The idea is that I put 2 horizontal lines on chart marking SR levels at which price is between. Then run a script to set 2 pending orders, buy on upper line and sell lower with SL on the other line. Would you know any script which could do this?
The Trendline EA from Tipster functions great, however you'd need 2 charts to set the impending
orders together with the EA.
I attached it to 2 EURUSD H1 charts and still nothing happens. I obtained lines but it states Check lines - they aren't in correct loions. Are those traces set with default values and I change them to whatever I want? Sorry for all those questions but I did not find clear description of this.
I attached it to 2 EURUSD H1 charts and nothing happens. I obtained lines but it says Check lines - that they aren't in correct loions. Are those lines set with default values and that I change them to anything I would like? Except for those questions but I did not find clear description of it.
The idea is that I put 2 flat lines on chart marking SR levels where price is between. Then run a script to place 2 pending orders, buy on top and market lower with SL on the other line. Do you know any script which could do this?
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