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Anyone have EMA cross RSI alert early in current candle and after candle close no repaint ?
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Everything you see on any terminal is OHLC based. OHLC stands for Open, High, Low and Close. I doubt that there is a single indicator that is not based on those 4 prices- that statement (that it is based on OHLC) is a complete and utter nonsense
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Yep, you are right. Attached the version 1.2 at the original post (for the sake of clarity)

Thanks for helping,one question plz,is it possible to turn "gaussian order" in more sub digits,for example 2.1 , 2.2 , 2.7  ..... in place 2 and 3 and 4 (currently)...... this is the principle factor that effects heavily regarding formation the shape.

regards

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mntiwana:

Thanks for helping,one question plz,is it possible to turn "gaussian order" in more sub digits,for example 2.1 , 2.2 , 2.7  ..... in place 2 and 3 and 4 (currently)...... this is the principle factor that effects heavily regarding formation the shape.

regards

mntiwana

That is not possible. Gaussian order can be only integer

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Throw a lot of lines on the chart and you always will hit one. The rule of big numbers. This is here the case. Looks nice in history, but real time trading... Good luck. The guy tells nothing what can be used or proofed. Think about why. Grid trading (and nothing more) and he prefers M1 and lesser -  he can tell this his granny.
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krelian99:
Throw a lot of lines on the chart and you always will hit one. The rule of big numbers. This is here the case. Looks nice in history, but real time trading... Good luck. The guy tells nothing what can be used or proofed. Think about why. Grid trading (and nothing more) and he prefers M1 and lesser -  he can tell this his granny.

Honey Krelian

You few peoples (including boss) telling some thing else when hundreds and thousands smart scammers telling some thing inverse,let us see to whom peoples accepts,to democracy or to you :):)

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Everything you see on any terminal is OHLC based. OHLC stands for Open, High, Low and Close. I doubt that there is a single indicator that is not based on those 4 prices- that statement (that it is based on OHLC) is a complete and utter nonsense

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krelian99:
Throw a lot of lines on the chart and you always will hit one. The rule of big numbers. This is here the case. Looks nice in history, but real time trading... Good luck. The guy tells nothing what can be used or proofed. Think about why. Grid trading (and nothing more) and he prefers M1 and lesser -  he can tell this his granny.
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I just had a question regarding the Kase Peak Oscillator.

-- If "Show All Peaks" option is set to TRUE, do the peaks still recalculate/repaint after candle close? Current Time-frame not MTF

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