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Winning Forex Scalper Indicator For MT4

    The Winning Forex Scalper indicator for Metatrader 4 analyses price action and transforms the chart into a powerful buy/sell scalper.

    The indicator works the best on the M1, M5 and M15 charts during the most volatile trading sessions.

    For maximum performance, use it on the lower spread currency pairs.

    Buy & sell signal:

    • A buy signal is given when the blue signal line appears on the chart.
    • A sell signal is given when the red signal line appears on the chart.
    • Reverse the open position when an opposite trading signal appears on the chart.

    From our testings, the indicator does not repaint and works for any currency pair and time frame without slowing down the trading platform.

    It can be used as a standalone technical tool or it can be combined with other technical indicators and trading strategies.

    Try first on a demo account until you fully understand how this indicator works!

    Free Download

    Download the imacol.mq4 indicator file (MT4)

    Indicator Chart Example

    The picture above shows the indicator attached to the U.S. Dollar / Japanese Yen chart.

    How to install the Winning Forex Scalper indicator to your Metatrader 4 platform?

    • Download the imacol.mq4 indicator file here and save it to your computer
    • Open your Metatrader 4 platform
    • Click on “File” (top menu) and then select “Open Data Folder” from the drop down menu
    • Click on “MQL4” and open the “Indicators” folder
    • Paste the indicator file in this folder
    • Restart Metatrader 4 and you’re ready to start using the indicator

    How to edit the indicator?

    • Attach the indicator to any trading chart of your preference
    • Right click in the chart and select “Indicators List” from the drop down menu
    • Select the indicator from the list and click on “Edit”
    • Now you can start editing the indicator (Inputs, Colors and Visualization)
    • Final step, click on the “OK” button to save the new configuration