This indicator https://www.mql5.com/en/forum may be usefull as well but it is not colored the bars as I know.
Thanks a lot ND! The indicator you recommended is great!
However, it can only show the current distance between a MA and the price. The purpose of BIAS is not only to show the current distance, but also allow traders to compare the current distance with the previous distance, so that traders are easier to deceide whether a trend is near to the end and a rally is coming.
The attached BIAS can do the above function, however I just hope someone can make it to a BAR indicator. You know, I like BAR indicator which I think is much better in terms of showing slight changes.
I am looking forward to seeing a great, nice, kind guy do me a little favor! A million thanks in advance!
if you mean - like in pict; - that's even i can do...
p.s. ...if not...sorry - but you sayed "nice kind guy"!
but why don't you just use macd - more flexibility...
macd from here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178018/page5
[REQUEST] Moving Avarge Envlope
Did anybody have an indicators: Moving Avarage Envlope ? Can you share or give me the link to the Thread have allerady that indicator, please ?
Moving Average Request
Could someone please code an indicator that will allow you to specify values for up to three moving averages. Settings must include Period, Shift and MA type. I often need to plot moving averages and at the moment have to plot them one by one which becomes tiresome. Template wont work as settings sometimes need to be changed. many thanks
the Alligator indicator do that. Comes by default with MT4
"settings sometimes need to be changed" - same thing you'll have with 3in1 indi; plus go through mile long list of options to find and cange just one in such 3in1or 5in1 indi hardly more convenient
you can also use mtf ma 5in1 (mtf thread) - just set timeframes to zero(current tf)
Thanks! Will try that. At least i wont have to load individual indicator 3x
New version(v2.2) of AllAverages is ready.
// List of MAs:
// MA_Method= 0: SMA - Simple Moving Average
// MA_Method= 1: EMA - Exponential Moving Average
// MA_Method= 2: Wilder - Wilder Exponential Moving Average
// MA_Method= 3: LWMA - Linear Weighted Moving Average
// MA_Method= 4: SineWMA - Sine Weighted Moving Average
// MA_Method= 5: TriMA - Triangular Moving Average
// MA_Method= 6: LSMA - Least Square Moving Average (or EPMA, Linear Regression Line)
// MA_Method= 7: SMMA - Smoothed Moving Average
// MA_Method= 8: HMA - Hull Moving Average by Alan Hull
// MA_Method= 9: ZeroLagEMA - Zero-Lag Exponential Moving Average
// MA_Method=10: DEMA - Double Exponential Moving Average by Patrick Mulloy
// MA_Method=11: T3 - T3 by T.Tillson
// MA_Method=12: ITrend - Instantaneous Trendline by J.Ehlers
// MA_Method=13: Median - Moving Median
// MA_Method=14: GeoMean - Geometric Mean
// MA_Method=15: REMA - Regularized EMA by Chris Satchwell
// MA_Method=16: ILRS - Integral of Linear Regression Slope
// MA_Method=17: IE/2 - Combination of LSMA and ILRS
// MA_Method=18: TriMAgen - Triangular Moving Average generalized by J.Ehlers
// MA_Method=19: VWMA - Volume Weighted Moving Average
// List of Prices:
// Price = 0 - Close
// Price = 1 - Open
// Price = 2 - High
// Price = 3 - Low
// Price = 4 - Median Price = (High+Low)/2
// Price = 5 - Typical Price = (High+Low+Close)/3
// Price = 6 - Weighted Close = (High+Low+Close*2)/4
// Price = 7 - Heiken Ashi Close
// Price = 8 - Heiken Ashi Open
// Price = 9 - Heiken Ashi High
// Price =10 - Heiken Ashi Low
As you can see 2 MAs and 4 prices(HeikenAshi) are added.
Moreover color mode is added too.