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    Forextamil.com started as a Blog to publish the personal trading views of Mr. Senthamizharasu. Enormous support and steady growth in followers resulted in building a Strong global community of profiting traders. We at Forextamil.com focus on achieving financial heights of an Individual or a company through online trading. By taking advantage of flourishing online trading, we engage in Training, Asset Management, and Brokerage services for a wide range of products that comprise of Forex, CFD, Indices, Stocks, and Commodities. With a mission of making success the top priority and a vision t
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    this file let you autocreate fractals and arrows with alert. that call you attention
  7. Get Relative Strength Index (RSI) Alerts From MetaTrader 5 

    Via Screen Popup, Email, Audio Alert and Mobile App Push Notification

     

    Never miss another Relative Strength Index (RSI) overbought or oversold signal again. 

    This custom indicator for MetaTrader 5 will send an alert whenever RSI becomes overbought or oversold. 

    It will send the alerts to your PC screen, MT5 mobile app, email and/or mobile phone text message (depending on carrier). 

    Use one or more alert options at the same time. 

     

    Settings Explained

    These are the settings on the Inputs tab in the indicator, and what they do.

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    • Period: The number of candles that are used to calculate the current RSI value.
    • OverBought Level: The RSI value that is considered overbought.
    • OverSold Level: The RSI value that is considered oversold.
    • Main Color: The color of the RSI line when not overbought or oversold.
    • OverSold Color: The color of the RSI line when it is oversold.
    • OverBought Color: The color of the RSI line when it is overbought.
    • alertType both: Send an alert when RSI both exits and enters the overbought or oversold conditions.
    • alertType Cross Into OB/OS Rng: Only send an alert when RSI crosses into the overbought or oversold ranges.
    • alertType Cross Out OB/OS Rng: Only send an alert when RSI crossed out of the overbought or oversold ranges.
    • DoAlert: Send a sound/popup on the screen (true or false).
    • DoNotification: Send a mobile app push notification (true or false).
    • DoEmail: Send an email alert (true or false). Can be used to send a text message if your mobile provider allows email to text functionality. 

     

    Sound good? Click on the "Add to Cart" button at the top of this page to buy this indicator. 

     

    Technical Requirements

    Here's what you need to run this indicator.

    • A computer capable of running MetaTrader 5 desktop version.
    • Your computer must be turned on during trading hours and MT5 must be running in order to get alerts. If you cannot do this at your home or office, consider subscribing to a VPS service.
    • MetaTrader 5 installed on your desktop or laptop computer.
    • The indicator must be installed and configured on the chart that you want to alerts on. Create a template to easily add the indicator to all charts.

    Professional Quality Programming and Support

    We have partnered with 4XDev, one of the top trading software development companies, to create this indicator. 

    When you buy this plugin, you can be assured that you are getting the highest quality programming at a reasonable price. 4XDev provides full support for this indicator and you can contact them if you have any questions.

    They are also available for customizations of this indicator. 

    Frequently Asked Questions 

    • Does my computer have to be running to get alerts? Yes, your computer must be turned on and MT5 must be running. In addition, this indicator must be added to the chart that you want to monitor.
    • Can this indicator be added to the MT5 mobile app? No, the mobile app does not allow custom indicators. The best way to get an alert on a mobile device is to have this indicator send alerts to the mobile app. 
    • What's your refund policy? All sales are final, since downloadable products cannot be returned. Please be sure that you're using MetaTrader 5 before buying. If you're having issues with your indicator, please contact 4XDev Support and they will be happy to help you.
    • Are all RSI signals potential trading opportunities? No. This indicator assists with trading strategies that use the RSI as a potential trading signal. RSI alone is NOT a trading strategy. You need to have a proven RSI strategy before using this indicator. 
    • Will this work with my broker? This indicator will work with any broker that uses the MetaTrader 5 platform.  
    • Should I use a demo account? Yes, it's highly recommend that you use this indicator in a demo account before you trade live. Then you'll get a feel for how it works. 
    • Can this indicator be used on more than one computer? Yes, you are allowed to use the indicator on any computer you own. 
    • Does this indicator track all timeframes and currency pairs? No, it will only track currency pairs and chart timeframes on charts that are open and on which the indicator is attached and correctly configured. 
    • Does this indicator place trades? No it does not. Therefore, you are 100% responsible for placing your trades, and your gains/losses. 

     

    Sound good? Click on the "Add to Cart" button at the top of this page to buy this indicator. 

     

    How to Download the Indicator After Purchase

    After you have purchased the indicator, go to Trading Heroes Institute and click on:

    Store > Manage Purchases > Manage

    You will be taken to the download page, where you can download the indicator, get tips for troubleshooting and contact support.  

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    Sound good? Click on the "Add to Cart" button at the top of this page to buy this indicator. 

     

     

     

    Terms of Use:  Although every effort has been made to create the best MetaTrader 5 plugins on the market, we are not responsible for trading losses associated with the use of this indicator. By using this indicator, you automatically agree to these terms of use. No representation is being made that this indicator will guarantee profits, or not result in losses from trading. The occurrence of a RSI signal does not guarantee profits and you are 100% responsible for your trading results with this indicator. This indicator does not place trades, so you alone control the results of your trading. 

     

    $29.00
  8. Learn the step-by-step process to becoming a consistently profitable Forex trader.  

    Get the details about this program here

    $149.00/month
  9. Daylight Savings Adjusted Historical Forex Data
    For MetaTrader 5

     

    MetaTrader 5 is one of the most popular trading platforms in the world. 

    But it's not always easy to get historical data. This data package will help. 

    Here's why having more data matters...

     

     

    See More Support/Resistance Levels

    More historical data isn't just for backtesting. It helps your live trading too. 

    When you have more historical data, you will be able to see historical support and resistance levels that you might have otherwise missed.

    Don't miss out...be prepared and have as much data as possible. 

     

    Accurate Data Can Increase Profits

    Let's say that you have a trading system that is consistently profitable, but you want to find out if there are ways to optimize it. One of the first things I recommend looking for is time-of-day patterns.

    Is there a time of day when trades are taken, that tends to be most profitable? 

    Here is an example of actual results from a round of backtesting that I did with Snapdragon Historical Data. Note the hours that are marked with red arrows.

    Time of day analysis

    They are only one hour apart, but they have very different win/loss ratios. 

    Since I used DST adjusted data, it is very clear that trades should be opened after midnight because the win/loss ratio is much more favorable. 

    If I had used data that was not daylight savings adjusted, these two timeframes would have been blended together.

    So this potentially profitable optimization would have been masked, if I used the standard Forex Tester data. 

    Snapdragon Historical Data gives you the most accurate backtesting results possible.

    Period.

    ...and what if you don't have a profitable trading system yet?

    Well, why not start with the best data right now?

    This way, you can have rock-solid confidence in your backtesting results from day one.

     

    Your Backtesting Results Could be "Lying" to You

    Having correct time-of-day information in backtesting could determine your success or failure. 

    To illustrate how, let's take a look at a theoretical trading system that has the most winners when trades are opened during the start of the New York session.

    The percentage of winning trades by entry time looks like this.

    Optimal trade entry time

    Let's say that you know this because you have a good friend who is a successful trader and these are her verified trading stats over the last 5 years.

    This is fantastic because you have a "head start." You know exactly how to test the system and when to take trades. 

    So you only enter trades setup during the New York open. But when you backtest the system in MetaTrader, you don't get anywhere near the same performance.

    In fact, your results are pretty terrible. 

    This might lead you to think that the system doesn't really work and your friend must be doing something different.

    In reality, your entries are one hour off for part of the year, which could be screwing up your results. 

    So you might brush aside this very profitable system, when in reality, the problem is not with you or the system...it's with the data!

    You need to have accurate data to get profitable insights.

     

    Laser Accurate Data From a Trusted Industry Veteran

    Adam Hartley Founder of SnapDragon Systems

    Adam Hartley is the Founder of Snapdragon Systems Ltd. and has created trading software for some of the biggest fund managers and institutions in the world.

    His past clients have included Barclays Capital, the Tudor Group (yes, Paul Tudor Jones), Headstart Fund and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

    The bottom line is that he knows what traders need because he is a trader himself and has been building institutional-grade trading software since 1996.

    Data for Adam's Historical Data Service comes from his carefully selected, reliable and trustworthy Forex quote providers. Since you are getting data from just one data source, it is much more accurate than when it comes from data providers who average the prices from multiple data feeds.

    Experience and quality is the difference between Snapdragon and most of the other data providers out there. 

     

    Uploading Snapdragon Historical Data into MT5 is a Breeze

    After you have downloaded the historical data files from inside the members area, simply open History Center inside MetaTrader 5 and upload the file. 

    It's as easy as that!

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    Get Started with Clean MT5 Historical Data Today

    $149 For the First Month + $29 For Updates

    Click the "Add to Cart" Button at the top of this page

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Who would benefit the most from this data?

    This data is for Forex traders who are serious about optimizing their trading strategies. Traders who trade on the four hour and daily timeframes will usually benefit the most from this data.

    Do you provide refunds?

    We do not provide refunds. If we provided refunds, it would be too easy to just sign up, download the data, then get a refund.

    Can I cancel at any time?

    Yes, you are free to cancel your subscription at any time. If you need updated data in the future, simply start up your monthly subscription again. If you cancel, your subscription will still be valid until the end of your current billing cycle.

    How far does the data go back?

    The data goes as far back as 2006.

    What is the smallest timeframe of data available?

    This service provides 1-minute data.

    What markets are covered?

    The currencies are all pair combinations for the eight major FX markets, so all combinations of EUR, USD, JPY, GBP, CHF, CAD, AUD and NZD, making 28 markets in all. In addition there are some CFD markets covering the some stock indices (Dax, S&P500, Nasdaq 100) and commodities (Corn, Copper, Natural Gas, Soyabeans, Wheat and Crude Oil) as well as some precious metals (Platinum & Palladium, Silver, Gold).

    How is the data time-stamped?

    This is an issue that concerns many people when backtesting Forex data, especially for the longer time-frames such as four hour and daily where the time that the bar closes becomes an issue. The basic timestamp is for UK trading but whilst the data timestamp can be shifted at the time that it is loaded into the Forex Tester platform there is the important issue of the two week discrepancy between daylight savings in the US and Europe. As people tend to want two different kinds of solutions to this issue, we supply two sets of data.

    For those of you who are trading H4 and daily time-frames, you'll probably want the Constant New York Close Time. Simply import the data into Forex Tester, shift it forward by +2 hours and you'll get the H4 closes and end of day closes all synchronized to the New York close.

    1. Constant London Opening Time

    With this version, the raw data is adjusted forward by one hour during British Summer Time. This means that the London Opening is always at 8 a.m. UK time. However during the two week divergence the New York close will not happen at 10 pm.

    2. Constant New York Close Time

    With this version the raw data is adjusted forward by one hour during US daylight savings time. This means that the New York open is always at 10 pm UK time. However, during the two week divergence, the London Open will not happen at 8 am.

     

    Stay Ahead of the Competition

    Forex trading is an ultra-competitive game and you are trading against some of the smartest and most cunning people in the world. You need every advantage you can get, to extract consistent profits from this market.

    Being aware of how time-of-day affects your trading systems is one of the simple optimizations that can have a huge impact on your profitability.

    The great part is that it is an easy thing to test, once you have the right data.

     

    Get Started with Accurate MT5 Historical Data Today

    $149 For the First Month + $29 Per Month For Updates

    Click the "Add to Cart" Button at the top of this page

     

     

    $149.00 for first 30 days
    $29.00/30 days renewal
  10. Daylight Savings Adjusted Historical Forex Data
    For MetaTrader 4

     

    MetaTrader 4 is the industry standard software platform for Forex trading. 

    But it's not always easy to get historical data. This data package will help. 

    Here's why having more data matters...

     

     

    See More Support/Resistance Levels

    More historical data isn't just for backtesting. It helps your live trading too. 

    When you have more historical data, you will be able to see historical support and resistance levels that you might have otherwise missed.

    Don't miss out...be prepared and have as much data as possible. 

     

    Accurate Data Can Increase Profits

    Let's say that you have a trading system that is consistently profitable, but you want to find out if there are ways to optimize it. One of the first things I recommend looking for is time-of-day patterns.

    Is there a time of day when trades are taken, that tends to be most profitable? 

    Here is an example of actual results from a round of backtesting that I did with Snapdragon Historical Data. Note the hours that are marked with red arrows.

    Time of day analysis

    They are only one hour apart, but they have very different win/loss ratios. 

    Since I used DST adjusted data, it is very clear that trades should be opened after midnight because the win/loss ratio is much more favorable. 

    If I had used data that was not daylight savings adjusted, these two timeframes would have been blended together.

    So this potentially profitable optimization would have been masked, if I used the standard Forex Tester data. 

    Snapdragon Historical Data gives you the most accurate backtesting results possible.

    Period.

    ...and what if you don't have a profitable trading system yet?

    Well, why not start with the best data right now?

    This way, you can have rock-solid confidence in your backtesting results from day one.

     

    Your Backtesting Results Could be "Lying" to You

    Having correct time-of-day information in backtesting could determine your success or failure. 

    To illustrate how, let's take a look at a theoretical trading system that has the most winners when trades are opened during the start of the New York session.

    The percentage of winning trades by entry time looks like this.

    Optimal trade entry time

    Let's say that you know this because you have a good friend who is a successful trader and these are her verified trading stats over the last 5 years.

    This is fantastic because you have a "head start." You know exactly how to test the system and when to take trades. 

    So you only enter trades setup during the New York open. But when you backtest the system in MetaTrader, you don't get anywhere near the same performance.

    In fact, your results are pretty terrible. 

    This might lead you to think that the system doesn't really work and your friend must be doing something different.

    In reality, your entries are one hour off for part of the year, which could be screwing up your results. 

    So you might brush aside this very profitable system, when in reality, the problem is not with you or the system...it's with the data!

    You need to have accurate data to get profitable insights.

     

    Laser Accurate Data From a Trusted Industry Veteran

    Adam Hartley Founder of SnapDragon Systems

    Adam Hartley is the Founder of Snapdragon Systems Ltd. and has created trading software for some of the biggest fund managers and institutions in the world.

    His past clients have included Barclays Capital, the Tudor Group (yes, Paul Tudor Jones), Headstart Fund and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

    The bottom line is that he knows what traders need because he is a trader himself and has been building institutional-grade trading software since 1996.

    Data for Adam's Historical Data Service comes from his carefully selected, reliable and trustworthy Forex quote providers. Since you are getting data from just one data source, it is much more accurate than when it comes from data providers who average the prices from multiple data feeds.

    Experience and quality is the difference between Snapdragon and most of the other data providers out there. 

     

    Uploading Snapdragon Historical Data into MT4 is a Breeze

    After you have downloaded the historical data files from inside the members area, simply open History Center inside MetaTrader 4 and upload the file. 

    It's as easy as that!

    import-data.jpg.5b039ed02d0ac9c4674cb4880672e77c.jpg

    Get Started with Clean MT4 Historical Data Today

    $149 For the First Month + $29 For Updates

    Click the "Add to Cart" Button at the top of this page

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Who would benefit the most from this data?

    This data is for Forex traders who are serious about optimizing their trading strategies. Traders who trade on the four hour and daily timeframes will usually benefit the most from this data.

    Do you provide refunds?

    We do not provide refunds. If we provided refunds, it would be too easy to just sign up, download the data, then get a refund.

    Can I cancel at any time?

    Yes, you are free to cancel your subscription at any time. If you need updated data in the future, simply start up your monthly subscription again. If you cancel, your subscription will still be valid until the end of your current billing cycle.

    How far does the data go back?

    The data goes as far back as 2006.

    What is the smallest timeframe of data available?

    This service provides 1-minute data.

    What markets are covered?

    The currencies are all pair combinations for the eight major FX markets, so all combinations of EUR, USD, JPY, GBP, CHF, CAD, AUD and NZD, making 28 markets in all. In addition there are some CFD markets covering the some stock indices (Dax, S&P500, Nasdaq 100) and commodities (Corn, Copper, Natural Gas, Soyabeans, Wheat and Crude Oil) as well as some precious metals (Platinum & Palladium, Silver, Gold).

    How is the data time-stamped?

    This is an issue that concerns many people when backtesting Forex data, especially for the longer time-frames such as four hour and daily where the time that the bar closes becomes an issue. The basic timestamp is for UK trading but whilst the data timestamp can be shifted at the time that it is loaded into the Forex Tester platform there is the important issue of the two week discrepancy between daylight savings in the US and Europe. As people tend to want two different kinds of solutions to this issue, we supply two sets of data.

    For those of you who are trading H4 and daily time-frames, you'll probably want the Constant New York Close Time. Simply import the data into Forex Tester, shift it forward by +2 hours and you'll get the H4 closes and end of day closes all synchronized to the New York close.

    1. Constant London Opening Time

    With this version, the raw data is adjusted forward by one hour during British Summer Time. This means that the London Opening is always at 8 a.m. UK time. However during the two week divergence the New York close will not happen at 10 pm.

    2. Constant New York Close Time

    With this version the raw data is adjusted forward by one hour during US daylight savings time. This means that the New York open is always at 10 pm UK time. However, during the two week divergence, the London Open will not happen at 8 am.

     

    Stay Ahead of the Competition

    Forex trading is an ultra-competitive game and you are trading against some of the smartest and most cunning people in the world. You need every advantage you can get, to extract consistent profits from this market.

    Being aware of how time-of-day affects your trading systems is one of the simple optimizations that can have a huge impact on your profitability.

    The great part is that it is an easy thing to test, once you have the right data.

     

    Get Started with Accurate MT4 Historical Data Today

    $149 For the First Month + $29 Per Month For Updates

    Click the "Add to Cart" Button at the top of this page

     

     

    $149.00 for first 30 days
    $29.00/30 days renewal
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