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  1. The Kase Peak Oscillator is made of statistical observation of prices over the last KPeriod. It automatically adapts its cycle to any timeframe or instrument by using a percentile rank of what happens now in comparison of the whole distribution of past values. It consists of a histogram and a line indicating overbought oversold levels. Buy Signal: Histogram cross above the zero level Sell Signal: Histogram cross below the zero levels When histogram reaches the line, chances are a reversal or consolidation may follow. However, in strong trends, the histogram may overshoot the line for may bars before slowing down. This can be used to book profits and open trades if reversal is confirmed by other indicators or price action. Like all indicators, Kase Peak Oscillator also generate whipsaws in consolidating markets. Divergence between the histogram and price bars present good trading opportunities. When price makes new lows and the oscillator fails to make new lows, it is a divergence between the price and the oscillator. When divergence happens, there is high probability that trend reverse upward. For trend reversal down, price makes new high and oscillator fail to reach a new high. KasePeakOscillator.zip
  2. “Day Channel” indicator marks short term support resistance levels for intraday trading. It consists of the day’s High, Low, midpoint, and levels at 38.2% from the day high and low. Day channel is intended to use on lower time frame charts like 5 minutes, 15 minutes, etc. These levels become valid after a few hours of market open each day, best to use towards the closing session. Trading activity below the midline shows bearish sentiment for the day and above midline implies bullish sentiment. In the image, price breaks below the lower support line and trades lower. Later it consolidates between the two lower lines. The day high and low are good support resistance levels. Day channel is not a stand-alone indicator, it should be used together with price action or other indicators to confirm breakout or reversal at these levels. Candle patterns forming at these levels can be used to open trades. When a reversal candle pattern like engulfing bars, hammer, etc. form at these levels, trades can be opened. Day Channel.zip
  3. Perfect Trend Lines, PTL, is a short-term trend trading indicator. The lines showing the trend in this indicator is not straight lines like normal trend lines. PTL indicator calculation is simple. First take the 7 bar high and low, then the 3 bar high and low. If the close price is above the 7 bar high and 3 bar high, then an uptrend is identified. When the close price is below the 7 bar low and 3 bar low then a downtrend is identified. These bars are considered as strong trend bars. The magenta line is the 7 bar high or low depending on the trend. The cyan line is the 3 bar high or low depending on trend direction. When price is trading between these 2 lines trend strength is weak. A magenta diamond shape appears when sell signal is generated. Cyan diamond shape appears for a buy signal. The magenta line can be used as stop loss. The cyan line provides a tighter stop loss level. Strong downtrend bars are marked by a magenta dot at the bar high and strong uptrend bars are marked by a cyan dot at the bottom of the bar. PTL.zip
  4. Qualitative Quantitative Estimation (QQE) is based on a combination of smoothed Moving Average of RSI along with the average true range ATR. Volatile assets such as forex, futures, stocks etc. can be monitored using the Qualitative Quantitative Estimation (QQE) indicator. The indicator displays two lines; a fast and a slow-moving trailing stop line. The level 50 is important in QQE indicator. When the fast line (green line) is above 50, trend is considered bullish, if it is below 50, downtrend is assumed. The original QQE indicator trading strategy is to buy when the green line is above 50 and it cross above dotted red line. For a sell trade the green line is below 50 and green line cross below dotted red line. Some traders open Buy position when the green line is below 50 and it cross above red line. Another method is divergence between price and QQE indicator. When price makes new lows and QQE indicator’s green line fails to make new lows, buy position can be opened. When price makes New highs and QQE green line fails to make new highs, sell position can be opened. QQE.zip
  5. Daily Volatility Breakout Client Side VTL Indicator is based on the idea that when price moves strongly in one direction from the day open, that move is likely to continue further. It is based on previous day’s volatility, the high low range of previous day. It marks a buy line at 70 percent above the day open price, and a stop loss level 50 percent above the day open. When price cross above the buy line and holds above it, opening long position is advised. The sell line is 70% below the day open and sell stop is 50% below day open. Short position is suggested when price cross below the sell line. The idea behind the indicator is that when price moves strongly in one direction from day open, the trend can continue in that direction. This is a trend following indicator and positions can be kept for a few days if the trend is strong enough after breakout from the Buy sell levels. Like any other trend following indicators, it does make false signals in consolidating markets. So use Daily Volatility Breakout indicator together with other indicators to confirm the signals. Daily Volatility Breakout.zip
  6. Brain Trend Signal Alerts is Client Side VTL indicator that plots buy and sell signals. This follows the short-term trend and is a great intraday trading tool. The indicator identifies the trend changes using candle high lows and Average True Range. The red arrow appears when a down trend is identified and green arrow appear when trend changes upward. For best results, Brain trend alerts can be used together with a long term moving average like the 200 period simple moving average. Buy signals are valid when the signal is generated above the moving average and sell signals are valid when they form below the moving average. The indicator writes the current signal and last trade details on the information panel on chart. When a new signal appear, it raise an alert. BrainTrendSignalAlerts.zip
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    Ichimoku Alert

    Ichimoku Alert is based on the Ichimoku Cloud charts. This is a simplified VTL Alert based on price crossing the Kijun Sen of ichimoku chart. The Ichimoku Cloud is a type of chart used in technical analysis to display support and resistance, momentum, and trend in one view. The Ichimoku alert takes the Kijun Sen and raises an alert when price crossover happens. This should be used together with an ichimoku chart or other indicators. A signal in ichimoku alert means there is a high probability that a new price wave with momentum can form. For traders using ichimoku charts, these alerts inform them that a trend change is occurring in ichimoku chart and they can switch to ichimoku chart and analyse the situation. In trading ranges, this indicator generates whipsaw signals, so always use it together with other indicators or ichimoku chart. Ichimoku Cloud indicator is available in vStore. Ichimoku_Alert.zip
  8. Brain Trend 2 Is a short term signals indicator. It is used for intraday trading. Brain Trend 2 identifies the short term trend using Williams percent R indicator and average true range. When a short term trend is confirmed by the indicator, it plots semaphores on the bar to show the trend. Bars with red boxes indicate downtrend and bars with blue boxes indicate uptrend. When a trend is identified, open positions in the direction of the trend. When red boxes appear open short position. When blue boxes appear open long position. It is more effective when coupled with other indicators. A moving average can be used as a trend filter. Set the moving average period to medium term or long term like 50 or 100. BrainTrend2.zip
  9. Extend Trend Lines is a VTL Client-side indicator for elongating the trend lines on the chart to the last bar. Traders usually draw trend lines on the chart and use them as support resistance levels. When a trend line breakout happens, it is the beginning of a new trend. One issue with trend lines drawn manually on the chart is that they do not get elongated when new bars form on the chart. It should be manually adjusted with new bars. Extend Trend Lines VTL Indicator takes care of this situation. It automatically adjusts all trend lines on the chart to the last bar. It monitors the trend lines on each new bar and adjust them. This is useful when the trader opens the terminal on a new day and the old trend lines are short and need adjustments. ExtendTrendLines.zip
  10. Previous day high low is a Client Side VTL indicator that draws the last day’s high, low and today’s open on the chart. When day trading, the previous day’s high and low are important reference points or support resistance levels. In a bullish market price breaks above the previous day’s high early in the day and continue to trade above that level. In bear markets, price break below the previous day’s low early in the day and continue to trade below that level. Trading ranges form when price fails to break the previous day’s high or low successfully. This info alone can improve your trading results as this give you a clear vision of what is likely to happen today. Breakout trading strategies work best when price is above or below yesterday’s range. Trend following strategies also work best in this situation. When price is inside yesterday range, counter trend strategies work better. Oscillators like RSI and Stochastics work best in this situation. Prev_Day_High_Low.zip
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    STARC Bands

    volatility. STARC bands is used in two modes. First one is as a trend following indicator. For this enter 1.33 for parameter KATR. Now when price breaks out of the bands, there is a high probability that price move will continue in that direction. Open positions in the breakout direction. To use STARC bands as an oversold overbought indicator, make parameter KATR 3. Now when the price reaches the bands, chances are that it is a short-term price extreme. Countertrend trades can be opened here. Parameters: 1. MA_Period – Moving Average Period 2. ATR_Period – Average True Range Period 3. KATR – ATR multiplier 4. Shift – Number of bars to shift forward STARC Bands.zip
  12. Auto Trend Lines is a VTL Client-Side indicator to plot trend lines. It detects the peaks and troughs in the chart and then plot trend lines joining recent peaks for down trend line and the recent troughs for uptrend line. Trendlines are usually considered as strong support resistance levels. Traders can open buy positions when the down trend line is broken, and price remains above the trend line. Sell position can be opened when the uptrend line is broken, and price remains below the trend line. The Auto Trend Lines VTL can be used to identify geometrical chart patterns like Triangles and Flags. Symmetrical Triangles, Ascending triangles and descending triangles can be easily identified. Up and down flags can be identified with help of this indicator. It can be used to identify many other chart patterns like trend channels, pennants etc. AutoTrendLines.zip
  13. Close all On Timer is a VertexFX EA that closes all open positions and limit orders at a stipulated time. In Forex markets news releases have a high impact on price volatility. Big price moves happen when some unexpected new release comes. Economic calendars like the one at Fxstreet.com gives in advance the time of important news release. Many traders close their open positions before such important news release events. This helps in avoiding getting trapped in price moves following the event. The close all on Timer EA is developed to smoothly handle such situations. CloseAllOnTimer.zip
  14. SuperTrend is a simplified implementation of the famous super trend indicator. Supertrend is a very simple indicator. The Buy and Sell signal changes as soon as the indicator flips over the closing price. Supertrend is a trending indicator, and like all trending indicators it works well in trending markets. However, it does give lesser false signals than a lot of other indicators. The SuperTrend indicator is calculated utilizing the ATR to offset the indicator from the price. One of the advantages of the SuperTrend is it just moves in the direction of the trend. When the red line flips and turns red a buy signal is generated. When the green line flips and turns red, a sell signal is generated. The signals itself can be used to open positions. With other strategies, super trend can be used as a trend filter. The supertrend line can also act as a trailing stop loss. http://i66.tinypic.com/2cs767t.png[/IMG] SuperTrend.zip
  15. Levy’s Relative Strength Indicator (RSL) is used to identify the instruments showing strength and weakness. The concept of Relative Strength to Levy is based on the assumption that securities which exhibited a large relative strength in the past will also develop relatively strongly in the future, and conversely. RSL is used to create balanced long-short portfolios in trading portfolios. For Currency traders, RSL can be used to pick the currency pairs showing the highest strength and weakness. Traders create a portfolio of positions by buying stronger instruments and selling the weaker instruments. The first step in creating a long-short portfolio is ranking all instruments based on their strength and weakness. Note down the RSL value of each currency pair at the start of the week or month. The pair that has the highest RSL value is the strongest one. The pair that has the lowest RSL value is the weakest one. Now open Buy positions on the top two stronger pairs and open sell positions on top two weaker pairs. Keep the positions open for the next week or month start. At the start of next week or month, again rank the instruments based on their RSL values and adjust the positions. This portfolio is hedged, market neutral and offer steady return over long periods of time. RelativeStrengthLevy.zip
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