Advanced Technical Analysis Webinar


Technical Analysis is a method of evaluating securities by analyzing statistics generated by market activity, such as past prices and volume.
Technical analysts do not attempt to measure a security’s intrinsic value, but instead use charts and other tools to identify patterns that can suggest future activity.
Technical analysts believe that the historical performance of stocks and markets are indications of future performance.

This Webinar will held on August 17th at 11:00 AM UK Time for 2 hours.

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Technical Analysis for Beginners Webinar



Technical analysis is a method of evaluating securities by analyzing statistics generated by market activity, such as past prices and volume.

Technical analysts do not attempt to measure a security’s intrinsic value, but instead use charts and other tools to identify patterns that can suggest future activity.

Technical analysts believe that the historical performance of stocks and markets are indications of future performance.

This webinar will be held on August 10th at 11:00 AM UK Time for 1 hour.

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Move Cross Expert Advisor


Move_Cross is a powerful VertexFX client-side Expert Advisor that identifies and trades in cyclical markets as well as trending markets.

 One of the advantages of this Expert Advisor is that it distinguishes both trending and cyclical markets and hence has a higher success rate since it knows when the market transitions from sideways to trending (and vice-versa) and protects profits appropriately.

 The concept behind the Move_Cross Expert Advisor is using RAVI indicator (Rapid Adaptive Variance Indicator), in conjunction with break of the High and Low of the recent bars. It uses multiple time-frames, namely Daily, Hourly and 1-Minute.

ENTRY RULES for BUY (LONG) Trades 
• BUY trades are disallowed before Monday 7 am. 
• If a BUY position is already open, the rules for BUY entry are not checked. 
• If a SELL position is already open and a BUY signal is generated, then the SELL position is closed first and then the BUY trade is opened. 
• In the first step, we calculate the RAVI of 2 and 24 period Simple Moving Average (SMA) of the Open price on H1 period. If this value is less than zero, a Weightage of 10 is assigned. 
• In the second step, if the High of the previous candle and two candles ago on the Hourly chart is greater than the current Bid plus 5 pips, then the Weightage is increased by 7.
• On the 1-minute chart, if the High of the candle is greater the current Bid plus 5 pips, then the Weightage is decreased by 50. This step is repeated for the recent 12 one-minute candles.
• If the Close of the previous 1-minute candle is greater than the current Bid plus 5 pips, then the Weightage is increased by 50.
• If the High of any of the recent fourteen Hourly bars is greater than current Bid plus 45 pips, then the Weightage is reduced by 50.
• Finally, if the Weightage is greater than 50, then a BUY signal is triggered.
ENTRY RUES for SELL (SHORT) Trades 
• SELL trades are disallowed before Monday 7 am. 
• If a BUY position is already open and a SELL signal is generated, then the BUY position is closed first and then the SELL trade is opened.
• In the first step, we calculate the RAVI of 2 and 24 period Simple Moving Average (SMA) of the Open price on H1 period. If this value is greater than zero, a Weightage of 10 is assigned.
• In the second step, if the Low of the previous candle and two candles ago on the Hourly chart is lesser than the current Ask minus 5 pips, then the Weightage is increased by 7.
• On the 1-minute chart, if the Low of the candle is lesser the current Ask minus 5 pips, then the Weightage is decreased by 50. This step is repeated for the recent 12 one-minute candles.
• If the Close of the previous 1-minute candle is lesser than the current Ask minus 5 pips, then the Weightage is increased by 50.
• If the Low of any of the recent fourteen Hourly bars is lesser than current Ask minus 45 pips, then the Weightage is reduced by 50.
• Finally, if the Weightage is greater than 50, then a SELL signal is triggered.
TRADE EXIT CONDITIONS
• A trade is closed when the stop-loss is hit if the parameter StopLoss is configured.
• A trade is closed when the take-profit is reached if the parameter TakeProfit is configured.
• A trade is closed when the trailing stop-loss is hit if the parameter UseTrailingStop is configured.
• An open BUY trade is closed if an opposite SELL signal is triggered. Likewise, an open SELL trade is closed if an opposite BUY signal is triggered.
Configurable Inputs 
1. MoneyManagement– Specifies whether money management rules should be enabled or not. If TRUE then the lot-size of each trade is calculated based on TradeSizePercent and StopLoss. If set to FALSE, then the lot-size specified in Lots is used.
2. UseTrailingStop– Specifies whether trailing stop should be used or not.
3. TradeSizePercent –Specifies the maximum risk per trade based on which the lot-size is calculatedif MoneyManagement is set to TRUE.
4. Lots –Specifies the lot-size of each trade if MoneyManagementis set to FALSE.
5. MaxLots –The maximum number of lots that can be opened by this Expert Advisor.
6. StopLoss – The stop-loss of each trade opened by the Expert Advisor in points.
7. TakeProfit – The profit target of each trade opened by the Expert Advisor in points.
8. MarginCuttoff –The Expert Advisor will stop trading if the equity drops below this amount.
9. Slippage –The maximum allowed slippage in points.
To use Move Cross expert advisor download it from here, then place it at

 VertexFX VTL directory: C:\ProgramData\VertexFX Client Terminals\"Company name"\VTL10\Local VTL Scripts

Then right click on the tree and select refresh or restart your client station and you will find under VTL local scripts in your client terminal.


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Dots Indicator


Dots indicator is a VertexFX client side VTL indicator that displays the current direction of trend by placing colored dots on the required chart.

 Blue dots indicates an uptrend, and red dots indicates downward trend.

Although the Dots indicator does not base its calculations on standard indicators, but it uses a function called Moving Average (MA) for its calculation, depending on the price specified by the user (Open, Close, High, Low, Typical, and so on).

 The calculation is based on the cosine of the angle of price changes. Traders can change several input parameters from the parameters of the VTL. Input parameters: Length (default = 10) - the period of the indicator. The higher the value, the greater the time lag, but the fewer false alarms shows. AppliedPrice (default = PRICE_CLOSE) - price type for use in the calculation. Filter (default = 0) - a useful option to filter the spikes in prices without adding delays in the display. Deviation (Default = 0) - indicator moves vertically. Shift (Default = 0) - indicator moves horizontally. NBars (Default = 200) It determines the number of bars on which to build the indicator.

 Advice: The recommended strategy - wait for 2 completed bars and place the position in the direction of the trend.

To use Dots Indicator download it from here, then place it at VertexFX VTL directory:
C:\ProgramData\VertexFX Client Terminals\"Company name"\VTL10\Local VTL Scripts

Then right click on the tree and select refresh or restart your client station and you will find under  VTL local scripts in your client terminal.

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xPoints Indicator


xPoints indicator is a VertexFX client-side indicator that predicts the possible reversal points. The concept behind this indicator is based on the fact that some time before the turn of the price there are so-called bars X-points, in which rate=(High-Low)/MathAbs(Close-Open) more than 1. If rate more than 1 and low touches the lower border of the channel (price increasing is possible) or High touches the upper border of the channel (price decreasing is possible), then then the indicator gives a signal to buy or sell.
To filter false signals, the indicator analyzes the bar following the X-point to detect at least small price movement in the predicted direction, and it detects the positions of middle points of bars as related to the mid-channel and to each other. The appearance of the red arrow indicator gives a signal to sell to the level of profit at the opposite border of the trading channel, and the appearance of the blue arrow signals the opening of the transaction for the purchase.
Trade is conducted only in the direction of the trend that is visually determined by the slope of the channel. The testing revealed another interesting feature of the ixndent parameter - it can be used to accurately calculate the opening moment. For example, open short positions when the price is above the arrow and vice versa, which provides an approximation of the opening to the point of a local extremum.
Description of the main Indicator input parameters: per (default = 3) - parameter, which is responsible for the period of construction of the shopping channel. This value must be adjusted empirically for each currency pair separately; xrate (default = 1.5) - minimum ratio. This parameter is responsible for the anti-aliasing, and the higher it is the more accurate the signals are fed to the opening position; xsize (default = 5) - the minimum height of the bar (High-Low); xslope (default = 0) - minimal increment of the next bar. Indicator input parameters: per=3; - channel building period xrate=1.5; - minimal rate xsize=5.0; - minimal bar height (High-Low) extern double xminupdn=10.0; - minimal channel width xhour1=9; - minimal hour, from which signals are allowed (inclusively) xhour2=19;- maximal hour, up to which channels are allowed (inclusively) xindent=15; - signal indent from the chart (it can be used for StopLoss, too)
To use xPoints Indicator download it from here, then place it at VertexFX VTL directory:
C:\ProgramData\VertexFX Client Terminals\"Company name"\VTL10\Local VTL Scripts

Then right click on the tree and select refresh or restart your client station and you will find under  VTL local scripts in your client terminal.

You can check this video that talks about xPoints Indicator:

Auto Traders Free Webinar


The various benefits of automated trading make it a helpful tool for traders and technical analysts, but it is essential to consider that certain of Auto Traders fail.
For example, if the connection to the server is lost, due to any issues like internet connection disconnection, or power failure, or any other issues, traders has to manually fix the problem, and sometimes positions fails to be placed or SL/TP are not placed.
That’s why VertexFX have overcome this issue by having the server side VTL to overcome all these issues and not being affected by them to keep the Auto Traders hosted on the broker server for free, to execute trades and place SL/TP according to traders and technical analysists rules.

This Webinar will held on Thursday, June 15th at 11:00 AM UK Time for 2 hours.

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ATR Ratio Indicator


ATR Ratio (Average True Range Ratio) is a VertexFX Client Side VTL Indicator. It plots the ratio between a long-term ATR and a short-Term ATR.

 ATR is a measurement of market volatility, when the price trend is strong, ATR values rise and consolidation is marked by low ATR values. ATR ratio shows the present market volatility in relation to long term market volatility.

It is calculated by dividing the short term ATR with Long term ATR. ATR Ratio above one indicates the current market volatility is higher. How to Use ATR Ratio Indicator The ATR ratio indicator does not generate trading signals, it is a confirmatory indicator. When a new trend begins, usually the indicator value climbs above one. Identify the direction of the trend from chart with the help of moving averages or trend lines and then initiate trades when the ATR ratio indicator climbs above one. The image shows a short trade setup.

After a consolidation, price breaks below the moving average. As you can see in the area highlighted by vertical box, price remains below the MA and ATR ratio climbs above one. This is the ideal time to open a short trade. When the ATR ratio falls below one and stays there, it is clearly telling that the trend has lost momentum.

 Open positions can be closed when this happens, and wait for the next breakout. Parameters ATR Ratio can be customized through the parameters. Long Term ATR Period and Short Term ATR period are defined by the parameters. Default values are 7 and 49. To change the parameter values, open the script in VTL editor by right clicking on the indicator name in navigator and select edit. The script is now opened in the VTL editor.

Parameters are located at the top of the script file. Change the parameter values, save and compile. Apply again to chart for the new parameter values to take effect.

To use ATR Ratio  indicator download it from here, then place it at VertexFX VTL directory:
C:\ProgramData\VertexFX Client Terminals\"Company name"\VTL10\Local VTL Scripts

Then right click on the tree and select refresh or restart your client station and you will find under  VTL local scripts in your client terminal.

You can check this video that talks about ATR Ratio indicator: