Thanks for your reply.
It makes sense from your explanation. Yet, according to the FSB logic "mirror" rules, I thought it would go short (opposite) if ADX falls and if DI+ falls, qualifying it for the "no/no" observation you indicated. DI+ does fall, but the ADX is rising. I understand though the that the DI is a subcomponent of the ADX, so, it does make sense that the condition is opened and then it take the position of the DI+ mirror logic (falls -- goes short). But this subcomponent rule is not independently calculated; one indicator is up, (the ADX), the other is down (DI+). Both have to be in the same direction according to FSB logic.
Nothing wrong there fortunately. If you look at the signals ADX is giving, there are only 2 kinds of them - yes/yes or no/no. In your case ADX rises, satisfying the logic, and giving a go-ahead for a position to be opened. The reason behind it is in the nature of the ADX indicator - it measures the strength, not the direction. In your strategy ADX confirms trend strength while ADI+ indicates direction.
Let's wander off topic a bit , I see you're doing rather well in strategy development, have you tested strats live as well? If the answer is yes, how are results compared to initial backtests?
Nothing live at the moment. But my objective is to develop strategies, port them over to FST, trade them with MT5 to zulutrade, first as demo, then live. However, the 10 signal providers already I have on my demo zulu have done better than I have anticipated on a 100:1 account, using fxtrade.oanda.com as a hedge account.
If there are FST on zulutrade, it'd be greate to know about them!