Admiral Markets upgrades MT4 Supreme, adds new indicator

Admiral Markets upgrades MT4 Supreme, adds new indicator

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The UK forex broker Admiral Markets has added the new Day Session Indicator to its MetaTrader 4 Supreme Edition platform.

It can hide candles generated during night trading times, but still allows the users to continue working with their usual settings and indicators. The broker has also expanded the trading hours of major index CFDs such as DAX30, which allows 24/5 trading, but by using the new day session indicator, users can still see the standard trading hours, should they so prefer.

Users can also create their own time windows for preferred sessions and indices. All they should do to apply the new indicator to the chart is to set up its parameters.

This is how it is done:

1. open indicator and setup parameters;


2. click file; then
3. select open offline; and
4. choose your desired symbol to open it in an offline chart.


Users can change the periodicity displayed in the active chart at any time, which then changes the periodicity in their offline chart as well.


Most templates, indicators and expert advisors can be applied to the offline chart as usual.

The MT4 Supreme Edition is a plugin for the MT4 trading platform that introduces more trading convenience and performance-enhancing tools, such as the Mini Trader, alarm manager, correlation trader, which lets the traders take advantage of correlated pairs and avoid risk, as well as the correlation matrix, which shows the correlation between all currency pairs. The MT4SE also includes a spread indicator, which allows users to see the spread at all times even before opening a live account.

This is the second addition to the MT4SE Admiral Markets has made recently, after it introduced remote computer support for its users running the MT4 and the MT4SE platforms.

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