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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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Here you go
Green - shift -10

Blue - shift 0

Red - shift 10

PS: changed it back to chart window - if you want it in separate window as in the one you posted just change it back

regards

mladen

cercape:
Good day to you,

I was hoping that someone could direct me, or otherwise assist. I was wondering if it was possible to add a shift function to a T3 Moving Average. Not sure if it had been done or not.

If so, could someone post the actual indi or direction as to where it could be found?

I appreciate any assistance offered

Warm regards
cercape
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cercape  

My sincere grattitude

mladen:
Here you go
Green - shift -10

Blue - shift 0

Red - shift 10

PS: changed it back to chart window - if you want it in separate window as in the one you posted just change it back

regards

mladen

Good day to you, Mladen

Thank you so much - I really appeciate you taking the time to assist me. I am grateful.

Thank you again

Warm regards

tinear10
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tinear10  

I spoke too soon.

The Band Width Indicator is so very close. There are two issues. The indi alerts you if the width is above and below the threshold. I just need to be alerted when it goes above the threshold. It also appears to alert on every bar when below the threshold.

I am going to share a nice little system with the forum soon. This is the last piece of the puzzle. Thank you all for your help.

Alex
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Alex  

Help needed

Hi,

Does anyone know this indicator? Leledc claims that he has it and that it does not repaint but he has decided not to share it with anyone. He is very frustrated with this site and with some of the members. I do not approve of his behaviour, but it is his choice.

Can anyone share this cycle indicator? There was a guy at FF who posted screenshots of the same indicator, behaved arrogantly and similar to leledc did not post the indicator. If no one has it, is there any chance of our coders producing something similar? Thank you.

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drhouse7
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drhouse7  
profitrader21:
Hi,

Does anyone know this indicator? Leledc claims that he has it and that it does not repaint but he has decided not to share it with anyone. He is very frustrated with this site and with some of the members. I do not approve of his behaviour, but it is his choice.

Can anyone share this cycle indicator? There was a guy at FF who posted screenshots of the same indicator, behaved arrogantly and similar to leledc did not post the indicator. If no one has it, is there any chance of our coders producing something similar? Thank you.

Seems a repainting indy...so don't be afraid for it

Doc

Hercs
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Hercs  

Mladen...

Hi Mladen,

Your recent MACD developments are quite incredible to say the least. I have tested all of them and the best results for me at least, came from MACD_HL and shortly after that "MACD colored" and this is the one that fits my trading style - set @ 1 = ZeroLag.

Would you mind very much working your magic on it and have DOTS appearing on the candles when the cross-over of the Signal line happens?

I am currently running a separate indicator called "All macd-dot-1" but it is not NonLag and therefore the signals are not "true" to what I see on my screen.

Thanking you in advance for your kind consideration.

markt
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markt  

Possible breakout indicator

Is there any indicator giving possible breakout points?

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Holt double exponential smoothing

Double Exponential Smoothing

This method is used when the data shows a trend. Exponential smoothing with a trend works much like simple smoothing except that two components must be updated each period - level and trend. The level is a smoothed estimate of the value of the data at the end of each period. The trend is a smoothed estimate of average growth at the end of each period.

The specific formula for double exponential smoothing is:
St = a * yt + (1 − a) * (St−1 + bt−1) 0 < a < 1 bt = g * (St − St−1) + (1 − g) * bt−1 0 < g < 1
* (where a stands for alpha and g stands for gamma)
Note that the current value of the series is used to calculate its smoothed value replacement in double exponential smoothing.

Attaching a document from which this indicator is extracted from (it might help in explanation as to what is it and how to use it) The "trend" version is something I thought would be useful (it is already calculated, it was just a matter of showing it in an indicator)

Also, a deviation from the original is that I used "periods" instead of smoothing coefficients. I though about it and decided so in order to make it somewhat simpler to imagine what is done (alpha=0.15 means a little, but length (or period) of 14 is understandable to most people)

You will notice that periods allow entering non-integer values : exponential calculations do not (even the simplest EMA) do not require integer period and that is the reason why it is allowed so in this indicator
William Snyder
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William Snyder  

Holt

Thanks Mladen!

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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On one of the public threads today someone claimed that this one is worth 3000$ and that he is willing to "give it away" for less :):)

Pleasant weekend to all