Hey can anyone tell me what indicators are used here? I'm wanting to try them out.
What exactly are you expecting from the averages you are looking for?
What does the "on one chart" mean?
You mean it is visible on chart? If yes, metatrader is adjust the visible bounds of one symbol depending on the number of visible bars. Try zooming in and out and you shall see how the range displayed is changed. So, the averages will be visible too depending not only on some range but also on the chart zoom
The thing is that that indicator is calculating the values depending on how many bars are visible on chart
If the visible bars on chart changes (you change the zoom of the chart to show more or less bars on the chart), the result of that indicator will change too. Or imagine this : I use screen resolution nnn x mmm and you use screen resolution kkk x lll. And since we can see different number of bars on chart, we have different results even though we have the same data and same settings for the indicator.
That is lacking any logic - since it is producing different results for same settings simply because your chart is different. Indicators must depend on data, not on user terminal or, even worse, OS settings
On chart rsi (no more 'experiment" in the name : no need any more)
Addition to the experiment version is the price pre-smoothing possibility (4 basic types of averages), which makes it a rsi of moving average too if the price smoothing option is used. Some interesting results when price smoothing and price filtering is used can be produced - some parameters testing is advised
hi mr. mladen. thanks for the wonderful indy. may i know is there another version of rsi extended on a subwindow instead of on mainc hart because it kinda block the view of chart?
Check this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178733/page88