Beware of its recalculating behavior.
chaos visual averages 1.2.ex4
Thanks for correcting typo with adding alerts bundle.
Usually i try not to arguing that unproductive or just for win the talk ...... but where i feel it might be useful for me and or for others,i do it just for to learn as i am not aware of so many things.
forex trading is already A mixture of guesses and expectations and mostly but whole indicators and tools measures and calculates on previous data except few forecasting ones.nobody knows what will be happens in next moment,so it is better to reduce numbers of cycling/forecasting/repainting/recalculating type tools and increase numbers of exact measuring tools in need to stay maximum possible close to real price movement ...... it is just my opinion,can be wrong and every next can differ.
and equal cycles are more unreal,every body knows price always move with different cycle sizes/styles.
I agree, why should I use an indicator, if it only looks good on past charts, a babys paiting is more interesting. I rally appreciate, that the coders here always say, if their indicator may repaint.
One good old indicator to show, if the next candles really go in your direction, even on 1 min, is the famous Goldminer or the same was later called SilverTrend. Which other indicators base on this, are similar and show more than a histogram? Is there maybe a dynamic double zone adaptive possible?
Important code and unchanged file attached:
extern int SSP=7;
extern double Kmax=50.6; //24 21.6 21.6
extern int CountBars=3000;
int i, counted_bars=IndicatorCounted();
double SsMax, SsMin, smin, smax;
SsMax = High[Highest(NULL,0,MODE_HIGH,SSP,i-SSP+1)];
SsMin = Low[Lowest(NULL,0,MODE_LOW,SSP,i-SSP+1)];
smax = SsMax-(SsMax-SsMin)*Kmax/100;
You mean, it's repainting?
Do we have a MTF indicator of the attached one ?