their indicator forecasts this most likely short-term cost movement based on complicated mathematical calculations.
- Estimation of the current cost movement;
- The calculation of the current trend;
- Calculation of the most important support along with resistance lines;
- The algorithms are optimized for performing complex mathematical calculations using minimal consumption of system tools;
- Self-adaptation to get the best outcome and, consequently, the ability to work on almost any symbol (even the most exotic) and interval;
- Compatible with any MetaTrader platform regardless of the amount of digits in quotes and other parameters;
- Compatibility with any other instrument (indicator, Expert Advisor or script) without compromising the performance of the terminal and slowing down the speed of trading operations.
Most of the standard indicators commonly used in trading strategies are based on fairly simple calculations. This does not mean that at the time of their creation there were no outstanding mathematicians in the world (in fact, there were probably more of them then than now). It’s just that in those days there were no computers or their power was not enough to consistently perform complex mathematical operations. These days, any smartphone far exceeds the capabilities of the computer, which was considered the most powerful a few decades ago. Thus, the processing of a large amount of information in our time is not a significant limitation, except for the most complex modeling processes.
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The Advanced Price Movement Predictor (APMP) indicator uses state-of-the-art computing power to analyze price fluctuations using advanced mathematical, statistical, and probabilistic methods.
APMP does not make forecasts on its own, since the price movement is a non-stationary random process and, therefore, cannot be predicted. However, it provides a dynamic and very reliable estimate of the current price movement.
Using the above calculations, APMP shows the real current trend. What does a real trend mean? And what’s wrong with the other indicators? Don’t they show a real trend? We are used to determining the current trend using classic indicators such as moving averages, Bollinger Bands or Parabolic SAR, or simply drawing a line (or two parallel lines) between two or more extremes.
Of course, these traditional indicators and drawing methods are still relevant and popular among traders, but can they bring a stable profit? Unlike abstract methods, we are endowed with intuition. This indicator will allow you to improve or correct your trading system, or completely abandon it, because, as you will see for yourself, even the most chaotic behavior, which includes price movement, is subject to large numbers and is limited by mathematical laws.