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Thread: Need explanation about volatility

  1. #1
    wuTesSa
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    Please inform me how to see big volatility with MT4. I need to recognize minutes, when floating spreads are widening. I saw once one indior. I exchange with spread. Also violency means particular, full candles?

  2. #2
    wuTesSa
    Guest
    Thanks, but I was talking about violency. And I want to trade on volatile moments.

  3. #3
    Hello Vaidass, I am sorry but I do not believe the term'violency' exists in trading, a google search of the word with forex only shows up this thread.

    Here's a disperse monitor you can use to see when spreads are widening.

    If you would like a volatility indior to show when the market is starting to make larger moves, then use expanding Bollinger Bands or the ATR with a moving average on it such as at the pic.

    And System32, that ADR pic of currency pairs is years old, the current ranges are much, much less.
    https://www.forexforum.co.za/attachm...2568117566.mq4
    https://www.forexforum.co.za/trading...newbi-log.html

  4. #4
    wuTesSa
    Guest
    Thanks for indikator! I hope it works on my fixed spread broker. It works

  5. #5
    Hold on, if your broker feeds you mended spread prices, the spread monitor will end up level, since the spread is fixed, so to use it correctly you'll need to use it to an account with no fixed spreads.

  6. #6
    wuTesSa
    Guest
    Yes, It remains flat. Who knows broker, in which demo account you can utilize floating spread?

  7. #7
    Well, the broker standard would be to supply floating spreads, it is uncommon to present spread.

    I will not single out any broker however any of the brokers listed from the broker thread would have floating spreads with demo accounts where it is possible to test the spread tracking thought.

  8. #8
    wuTesSa
    Guest
    Thanks.

  9. #9
    The expression in question does not exist and apart from that, most brokers do offer demo accounts, so you can do a dry run on a single prior to opting for a account.

  10. #10
    Gaxxesuvorsak
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    Yes, demo account is a good choice, would you tell me that demo account is not difficult to use? Many thanks.

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