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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Sothe best indiors are trader's knowledge and frame of mind.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    hi buddy the best indior.... fractals. saludos.
    Sir, what should trade goes against you, which type of S/L do you use along with your egy. . Thanks.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    do not waste your time analyzing indiors thousand I did it... I dropped a lot of time your studies the surgeries you see there... just two tf.... D1-h4 or w1-d1 you believe me... as easy is that the most profitable and secure image image
    wow this seems cool... I will test it for a few weeks and will discuss effects on this. Thanks for your valuable contribution.

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  5. #15
    hello buddy

    in the aforementioned example. . .nda-usd d1-h4

    tp is given from the zigzag upper tf (look picture )


  6. #16
    [quote=porfirio;7693671]hi friend in the aforementioned example. . .nda-usd d1-h4 tp is provided by the zigzag upper tf (look graphic) saludos
    It'll be helpful if you can share its template indiors document. Also is stoch to be consulted while entering exiting trade?

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Hello please some non-repaint indiors that are best for trading FX.
    RSI,Bollinger bands are sufficient
    both exceptionally profitable when done correctly

  8. #18
    Jain, if the trend goes against me... I lose, and acept (look eur-aus d1-h4)

  9. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote RSI,Bollinger bands are sufficient both highly profitable when done accurately
    how do you generate entry and exit points using them? I will love if you're able to elaborate this egy.

  10. #20
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    Hello, When using a MTF indior, I know the current time frame will change however do exactly the previous colours change once the candle has closed
    Any MTF indior repaints until the greater TF current candle has been closed.

    Instance of a H4 indior applied on M15, there will be around 16 repainting candles (16 x M15 = H4).

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