Hi I need a ea programming. the basics are below . I would also like an email confirmation of a trade and these trades are normaly on D1 time but when d4 gives the same signal then maybe i would trade a mini lot ( variable) just in case d1 does not confirm.
Although the ea should would mostly with d1 time it would be nice to use in any time frame .
hope its not too hard ( i dont think so !) lol so there you go :
1. Put chart to the D1 time frame and add the following
2. 3 day Exponential moving average based on (method) the H/L//C 3 (make it light blue in color), 6 day the same (make it white in color) and 18 day the same (make it yellow in color) this can be done by going to indicators then trend then MA'S.
3. Then you will go back to indicators moving averages ( MA'S) then add the first 34 day EMA based on the high only, then add another 34 day EMA based on the low only then add a the last 34 day based on the close only. Make the 34 day EMAS all purple in color
4. In total you will have a 3 day EMA, a 6 day EMA, 18 EMA, 34 EMA based on the high only, a 34 day EMA based on the low only and a 34 day EMA based on the close only. The type of moving average can be changed by clicking on the apply to tab.
5. Add the RVI indicator with a range of .5000 to [url removed, login to view] all charts should be set to the D1 time frame.
6. Now add a 100 day exponential moving average based on the (H/L/C3).
7. The final indicator is the stochastic and it is set to %K period 8, %D period 3, and slowing set also to 3 or 8-3-3.
Trade Template explained
Blue line white line cross
1. When the 3 day EMA (blue line) crosses the 6 day EMA (white line) this is a buy or sell signal on both the H4 and D1 time frame however can also be used on all other time frames but volatile in the smaller time frames with all the market noise. It is good to check all time frames for both new trades and when looking to exit a current position.
2. If the blue line crosses the white line to the downside it’s a sell signal and if it crosses to the upside it is a buy signal.
3. The blue and the white lines crossing the yellow (18 day EMA) this is a medium to loner term buy or sell signal suggesting the current trend will continue for some time.
Three 34 Day EMA’S
4. The 3 purple lines (34 day EMA’S) or then used as major support and resistance lines and until the market breaks through this area the risk is that the current trend will continue.
5. In short while the market is above the 3, 34 day EMA’S, the primary trend is up with each individual purple line (34 day EMA) a support line with the bottom 34 day EMA the major area and vise versa if the market is in a downtrend. Or we buy dips or sell strength but stay with the primary trend as identified by the template not what the market thinks.
6. The 3, 34 day EMA’S are dynamic levels of support and resistance and are constantly being calculated and can be excellent pivot points.
7. If the market breaks through all 3, 34 day EMA’S on the D1 time frame we are likely to see a trend change however false breaks can occur. A sustained break of these levels is required for a trend reversal.
8. This indicator is also used to trigger a buy or sell signal along with confirming overbought and oversold levels.
9. When the green line crosses the red line this is a buy or sell signal and if it crosses near 0.5 or -0.5 this signal is at it strongest.
10. If the green line and the red line both approach 0.5 or -0.5 but have not crossed the currency pair is overbought or oversold and you should exit the current position and reverse your trade even if the cross has not taken place on the D1 time frame.
11. The H1and H4 hour time frame can be a leading indicator to the current direction of the market however it is also a shorter time frame so it can be more susceptible to market noise. The D1 one can be somewhat lagging to the H4 and the H1 however the overall trend is clearer on the