cTrader Forex indicators

Below you can find a list of free cTrader indicators you can download from our website. You can use them in your cTrader platform for analysis or to generate trading signals in combination with other indicators. All indicators have open-source code, providing you with the opportunity to modify and customize them as you wish.

Market Profile — a classic market profile indicator created specifically for Forex. It supports intraday, daily, weekly, monthly, and custom trading sessions.

QQE — a cTrader version of the Quantitative Qualitative Estimation (QQE) oscillator with multi-timeframe (MTF) capability, alerts, and arrow signals.

Schaff Trend Cycle — an indicator that displays the double smoothed stochastic of the MACD lines calculated in cycles. Offers an improved version of the oscillator for the trend detection. Developed by Doug Schaff. The indicator supports alerts.

Traders Dynamic Index — indicates trend direction, market volatility, and trend strength in a separate window of the cTrader chart. It is handy in many trading styles — long-term and scalping. Read the commentary in the code to learn to use it (it is very easy actually!).

Var Mov Avg — indicator is based on the calculating of moving averages of the varying periods. It detects crosses that produce buy/sell signals as well as current trend indication. This indicator has a sound alert on signals, which can be turned on and off.

You will need a trading account with one of the cTrader Forex brokers to download the platform and use the indicators.

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