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     Analitikdemo is a demo version of the Analitik program .

Analitik is a program for analyzing and testing financial instruments on the Metatrader5 platform. The object of the analysis is the sequence of price changes of the Bid and Ask ticks. The program can be useful for developers of scalping expert advisors and strategies, those who work on the news. 

The demo version differs from the full version with fewer filters and strategies. The analyzed period is one-the current trading day and the two previous days. The ability to organize a trailing stop is disabled in strategies. The program does not work in the Strategy Tester. Like the full version, the program is placed in the Experts folder of the terminal and installed on a real or demo account.

When loading the program, an array of ticks for the financial instrument on which the program is installed is filled in for the current period. The analyzed period is 4 trading days. During this period, impulses are determined – a series of consecutive ticks that represent the price movement up or down over a short period of time. The 20 strongest impulses are formed in the Top20 table.

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Each pulse from the Top20 can be viewed as a time chart of Bid and Ask prices. To do this, move the cursor to the corresponding line and press the left mouse button. A panel with a Bid and Ask price chart will appear to the right of the table . The panel has 4 control buttons.

100-show the pulse and the next 100 ticks

1000-show the pulse and 1000 next ticks

Grid-enables / disables the grid.

Test-pulse testing (more about the tests will be discussed below).

To go to the previous and next period, use the keys < and > in the table header.

In the upper-left corner of the table is a cell labeled Deviation, and under it is an editable field. This deviation is the permissible deviation from the direction of the pulse as a percentage of the pulse value. Let’s say the program found an impulse at which the price increased by 50 points, the deviation – 10. If there are now one or more ticks that lower the price by no more than 5 points, the momentum will still be considered upward.

The user is given the opportunity to use up to 3 pulse filters that set the maximum and minimum value of one of the pulse parameters. To activate the filters, move the cursor to the name of the filter – Filter1, Filter2, etc. Press the left mouse button. To change the filter parameters, click the button below the filter name. Assigning filters:

  Filter1 – The number of ticks in the pulse

 Filter2 – Price change in the pulse

Filter3 – Pulse duration in seconds

After changing the deviation and filters, it is necessary to recalculate the pulses. To do this, use the Recalc key on the right side of the table header.

The generated pulses from the Top20 can be tested individually or all together. First you need to select and configure a strategyAt the top of the table there are four cells with the names of the strategies-Strategy1 and Strategy2.. To select a strategy, move the cursor to its name and click with the left mouse button. Momentum testing involves opening positions or placing pending orders.

Strategy1-Opens a position against the direction of the momentum.

 Strategy2-Opens a position in the direction of the pulse.

In both strategies, you can set Stop Loss and Take Profit, the values of which can be determined in points or as a percentage of the momentum value. The test results are given in the form of the number of points in plus or minus. To set the parameters, press the Inputs key under the strategy name. A single test is performed by pressing the Test key on the pulse graphic panel. Group testing is performed by pressing the TopTest key at the top of the screen. The results of the group test are displayed in the Test column of the pulse table.

                 All attached screenshots explain how the full version works. The demo version is missing some of the graphical and control elements.


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