I remember an indicator that looks similar to Swing Line, called Medium-Term Scalper. I think Medium-Term Scalper has the advantage that sensitivity can be adjusted. Was non repainting also, at least the arrows.
No idea what kind of MA was, but not HMA for shure.
If somebody have it, please post it if you can. I don´t remember if was a comercial one.
That is a Hull variation indicator not the "pure" Hull average
Play with the divisor a bit and you shall get those values
Is this the indi that you mentioned?
Sorry, wrong indicator I was talking about
The "medium term scalper" is either max stops, or bb stops, or any "... stops" indicator. As far as I see, it is giving almost exactly the same signals as max stops with default parameters used
I found it...!!!...
It was under other name, that´s why I was thinking I´ve lost it.
Is some kind of "Hull" with steps...?.. strange. Anyway, I think it has many merits for somebody willing to develop a scalping strategy or a mid-term.
Edit..: Oh,oh,..... Now I noticed that is a decompiled one.
Please Mladen, tell me if I can post it here. I am very courious an authority like you to check the Ma is using and give us some comments. But I will post it only with your permission.
Anyway, here is a pic.
Hahahah...!!... Here it is...
Hahahah...!!... Here it goes...
It is long been here in the forum :)
That is one of the early versions of stepma
When you compare it to new stepmas use 3.8 instead of 38 for sensitivity and there you go :)
Thank you. :) Will check the new ones.