s/he must be post on wrong thread.
here is link to that thread
So many things that it is sometimes hard to find if something exists or not. Thanks
Asymmetry indicator :
Those using Supertrend non-repaint indicators, would like to hear how your trades are going. Anyone?
But not posting about that now .
The main problem (in my opinion) with it was the "oversensitivity" since all it is looking for is a slope of linear regression value (LSMA == linear regression value). This version is a possible way to avoid that "oversensitivity" and ads a kind of a filter on it that might help in avoiding "insignificant" changes.
Hi mladen.. this indi looks so damn similar to Fxsmooth.. am I right??
Or vice versa (since linear regression (or lsma) was invented way before "fxsmooth")
Some more info of the first version you can find here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/180514/page34 and here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/180514/page34
The indicator was made to show what "fxsmooth" actually is except that this one is upgraded in order to make it a bit more useful with a filtering channel and does not "rush" into showing a new trend as the "fxsmooth". "Fxsmooth" simply shows the slope of a linear regression value
Hi mladen, could you share indicator which show daily candle as on the right of your chart?
Thanks in advance.
Latest version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178698/page5
Actually you can get the values of the line buffers and check if one has a valid value. It helps to have the source code to know which buffer has what color and what value is used for the other buffers when they should have no value, usually 0 or EMPTY_VALUE.
I have used this method for BBands when the display show different colored lines, one buffer above price and the other below price.