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

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

Postby manfloy » Sun Sep 25, 2016 11:48 am

super helpful useful information, thanks guys will testing this week how is going on. have a wonderful evening everybody :hi: :party:

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last week equity :
Gain UP | +29.4%
Max DropDown | -0.6%

managed with a little bit high risk %, anyway how i said before with this system and few additional rules it is impossible to go in red equity.happy trading :jump:

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Postby macush » Sun Sep 25, 2016 12:23 pm

nanningbob » Sun Sep 25, 2016 8:24 am wrote:Low footprint super slope

Here is a stripped down version developed by Baluda and then Gary added MTF options. Good luck and happy testing.

Thanks Bob,
I'm sure it's Awesome and pardon my ignorance but this loads up the same as the old ver. Bottom window,
I dont understand what is meant by individual names etc. ( unless that refers to coding features which is way out of my league )
Many Thanks Again
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Postby thomasmore » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:18 pm

Hello all,
As of tomorrow,Monday, I'll give it a go with this layout: trade on M30, watch H1,H4 and D1 for direction/entry.
(All indi's come from this forum). Many thanks to all contributors of this great peace of work!
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Postby gprince66 » Sun Sep 25, 2016 2:06 pm

macush » Sun Sep 25, 2016 6:23 am wrote:
nanningbob » Sun Sep 25, 2016 8:24 am wrote:Low footprint super slope

Here is a stripped down version developed by Baluda and then Gary added MTF options. Good luck and happy testing.

Thanks Bob,
I'm sure it's Awesome and pardon my ignorance but this loads up the same as the old ver. Bottom window,
I dont understand what is meant by individual names etc. ( unless that refers to coding features which is way out of my league )
Many Thanks Again
macush


Hi macush,

The 'individual names' refers to having multiple indis on same chart. When you drop a second or third copy they will each have a unique index number added to their name. This helps when viewing history or changing time frames.

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Postby Haggadah » Sun Sep 25, 2016 5:05 pm

SteveHopwood » Fri Sep 23, 2016 2:46 pm wrote:
Haggadah » Fri Sep 23, 2016 1:30 pm wrote:
Gary,

Cannot be loaded. There are 2 errors after recompiling the codes.

Haggadah

Here you are. A simple spelling error crept in to one of the externs.

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Gary,

Thank you.


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Postby simplex » Mon Sep 26, 2016 10:55 am

nanningbob » 30 Aug 2016, 20:17 wrote:Super CSS codes are now available to all. Basically changed iMA to 7 from 21, ATR from 100 to 50, and changed the T/F statements for individual currencies. There is a lot to play with so good luck.


Hi Bob & everybody contributing to this CSS indicator,

First of all thanks a lot for making your code publicly available!

I had a closer look at your changes applied to the causal part of function getSlope(). You stated that you modified LWMA(21) to LWMA(7). For TMA slope calculation, a modified LWMA is used: obviously, the final FIR coefficient is modified in order to emphasize the latest close price of the series.

Considering the original maPeriod = 21 and the additional weighting applied {231; 20; 251}, a generalized formula for emphasizing the latest close will lead to the factor (2 * maPeriod - 1) / maPeriod. I must admit: this is kind of guesswork, trying to generalize the formula from just one known case, but I think that this was the original idea behind TMA.

When modifying to maPeriod = 7, you left the additional weighting untouched. Was this done purposefully? Applying above formula to maPeriod = 7, the resulting set of additional weighting coefficients would be {28; 6; 34}.

In practice, this modification will have minor impact, because the behaviour of TMA slope calculation is most of all ruled by standard LWMA. But from a methodical point of view, a generalization might make sense.

I'll attach a code snippet with a modified function getSlope() featuring the above mentioned generalized formula. If you consider it useful, feel free to use it.

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Postby thomasmore » Mon Sep 26, 2016 12:12 pm

Here are my first trades with this system. Initially, I did a dryrun on M30, with H1, H4 and D1 CSS's. I noticed that I could step down one TF (M15,M30,H1,H4) in order to have earlier entries, without more risk. I took a GBPCHF short with 55 pips profit, and a EURGBP buy with 24 pips profit. The most difficult thing for me to do, is staying in the trade(s) because the indicators tell me to do so, and not 'chicken out' early to grab some money. Great system, bravo to all !
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Postby TraderJoeForex » Mon Sep 26, 2016 7:32 pm

Here's my take with a template using M15, H1 and H4 setup to watch on M5 or M15.

... I changed the arrow sizes to small (M15), medium (H1) and large (H4) and deactivated the CSS lines.

Trade each separately and independently or when all agree. :jump:
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Postby FXe3 » Mon Sep 26, 2016 7:43 pm

TraderJoeForex » Mon Sep 26, 2016 7:32 pm wrote:Here's my take with a template using M15, H1 and H4 setup to watch on M5 or M15.

... I changed the arrow sizes to small (M15), medium (H1) and large (H4) and deactivated the CSS lines.

Trade each separately and independently or when all agree. :jump:


So in your example it looks like you entered off the 1hr signal immediately on the 5min bar, problem is that 1hr signal doesn't confirm for a total of 12 bars once it starts showing. I guess my question are you entering immediately as soon as a signal forms rather than waiting for a confirmed signal? Although you may have entered on the break of the swing to the left.
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Postby celte83 » Mon Sep 26, 2016 7:47 pm

TraderJoeForex » Mon Sep 26, 2016 8:32 pm wrote:Trade each separately and independently or when all agree.


Hi,

T'es le meilleur !
You are the best ;)
Thank you for the sharing

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