I've had a number of enquiries about the progress of converting eWH to MT5 so, for the record: it's just about complete now. There are a few little MT5 gremlins that need to be hammered but, for the most part, it's working very well and is a lot quicker to load than the MT4 version, thanks to the way MT5 deals with indicator buffers. To make the most of this feature, I've had to change the histogram to binary colours, unlike the MT4 version which uses four colours.
I'll be working on some minor tweaks, in the coming weeks but if you'd like to be an early adopter, I'll be offering an extended licence until the final version is released.
Whilst testing eWH on my ICM account, I've noticed that there are now quite a lot of Crypto instruments available for trading. The above pic is for DOGE on the M1 chart today - a rather nice rally, I'm pleased to see (not as nice as SHIBA has been these past couple of weeks - I'm super happy with that one).
Here's eWH in action on Binance - a nice rally from 38% correction and a Gartley ...
Bitcoin - well, back in July there was a buy setup from the 50/62 correction zone (where the algos love to trade, apparently) and price went to the target zone 1, plotted by eWH. Is it really a surprise that price went there and that it reversed from that point? Not really - that's exactly the sort of trade that we look for all the time, in the Skype group; the higher timeframe target zones are the subject of every day's analysis, as they offer the higher R:R trades.
It's about time that we saw a nice range of Cryptocurrencies on MetaTrader and I'm very happy to be able to use eWH with them; even ,more so now that the MT5 version is working.
I'll do another blog post when the final version of eWH for MT5 is released but if you're keen to start using it, for your Crypto / Forex / Indices / etc. trading, you're very welcome to be an early adopter. The add-ons like ABC123 and Wave Finder will be converted in the next few months, if all goes well.