HGI for beginners.

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HGI for beginners.

Postby ebidr » Wed Jul 15, 2020 11:50 pm

SteveHopwood » Wed Jul 15, 2020 10:19 pm wrote:
ebidr » Wed Jul 15, 2020 5:54 pm wrote:Hi guys,
I've read the guide on HGI but there wasn't any mention on Blue Wavy Signals. I know both Blue Wavy under the candle and green arrow show buy signal but could anyone explain this or show me which manual I should read to have a better understanding of how different are they?
Many thanks.

Well done for trying to find the answer for yourself. This is the kind of approach we like at SHF.

Mind, it also shows that you could not be arsed to read Bob's initial post properly.This goes down badly at SHF. I did warn you about this in my Welcome message. Always read post 1 properly. Your questions will make it obvious that you are lazy and heading for a ban.

Try again.

Wow. :shock: Keep calm man. I really appreciate the free knowledge you and your friends are sharing with us. And I know you own the forum and But you don't own the people in here. Really you should let other people answer the questions.
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Postby SteveHopwood » Thu Jul 16, 2020 12:51 am

ebidr » Wed Jul 15, 2020 11:50 pm wrote:Wow. :shock: Keep calm man. I really appreciate the free knowledge you and your friends are sharing with us. And I know you own the forum and But you don't own the people in here. Really you should let other people answer the questions.

I did kind of answer this moron's question when I told him/her/it where to find the answer. Not my fault that him/her/it was too lazy and stupid to follow my advice. I have pointed out occasionally that lazy and stupid people are not welcome at SHF. Those of us who have been around for a while have gained a lot of experience trading this stuff. We do not care what lazy morons think.

This moron is now banned from SHF. He/She/It clearly failed to read the warning in my Welcome message.

Hey ho. It happens. The Moron can go off and find a forum where he/she/it is allowed go and play.

Yes, I know this is a thread where confused beginners can ask for help. Just don't be moronic, ok? Or kick up a fuss when it is pointed out that you are being a moron. Pick a fight with the forum owner? Guess who wins.

:xm: :rocket:
Read the effing manual, ok?

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Postby Vlad11 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:38 am

SteveHopwood » Thu Jul 16, 2020 12:51 am wrote:
ebidr » Wed Jul 15, 2020 11:50 pm wrote:Wow. :shock: Keep calm man. I really appreciate the free knowledge you and your friends are sharing with us. And I know you own the forum and But you don't own the people in here. Really you should let other people answer the questions.

I did kind of answer this moron's question when I told him/her/it where to find the answer. Not my fault that him/her/it was too lazy and stupid to follow my advice. I have pointed out occasionally that lazy and stupid people are not welcome at SHF. Those of us who have been around for a while have gained a lot of experience trading this stuff. We do not care what lazy morons think.

This moron is now banned from SHF. He/She/It clearly failed to read the warning in my Welcome message.

Hey ho. It happens. The Moron can go off and find a forum where he/she/it is allowed go and play.

Yes, I know this is a thread where confused beginners can ask for help. Just don't be moronic, ok? Or kick up a fuss when it is pointed out that you are being a moron. Pick a fight with the forum owner? Guess who wins.

:xm: :rocket:


Hey Steve,

I am a fellow musician like yourself so before you think of terminating my account I do have a question to ask

For the last couple of days I have been testing HGI on "FX Blue" which is a real simulator presenting real result apparently, they have real tick data etc...

I have to say the the symbols of HGI once reloaded look a lot different from once they are reloaded....

I know that you started this forum to help retail traders navigate from all the scams that are very real but I do want to know if you allow real discussions in this forum or is this all a scam

Serious question about the simulator and its results

Waiting your reply

Vlad....
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Postby SteveHopwood » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:44 am

Vlad11 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:38 am wrote:

I know that you started this forum to help retail traders navigate from all the scams that are very real but I do want to know if you allow real discussions in this forum or is this all a scam



Are you suggesting that the forum might be a scam?

:xm: :rocket:
Read the effing manual, ok?

Global Prime is the official SHF broker. Click here to sign up for a live account with Global Prime and join the several thousand SHF members who wisely choose GP as their broker of choice.

I still suffer from OCCD. Good thing, really.

Anyone here feeling generous? My paypal account is always in the market for a tiny donation. [email protected] is the account.

To see The Weekly Roundup of stuff you guys might have missed Click here

My special thanks to Tommaso (milanese) for all the incredible work he does here.
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Postby c1borg » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:56 am

Vlad11 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:38 am wrote:
SteveHopwood » Thu Jul 16, 2020 12:51 am wrote:
ebidr » Wed Jul 15, 2020 11:50 pm wrote:Wow. :shock: Keep calm man. I really appreciate the free knowledge you and your friends are sharing with us. And I know you own the forum and But you don't own the people in here. Really you should let other people answer the questions.

I did kind of answer this moron's question when I told him/her/it where to find the answer. Not my fault that him/her/it was too lazy and stupid to follow my advice. I have pointed out occasionally that lazy and stupid people are not welcome at SHF. Those of us who have been around for a while have gained a lot of experience trading this stuff. We do not care what lazy morons think.

This moron is now banned from SHF. He/She/It clearly failed to read the warning in my Welcome message.

Hey ho. It happens. The Moron can go off and find a forum where he/she/it is allowed go and play.

Yes, I know this is a thread where confused beginners can ask for help. Just don't be moronic, ok? Or kick up a fuss when it is pointed out that you are being a moron. Pick a fight with the forum owner? Guess who wins.

:xm: :rocket:


Hey Steve,

I am a fellow musician like yourself so before you think of terminating my account I do have a question to ask

For the last couple of days I have been testing HGI on "FX Blue" which is a real simulator presenting real result apparently, they have real tick data etc...

I have to say the the symbols of HGI once reloaded look a lot different from once they are reloaded....

I know that you started this forum to help retail traders navigate from all the scams that are very real but I do want to know if you allow real discussions in this forum or is this all a scam

Serious question about the simulator and its results

Waiting your reply

Vlad....


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Postby Vlad11 » Tue Aug 04, 2020 7:19 am

SteveHopwood » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:44 am wrote:
Vlad11 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:38 am wrote:

I know that you started this forum to help retail traders navigate from all the scams that are very real but I do want to know if you allow real discussions in this forum or is this all a scam



Are you suggesting that the forum might be a scam?

:xm: :rocket:


No I am not suggesting this at all!

Firstly thank you for your contribution, I wanted to ask you a question seeing how you have the most amount of experience both coding and using the following indicators.

This is in regards to the FX Blue simulator and the HGI as well as Hurst idea I was simulating (HGI v17) and HGI (v16.9) both when using proper past data from TickStory

The issue is I managed to get almost all 10 trades for the HGI wrong.

The big arrows would not repaint however they generated in the worst possible locations, I understand and have read the manual, specifically the MA above and below filters, the Hurst component and other confluence areas that need to happen before taking a trade with the HGI and I was careful in seeing what the market was doing before entering.

Regardless, on all setups from various timeframes the HGI failed, surprisingly once I reloaded the charts and did visual backtesting on the same area, the arrows that caused the losing trades on the simulator disappeared and reappeared in more desirable locations.

Reading from all the posts I was told that HGI only repaints once the candle closes not after you reload of the charts, I am not sure if the FX Blue simulator is accurate in predicting the HGI in real time, if so I would really appreciate your feedback and experience as to the accuracy of FX Blue (OHLC logic) and HGI..

Thanks
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Postby Wavegarrick » Tue Aug 04, 2020 8:22 am

Vlad11 » Tue Aug 04, 2020 9:19 am wrote:
SteveHopwood » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:44 am wrote:
Vlad11 » Fri Jul 31, 2020 10:38 am wrote:

I know that you started this forum to help retail traders navigate from all the scams that are very real but I do want to know if you allow real discussions in this forum or is this all a scam



Are you suggesting that the forum might be a scam?

:xm: :rocket:


No I am not suggesting this at all!

Firstly thank you for your contribution, I wanted to ask you a question seeing how you have the most amount of experience both coding and using the following indicators.

This is in regards to the FX Blue simulator and the HGI as well as Hurst idea I was simulating (HGI v17) and HGI (v16.9) both when using proper past data from TickStory

The issue is I managed to get almost all 10 trades for the HGI wrong.

The big arrows would not repaint however they generated in the worst possible locations, I understand and have read the manual, specifically the MA above and below filters, the Hurst component and other confluence areas that need to happen before taking a trade with the HGI and I was careful in seeing what the market was doing before entering.

Regardless, on all setups from various timeframes the HGI failed, surprisingly once I reloaded the charts and did visual backtesting on the same area, the arrows that caused the losing trades on the simulator disappeared and reappeared in more desirable locations.

Reading from all the posts I was told that HGI only repaints once the candle closes not after you reload of the charts, I am not sure if the FX Blue simulator is accurate in predicting the HGI in real time, if so I would really appreciate your feedback and experience as to the accuracy of FX Blue (OHLC logic) and HGI..

Thanks


Hi Vlad,

You have to watch the Hgi arrow in real time for it to make sense. From the time the arrow is displayed, it will remain in place provided the candle closes above or below the area the signal was given. Yes, it is true that the arrow will disappear if the candle closes above or below the area (in other words the opposite area) of the signal. Yes, it is true that the arrow will show up if the trend moves back in the direction of the original signal.
You have to take it for what it is and it cannot be used as a stand-alone indicator. I use it in conjunction with Stochs and moving averages. I have attached a chart of live manual trades taken and have shown the blue vertical lines in the area where the signal was given in conjunction with stochastics. The benefit I get with HGI is that it alerts me to a possible signal and I take the trade only if my other conditions are met.
Do not use Hgi on timeframes lower than 4hr or alternatively use it if you get a 4hr signal and wait for arrows on the lower timeframes to be given before entering.

It is what it is and take it for what it is. It helps me and many others. Like it or lump it.

Cheers.
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Postby mundu19 » Thu Aug 13, 2020 11:42 am

While reading through this thread I realised I must have missed the HGI Basics Zip folder. Is it still available as I cant see it on the first page. I have set up HGI and it's up and running. I was just curious about the MA lines I have seen on many charts. I have surmised they are 240/60 LWMAs from going through the whole thread here.
Any help with that Zip folder if still available would be much appreciated.
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Postby Wavegarrick » Sat Aug 15, 2020 1:38 pm

mundu19 » Thu Aug 13, 2020 1:42 pm wrote:While reading through this thread I realised I must have missed the HGI Basics Zip folder. Is it still available as I cant see it on the first page. I have set up HGI and it's up and running. I was just curious about the MA lines I have seen on many charts. I have surmised they are 240/60 LWMAs from going through the whole thread here.
Any help with that Zip folder if still available would be much appreciated.

Hi Mundu,

Here is a cheat sheet posted by Kim in June 2019 in the Hgi thread.
HGI Cheat Sheet.pdf

Hope it helps

PS, Yes I still use the 240/60 Lwma's set to open up to this very day.

Cheers
Leon
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Postby mundu19 » Sat Aug 15, 2020 6:32 pm

Wow. Thanks. By the way the forum seems rather quiet. Frankly I wasn't expecting a response. Have just recently started on the HGI and it's amazing.
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