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This is a discussion on add alerts and arrows within the Trading tools forums, part of the Trading Forum category; My opinion - stay with system by trying to improve the rules and get experience with trading the system....

          
   
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    My opinion - stay with system by trying to improve the rules and get experience with trading the system.
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    yes i do this every time

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    convert in 600+ indicator

    hello
    pls anyone here to convert this indicator in 600+mq thanks in advance
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    Both indicators work perfectly in version build 670

    Quote Originally Posted by lion of gail View Post
    hello
    pls anyone here to convert this indicator in 600+mq thanks in advance

    Good night all

    Hello mr. lion of gail

    The two indicators compiled perfectly in the build 670 version of MT4

    Check that you have loaded on bar charts

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    a greeting

    FHTrading

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    but yet not work for me????
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    hello every one
    i want to know that ETF manager have authority trading in intraday with ETF fund ???? ETF mean exchange traded fund thank in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by lion of gail View Post
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    i want to know that ETF manager have authority trading in intraday with ETF fund ???? ETF mean exchange traded fund thank in advance
    I do not know sorry ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by newdigital View Post
    I do not know sorry ...
    u r in this filed so long time but u dont know i surprise

    now how to know tell me

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    ETFs have a wide range of liquidity. Some funds are constantly traded, with tens of millions of shares per day changing hands, while others trade only once in a while, even not trading for some days. There are many funds that do not trade very often. This just means that most trading is conducted in the most popular funds. The most active funds (such as SPY, IWM, QQQ, et cetera) are very liquid, with high volume and tight spreads. In these cases, the investor is almost sure to get a "reasonable" price, even in difficult conditions. With other funds, it is worthwhile to take some care in execution. This does not mean that less popular funds are not a quality investment. This is in contrast with traditional mutual funds, where everyone who trades on the same day gets the same price.

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    i find it on wiki
    i get my answer

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