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Muhammad Naim
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Muhammad Naim  
Dear sir mladen. Refering to this post here. Could you kindly add alerts & notifications to this iCorrel8? Alerts on the crossing will be helpful when im away from the pc.
Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
redwed:
Dear sir mladen. Refering to this post here. Could you kindly add alerts & notifications to this iCorrel8? Alerts on the crossing will be helpful when im away from the pc.

It can have up to 64 alerts (that indicator). imagine what would happen in this case :


Muhammad Naim
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Muhammad Naim  
mladen:

It can have up to 64 alerts (that indicator). imagine what would happen in this case :


Can we put some filter? For example, certain currencies?
FXSurf
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FXSurf  
mladen:

It can have up to 64 alerts (that indicator). imagine what would happen in this case :


mladen, that red higher TF candle on the right of that screenshot, could you please share and or point me in the general direction?

goreboy
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goreboy  
mladen:
It is a rsi (the kind that you chose - rsx is one of the 6 possible rsi types) that is using advanced Kaufman ama (adaptive moving average - which implicitly makes the rsi adaptive too) for price filter. Also, since it is using floating levels - which are another way of making the indicator adaptive - that indicator is a kind of "double adaptive" sort of speaking without ever changing the rsi itself
Ok, so with the RSX choice its a smoothed RSI with the adaptive ma as a price filter - is that correct?  Do the floating levels behave a bit like bollinger bands?  What makes them expand and contract - relative strength? 
Wayan
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Wayan  
FXSurf:

mladen, that red higher TF candle on the right of that screenshot, could you please share and or point me in the general direction?

Here the Link 

https://www.forex-tsd.com/forum/debates-discussions/9728-daily-data/page9#comment_1804984

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
pakeha:
Ok, so with the RSX choice its a smoothed RSI with the adaptive ma as a price filter - is that correct?  Do the floating levels behave a bit like bollinger bands?  What makes them expand and contract - relative strength? 

All in all yes. RSX being a "smoother rsi" (without lag addition) that would be a good description

As of floating levels : no. They are taking into account the extremes and in that way they are very different from the Bollinger bands

Adam Mohammed Kareem
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Adam Mohammed Kareem  

Dear Mladen Is there a version of the type (histo) for this indicator.

Thank you sir .

 

mntiwana
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mntiwana  
Dragon:

Dear Mladen Is there a version of the type (histo) for this indicator.

Thank you sir .

 

I think,no,the last histo in this series was "SuperTrend averages + alerts 2_1 histo"
Alan
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Alan  
Hi All, thanks for a great forum and all the work done, thank you. i have this indi however will not load on build 1010, can somebody please help.