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Scalper Buys/Sell Replica

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hi..

To run this file in forex what I have to do ? (prg: metatraderfx4)

thanks

 

 

 

This indicator is written in EasyLanguage for TradeStation and MultiCharts.

You can tell by the ELD file extension.

 

For MetatraderFX4, you need a version that is written in MT4.

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This indicator is written in EasyLanguage for TradeStation and MultiCharts.

You can tell by the ELD file extension.

 

For MetatraderFX4, you need a version that is written in MT4.

 

thaks..

 

So Which program do I need to set up to run ?

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My _SM_CANDLE2 indicator for radarscreen or _TRO_PMSM_HL will tell you if there are higher/lower highs/lows.

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IT IS NOT WHAT YOU TRADE, IT IS HOW YOU TRADE IT!

 

 

You are on the internet - If you (google) search for it, you'll probably find it.

 

TheRumpledOne

 

Please anyone: I have Google the net; cannot find anything that resembles: Scalper Buys/Sell Replica or _TRO_PMSM_HL , to run on Metatrader, I will appreciate any help, May be, just maybe one day I will be able to help you.

Also I would like to know where I can find free literature regarding: Trading with no indicators.

Thanking you in advance.

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Please anyone: I have Google the net; cannot find anything that resembles: Scalper Buys/Sell Replica ....MT4 ....

Howzit and welcome to the forum.

 

Most of the TRO's posts and indicators are too confusing and distracting. I suggest you stay with something simple.

 

The TTM Scalper looks for the SwingHigh (Swing High occurs when the Price of a bar is at least as high as the same Price on the preceding bar(s), and higher than the same Price on the bar(s) that follow it.) and goes back on the chart and paint in the signal of the Swing High point (eg., it repaints by going back in time). It does this with the same logic for the SwingLow.

 

AFAIK, there is no exact replica of the TTM Scalper for MT4 for free. The equivalent indicator in the MT4 platform could be the 3_level_zz_semafor-indicator.

 

zz stand for zigzag, which is an indicator that finds swing points that are distant by at least the percent or number of bars specified by the input.

 

Again, anything based on zigzag or swing logic will need to repaint or redrawn after the swings are established. The better indicators will tell you when the repaint actually occurred. The more deceptive indicator will just show you the final results and at a first glance appeared it nailed the top and the bottom when in fact it is an act of time traveling.

3_Level_ZZ_Semafor (indicator for MT4) - Forex Trading

3_Level_ZZ_Semafor.mq4

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Howzit and welcome to the forum.

 

Most of the TRO's posts and indicators are too confusing and distracting. I suggest you stay with something simple.

 

The TTM Scalper looks for the SwingHigh (Swing High occurs when the Price of a bar is at least as high as the same Price on the preceding bar(s), and higher than the same Price on the bar(s) that follow it.) and goes back on the chart and paint in the signal of the Swing High point (eg., it repaints by going back in time). It does this with the same logic for the SwingLow.

 

AFAIK, there is no exact replica of the TTM Scalper for MT4 for free. The equivalent indicator in the MT4 platform could be the 3_level_zz_semafor-indicator.

 

zz stand for zigzag, which is an indicator that finds swing points that are distant by at least the percent or number of bars specified by the input.

 

Again, anything based on zigzag or swing logic will need to repaint or redrawn after the swings are established. The better indicators will tell you when the repaint actually occurred. The more deceptive indicator will just show you the final results and at a first glance appeared it nailed the top and the bottom when in fact it is an act of time traveling.

 

3_Level_ZZ_Semafor (indicator for MT4) - Forex Trading

Attached Files 3_Level_ZZ_Semafor.mq4 (7.9 KB, 0 views)

 

 

Thanking you very much

Kind Regards.

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Also I would like to know where I can find free literature regarding: Trading with no indicators.

Thanking you in advance.

 

Check out: Trading-Naked

 

The site is a bit disorganized. Scroll to the bottom and click on some of the links. There are lots of good information on the site.

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As for trading pure PA. Also look at the Whycoff forum here. There was also a thread in The FX forum called 'busy day tomorrow' or similar. There are several other odd threads. Joe Ross law of charts is a worthwhile (free) download as are the first 3 journals from the fibonaccitrader website.

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Hi Thrunner,

 

Could you please post the code for tradestation of the Scalper strategy you explained on previous page 7 ?

 

Thank you in advance

 

Best regards,

 

Chloe31

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I'm on tradestation and have installed and verified the indicator, but I'm getting a "token file is missing, verify all" message. How do I verify all?

 

The analysis technique is turned on within my chart but not displaying. If you can help, it would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Barbara

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Barb,

on your open Tradestation desktop, click on "HELP", then "Tradestation Help"......

on the "index" tab type in the keyword "Verifying", then click on "Display".

 

On right hand side of window scroll down and you will see how to "verify all"

 

PM me if you need further help

 

Bob

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Looks like this thread was started back in 07 unless I misread it. Could someone post a recent chart with this indicator? Just wondering if it's still effective on the eminis.

 

Thanks!

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yes,,this is still effective.it was developed by traderlu.codes are also there but i don't know how to convert these for ninja.charts are still there with thread.on top of this page or

 

TL main page go to forums then indicators and link is right there, SCALPER BUY/SELL REPLICA

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May God have mercy to those who do not know how to Google...

 

I googled " November 2009 emini chart with scalper buy/sell inidcator" but didn't get many results. Thanks for the contribution though.

 

If anybody has anything meaningful to add I'd be interested. I hadn't seen this indicator until I came across this thread. It looks to be similar if not the same as the 3br.

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I googled " November 2009 emini chart with scalper buy/sell inidcator" but didn't get many results. Thanks for the contribution though.

 

If anybody has anything meaningful to add I'd be interested. I hadn't seen this indicator until I came across this thread. It looks to be similar if not the same as the 3br.

 

 

you tried once and gave up ?!?!?

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Luis, you are the best !

I've had all the TTM indicators from traderslabratory except for this one. Funny thing is, I wrote a letter to carter telling him how expensive I thought his indicators were and that under $1000 sounded better. 2 weeks later they were reduced, but it was a week to late, had already found 90% of the indicators "free" here.

You have just completed the series.

Thank you

 

p.s. Anyone bought the Journal from TTM it is worth the money and you can easily go to ????? Excel spreadsheet password crack to expand it and get rid of the huge TTM logo.

Just wanted to give back

 

Hi Chris,

 

Can you please point me to other TTM indicators, especially TTM Wave. I have been looking all around but haven't the logic/code yet.

 

Many Thanks :)

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