We are happy to announce the 2.0 version of our indicators. From now on our indicator package is a more complete solution for professional and traditional trading because we added the most requested and long-awaited indicator and feature:
True S/R Level Indicator is released: this indicator draws all support and resistance levels on the main chart with more advanced algorithm than the fractal based
solutions. It has multi timeframe ability, alert functions, candle body or high/low option, line chart and offline chart compatibility and much more. More details, settings and
screenshots on the True Support and Resistance Level Indicator page.
Backtesting ability for all indicators: from now on all indicators contain this function what you may know from the True Trendline indicator. If the auto-scroll is disabled in MT4, and the Auto Refresh is disabled in the indicator's settings too, you can scroll back the chart, and the "[TrueTL] Calculate" script will draw all past trendlines until the last visible candle (Example Video).
New Trailer Video:
You can find the changelog on the UPDATE page where our customers can download the latest versions. You can find all of our FREE and paid indicators on the INDICATOR page.
New version of free products are released.
Unlike the previous releases this update doesn’t include new features. We only made some minor speed and stability improvements for all free
products (included the new FREE Infoboard EA).
We added the Switchable Stepless function to our trendline and divergence indicators: with this switcher you can enable or disable the interpolation if you would like to
see the exact higher timeframe's data.
Check the changelog on the UPDATE page where our customers can download the latest versions.
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