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Custom Indicator EA Framework

I am interested to build an EA which can easily test any custom indicator by passing parameters through inputs.

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Smart way to code divergence from price and CCI

Hi, i’m interested in finding a smart way to code divergence of peaks from price to indicator, for example cci. Price peak upper then previous and same cci peak lower then previous. Congratulation for your work.

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Direct Hedge

I would like to see a tutorial about hedge one position to recover loss

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A custom 2 moving averages cross

Hello, Thank you for the work you’re doing. I will get straight to the point now. I will like to request an EA of 2 moving averages, a slowEMA(50) and fastEMA(20). Whenever the fastEMA crosses above the slowEMA, it indicates a trend change however we are not buying till a confirmation is certain. Condition to …

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