CCI Strategy using Stochastic and WPR

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CCI Strategy using Stochastic and WPR


CCI Strategy using Stochastic and WPR

Author: eMoe


This strategy uses a modification of the standard logic of CCI indicator usage. In addition to the CCI Indicator, it watches the values of the Stochastic Indicator (%D Line), and the WPR indicator. Instead of opening positions when CCI crosses a level (100 or -100), it opens the Sell positions when CCI crosses the Stochastic %D from above, and Buy positions when it crosses the WPR from below. I am using the default periods.

P.S.: This wasn't my own idea. Many thanks to black.







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No Member Photo by autoversicherung... posted Thursday, October 28, 2010
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It took me a long time to search on the web, only your site open up the fully details, bookmarked and thanks again. - Kris
No Member Photo by Uvitt posted Tuesday, August 03, 2010
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Hi! I already did!!!
I can hedge a position in manual, just with strategy doesn't work :-/
Thanks anyway...

Regards
No Member Photo by eMoe posted Tuesday, August 03, 2010
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Hi!
I don't have any problems with hedging. I think that you should contact with your broker and ask if hedging is available for you (on your system).
Best regards!

No Member Photo by Uvitt posted Monday, August 02, 2010
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Hello eMoe,

Thanks for the strategy, I tested it, and it was working quite well, but when I started to use in real I realize that instead to hedge a position it close the previous opposit one,
Have you got the same problem before?

Would appreciate for a reply.

Uvitt
No Member Photo by eMoe posted Tuesday, March 02, 2010
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I have added trailing stops to this strategy. See the script: http://www.actfx.com/Download50092.aspx
No Member Photo by eMoe posted Thursday, February 25, 2010
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Dear kesk, when you select 1 lot, this means that every time when a new position will be opened, the amount of this position will be 1 lot. In order to limit the number of positions that can be opened by a strategy, you need to use several additional conditions in this strategy.
No Member Photo by Multiple position... posted Wednesday, February 24, 2010
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Thanks for the strategy. I am running this one on a 1min time frame and selected 1 lot size.

I see that, it opens many positions(8 in all) and many more orders are waiting(4) to open.

What I want is only 1 order open at any one time and only when the signal crosses the other side, another order to be opened.

Which part of the code opens the multiple positions.

I am a programmer, but this new language is difficult to understand.

Would appreciate for a reply.

kesk



No Member Photo by Charley posted Wednesday, December 30, 2009
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This is a really crazy idea. But it works not so bad!
No Member Photo by bobby posted Tuesday, December 29, 2009
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Thanks so much! Looks like the idea works! :-)
No Member Photo by Pasha posted Friday, December 25, 2009
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Cool! Thanks eMoe!
Always happy to see an update in this Library!!


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