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Forex Expert Advisors
Written by: PaxForex analytics dept - Tuesday, 07 July 2015 0 comments
An expert advisor (EA) is a software program that analyzes data and provides a trader with buy and sells recommendations that fit within the trader’s strategy. Much like a trader, an expert advisor analyzes historical data and forecasts future price movements using this data. Unlike a human trader, expert advisors are able to integrate a huge amount of data and process it very quickly for the purpose of forecasting.
Forex expert advisors are computer programs which take and execute trading decisions of trading strategies or trading rules coded or designed into it. You can use automated trading systems in advanced platforms of forex brokers. There will be a trading strategy consisting of trading rules designed into an automated trading system. Automated trading systems will find trading signals according to the trading strategy given in it and then will execute trading signals automatically.
From a psychological point of view, the forex expert advisor is irreplaceable. A trader decreases the responsibility for decision-making, and the trades
become less stressful. The trader does not need to have an in-depth knowledge of technical and fundamental analysis, since all the calculations are already included in the program. Besides, the advisor is able to handle the trading signals even when the trader is absent from the workplace.
Most advanced automated trading systems are expensive to buy or present itself as a package with a few prerequisites to respect. The operator must invest in the creation of the commercial infrastructure that includes one or more Internet computer high-speed backup and other power systems. Also set the rules of rights and using the correct settings can be a little difficult.
It is very difficult to get an automated trading system to read and decipher fundamental data, such as economic and political events. Hopefully the result of the event is impeded in the price action and then the automated trading system can read it. A sudden extreme event that quickly reverses the market direction can cause an automated trading system to get stopped out, and/or enter too late in the new direction.