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    cTrader Polynomial Regression Trade Helper


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    This cTrader Polynomial Regression Channel Auto-Trade Helper is a very useful robot which will automatically open and close the trades for you when the price breaches the middle, inner or outer PRC bands. It has been built to compliment your existing trading system using the PRC indicator and works for you when you are away from your computer so you do not need to spend many hours waiting for your trade signals. It is not a fully automated trading robot and will require human interaction to manage market events.

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    Polynomial Price Channels is a great tool to show you the overall direction a price is heading for a specific duration of your choosing and this will allow you to see the big picture that many traders tend to ignore. With this auto-helper robot, you can make sure that you never miss a trade opportunity while you are away from your workstation, even though the robot will automatically open positions as well as close them on profit targets it is to be used as a semi-automated trading system and will require the trader to get involved with managing positions.

     

    cTrader Polynomial Regression Automated Trading 

     

    The image above shows where the robot helper opened a short position when the price touched the outer PRC band.

     

    What Is a Polynomial Regression (PRC) Indicator?

    The word PRC stands for Polynomial Regression Channel. This is a regression indicator that is used on charts. A linear regression indicator draws a straight line of best fit on a chart. The PRC indicator applies the polynomial function to the linear regression functions to adapt itself to market flow. Since they are regression bands that self adjust for volatility.

     

    How Does Polynomial Regression Work?

    In statistics, polynomial regression is a form of regression analysis in which the relationship between the independent variable x and the dependent variable y is modelled as an nth degree polynomial in x. Simply put polynomial regression is an attempt to create a polynomial function that approximates a set of data points. With polynomial regression, the data is approximated using a polynomial function. A polynomial is a function that takes the form fx ) = c0 + cx + c2 x2 ⋯ cn xn where n is the degree of the polynomial and c is a set of coefficients.

     

    How Does The Robot Open Positions?

    You will see on the chart above 5 channel lines, the middle line is the average of the symbol price and the 2 lines above and below the middle line are the inner and outer bands as described above, the idea is that the trader will already have a manual system that they use for trading using this indicator and they wish to automate the opening of the trades.

     

    Take Profit Targets

    You can automatically close positions with a profit by trailing he PRC indicator bands, you have the option of the middle, inner or outer band, the example below shows a middle band target together with the pip distance.

     

    cTrader PRC Take Profit Targets

     

    High-Impact News Event Management - Free £9.99

    The markets can be very unpredictable, but one area that we can help is to allow you to configure the trading robot to close any open positions and not trade before, during and after a major high-impact news event.

     

    Parameter Settings Explained

    All the settings for this robot are explained on the product support page by following the link below, this should help you get started.

     

    Looking for Trade Alerts Instead?  

    If you wish to also receive alerts when the price reaches the PRC bands then you may be interested in the cTrader Polynomial Regression Channel Trade Signal Indicator, this is a separate product.
     
     
     ClickAlgo Live Demo
     
     

    The video has been uploaded to 1080p High Quality, so do not forget to set your U-Tube video quality to 1080p HD. 

    Duration: 20-minutes

     

     

     

    Product Help & Support

    If you need help with installation and how to use this product, visit the support page.

    Visit The Product Support Page

     

    Helpdesk Support

    If you cannot find the help you need on the product support page then submit a support ticket.

    Submit a Support Ticket

    Polynomial Price Channels is a great tool to show you the overall direction a price is heading for a specific duration of your choosing and this will allow you to see the big picture that many traders tend to ignore. With this auto-helper robot, you can make sure that you never miss a trade opportunity while you are away from your workstation, even though the robot will automatically open positions as well as close them on profit targets it is to be used as a semi-automated trading system and will require the trader to get involved with managing positions.

     

    cTrader Polynomial Regression Automated Trading 

     

    The image above shows where the robot helper opened a short position when the price touched the outer PRC band.

     

    What Is a Polynomial Regression (PRC) Indicator?

    The word PRC stands for Polynomial Regression Channel. This is a regression indicator that is used on charts. A linear regression indicator draws a straight line of best fit on a chart. The PRC indicator applies the polynomial function to the linear regression functions to adapt itself to market flow. Since they are regression bands that self adjust for volatility.

     

    How Does Polynomial Regression Work?

    In statistics, polynomial regression is a form of regression analysis in which the relationship between the independent variable x and the dependent variable y is modelled as an nth degree polynomial in x. Simply put polynomial regression is an attempt to create a polynomial function that approximates a set of data points. With polynomial regression, the data is approximated using a polynomial function. A polynomial is a function that takes the form fx ) = c0 + cx + c2 x2 ⋯ cn xn where n is the degree of the polynomial and c is a set of coefficients.

     

    How Does The Robot Open Positions?

    You will see on the chart above 5 channel lines, the middle line is the average of the symbol price and the 2 lines above and below the middle line are the inner and outer bands as described above, the idea is that the trader will already have a manual system that they use for trading using this indicator and they wish to automate the opening of the trades.

     

    Take Profit Targets

    You can automatically close positions with a profit by trailing he PRC indicator bands, you have the option of the middle, inner or outer band, the example below shows a middle band target together with the pip distance.

     

    cTrader PRC Take Profit Targets

     

    High-Impact News Event Management - Free £9.99

    The markets can be very unpredictable, but one area that we can help is to allow you to configure the trading robot to close any open positions and not trade before, during and after a major high-impact news event.

     

    Parameter Settings Explained

    All the settings for this robot are explained on the product support page by following the link below, this should help you get started.

     

    Looking for Trade Alerts Instead?  

    If you wish to also receive alerts when the price reaches the PRC bands then you may be interested in the cTrader Polynomial Regression Channel Trade Signal Indicator, this is a separate product.
     
     
     ClickAlgo Live Demo
     
     

    The video has been uploaded to 1080p High Quality, so do not forget to set your U-Tube video quality to 1080p HD. 

    Duration: 20-minutes

     

     

     

    Product Help & Support

    If you need help with installation and how to use this product, visit the support page.

    Visit The Product Support Page

     

    Helpdesk Support

    If you cannot find the help you need on the product support page then submit a support ticket.

    Submit a Support Ticket