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Then maybe you have a chance.. You poor poor monkey. The sad thing is you can't get out of your own way. You have no real ability to listen to others, you always THINK you are right, the posing questions when there are already answers is a prime example of this. Basically I am stating that you don't listen Try going back to what I wrote and read it a few times then actually say "Ok let me do that instead of posing rhetorical babble that only serves to further take me away from my goal of being profitable as a trader.
I will take the time to make a video that explains this in detail and how to correct such But that leaves my questions open: I'm trying to backtest several technical analysis techniques and strategies on binary options with changing results. Has anyone else tried to do this?
I'm having trouble calculating accurate resistance and support levels. Does anyone have a good formula for that? Does anyone know of any? It takes time to make these you know.. Watch this one in the mean time lol.. Tue Apr 3 Tokyo: I have 2 questions that I hope someone can help me with.
I;m having trouble calculating accurate resistance and support levels. Thanks for your help! Hi, Thanks for the quick reply! I want to use existing technical indicators like the MACD, various trendlines, Bollinger Bands, several types of candle signals etc and back test them in history to see how they perform.
Perhaps, if code an EA based on your idea then you can back test it and see actual results, this might be more beneficial then watching the indicators in the whole history, but I can't say for sure how EA-zable your strategy, thats coder might tell better. I'm not using Mt4. I'm trying to back test in Excel initially and when the volumes get too large I have a database in which I can associate very large volumes of data.
That gives me the opportunity to back test several years of data and any number of indicators very rapidly. The downside is that I haven't found an accurate way of determining support and resistance levels because the ones I know of require human interpretation before calculation.
I'm trying to find a way to find support and resistance levels purely based on math. Do you know any? Personally not but developers over here might know a thing! June edited June See how do I know this? By the way, Let's say that many people does follow Stochastic and many indeed do. So isn't it makes stochastic into more-accurate indicator to use versus some indicator that barely used? Because the market moves by what majority does and if majority uses stochastic, we can consider this as one indicator to use with our PA confirmation.
Just as an example, where indicator can be actually more usable then another. Indicator as indication to see what others potentially can do, not as an entry while entry is our price action, reading the chart and feel the price movement.
Done will be up soon July edited July I think that video was unposted. How sad is that!? Sign In or Register to comment.