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12-01-2010, 03:30 PM #1
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Murrey Math Line X
Murrey Math Line X MetaTrader indicator — a pivot line indicator that will definitely help every trader that know how to trade with support, resistance and pivot lines. It displays 8 different lines (with possible additional lines) on the main chart, helping you to find the best points to sell, buy and exit the positions. You can download this indicator for MT4 and MT5 platforms.
* P (default = 64) — period in bars or in other periods (set by MMPeriod), on which the lines will be calculated. The lower is the number the more current but less accurate calculations will be.
* MMPeriod (default = 1440) — a basic period in minutes (60 — for hourly pivots, 1440 — for daily pivots, 10080 — for weekly and 43200 — for monthly); if greater than zero, indicator will use P amount of MMPeriod minutes to calculate its lines. If zero, indicator will use P amount of the current chart bars to calculate its lines.
* StepBack (default = 0) — a shift back for calculating the lines (in the current bars or in number of MMPeriod (if set) minutes).
* Other parameters — affect only visual parameters of the lines.
It's easy to use Murrey Math Line X. 0/8P and 8/8P lines are the ultimate resistance and support lines — they are very hard to break. 1/8P and 7/8P lines are weak support and resistance lines, but if the price stopped near them, it will reverse and change direction. 2/8P and 6/8P lines are strong reverse points. 3/8P and 5/8P are the bottom and the top of the average trading range respectively; it is very likely that the price will either pierce this range fast or will remain inside it for a long time. 4/8P is a major support and resistance line; sell and buy when the price crosses it for a certain profit. The blue arrow marks the final calculated bar
12-01-2010 03:30 PM # ADS
11-29-2011, 07:49 PM #2
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Just wondering if any one who trade use this indicator regularly? Me. I don't use this one. I don't make things complicated. I just use a simple indicator and really work for me just fine. But Its still good to use this one. Just to add some information. Especially if your regular indicator have inclusive report.
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