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Forex Widget 
The Forex Widget is a completely customisable indicator, for MT4, that displays:-

  • Tick value 
  • Spread
  • Bid Price
  • Ask Price
  • Time left to bar close
  • Average Daily Range (ADR) for your selected number of days
  • ADR High and Low lines
  • Risk, in lots, for your selected pecentage risk and stop size
  • AIMS Pips - the distance between upper and lower fractals (AIMS Levels)

Update: 13th April 2012 new additions: -

  • Symbol name
  • Local Time
  • Broker Time
  • Time Zone 1 
  • Time Zone 2

Update: 20th April 2012: -

  • Added Weekly Range
  • Fixed bug with the ADR Lines

Customisable options, for full control over the way you like your data displayed:-

•Select as much as little of the above options - just chose the one, if that's all you need
•Window - main price window or any sub-windows, to display the Widget
•Which of the four corners of the chart you'd like to display the data
•Whether or not you want the rectangle background and what colour you want it
•Font type
•Text size - label and data specified separately

You can load the Forex Widget several times, if you want to display the data in different parts of the chart or change the formatting of some data.

We plan to update this indicator with some more options in due course, so please visit again to check on progress.

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