This time we are giving indicator which will provide you the information about the breakouts of Highs and Lows of Multi time frame along with Many other informations Such as :

 

  • Trend
  • Breakouts
  • Mutiple Time Frame Information
  • Server and Local Time
  •  Time to close the bar of Chart

Trend :

In the chart, Left top corner you will get information about how many candles are going down open or close or how many candles are closing lower than previous candle.

 

Breakouts and Multiple time frame information:

 

Indicator gives information about M1, M5, M15, M30 and other timeframes breakouts and gives warning about the breakouts to identify the chart and trend easily. If we are in wrong trend then we can easily exit from the trade.

 

Server and Local time along with Time to close bar of Chart :

On the top left corner you can find Server time , Local time and Time to close the bar.

If you want to download the indicator then you can download from the button given below. If you like our video, you can comment below by registering to our website.

Thanks,

Parveen Rana

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Multi chart and time frame button on Single screen

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

Multi Chart and Time Frame Button on Single Screen Indicator

Dear Traders,

Today we are posting a new revolutionary indicator for MT4 (Metatrader 4) named MultiChartIndicator. In this Indicator we can see mutliple Stocks or commodity charts in single chart window and also we can change the time frames of the chart.

Inputs :

Symbol Input :  In this tab you can choose your desire symbolname Followed by (;)  sign.

Following are the inputs which you can change :

 

You can change the parameters accordingly to watch the desired symbols of any market and any time frame.

 

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Best Buy and Sell Signal Indicator Free

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

Some hours ago I was playing around and serendipitous (more or less) made that Indicator. The base frame is taken from ADXcrosses indicator (e.g. init, deinit, barcount).

The attached "#Momentum onChartSignals Indicator" indicator looks to some data (momentum, adx, rsi, cci), does some mathematic operations and uses adx + rsi as trigger (have a look to the source, it is simple to understand).

When I was eyeballing some charts on different timeframes I was surprised because the signals seem to be useful for trading (see attachments for some screenshots).

The indicator will paint arrows on the chart:
blue arrow: buy signal / close sell signal
red arrow: sell signal / close buy signal

Alarm function is implemented also.

I am looking forward to your feedback. 

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Top 10 Successful Trading Rules by Mcx Sure Gain

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain



Most people who are interested in learning how to become profitable traders need only spend a few minutes online before reading such phrases as "plan your trade; trade your plan" and "keep your losses to a minimum." For new traders, these tidbits of information can seem more like a distraction than any actionable advice. New traders often just want to know how to set up their charts so they can hurry up and make money.

To be successful in trading, however, one needs to understand the importance of and adhere to a set of rules that have guided all types of traders, with a variety of trading account sizes. Each rule alone is important, but when they work together the effects are strong. Trading with these rules can greatly increase the odds of succeeding in the markets.

Rule No.1: Always Use a Trading Plan
A trading plan is a written set of rules that specifies a trader's entry, exit and money management criteria. Using a trading plan allows traders to do this, although it is a time consuming endeavor.

With today's technology, it is easy to test a trading idea before risking real money. Backtesting, applying trading ideas to historical data, allows traders to determine if a trading plan is viable, and also shows the expectancy of the plan's logic. Once a plan has been developed and backtesting shows good results, the plan can be used in real trading. The key here is to stick to the plan. Taking trades outside of the trading plan, even if they turn out to be winners, is considered poor trading and destroys any expectancy the plan may have had. (Learn more about backtesting in Backtesting: Interpreting the Past.)

Rule No.2: Treat Trading Like a Business
In order to be successful, one must approach trading as a full- or part-time business - not as a hobby or a job. As a hobby, where no real commitment to learning is made, trading can be very expensive. As a job it can be frustrating since there is no regular paycheck. Trading is a business, and incurs expenses, losses, taxes, uncertainty, stress and risk. As a trader, you are essentially a small business owner, and must do your research and strategize to maximize your business's potential.

Rule No.3: Use Technology to Your Advantage
Trading is a competitive business, and one can assume the person sitting on the other side of a trade is taking full advantage of technology. Charting platforms allow traders an infinite variety of methods for viewing and analyzing the markets. Backtesting an idea on historical data prior to risking any cash can save a trading account, not to mention stress and frustration. Getting market updates with smartphones allows us to monitor trades virtually anywhere. Even technology that today we take for granted, like high-speed internet connections, can greatly increase trading performance.

Using technology to your advantage, and keeping current with available technological advances, can be fun and rewarding in trading.

Rule No.4: Protect Your Trading Capital
Saving money to fund a trading account can take a long time and much effort. It can be even more difficult (or impossible) the next time around. It is important to note that protecting your trading capital is not synonymous with not having any losing trades. All traders have losing trades; that is part of business. Protecting capital entails not taking any unnecessary risks and doing everything you can to preserve your trading business. (See Risk Management Techniques For Active Traders for more.)

Rule No.5: Become a Student of the Markets
Think of it as continuing education - traders need to remain focused on learning more each day. Since many concepts carry prerequisite knowledge, it is important to remember that understanding the markets, and all of their intricacies, is an ongoing, lifelong process.

Hard research allows traders to learn the facts, like what the different economic reports mean. Focus and observation allow traders to gain instinct and learn the nuances; this is what helps traders understand how those economic reports affect the market they are trading. (Read about 24 different economic reports in our Economic Indicators Tutorial.)

World politics, events, economies - even the weather - all have an impact on the markets. The market environment is dynamic. The more traders understand the past and current markets, the better prepared they will be to face the future.

Rule No.6: Risk Only What You Can Afford to Lose
In rule No.4, I mentioned that funding a trading account can be a long process. Before a trader begins using real cash, it is imperative that all of the money in the account be truly expendable. If it is not, the trader should keep saving until it is.

It should go without saying that the money in a trading account should not be allocated for the kid's college tuition or paying the mortgage. Traders must never allow themselves to think they are simply "borrowing" money from these other important obligations. One must be prepared to lose all the money allocated to a trading account.

Losing money is traumatic enough; it is even more so if it is capital that should have never been risked to begin with.

Rule No.7: Develop a Trading Methodology Based on Facts
Taking the time to develop a sound trading methodology is worth the effort. It may be tempting to believe in the "so easy it's like printing money" trading scams that are prevalent on the internet. But facts, not emotions or hope, should be the inspiration behind developing a trading plan.

Traders who are not in a hurry to learn typically have an easier time sifting through all of the information available on the internet. Consider this: if you were to start a new career, more than likely you would need to study at a college or university for at least a year or two before you were qualified to even apply for a position in the new field. Expect that learning how to trade demands at least the same amount of time and factually driven research and study. (Refer to Day Trading Strategies For Beginners for a primer on picking the right strategy.)

Rule No.8: Always Use a Stop Loss
A stop loss is a predetermined amount of risk that a trader is willing to accept with each trade. The stop loss can be either a dollar amount or percentage, but either way it limits the trader's exposure during a trade. Using a stop loss can take some of the emotion out of trading, since we know that we will only lose X amount on any given trade.

Ignoring a stop loss, even if it leads to a winning trade, is bad practice. Exiting with a stop loss, and thereby having a losing trade, is still good trading if it falls within the trading plan's rules. While the preference is to exit all trades with a profit, it is not realistic. Using a protective stop loss helps ensure that our losses and our risk are limited.

Rule No.9: Know When to Stop Trading
There are two reasons to stop trading: an ineffective trading plan, and an ineffective trader.

An ineffective trading plan shows much greater losses than anticipated in historical testing. Markets may have changed, volatility within a certain trading instrument may have lessened, or the trading plan simply is not performing as well as expected. One will benefit by remaining unemotional and businesslike. It might be time to reevaluate the trading plan and make a few changes, or to start over with a new trading plan. An unsuccessful trading plan is a problem that needs to be solved. It is not necessarily the end of the trading business.

An ineffective trader is one who is unable to follow his or her trading plan. External stressors, poor habits and lack of physical activity can all contribute to this problem. A trader who is not in peak condition for trading should consider a break to deal with any personal problems, be it health or stress or anything else that prohibits the trader from being effective. After any difficulties and challenges have been dealt with, the trader can resume.

Rule No.10: Keep Trading in Perspective
It is important to stay focused on the big picture when trading. A losing trade should not surprise us - it is a part of trading. Likewise, a winning trade is just one step along the path to profitable trading. It is the cumulative profits that make a difference. Once a trader accepts wins and losses as part of the business, emotions will have less of an effect on trading performance. That is not to say that we cannot be excited about a particularly fruitful trade, but we must keep in mind that a losing trade is not far off.

 This Content is takien from Souce - Investopedia

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What is Auto Trading and how to use it ?

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

Auto Robot Trading :

Auto Robot Trading is a process in which we automate our trading in any market. We simply run any perfect strategy to any charting software and trade according to the generated signals of particular strategy in the software. Basically we can trade in any market but, the technique of doing autotrading can be different. Such as :

  • Auto Trading in Forex Market
  • Auto Trading in Indian Market

Auto trading in Forex Market :

In Forex Markets , Most of the traders use MT4 Platform. Full Name of the software is Metatrader 4 platform. It is very easy and userfriendly software so that, any body can operate the software very easily. In MT4 we have inbuilt auto trading facility available so, we make Expert Advisor which trades automatically inside the metatrader. Auto trading gives regular profit in trading because robot doesn't have emotions like human.It books profit and keep proper Stoploss.

Auto Trading in Indian Markets :

In Indian Markets, there is no inbuilt feature available to trade automatically through any Trading platform. So, its only possible through bridging one software to another software. We bridge charting platform to trading plaform trade pushing by bride. Bridge is also a software which takes the trade signal from charting software and push it into Trading plaform to trade automatically.

 

Mcx Sure Gain provides the bridge to trade automatically. You can go to website service page and then you can fill form to have a demo of the bridge and Autotrading.

 

 

 

 

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Golden Trend Trading System

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

 Golden Trend trading is profitable strategy only for men not faint of heart, because the fluctuations are strong. This strategy is trend following with large stop loss ant it's based on moving averages channel and MACD. This strategy bases its money management on the martingale, but do not worry because in the end you will be always on the side of the market.


Time frame : 15 min or 30 min for intraday trading.
                      60 min or higher for swing trading.

Metatrader indicators

Moving Average LWMA 50 period, price close with 3 shift and level 60 and -60.

Volty channel optional only as level for stop loss.

MACD with EMA (fast 13, sloow 25, signal 5, ma of signal 200.).

 

 

Trading rules  Golden Trend

Buy

When the price close above the moving average channel,

check the MACD, place an buy order, if the histogram is above the his gold line.

 

Sell

When the price close below the moving average channel,

check the MACD, place a sell order, if the histogram is below the his gold line.

 

Exit position and Martingala

You have to define for each currency and time frame level stop and take profit.

You may utilize a ratio ranging from 1: 1 to 2: 1 (profit/stop) in relation to market conditions.

This strategy is very speculative and it's demonstration purposes only and is a trading idea aimed at experienced traders

 

You can also make trading with this system without using the martingale.

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Gann and NPFX Trading system for Forex

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

 Gann with NPFX trend-momentum system

Gann Hilo Actiavtor and NPFX osicallator is being used in that strategy. This strategy is for medium and long term traders.

Time frame : H1 or higher.

Financial market : Any.

This is the most important part of using my trading system. All the criteria have to be exactly matched for successful order placements.

Metatrader Indicators:

Gann hilo,

NPFX hilo,

RSI alert.

We are going to look at two charts for trend determination- Weekly and Daily (W1

and D1). Only a handful of pairs will be trending enough to give you high probability

entries, so it's worth going through all the pairs in market watch starting by checking

the Weekly charts. For more info read section "Let's Get Efficient!".

Long/Buy signal :

1. Open a weekly chart and make sure that the last 3, 4, 5 candles are all moving

in the same direction, each one making new highs. (The more candles moving

in se same direction the better, but you can start from 3).

2. When you find a Weekly Chart (W1) that is trending go down to the Daily

Chart (D1) and make sure it "looks" right - most of the time it will be trending

just like W1.

On the Daily Chart you want to make sure that the last 15 - 25 trading days are

moving in one direction. Drawing trend lines can be very useful. If you need

more information about drawing trend-lines find a book called Stikky Stock

 

Charts - it is the best of the best on the subject!
Gann with NPFX
Gann with NPFX

3. If the daily chart is trending then you can go to 4hr Chart (H4) - this is where

you will hunt for a trade. The price has to be moving in the same direction as

in the Weekly and Daily Charts.

Now you have to wait for both of the bottom indicator green lines to move

above the middle black line and there has to be an arrow pointing upwards

on the candle. Wait until the candle with an arrow pointing upwards closes

and then enter the trade with a buy position. Please note that the time

 

indicator counts down the time left for the candle to close.
Gann with NPFX
Gann with NPFX

Short/Sell signal

1. Open a weekly chart and make sure that the last 3, 4, 5 candles are all moving

in the same direction, each one making new lows.

2. When you find a Weekly Chart (W1) that is trending go down to the Daily

Chart (D1) and make sure it "looks" right - most of the time it will be trending

just like W1.

On the Daily Chart you want to make sure that the last 15 - 25 trading days are

moving in one direction.

3. If the daily chart is trending then you can go to 4hr Chart (H4) - this is where

you will hunt for a trade. The price has to be moving in the same direction as

in the Weekly and Daily Charts.

Now you have to wait for both of the bottom indicator green lines to move

below the middle black line and there has to be an arrow pointing

downwards on the candle. Wait until the candle with an arrow pointing

downwards closes and then enter the trade with a sell position. Please note

 

that the time indicator counts down the time left for the candle to close.
Gann with NPFX
Gann with NPFX

Exit

When you open the trade simply put 50 pips Stop Loss and 60 pips Take Profit and

leave the trade until one of these levels are reached. This strategy is basic but good

as the trades are expected to move at least 60 pips and this method gives the trader

 

Reward ratio : Higher than 1:1 

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Auto Trendline Trading System

Writer-Mcx Sure Gain

Auto Trendline Trading System is a trend following system based on the buyers and sellers with ichimoku dashboard calculation. This strategy is for trading intraday and for swing trading. whenever trend changes it will change the trendline with Equilent Channel . You can use the system to get and idea about the trend of the market or symbol in which you want to trade.

Time Frame

  • 15 min
  • 30 min
  • 60 min
  • 240 min, daily.



Currency pairs: Any Currency

Metatrader Indicators:

Track Signals ( paint bar),

SHI Channel True,

Ichi 360 V.8.

BDP BvS V.3,

BvS V.3 Histogram,

SDO Dot Sight, (Bands period 20, deviation 2, Power period 13).


Trading Rules for Auto Trendline Trading System

Trade only in the direction of the trend following the inclination of the SHI channel true.


Buy :

SHI Channel true up trend,

Ichi 360 confirm the direction.

SDO Dot Sight line green crosses upward line red.

BDP BvS V.3, and BvS V.3 Histogram green color.


Sell :

SHI Channel true down trend,

Ichi 360 confirm the direction.

SDO Dot Sight line red crosses upwar ward line green.

BDP BvS V.3, and BvS V.3 Histogram red color.


Exit position :

Place initial stop loss 10 pips above/below the channel.

Profit Target ratio 1.5 stop loss.

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