Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Automatic Support and Resistance Amibroker AFL

Traders are always on the lookout for marking Support and Resistance levels on their charts for identifying the safe entry & exits points of their trades. For those who want to test on how these levels should be identified will greatly be benefitted by the below given automatic support and resistance amibroker afl.

The afl will plot the support and resistance levels on the code based for doing the same and thus would help a trader in visualising these levels. However one should always take the mechanical plottings as only guidelines and should not base their trades solely on these levels. Their personal chart analysis together with the calculated levels will help them to make better decisions.

Automatic Support and Resistance Amibroker AFL
Automatic Support and Resistance Amibroker AFL

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Plot Previous Month Open High Low Close Levels With Amibroker AFL

As with any Time Frame the previous period Open High Low Close levels of the price are very important to note, same is the case with previous month open high low close levels. Many swing traders keep an eye on these levels for targeting their entries & exits as per the behaviour of the price on these levels. Now if you use Amibroker for your everyday analysis of securities then this Amibroker AFL will automatically plot the previous month open high low close levels on the price chart. It can be a useful tool in the end of day analysis.

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Previous Month Open High Low Close Levels With Amibroker AFL

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