Call For Coders
It’s still too early to publish my latest CIX full version – there’s some code cleanup to do.
But if anybody would like to backtest our EA prototype based on CIX data, I’ve got something to offer: the Offline Version of CIX 4.3.
It works like this: I equipped the full version with a csv export interface, that dumps timestamps as well as all CIX readings in a comma delimited file. The offline version imports these files (several timeframes and indicator settings to choose from) and displays them on screen – see large pic.
The output buffers: 8 currency specific strength values, and 8 slope values, see small pic.
CS calculation is basically the same as my latest public CIX version, just tuned for higher reactivity. Slope calculation is done by a linear regression over the individual strength lines.
So if anybody is interested to start some backtests based on currency strength and post information about the strategy used and the results, just reply. I can also assist you in implementing the offline CIX in your EA.
I think it would be good to collect some more ideas about how to integrate CS in our strategies on a detailed level, so I’m hoping for some prompts and some interesting results.
CIX full version will be published later, may still take some days from now on.
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