Stochastic Momentum Indicator (Index) - page 11

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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
MobbyD:
Thank you very much sir...

I have played with input values but couldn't get same/similar as in metastock one below:

Screenshot by Lightshot

Somebody on mql forums was saying:

"In Metastock you have the following parameters.%K-parameters: Time Periods,Smoothing periods,Double smoothing periods . And for the %D-parameters it is this.Time Periods, Method,Style and Color..."

I don't know/understand the details as I'm not coder.

I am not familiar with the metastock version you are using

The version for mr4 is made as described in this book William Blau Momentum, Direction And Divergence.pdf (page 118 is the calculation formula. William Blau does not use those parameters you described - those names for parameters are usually associated with stochastic or double smoothed stochastic indicator)

MobbyD
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MobbyD  

Thank you for your prompt attention sir...

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
MobbyD:
Thank you very much sir...

I have played with input values but couldn't get same/similar as in metastock one below:

Screenshot by Lightshot

Somebody on mql forums was saying:

"In Metastock you have the following parameters.%K-parameters: Time Periods,Smoothing periods,Double smoothing periods . And for the %D-parameters it is this.Time Periods, Method,Style and Color..."

I don't know/understand the details as I'm not coder.

Please read my previous post that answered exactly the same question you posted again

MobbyD
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MobbyD  

It was an error on my part. Edited as above...

Sorry about that sir...

myname
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myname  

Is there somewhere a stochastic momentum index trade too?

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
nbtrading:
Is there somewhere a stochastic momentum index trade too?

nbtrading

The logic of the "trade" versions is simple : if the value is > 0 and the slope is up, then it is in the "trade mode" otherwise it is 0. Similar to values bellow 0 : if the value is < 0 and the slope is down, then it is in the "trade mode" otherwise it is 0

myname
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myname  
mladen:
nbtrading The logic of the "trade" versions is simple : if the value is > 0 and the slope is up, then it is in the "trade mode" otherwise it is 0. Similar to values bellow 0 : if the value is < 0 and the slope is down, then it is in the "trade mode" otherwise it is 0

OK. Thanks

emene
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emene  

Hi guys,

Would it be possible to have this SMI histogram indy with colored candles ? For instance, when the SMI slope turns up / bullish / green, have the corresponding candle have the same color ?

Thank you in advance,

Mike

mladen:
bayuveneo Here is this version. You have an option to color histogram on slope or when the smi value crosses signal line value (that is a default setting, you can use the ColorOnSlope to change that, so you can have two types of display)
William Snyder
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William Snyder  
emene:
Hi guys,

Would it be possible to have this SMI histogram indy with colored candles ? For instance, when the SMI slope turns up / bullish / green, have the corresponding candle have the same color ?

Thank you in advance,

Mike

Hi Mike, this is the candles version. If candleOnslope = false then the candles are colored according to smi/signal cross.

dkaans
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dkaans  

Hi mrtools,

Is it possible to set an alert to closed bar.

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