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This is a discussion on Supply and Demand zones within the Trading tools forums, part of the Trading Forum category; These one seems very nice breakout indicators. I did backtesting but it disappear some times otherwise its really excellent have ...

          
   
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    These one seems very nice breakout indicators. I did backtesting but it disappear some times otherwise its really excellent have very good signals...

    any advice to prevent in to false signal. special the one which is disappearing...

    thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by newdigital View Post
    I found SUpRes_Breakouts indicator (which is based on Support and Resistance (Barry)1 indicator - both should be in indicator's folder compiled. SUpRes_Breakouts indicator should be attached to the chart :


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    DarvasBoxes_v3 600+ indicator is on this post. This version is for the build 600 and above

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    Quote Originally Posted by newdigital View Post
    I found SUpRes_Breakouts indicator (which is based on Support and Resistance (Barry)1 indicator - both should be in indicator's folder compiled. SUpRes_Breakouts indicator should be attached to the chart :


    Attachment 3582


    Attachment 3583
    I have added both to indicators Folder & compiled both then added the Supres_Breakouts indi but nothing appears on the charts. Is this from an older build? If so, does any have the indis for the newer mt4 builds?? I think I'm currently on Build 1010

    Thank you

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    Thank you for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGMan View Post
    I have added both to indicators Folder & compiled both then added the Supres_Breakouts indi but nothing appears on the charts. Is this from an older build? If so, does any have the indis for the newer mt4 builds?? I think I'm currently on Build 1010

    Thank you
    Those two indicators from this post?

    I compile those two indicators in MetaEditor (for MT4 build 600+) and it works:

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    SUpRes_Breakouts indicator is using support and resistance (barry)1 indicator so both indicators should be in indicators' folder and compiled in MetaEditor.

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    Icustom SupDem

    Hi Master,

    Please advice me how to use icustom SupDem.mq4 to get the price of Supply & Demand ?


    BR,

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    Coding question about SupDem for MT4 600+ ?
    Supply and Demand zones

    It is for Igorad I think.
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    Your Bond Strategy For 2019

    What might 2019 hold for the bond markets and how should you invest for it?

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    The U.S. bond market in 2019 is getting perhaps a bit more interesting for investors. Yields aren't enticing by historical standards. Yet, they are higher than they have been for much of the decade given we're currently closer to 3% than 2% on Treasury 10-year bonds. Plus, if we truly are at the top of the cycle as the markets, and yield curve, seem to be suggesting, then perhaps bonds will form a more important part of your portfolio in 2019.

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    First off, a quick reminder on what determines returns to a bond investment. First off, the current yield. This is, in a sense, your baseline. If you buy a bond with a current yield of 3% and essentially nothing happens over the coming months and years, then you'll earn 3%. But it's important not to fixate on current yield alone. On top of that initial yield there are two other things to consider that can move prices over the shorter term.

    So for, 2019 fixed income yields in the U.S. are potentially better than for some years over the last decade, but remain muted by historical standards. If you have confidence in a continuing expansion, then shorter-term bonds with some credit risk may make sense. If you see a recession coming, then intermediate government bonds may be the better move. If you are unsure, then various exchange-traded bond funds track the broader market without forcing you to take a view on specific market moves.

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