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Currency Strength Indicator


EdFuk

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Hi all,

 

I'm trying to find a good currency strength indicator for MT4. I downloaded the free momentum meter from forexsignals but it only seems to work with BlueBerry Markets. Can anyone suggest a good one to compare the strength of the 8 major currencies against each other?

 

Many thanks,

 

Ed

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23 hours ago, Caseynotes said:

No problem, if you are still on mt4 there are some downloadable ones from mql5 web site, I have loads but can't load them onto this new forum platform like on you could on the old one however you don't really need a constantly updating one, a periodic check on a web site is usually fine. My preference is probably the one where each currency has it's own line so then a simple case of matching a high one to a low one.

Yes I'm most certainly on MT4 and did download a Currency strength Indicator but it doesn't seem to work, I just get flat lines for all the major currencies. Any ideas?

 

Also, I have the IG apps in MT4 but can't seem to find the correlation matrix. Any ideas where that is?

 

Many thanks,

 

Ed

 

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