FRZ MA+RSI EA uses moving average crosses and RSI to enter into trades along with many other conditions to filter out false signals. EA has an inbuilt choppy market filter and also you can set the time duration during which the EA should work. Optionally, you can use the martingale lot resizing as well. The EA works on any pair on any timeframe.

How to install:
1. Copy and EA to the MT4 Expert folder.
2. Refresh/restart MT4
3. Load the EA on the selected pair/s
4. Change the settings if necessary


Setting explanations
1. Lot size => Here you can set the lot size. Please make sure the lot size is in line with your deposit. Do not have large lot sizes if you have a small deposit.

2. Multiply Lot Size after losing trade => You can set the martingale lot sizing here. If you don’t need martingale, then keep this as “1”.

3. Max Lot Size => This is useful if you have martingale; if the martingale makes the lot size more than the size mentioned here, then the trade will not be taken.

4. Lower MA Period => This the lower MA period considered for MA cross

5. Higher MA Period=> This is the higher MA period considered for MA cross

6. Take Profit => TP is set as a multiplier of ATR at the time of entering the trade (not in pips). For instance, if the ATR was 15 pips at the time of the trade and here you have entered 2, then your take profit would be 30 pips.

7. Stop Loss => SL is also set as a multiplier of ATR.

8. Breakeven % of TP => Breakeven is set as a % of the TP (Not in pips)

9. RSI Above Level to Buy=> Buy trades will only be made if the RSI is above this level

10. RSI Below Level to Buy=> Sell trades will only be made if the RSI is below this level

11. Max Spread (Pips) => this is the spread filter. If the spread is more than what is specified here, no trades will be taken.

12. Trading Start/End Time => Here you can have a time filter for the EA. For instance, if you want the EA to run during a particular market  session (E.g. London), you can simply set the start and end time accordingly. Please note the time given are based on broker’s server time (i.e. MT4 time).