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This indicator gives buy and sell signal.What do you fink?Is there  any better software out there to give quality signals, for real traders?.Please advise which auto signal generator provides good trading ideas.


I want to discuss forum gurus!  Dis software does automated  technical analysis and prints arrows, it was given to me by my grandmother to suck eggs.


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There are 333  indicators in my collection, indicators provide signals, they provide useful conformations .Some of my advanced custom indicators provide trading signals, these signals are given to automated traders software.The automated trader software EAS execute the signals.


Here is an example of price action signals indicator , it reads price action and gives a signal.This type of indicator anylysis is very useful




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That is not enough, the more indicators are provided, the more confused the small fish become, the more confused the small fish . the more money the sharks make.


The more analysis paralysis indicators and tools , the bigger the buckets of fish meat for the sharks.


The more confused they are , the more education on trading courses we buy.:smileylol:

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The idea is to make the small fish believe ,they are clever, they keep doing the same thing over and over again.Once they believe they are right , you lead them to the shark tank.


As long you you can't see the benefits of indicators, this is what the Sharks want you to believe, playing in shark infested waters is easy.

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