CCI Expert Advisor


System: Metatrader 4 Need default Metatrader indicator: CCI Timeframe: H1 Currency pair: EURUSD Limits by accounts: No    Broker account: any Type of trading: Middle-term automated tradingOptimization and forward period: 2015-2017Neural network: lightNumber of signals using in trading: 6 Moneymanagement: yesUsing with other EAs: yesBroker account: anyMax. spreads allowed: 2.1 (21)TakeProfit and StopLoss: automatic.Size of TakeProfit or StopLoss: from 30 till 200 pips depending on signals from robotTime of trading: adjustableLots: 0,01 – 100VPS or Laptop: need 24/5…

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System: Metatrader 4 
Need default Metatrader indicator: CCI 
Timeframe: H1 
Currency pair: EURUSD 
Limits by accounts: No 


Broker account: any 
Type of trading: Middle-term automated trading
Optimization and forward period: 2015-2017
Neural network: light
Number of signals using in trading: 6

Moneymanagement: yes
Using with other EAs: yes
Broker account: any
Max. spreads allowed: 2.1 (21)
TakeProfit and StopLoss: automatic.
Size of TakeProfit or StopLoss: from 30 till 200 pips depending on signals from robot
Time of trading: adjustable
Lots: 0,01 – 100
VPS or Laptop: need 24/5 online

The CCI, or Commodity Channel Index, was developed by Donald Lambert, a technical analyst who originally published the indicator in Commodities magazine (now Futures) in 1980.
The CCI compares the current price to an average price over a period of time. The indicator fluctuates above or below zero, moving into positive or negative territory. While most values, approximately 75%, will fall between -100 and +100, about 25% of the values will fall outside this range, indicating a lot of weakness or strength in the price movement.
When the CCI is above +100, the price is well above the average price as measured by the indicator. When the indicator is below -100, the price is well below the average price.
A basic CCI strategy is to watch for the CCI to move above +100 to generate buy signals and move below -100 to generate sell or short trade signals. Investors may only wish to take the buy signals, exit when the sell signals occurs and then re-invest when the buy signal occurs again.