Thanks Mladen but I wanted a dashboard type where I can feed the symbols which I want and able to see the ADX values in multiple time frames.
Is it possible to get ?
You don't have it in histo version (it is not needed for it) :)
Anyway, best to show pictures - this is an example of multi time frame indicator on chart without interpolation :
And this is that same indicator with interpolation :
the smoothness of the second is achiever by applying linear interpolation between the last points of each time frame value. One might ask : doesn't it change the values? It does and it does not :). At the last bars belonging to higher time frame bar, both are exactly the same, and that causes the paradox : they both have exactly the same number of exactly correct values of the higher time frame at given bar : 1. So, apart from making the display nicer (and more logical), the accuracy is not suffering and we are having indicators that are not looking like some od invention, but we have a logical display of values development
For histogram version there is no need for interpolation, since the values are always 1 (or any other constant value) or none and the interpolation would result in exactly the same display
Thanks for the proffi explanation... Will use interpolation then if doesn't change the values.
Hi is it possible to make this CCI paint in Green when above its median average and in red when below please?
I think "mtf Cci on jurik with bands_arrows_alerts nmc" is more advanced with some more features,than that your simple cci,if you can ask for this for slope coloring options (on slope-on level cross-on center line cross) but up to your choice which one you think better :)
in picture upper sw is your and in lower sw in on jurik with same parameters.
Added color options for the cci crossing the middle band, outer bands, and or for slope change. Cleaned up the code and made it more user friendly. Also the arrows and alerts should work with the color change. Put it in a zip file, seems the name even gets changed if you post the source.
So much thanks for updating and upgrading.
This is an enhanced indicator from this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173380/page8
First, as an addition to the description that can be found on the post from that link, one video that might be helpful for usage of relative volatility index
Now the rest : this indicator can still use the fixed levels (as the "basic" version) but in this case it clearly shows how introducing floating levels can completely change the nature of the indicator. This indicator has the floating levels (which you can turn off by setting the floating levels to less than 1), and it seems that it really needed something like that (like all rsi like indicators, long periods of relative volatility index tend to get flatter and flatter, and then the fixed levels are becoming useless).
Some experimenting is recommended