Multi Timeframe Indicators - page 1122

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
yoppy:

yes..thas is moving average...but in my moving average have level.... look like this...

Levels in the built in moving averages are simply bands at nnn points distance. You can use any moving average that has that type of bands
yoppy
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yoppy  
mladen:
Levels in the built in moving averages are simply bands at nnn points distance. You can use any moving average that has that type of bands
ok mladen...thank's u...
tampa
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tampa  

Chart mtf


Files:
Chart MTF.ex4 186 kb
syk1kz
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syk1kz  

i have done most of the work for the request i put up here -> https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173574/page748

 

This is my first ever attempt at making an indicator let alone MTF so please do not judge to harshly.

 

i-BJF-MTF-MA_1 = original indicator

i-BJF-MTF-MA_2 = my modded MTF version 

 

i have attached both the original indi source code i used to create MTF. i have a small problem or maybe misunderstanding on my part

 

1) the indicator shows multiple moving averages from multiple timeframes (EG: 10sma daily + 10sma 4hourly + 10sma hourly)

2) the indicator is showing all lines ok and cmpiling gives zero errors & zero warnings

3) the lines do not match the original indicator when telling it load 10sma daily + 10sma 4hourly + 10sma hourly

4) the lime line is the 1H 10sma + the pink line is the 4H 10sma + yellow line is the DAILY 10sma.

5) why on top indicator (original NON MTF) is yellow line much higher than in my MTf version on bottom window? (see attached picture)

6) you see original (NON MTF) indi has both 1h(lime) + 4h(pink) under the daily(yellow)  but my MTF does not. ( see picture)

7) checking values in top left corner one by one everything matches values from MTF indi VS original indi

 

can someone please explain what i have done wrong here? 

Files:
pavaka
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pavaka  
nice name..../WTF?! .png
syk1kz
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syk1kz  

i fixed the file.

 

if anybody want it then download the attached copy. if you want the original file used to create this then goto 2 posts above this post.

 

this creates an indicator window and allows you to output  3 different MA's from 3 different ( or not ) TF.

 

EXAMPLE: show the 10day sma plus the 10week sma and the 4hourly 50sma all inside a window 

 

*EDIT* i removed the bugged version from the previous post so people dont use it. 

Files:
myname
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myname  
syk1kz:

i fixed the file.

 

if anybody want it then download the attached copy. if you want the original file used to create this then goto 2 posts above this post.

 

this creates an indicator window and allows you to output  3 different MA's from 3 different ( or not ) TF.

 

EXAMPLE: show the 10day sma plus the 10week sma and the 4hourly 50sma all inside a window 

 

*EDIT* i removed the bugged version from the previous post so people dont use it. 

Why don't you use simple mtf and then as many instances as you want?
jose
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jose  

Hi All,

is there more indicators, EAs... for create seconds chart (5 s, 10s, 30s...)?

Because i used flexi chart 2.0 and flexi chart 1.1 and not run in Oanda and Fxpro, so maybe there is more indicators, EAs for this propose.

 

Thank you very much! 

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
messi86:

Hi All,

is there more indicators, EAs... for create seconds chart (5 s, 10s, 30s...)?

Because i used flexi chart 2.0 and flexi chart 1.1 and not run in Oanda and Fxpro, so maybe there is more indicators, EAs for this propose.

 

Thank you very much! 

Since the ticks does not need to be generated in any time interval, in cases of very short intervals a lot of bars would be artificial bars (bars that actually never had any ticks generated at all). Also, since it would have to use a strict timer (to ensure that bars are generated on each nnn seconds), it would have : to be unnecessarily complicated for cases when ticks in between those intervals are generated, or to ignore those ticks completely (which would mean that anything attached to such a chart would not be aware of new ticks). All in all, without brokers having that type of data, any solution would bear a set of serious problems to use that type of data
jose
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jose  
mladen:
Since the ticks does not need to be generated in any time interval, in cases of very short intervals a lot of bars would be artificial bars (bars that actually never had any ticks generated at all). Also, since it would have to use a strict timer (to ensure that bars are generated on each nnn seconds), it would have : to be unnecessarily complicated for cases when ticks in between those intervals are generated, or to ignore those ticks completely (which would mean that anything attached to such a chart would not be aware of new ticks). All in all, without brokers having that type of data, any solution would bear a set of serious problems to use that type of data
Thank you very much for your reply mladen!!