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#12 Multiple indicators analysis

Submitted by Stoyan

Hi, this is Stoyan. I look at this marvelous site from time to time and may be this is the right moment to express my great gratitude to Edward and the other guys, sharing such information with fellow traders. Nice work guys, keep on..

So, I am about to reveal a quite simple, yet efficient strategy, not only for those of us who enjoy scalping, but for swing traders, as well. I am quite confident you will find it quite accurate and beneficial.

Well, let's get straight to the point:

Currency pair: ANY
Timeframe: M15, M30 for scalpers
H4 for swing traders
Indicators: TOR 1.02
TA_1.14c (attached below)

OK, in general, those indicators represent an improved version of the well-known MT4 indicators - namely ADMI, RSI, CCI and Stochastic Oscillator.

Rule for Entry:

Enter a trade when at least 90% of the arrows at the various timeframes go for BUY or SELL (green or red, respectively).

When scalping, shoot for 15-25 pips per trade. For the swing traders - pay special attention to the higher timeframes (H4, D and W) - in case of change of direction - close your trade.

I will be glad to know your results and comment on this one.

Happy and profitable trading fellows!!!

Download indicators:




how to download the mq4 format to .exe format kindly guide me

Dear Stoyan,

fine the system little bit confusion, 90% means.. guide me

Dear Stoyan,

Thanks good one can u explain detail


Interesting indicator, thanks

What is your succes rate with it? Have you been using this strategy for a long time?

Veyr Very GOOD
Fc Team

I dont get too see the hole TA_1.14c.mq4 indicator on my MT4 screen. I just get to 4 HR. How can i get to see the full indicator.
But it looks to be a interesting indicator.

is there a way to incorporate this indicator within dbfx platform?

Hi Stoyan,

I am interested in this indicator, however I am not a good programmer and dont know how to program this indicator to work with fxcm marketscope charting tool. Please help. Thanks, Chris