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BALUDA'S SUPER CSS-2.0. THE SIMPLEST TRADING SYSTEM EVER

Postby Gertje » Thu Sep 22, 2016 10:42 am

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And another one......
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Closed at 12h30 local time, only 3 candles traded.
Max DD 307.4 pips [according to MPBM].....

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This is a very mechanical way of trading, just follow the colours of the previous candle.
Instead of a lesser profit [1.5%] due to the closing taking too long, there was more profit today.
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Postby TraderJoeForex » Thu Sep 22, 2016 11:33 am

Barcode » Thu Sep 22, 2016 1:32 am wrote:TraderJoe would it be possible to get a copy of your template please? I would like to check why you are getting more CSS arrows on your GBPJPY chart than I am. I seem to have the same setup as you on H4 chart with CSS daily.



You have one CSS on your chart and I can see it is set to D1 so the arrows on your chart are showing D1 Crosses. I had an additional CSS indi on my chart for the arrows set to H4 (I have it minimized on my chart since I only need the arrows for current timeframe.. above the higher timeframe CSS at the bottom if you look closely)

The way I use both CSS is trading the crosses (arrows) on the current timeframe only in the direction of the lines for the higher timeframe.
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Postby rangerlp » Thu Sep 22, 2016 11:35 am

Geko » Thu Sep 22, 2016 5:29 am wrote:Ok finally here a modified version of the Dashboard and the CSS indicator for iCustom call.

Dashboard tested on TradersWay which has a suffix “i” and working fine:


Works great...Thanks!!!
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Postby Gertje » Thu Sep 22, 2016 12:03 pm

TraderJoeForex » Thu Sep 22, 2016 11:33 am wrote:The way I use both CSS is trading the crosses (arrows) on the current timeframe only in the direction of the lines for the higher timeframe.

I see you lost the colours in the background on the CSS as well, do you know a solution?
I like to see the colours for the bars to enter from.
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Postby pakeha » Thu Sep 22, 2016 12:46 pm

Gertje » Thu Sep 22, 2016 4:03 am wrote:
TraderJoeForex » Thu Sep 22, 2016 11:33 am wrote:The way I use both CSS is trading the crosses (arrows) on the current timeframe only in the direction of the lines for the higher timeframe.

I see you lost the colours in the background on the CSS as well, do you know a solution?
I like to see the colours for the bars to enter from.



I notice losing colours happens when you have 2 CSS (e.g. H4 and D1) running in the lower 2 indicator windows.

I do the following

1. switch the TF to another and then back to the one I want
2. open and then close (don't do anything to the indicator) the bottom CSS indicator

Then it should clear itself.

If you are still having a problem, it may be because the original template pair is showing in objects, so you also may need to go into object and delete the half a dozen lines that describe that pair. For example say the original template pair was EURUSD and you have placed the template on a GBPJPY chart, then you may find the description of the EURUSD pair still in objects and interfering with the GBPJPY CSS.

Takes a bit of a one time effort to clean up every chart :)
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Postby Gertje » Thu Sep 22, 2016 12:53 pm

pakeha » Thu Sep 22, 2016 12:46 pm wrote:Takes a bit of a one time effort to clean up every chart :)

That won't work for me, because I only use 1 chart.....

I drag and drop the pairs from the marketview.
Huge CPU saver...
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Postby Barcode » Thu Sep 22, 2016 12:57 pm

You have one CSS on your chart and I can see it is set to D1 so the arrows on your chart are showing D1 Crosses. I had an additional CSS indi on my chart for the arrows set to H4 (I have it minimized on my chart since I only need the arrows for current timeframe.. above the higher timeframe CSS at the bottom if you look closely)

The way I use both CSS is trading the crosses (arrows) on the current timeframe only in the direction of the lines for the higher timeframe.


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Postby fire580 » Thu Sep 22, 2016 1:48 pm

New version of dashboard seems to be working okay - but I guess not smart enough to figure it out :arrrg:

What do B0 - B5 stand for I thought TF's but I can't seem to make the numbers match the indicator on the chart

Also there is an input for TF - so how is this supposed to be set up? :arrrg:

Any help will greatly be appreciated.
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Postby gprince66 » Thu Sep 22, 2016 4:05 pm

pakeha » Thu Sep 22, 2016 6:46 am wrote:
Gertje » Thu Sep 22, 2016 4:03 am wrote:
TraderJoeForex » Thu Sep 22, 2016 11:33 am wrote:The way I use both CSS is trading the crosses (arrows) on the current timeframe only in the direction of the lines for the higher timeframe.

I see you lost the colours in the background on the CSS as well, do you know a solution?
I like to see the colours for the bars to enter from.



I notice losing colours happens when you have 2 CSS (e.g. H4 and D1) running in the lower 2 indicator windows.

I do the following

1. switch the TF to another and then back to the one I want
2. open and then close (don't do anything to the indicator) the bottom CSS indicator

Then it should clear itself.

If you are still having a problem, it may be because the original template pair is showing in objects, so you also may need to go into object and delete the half a dozen lines that describe that pair. For example say the original template pair was EURUSD and you have placed the template on a GBPJPY chart, then you may find the description of the EURUSD pair still in objects and interfering with the GBPJPY CSS.

Takes a bit of a one time effort to clean up every chart :)


Pakeha,

I found the solution last night for multiple css indis on same chart. Each indi needs a unique name or they display incorrectly.

Edit line 'Approx' 186, add '+IntegerToString(WindowOnDropped()', it should now look like this...

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Now you can change time frames, scroll through history, etc and all css indis display properly.

Hope this helps,

Gary
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Postby gprince66 » Thu Sep 22, 2016 4:12 pm

This is for all the HalfTrend fans,

Attached is a version with the 'WindowFirstVisibleBar()' functionality added. Set BarsLimit to 0 and now you can scroll through history with Super CSS and they both draw on the chart's visible bars.

Cheers,

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