Good day, Please if this isn't much to ask, would like to have an arrow alert for the attached indicator. The alert will sound for the indicator histogram signal close, above or below the zero line. I use the MACD signal on my strategy and it's quite different from the custom MACD.
wow thanks a lot mladen, super quick responses. hehehe
i have try it and it can work now.
but there is a little wrong with the indicator. i backtest it and saw that the divergence arrow in the past has been deleted.
if you have time mladen, can you make the past signal arrow still on the place?
and what is your opinion about this divergence indicator mladen?
is it a good one? :)
actually its works my friend. unfortunately the signal arrow will disappear after a few candle.
thats why i asked mladen to help fix this problem, to make the past signal arrow doesn't disappear.
so we can see and test this indicator on history more easly. very curious about this indi. they said this is the best divergence indicator.
so mladen can you please help us here. :)
sure it does. I don't rely on indicators to plot my entries, but it guides me to determine price action on close. It's obvious price is very dynamic in nature and very determined to flush out before it continue to precised destination. As a trader, i have grown not to be worried about my stop lose but missing out on the move. Please if you do have better suggestion please refer me.
I would like to thank you for this master class, best piece i have ever had. You Rock!! ( LaGuerre RSI ).
Upgraded CCI study (new averages and new prices added)
Here is a comparison when "extreme trend biased" price is used (compared to the upper)
I found the one used in my picture, can't link it here sadly, but I also found your Fourier extrapolator in the experiments section.
Yours comes with a basket of averages, but I'm curious if any are equipped to measure and weight the volume/tick action and the daily ATR into the overall prediction? Also, Fourier projects like 20 OHLCs bars flat. I think that is useless. The RCGPANN method (which was 98% accurate) convinced me that ANN will not be successful unless there is a shorter target (end of day price, for instance).
So my idea is different than end of day, and is similar to the NN Neural Network probability zones. Is there a way to refine the projection to an object on the chart (or at least, to a shorter amount of bars (like 5))?
For instance, if I put s star somewhere on the right of the current price, could I see the probability that the Fourier projection hits that object (instead of its oscillation average or whatever)? I uploaded an example.
Let me know if that is practical or possible.
So much thanks for adding new averages (36) and prices (22) along
with FL,working well and looking compromising.and yes extreme price is
could someone please post the indicator mentioned in this post