This is a combination of indicators and timeframes, the logic for opening trades is based on the agreement between 3 Hull moving averages which are each on their own timeframe. The closing logic is by Target point, Stop Loss, Trailing Stop Loss (Trail AI (Trail has its own logic in relation to signal reverse)), Break Even Stop Loss, Close by Profit, Close by signal reverse. There is options for stacking a new order on top of a previous order if previous order is in profit. The USER is able to adjust all the settings for the indicators, Lot size, closing rules and the stack gap. This can be run on any pair within the MT4 platform and is FIFO compliant. This MT4 file will not be configured correctly if run on default settings. The USER must run backtests within their own MT4 enviroment to find settings to best suit their chosen Pair & Broker. After backtesting and finding profitable results to use, then run those setttings on a demo account, if the profitability is the same as the backtesting then switch to Live Auto-trading. The USER is expected to know how to run the EA on a MT4, how to install MT4 file, how to backtest. Tech support available but most info is abundantly available on the Internet for self teaching. User is expected to have experience with Trading in general.

Hull Moving Average. Alan Hull developed Hull Moving Average in 2005 in his quest to create a moving average that is "responsive to current price activity while maintaining curve smoothness". Hull claims that his moving average "almost eliminates lag altogether and manages to improve smoothing at the same time".

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