Topic: Olhc vs tick
I noticed that the data FSB Pro uses is based on 1 minute bars; there is no option for tick. Do all indicators in FSB work based on the open price of the bar? What about the case of a trailing stop, SL, Tp and the like does it only look at the opening of the bar to determine these things, so if there was a 100 pip move and your SL would have gotten hit the strategy generator will not see this and thus generate different results than tick testing or demo/live trading? Or is the code it generates supposed to use hidden SL,TP, TS that are only based on the bar open? It seems like the code generated does indeed ontick() which creates additional noise that corrupts the indicator values and creates a disparity between FSb pro and MT5 results. Seems as though oftentimes there is no correlation to the performance shown in FSB vs the actual performance in demo or strategy tester based on ticks (but there is a close correlation when 1M OLHC is used). Is there a workaround to force MT5 to only look at the bar, or is it not possible because some of the indicators (third party or otherwise) depend on ticks? Some of the indicators specify "new bar" While others say "use previous bar value".