Just looking back at M5 chart how redline (money flow) collaborated with KOR one2one predicted a safe short...
Thank you for sharing!
PS. look at bs harmonic & thv trix for further agreement.
Which pair? A chart or some detail would help.
Originally Posted by Paul
Sorry, Also I didn't want to detract from the core of this thread namely the one2one EA...
(Which I haven't managed to get working yet) But have a look at these screenshots..
Late In THe Day
Here is my last trade of he week.
Not Based on any of the aforementioned 'Indys'
Only on reality price action.
Reversal around 1.3150
You need the xpmail.dll in experts/libraries if you want the email screenshots to work for the one2one ea
can't upload it here due to restrictions but you can download it from
Originally Posted by joswald
EURUSD entry and trail stop
This EURUSD entered then moved to breakeven at 50% to target before carrying on to tp. You'll probably notice the takeprofit in this trade is based on the ABCD even though a 50 is there. It actually found both the ABCD and 50, though it should be favouring the 50 pattern if it finds both. Just a small bug in the EA I'm working through at the moment.
As you can see, price moved to profit well within the time/fan fib (exitzone)
Last edited by fridaystreet; 03-04-2012 at 12:43 AM.
Sorry anyone know how to keep image size when uploading or is it restricted?
General Example of Time/Fan fib exitzone
This isn't a trade by the EA, it's just an example of the exitzone and how the rules of the EA work so you can profit off patterns even when they fail. This almost made it to TP, but just no cigar! The EA could have exited on the pSAR trail in profit, or at the exitzone.
It appears to be working, but just haven't had the volume of trades to really confirm. If anyone fancies testing the exitzone even in manual trading, would appreciate any feedback.
Last edited by fridaystreet; 03-03-2012 at 11:05 PM.
Use this free software (rightload(dot)org) to fast upload it to imageshack and put image link from rightload into the input where you attach the image.
This is a full HD resolution image, you can right click and open in new page to see it in full.
Nice thread and sorry for off-topic!
Last edited by kopaszn; 03-03-2012 at 10:21 AM.