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New Day Session Indicator for MT4 Supreme 2016.04.19

April 19, 2016 12:36

Dear Trader,

The ultimate trading platform just got better with our new Day Session Indicator.

That's right, MetaTrader 4 Supreme Edition just added more muscle.

The Day Session indicator can hide candles generated during night trading times, but still allows you to continue working with your usual settings and indicators.

We just increased the trading hours for major index CFDs like DAX30, so now even the CFD based on the German index can be traded 24/5. But if you only want to see the standard trading hours in your chart - the Day Session Indicator has you covered there too.

You can also create your own time windows for sessions like DAX30 Xetra, from 09:00 to 17:30 CET.

By default, the indicator is set to display the regular DAX30 session from 08:00 to 22:00 CET.

To apply the indicator to the chart, simply:

1. open indicator and setup parameters;

2. click file; then
3. select open offline; and
4. choose your desired symbol to open it in an offline chart.

You can change the periodicity displayed in the active chart at any time, which then changes the periodicity in your offline chart as well.

And don't worry - you can still apply most templates, indicators and expert advisors to the offline chart as usual.

Sincerely,

Admiral Markets


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