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ok, can u post it for NT6.5

Please go to https://futures.io/journals-daily-charts-chart-reading/3514-perrys-trading-platform.html#post34459 , you have all the templates and all the indicators. Use template perry02. Again read the wholwe thread, all the info is there including numerous charts and examples.

 
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tickvix,

I do not use JeffAdx.
See attachment for all indicators, and setups for ForceIndex and DMplus specifically.

dear perry

im a little confused can you please send me the latest snaphot of your settings of ForceIndex and DMplus the current correct settings after dmplus v3a5as the post on page 17 is a bit confusing

regards
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dear perry

im a little confused can you please send me the latest snaphot of your settings of ForceIndex and DMplus the current correct settings after dmplus v3a5as the post on page 17 is a bit confusing

regards
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The setup on page 17 https://futures.io/journals-daily-charts-chart-reading/3514-perrys-trading-platform-17.html#post42296 is the setup I use to this day. What is comfusing, it is straight forward and written out for you. You have the exact snapshot of the how each indicator is setup

 
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After a bit of fudging around with creating Easy Language versions of these indicators, I started using the methods on posts 71 and 72 last week. First trading on a sim account, then making profit on a live account trading IWM (200 shares/trade).

I don't have the angle indicator ported yet nor do I have a murrey math indicator for Tradestation, but I use the TDSetup support/resistance and floor trader pivots indicators. Those really help a lot. I have included a screen shot from Friday's sessions with IWM. The yellow and cyan dots on the graph represent the long and short signals from the two methods, respectively. Smaller dots for the more frequent first method and larger dots for the less frequent second method.

I have noticed that there are times when the rules give valid signals, but really should not be taken. For example, when a signal to go short using method #2 is present, the +DM is above the -DM (see the attachment at 12:30ish. The large cyan dot indicates represents a short entry for method #2. However, notice that the +DM is above the -DM). They seem to lead to false signals and I ignore these. Granted, I may have coded my indicator incorrectly, but I may filter these out programatically. Has anyone else noticed this?

I use this system primarily for entries while watching a tick chart for price and volume action.

Perry, thanks for your work on this.

Regards,
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Nice work @cbritton, I hope you will share the EasyLanguage code with futures.io (formerly BMT) - you can upload it here:

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I will indeed. I will add some comments in the code for reference prior to uploading.

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After a bit of fudging around with creating Easy Language versions of these indicators, I started using the methods on posts 71 and 72 last week. First trading on a sim account, then making profit on a live account trading IWM (200 shares/trade).

I don't have the angle indicator ported yet nor do I have a murrey math indicator for Tradestation, but I use the TDSetup support/resistance and floor trader pivots indicators. Those really help a lot. I have included a screen shot from Friday's sessions with IWM. The yellow and cyan dots on the graph represent the long and short signals from the two methods, respectively. Smaller dots for the more frequent first method and larger dots for the less frequent second method.

I have noticed that there are times when the rules give valid signals, but really should not be taken. For example, when a signal to go short using method #2 is present, the +DM is above the -DM (see the attachment at 12:30ish. The large cyan dot indicates represents a short entry for method #2. However, notice that the +DM is above the -DM). They seem to lead to false signals and I ignore these. Granted, I may have coded my indicator incorrectly, but I may filter these out programatically. Has anyone else noticed this?

I use this system primarily for entries while watching a tick chart for price and volume action.

Perry, thanks for your work on this.

Regards,
-C

You may have coded incorrectly, as the signal at 12:30, large dot CANNOT be a Short according to the rules.

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You may have coded incorrectly, as the signal at 12:30, large dot CANNOT be a Short according to the rules.

Here's the code for going short. I cut out the long but the logic is the same. Have a look, please. Hopefully, it's something minor I overlooked.

 
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inputadxLength(5), forceLength(13), offset(0.003);
 
// use the offset for the display of the point (above or below the bar).
//   Use a small value like 0.0002 for 6E and a larger value like 0.1 for TF
 
variables
    
oDMIPlus), 
    
oDMIMinus), 
    
oDMI), 
    
oADX), 
    
oADXR), 
    
oVolty) ;
 
// 5 EMA    
value5 XAverage(close5);
 
// 20 EMA
value20 XAverage(close20);
 
// force
value1 XAverage(((close-close[1])*volume), forceLength);
 
// adx
value2 DirMovementHLCadxLengthoDMIPlusoDMIMinusoDMIoADXoADXR,  oVolty ) ;
 
// long conditions removed for brevity
 
// short condition
// 1. The EMA(20) - the coloured line - must be going DOWN. Colour = RED
condition10 value20 <= value20[1];
 
// 2. The EMA(5) - the black line - must have gone UP at least 2 Bars or more.
condition11 value5 value5[1] and value5[1] > value5[2];
 
// 3. The setup bar must be a red candle
condition12 close open;
 
// 4. From the Setup bar, count 5 bars backwards including the setup bar.
// 5. The Highest Low of the last 5 bars including the setup bar must be less than the EMA(20)
condition13 highest(low5) < value20;
 
// 6. ENTER the trade 1 tick/pip below the setup bar
value31 low;  // use this to display the entry on the chart
 
// 7. Confirm that ForceIndex = RED
condition14 value1 value1[1];
 
// adding the last condition the ADX, which is to avoid the chop 
// 8. ADX > +DM or ADX > -DM
condition15 oadx >= oDMIPlus or oadx >= oDMIMinus;
 
// all these conditions must be met for the setup bar to be valid
if condition10 and condition11 and condition12 and condition13 and condition14 and condition15 then begin
    Plot2
(low offset"P2");
end else NoPlot(2); 
Regards,
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Here's the code for going short. I cut out the long but the logic is the same. Have a look, please. Hopefully, it's something minor I overlooked.

 
Code
                            
inputadxLength(5), forceLength(13), offset(0.003);
 
// use the offset for the display of the point (above or below the bar).
//   Use a small value like 0.0002 for 6E and a larger value like 0.1 for TF
 
variables
    
oDMIPlus), 
    
oDMIMinus), 
    
oDMI), 
    
oADX), 
    
oADXR), 
    
oVolty) ;
 
// 5 EMA    
value5 XAverage(close5);
 
// 20 EMA
value20 XAverage(close20);
 
// force
value1 XAverage(((close-close[1])*volume), forceLength);
 
// adx
value2 DirMovementHLCadxLengthoDMIPlusoDMIMinusoDMIoADXoADXR,  oVolty ) ;
 
// long conditions removed for brevity
 
// short condition
// 1. The EMA(20) - the coloured line - must be going DOWN. Colour = RED
condition10 value20 <= value20[1];
 
// 2. The EMA(5) - the black line - must have gone UP at least 2 Bars or more.
condition11 value5 value5[1] and value5[1] > value5[2];
 
// 3. The setup bar must be a red candle
condition12 close open;
 
// 4. From the Setup bar, count 5 bars backwards including the setup bar.
// 5. The Highest Low of the last 5 bars including the setup bar must be less than the EMA(20)
condition13 highest(low5) < value20;
 
// 6. ENTER the trade 1 tick/pip below the setup bar
value31 low;  // use this to display the entry on the chart
 
// 7. Confirm that ForceIndex = RED
condition14 value1 value1[1];
 
// adding the last condition the ADX, which is to avoid the chop 
// 8. ADX > +DM or ADX > -DM
condition15 oadx >= oDMIPlus or oadx >= oDMIMinus;
 
// all these conditions must be met for the setup bar to be valid
if condition10 and condition11 and condition12 and condition13 and condition14 and condition15 then begin
    Plot2
(low offset"P2");
end else NoPlot(2); 
Regards,
-C

The EMA(5) - the black line - must have gone DOWN at least 2 Bars or more.

You have coded it going UP.

 
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The EMA(5) - the black line - must have gone DOWN at least 2 Bars or more.

You have coded it going UP.

Right. This is for the second method, which you have rule #2 as this:

2. The EMA(5) - the black line - must have gone UP at least 2 Bars or more.

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