MQL5 Source Codes of Technical Indicators for MetaTrader 5 - 71
MQL5 technical indicators analyze MetaTrader 5 price charts on Forex, as well as stock and commodity markets. Indicators define trend direction and power, overbought and oversold states, support and resistance levels. Underlying mathematical models provide objective assessment of the current market state allowing traders to accept or reject trading system's signals.
You can download and launch offered indicators in MetaTrader 5. The library of indicators is also available directly from MetaTrader 5 platform and MetaEditor development environment.
RSI oscillator with ultralinear and JMA smoothing algorithms.
Reference Fast Trend Line (RFTL).
The fan based on the five T3 moving averages for trend indication.
Moving average indicator based on parabolic approximation of price.
In this MACD histogram the JMA smoothing is used instead of the standard smoothing.
RSI indicator applied to MACD clearly shows the current price divergence.
PCCI (Perfect Commodity Channel Index) is a high frequency part of the price fluctuations normalized using the standard deviation.
This oscillator generates market entry and exit signals based on RSI and CCI indicators.
This indicator solves an issue of the use of digital filters in the client terminal.
The indicator shows the channel based on fractals.
Fast Adaptive Trend Line (FATL) is based on the low frequency digital filter.
The indicator shows the current trend, support and resistance levels.
Colored MACD histogram with the signal line that changes its color according to the trend direction.
Center of gravity is the oscillator developed by John Ehlers and presented in the "Stocks & Commodities" magazine (May, 2002).
The indicator generates market entry signals based on the ADX indicator.
Trend strength indicator based on the Laguerre adaptive filter.
A non-invasive candle time that can be positioned next to price or near a corner.
This trend indicator shows the current trend direction and moments for closing of the opened position.
The indicator plots the Fibonacci retracement levels for a user-defined number of bars.
T3 Moving Average is based on multiple exponential smoothing of price.
Mesa Adaptive Moving Average (MAMA) indicator.
Stochastic Oscillator equivalent with a minimum lag.
Arrows&Curves shows signals to open and close positions.
Fast Trend Line Momentum (FTLM) and Slow Trend Line Momentum SLTM) indicators show the rate of price change.
Chande Momentum Oscillator (CMO) is a technical indicator that attempts to capture the Momentum.
CoeffofLine indicator shows the most likely future price direction (2-3 bars).
Keltner Channel is volatility-based envelopes set above and below an exponential moving average.
Donchian Channels is a volatility indicator based on the calculation of the current price range with using the recent highest and lowest prices.
The indicator that demonstrates the power of price changes entropy.
The "Support and Resistance" indicator shows the support and resistance levels using the Fractals indicator by Bill Williams.
Aroon Oscillator predicts price changes from trend to flat market conditions.
Aroon indicator created by Tushar Chande indicates if a long-term trend is going to an end or just pausing a little before a new movement.
Perry Kaufman's adaptive moving average with indicative signal points.
BrainTrend1Stop is a trend reversal indicator.
BrainTrend1Sig is an indicator for positions opening and closing. It indicates trend reversal points when a price reaches extreme values.
Trend direction indicator BrainTrend1.
BrainTrend2Stop is a trend reversal detection indicator, it is displayed by the stops line. Intersection of the line indicates trend reversal and the time to close previously opened positions.
BrainTrend2Sig is an indicator of the market trends that assigns colors to candlesticks according to the trend direction.
BrainTrend2 is an indicator of the market trends that assigns colours to candlesticks according to the trend direction.
Ergodic DTI-Oscillator (Directional Trend Index) by William Blau.