Multi Timeframe Indicators - page 168

BigJoe
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BigJoe  

FXBS,

Do you have others "R-Squared" indicators ?

Like it very much.

fxbs
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fxbs  

just same as v1 posted in lr-trend

https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178384

BigJoe
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BigJoe  
fxbs:
just same as v1 posted in lr-trend https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178384

All right !

Thanks

Goinglite
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Goinglite  
fxbs:
xpma mode6

6 T3MA - require "T3MA"indicator

xpma calls ind."T3MA" to work - so it as good as T3MA

if you want to use xpMA with other T3 ind., for example "T3.Lnx"

change line 168 of "xpMA_v2_SATL_FATL"

buffer = iCustom(NULL,0,"T3MA",MA_Period,T3MA_VolumeFactor,0,i);[/PHP]

to

[PHP]buffer = iCustom(NULL,0,"T3.Lnx",MA_Period, 0,20,20,100,0,MA_AppliedPrice, 0,i);
or provide "totally bug free" T3 (standalone) - we will include in xpMA as a standard

Is there a way to also add the JMA from the NK package?

Goinglite

fxbs
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fxbs  

JMA in xpMA - authentic NKositsin version

if you have installed NK's Library (not everybody has) - it contains dozens of JMAs - just use directly from the library

fxbs
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fxbs  

max range mtf (ADTR thread) https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178392

description (in the code)

//| Gives the maximum and minimum values for given number of bars. |

//| You can set a limit value so that if the (absolute) value is |

//| below this limit then histogram bars are red, otherwise green. |

//| |

//| GreenLimit: Limit for green bars in histogram |

//| NumbOfBars: Number of bars starding from the current bar and |

//| including the current bar. |

//| OnlyMax: If true, then only maximimum value for the current |

//| bar is shown. |

//| OnlyMin: If true, then only minimum value for the current |

//| bar is shown.

extern int GreenLimit=75; // limit for green bars in histogram

extern int DarkGreenLimitOffset=30; // Offsetlimit from GreenLimit for darkgreen bars in histogram

// If GreenLimit = 75 and DarkGreenLimitOffset = 20

// then DarkGreenLimit = 95. If <= 0 then not in use.

extern int NumbOfBars=15; // including the current bar PaleGreen LimeGreen

extern bool OnlyMax=false;

extern bool OnlyMin=false;

Files:
TheRumpledOne
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TheRumpledOne  

I looked at this code MaxRange_mtf.mq4 but I do not understand the reason it is considered an MTF indicator.

Would someone please explain.

Thank you.

EDIT:

I think I misunderstood what a MTF indicator is! It looks like what you mean is it will accept the time frame as an input. I thought a MTF was an indicator that DISPLAYED multi time frames like FerruFX's indicator!! Is that it?

hiachiever
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hiachiever  
TheRumpledOne:
I looked at this code MaxRange_mtf.mq4 but I do not understand the reason it is considered an MTF indicator.

Would someone please explain.

Thank you.

EDIT:

I think I misunderstood what a MTF indicator is! It looks like what you mean is it will accept the time frame as an input. I thought a MTF was an indicator that DISPLAYED multi time frames like FerruFX's indicator!! Is that it?

TRO you misunderstanding is correct. Most of the MTF indicators posted don't display MTF's in one view, but simply allow a different TF to passed and have that single time frame displayed. For example a MTF MACD would allow a TF to be input eg 4 Hr. The 4 Hr MACD could then be displayed on the 1 Hour chart.

Your indicators and FurraFx and other are outstanding. The only draw back with these indicators is that you can't visually back test to see how a HTF or LTF setting would effect your trading system. For example in the situation above with a 4 Hr MACD on a 1 Hr chart, does a positive or negative 4 Hr MACD positively or negatively impact trading on the 1 Hr chart. Without having it displayed as a traditional "Squiggly line" it can't be used for visual backtesting.

Of course they can be tested in realtime or through the visual backtester.

Anyway hope that clears that up.

Keep up awesome work.

Cheers,

Hiachiever

TheRumpledOne
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TheRumpledOne  

Thanks for taking the time to reply. I appreciate your consideration.

I totally agree about losing the "history" if you don't have a squiggly or other historical display.

But for trading, I prefer to NOT have to look at more than one chart.

Thanks again for your explanation.

fxbs
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fxbs  

yea, very wide interpretation - if it uses (shows) more then one TF, we can call it MTF

but normally (traditionaly in this thread) you put (mtf) abbr. to file name to let user know - inicator can show on current TF data from other (normally higher) TF; and TF can be switched by user input