How to install
How to install cBots & Indicators
- Download the Indicator or cBot.
- Double-click on the downloaded file. This will install all necessary files in cAlgo.
- Find the indicator/cbot you want to use from the menu on the left.
- Add an instance of the indicator/cBot to run.
- Download the Indicator
- Double-click on the downloaded file. This will install all necessary files in cTrader.
Select the indicator from Custom in the functions (f) menu in the top center of the chart
- Enter the parameters and click OK
Description: Enhanced Deal Map indicator shows your trades in enhanced way than original deal map, above that you can even see results of each trade either in pips, net profit or gross profit. Updates: 15/06/2016 - Version 1.0 Released. 17/06/2016 - Version 1.1 Added limitation to maximum historical deals shown on chart to be loaded. Added option to turn on/off result labels. Inputs: Show Live - Option to show live trades as they progress. Max Deals To Show - Limits maximum deals to be loaded from the history. Show Result - Option to turn on/off results. Result - Shows either Pips, NetProfit or GrossProfit of each trade. Colors - Let's you choose color of each element. Line Thickness - Thickness of line connecting entry and exit. Line Style - You can choose from six different line styles. Screenshot: Make a Donation: If you like my work and effort then please consider to make a kind donation thru PayPal or any Credit Card at the top right corner.
27 Mar 2017
This Indicator uses http://forex.timezoneconverter.com/ to retrieve open and close of market times, so you don't need to update it as it will update itself. If you spot a bug, malfunctioning or have a suggestiong feel free to contact me: email@example.com If you want to code any specific bot or indicator based on this or any other, my services are available on Freelancer:
24 Mar 2017
This indicator is based on Bob Volman´s setup - 25EMA - Round Number with 50 created by adaled - Position Size Calculator
23 Mar 2017
This indicator is for 5min or 15min chart and it contains: - 25 Color EMA - 70 Color EMA - Position Size Calculator Acourding to your risk percentage - Shows you the level of SL and TP with Risk Reward Ratio of 1:2 accourding to your SL I personally use for my 5min chart combined with Asia_Range Indicator.
23 Mar 2017
This indicator shows the candlestick patterns (Doji, Hammer, Bullish Harami, Bearish Harami, Dark Cloud Cover, Piercing Pattern, Bullish Engulfing, Bearish Engulfing, Shooting Star, Evening Star, Morning Star), fully customizable, in addition to the patterns shows additional information MACD and Moving average. Options : Show names - show patterns names instead of ASCII characters. Show more info - show additional information: MACD, MA, last pattern. Sound Alert - beep during the formation of a new pattern. The following options allow to show selectively patterns, all by default are shown : Show Doji Show Hammer Show Bullish Harami Show Bearish Harami Show Dark Cloud Cover Show Piercing Pattern Show Bullish Engulfing Show Bearish Engulfing Show Shooting Star Show Evening Star Show Morning Star MACD parameters : MACD Long Cycle MACD Short Cycle MACD Signal Periods Moving average parameters : MA Periods MA MAType Screenshots : Price: $ 45 If you have a suggestion for improving the warning indicator write to: firstname.lastname@example.org If you want to buy this indicator post mail or personal message. Sorry for my English.
15 Mar 2017
Market Facilitation Index by Bill Williams - UPDATED - The market facilitation index (MFI) is an indicator that measures the strength or weakness behind movements of the price of an asset. The MFI indicator can help you decide when a price trend is strong enough to justify trading it, when a new trend may be about to start and when to avoid entering trades altogether. It does this by looking at changes in the size of price moves and whether trading volume is rising or falling. Green (green bar) indicates price moves are growing and volume is up The appearance of a green bar suggests that there are more traders entering the market in the direction of a current price move and that the move is gaining strength. This means it may be best to enter any new trades in the same direction as the market. If you have any open positions that are not in line with the current price direction, it may be safer to close them. The brown bar shows weakening momentum The appearance of a brown (fade) bar suggests that traders are losing interest in the current price move and that it may be coming to an end. At this time, it may be best to avoid entering trades in the same direction as a current price move. The appearance of several brown bars in a row may also indicate that the price is about to change direction. Fake (blue bar) – price moves are growing and volume is down When a blue (fake) bar appears, strong moves may be triggered by speculation only and so may not last long. It might be best to avoid entering new trades now. The appearance of a blue (fake) bar indicates that there is a disconnect between price moves and the volume of trade. It suggests that strong moves could be the result of one-off speculators having the power to push around illiquid markets. Any price moves are therefore unlikely to last long. Experienced traders tend not to enter the market during this phase, which can be a time when new traders get sucked into the market and experience losses. Squat (pink bar) indicates price moves are shrinking, but volume is up The appearance of a pink (squat) bar suggests that traders are very enthusiastic about entering the market, but it is a battle between bulls and bears, meaning the price does not yet have a clear direction. As soon as either the buyers or sellers win this fight, prices can experience a sudden, powerful move, and traders have the potential to make quick profits from this. However, the indicator will not determine the direction for you. Continuation or Any indication (white bar) In the real market and especially in low TimeFrames, the volume or the MFI value can be the same as the previous value. So there is no increment or decrease to determinate which of the 4 states of MFI is it. Thats when the white bar comes in, to fill the gap between theory and practice.
13 Mar 2017
Hey! Just the raw version of Fractals of Bill Williams. I uploaded the raw version because I'm planning to use it in the future.
25 Feb 2017
Hey, It's the Fractals Indicator by Bill Williams. BUT, I added the Alligator's Teeth filter(optional), which I do not know if It's correct. Please feel free to tell me if I'm wrong so I can update it. Filtered
25 Feb 2017
Indicator for T1 TimeFrame (visually), for cBots works on all TimeFrames at OnBar method. Visually, It shows the time difference between the current tick and the previous tick, measured in milliseconds. BTW.: There is an asshole linking this indicator from his indicator, saying that this doesn't work.. well... that's not true, his indicator is based on a timer. This indicator instead sticks to the concept of TIME ELAPSED, thats why this indicator only has sense at T1.
15 Feb 2017
The indicator measures how many milliseconds elapsed. Based on improper version at this link. (author deleted his orignal post right after I published this version afterwards he posted it again, you can download his current version here) Can be used on any timeframe.
14 Feb 2017
Gator Indicator, by Bill Williams Usage To trade using the Gator oscillator we first need to examine the various states of the Gator: Gator Awakens: when after sleeping one of the indicator bars is red and the other one is green (either above or below zero) Gator Eats: when both bars (above and below zero) are green Gator Sated: when after eating one of the bars (above or below zero) turns red Gator Sleeps: when both bars (above and below zero) are red The indicator is then interpreted on the basis of a hypothesis that each phase of the trend has a life cycle of its own, indicated by the awaking-eating-stopping-sleeping of the gator. When a phase of the trend is at its incipient stages, we will observe that the gator is waking, that is, one of the upper or lower bars will turn green. After that, as the trend accelerates and reaches its climax, we will note an increasing number of 'double greens' where both the upper and the lower bars are green. This is the eating phase. As the phase runs out of energy, and begins to slow down, one of the previously green bars will turn red, signalling that the gator is sated. And when both bars are red, the phase has ended, anticipating a new cycle. Trading with this indicator is simple and easy. In general you open a position as the bars contract and show different colors; then maintain the position until both bars turn red, and exit to take profit. And alternative, more conservative way of using the oscillator is placing the take-profit order at the satisfaction phase. In this manner, while there is chance that some of the potential of the trade will be left unrealized, we are able to capitalize on the most violent phase of the mini trend with shorter time exposure to the market. EXAMPLE The Gator is interpreted on the basis that each phase of a trend has a life cycle of its own indicated by the awakening, eating, stopping, and sleeping of the Gator. During the formation stage of a trend one of the upper or lower bars will turn green (gator awakening). As the trend accelerates an increasing number of double green bars above and below zero will be observed (gator eating). As the trend nears exhaustion running out of momentum one of the previously green bars will turn red (gator sated). When both bars are red, the trend has ended and a new trend cycle is awaited (gator sleeping). To trade the indicator traders would typically look to initiate a position during the awakening phase, holding it through the eating phase as the trend accelerates then look to liquidate/take profit on the position when the gator is sated as the trend nears completion. As the gator oscillator is a moving average based system, traders need to mindful of the limitations of moving averages when using the indicator (i.e. signal lag).
11 Feb 2017