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mntiwana
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mntiwana  
TRADERSM:
Thankyou Mr.mladen please give Any books or Articles to know more about Timeframe

aside from TF,you did not see and feel this picture what it saying,and since at some place MLADEN also favor it for detecting sideway market situations,as for higher TF,being working in current tf the higher ones make you judge,what is happening in long term/overall situation of the applied currency pair,nothing more.

regards

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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
TRADERSM:
Thankyou Mr.mladen please give Any books or Articles to know more about Timeframe

TRADERSM

I am afraid I do not understand your question

What is there about time frame that is unclear?

krelian99
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krelian99  
TRADERSM:
Thankyou Mr.mladen please give Any books or Articles to know more about Timeframe

The mystified timeframe. Scalper use M1 to M15, Swinger maybe M15 to H1 and Daytrader look for H4 to W1. It is very subjective what is the best timeframe for you. D1 tend more to trends than M15, but it isn't that easy. More important is which market you want to trade - sideways or trends. Trends are easier at the beginning, but you let a lot of pips in the pit. You need at least one higher timeframe to identify the market situation, e.g. M30 and H4 is always good. One where you zoom in for turning points, for me M5 and trading on M15. You need an overview. Daytrader would say 'Nooo! Only H4 and D1. Lower timeframes are too chaotic.' Too chaotic is bullshit, it is like the mathematical fractals - zoom in and what you see isn't that different, but you need both to get the whole picture. Take what you need and you can maybe trade every market, every situation and every timeframe. Traders are no rocket scientists, what you need is experience, a bit luck as always and a good forum like this.

mntiwana
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mntiwana  
krelian99:
The mystified timeframe. Scalper use M1 to M15, Swinger maybe M15 to H1 and Daytrader look for H4 to W1. It is very subjective what is the best timeframe for you. D1 tend more to trends than M15, but it isn't that easy. More important is which market you want to trade - sideways or trends. Trends are easier at the beginning, but you let a lot of pips in the pit. You need at least one higher timeframe to identify the market situation, e.g. M30 and H4 is always good. One where you zoom in for turning points, for me M5 and trading on M15. You need an overview. Daytrader would say 'Nooo! Only H4 and D1. Lower timeframes are too chaotic.' Too chaotic is bullshit, it is like the mathematical fractals - zoom in and what you see isn't that different, but you need both to get the whole picture. Take what you need and you can maybe trade every market, every situation and every timeframe. Traders are no rocket scientists, what you need is experience, a bit luck as always and a good forum like this.

and tutors and coach like you too but dont forget to put master tool makers on top

krelian99
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krelian99  

Look, mntiwana and I weren't come naturely as oldies, not born old to the world. The most important is that you, especially when you're a newbie - that you, and this is just naturely. Forex I mean. Of course mladen is, and also mrtools - just think about it

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
Wulong10:
Hi gentlemen !

Would you be so kind as to add volatility adjustment to this special Stoch ?

I do not know if it is possible to add some more prices (like PriceHigh, PriceLow and Pricestoch, like in the stochastic filtered + alerts, with all the new prices where PriceStoch is) ?

Anyway, now the price is only a number ...

Wulong10, wasn't able to add the volatility adjustment but was able to add the price options and make it a little more user friendly.

Stochastic CG 2.01 advanced + arrows.mq4

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
mandagozu81:

Dear Mr. Tools,

Can you please share the renko indicator you are using in this post if it is not a commercial version. Thank you.

Mandagozu81, it's this one, but it repaints when restarting like most of the others.

renkomeanlivechart_v1.0_new_format.ex4

spotforex
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spotforex  

Hi Mladen,

Would you please add ForSymbol and Inverse options to your Volatility Quality - zero line averages 2_3 indicator. As well as add JMA to the 'Price smoothing method'? I would greatly appreciate it if you could also convert this modified indicator into a histogram.

As always, much thanks!

-spotforex

mladen:

bayuveneo

Here is a version with that option added : volatility_quality_-_zero_line_averages_2_3.ex4

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
spotforex:
Hi Mladen,

Would you please add ForSymbol and Inverse options to your Volatility Quality - zero line averages 2_3 indicator. As well as add JMA to the 'Price smoothing method'? I would greatly appreciate it if you could also convert this modified indicator into a histogram.

As always, much thanks!

-spotforex

spotforex

As I explained a couple of time : averages that require more than 2 parameters (period and price) will not be a part of averages indicator (or the set) since I do not want to use million parameters or some silly defaults for such average types just to make more averages in a set. So the jma will not be added to the indicators that use "averages" set for smoothing.

The for symbol : it will be added

MURALI
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MURALI  

Hello,

Could you add alerts for the attached indicator. Alerts should generate whenever CCI LENGTH crosses STEP MOVING AVERAGE from above or below.

Presently alerts are generated when colour changes for step moving average.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Murali Gadey

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