Yes sure thanks Big Joe.
Doesn't Update Properly
The indicator ###QQE_Alert_MTF_v5### Doesn't update properly while in MTF mode. Unfortunately it's an EX so I couldn't look at the code.
Can anyone help me to add the alert in this indicator, please?
Would appreciate your help.
The BH does not swing around so much- that is the extremes are smaller but more accurate. When the BH X's it is the real deal- so you have to take notice. Where as the FX Sniper can X and flip back giving you a false signal.
Another interesting factor about the BH is that the slope actually agrees with the trend. If I compare that to FX Snip the contrast is one to take note; also leading me to believe that it is more accurate in that department.
There is not much difference between the mtf and normal version in BH.
I don't think that it is quite time to release our old and trusted friend the FX Sniper. As the old guard continue to use it.
I have changed over for now but will need to test it over various market conditions as usual.
Overall it gets a 10 out of 10 for accuracy.
It has already kept me out of 3 bad trades.
These are initial findings and preliminary obervations: Please do your own thorough research before applying any indicator.
as usual -very informative and thought-over ;
Thanks a lot, Lava!
Signals from lower timeframes
I am running an EA on a H4 chart, but I would like to use an iCustom indicator to generate a signal from the H1 timeframe for entry (ie, I get an initial signal on H4, then refine my entry from another signal in H1).
Is this possible? Or do I need to run the EA on the H1 chart, and check for the higher timeframe H4 signals?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
#MTF Stochastic v. 2.0
I modified it a little bit to display which Stoch is which? Sometime we use 2 different Stoch and we don't know which is which. You can change the font and the size too.
M10, H2, H8 timeframes
My programming skill is limited. Is there anyway you guys can modify "#MTF Stochastic v. 2.0" to simulate M10, H2, and H8 timeframes? That will be cool. Please use the above version.
QQE - what it does, how good, where it used?
3-10 of A/D (lucas1) mtf
Should display the same information, though the levels will indicate lower than the original.
A couple new things you can change:
BarDiff(default 1). Usually when doing the calculations, the difference between the current close and the previous bar close are used. This parameter lets you choose a bar further back if you like, so the calculations might be from the current bar close minus the 5th bar back close instead.
PriceType (default 0). Usually calculations are done on the closing prices. Here you can adjust them to be one of the following:
0=Close, 1=Open, 2=High, 3=Low, 4=Median, 5=Typical, 6=Weighted
That's what Bruce said about the Ergodic indi.