Metastock Indicators - The Best

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Old Mar 1, 2004, 8:56pm   #1
 
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Metastock Indicators - The Best

I've been exploring Metastock for weeks now, but still have not finished.

I was wondering, the people that use metastock, what indicators do they use? what expert advisor function do they use? have they got a custom built one?

I'm a day trader but if given a very good indicator for 5 minutes woulg gladly switch.

I would greatly appreciate any comments

Thanks very much
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Old Mar 1, 2004, 9:38pm   #2
 
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aroon.....CMO.....and inertia come readily to mind......
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Old Mar 5, 2004, 8:26pm   #3
 
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Old Mar 6, 2004, 2:12pm   #5
 
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ilia king started this thread Quickpop? Never heard of that. Do you need to download it seperately
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Old Mar 9, 2004, 10:34am   #6
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lol Zambuck

Kwik Pop (I think that's how it's spelt) is a set of proprietary indicators for Metastock and TS.
I think they are fairly expensive - I have no experience using them and have heard mixed reports.
Check www.kwikpop.com
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thanks mark_m...that's a relief...I thought this was something gastronomic...

will check out the link

thanks for that
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Can follow Moving Average Ribbon. Buy above the bar which is not linked to the ribbon. Put stop at 2nd ribbon. And Vice versa. I found it to be a happy & comfortable indicator till you make your own trading system. It keeps you away from the choppy markets.
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Old May 29, 2004, 6:06pm   #9
 
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I am testing the build in Gil Raff expplorer had to put in my own filter sof volume, price and macd

The ADX /PDI/ MDI gives +ve signals and u should look in to that and test
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Old Nov 18, 2005, 8:49pm   #10
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Recently bought Metastock and definitely agree with ajay about the moving average ribbon. Coupled it together with the relative volatility index and they work a treat. If you use the ribbon to either open a short or long position, with the top or bottom bar crossing the bottom or top respectively, the RVI can act as a useful stop measure with a signal set at beneath 25 or above 75 for a 25 day average.
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I've been exploring Metastock for weeks now, but still have not finished.

I was wondering, the people that use metastock, what indicators do they use? what expert advisor function do they use? have they got a custom built one?

I'm a day trader but if given a very good indicator for 5 minutes woulg gladly switch.

I would greatly appreciate any comments

Thanks very much

If you are contemplating 5M then you will need a completely different approach.
You will need a Broker with fast access and an excellent front end linked platform.
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Old Nov 24, 2005, 10:15am   #13
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Re: my previous post, just tested the FTSE 100 and the two don't work so well together. Though it seems to be pretty good for the S&P 500. May work better for bigger indices.
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Old Nov 30, 2005, 10:25pm   #14
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What are some of the reliable indicators for buying or selling from MetaStock?
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Old Dec 14, 2005, 1:52am   #15
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Actually - look at the CS Hybrid Trade Screen. It was originally developed for currency traders, but works on the basis of a fuzzy logic system which is quite complex, but is used to analyse all sorts of statistics (financial and non-financial). The upshot of it is - it's rather good, and especially so for managing risk (e.g. adding or reducing the position every time a new long or short signal comes up. Have a look and see what I mean.
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