Elite indicators :) - page 153

Mladen Rakic
151507
Mladen Rakic  

:)

altoronto, take a look at the picture :
Here is a thread with a collection of similar ones https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/179650 . I hope you did not buy it, but it is another case of Solar wind renamed (I like the "aesthetics" of this one though - looks nice)

regards

mladen

altoronto:
Hi Mladen, sorry for bugging you , can you do me a "big" favor and fix repainting in attached indicator. Many thanks in advance ..
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altoronto
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altoronto  

Thanks Mladen, damn .. I thought same thing it's too good to be true, anyway I didn't buy it, so goes straight into trash can

casaliss
109
casaliss  

Ultra Trend MTF

Hi Mladen

Ultra Trend MTF

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clc4x
50
clc4x  

Countback Line

Can you program Countback Line?

Description: With MetaStock, there seems to be a need for two differentformulas to handle the issue: - one for the CBL from a LOW (CBLlo), - the other for the CBL from a HIGH (CBLhi). The formulas given belowwere generated using v.6.52.Because of the use of PREV they won't work in some earlier MetaStockversions it seems, though a bit of thought should overcome this limitation- anyone able to comment? As written they are based upon relative prices over a DEFAULT coverof 13days (but adjustable from 3 to 55 days) - this is one of the potentialweaknesses which commands individual interpretation for a particular equity orcontract, which may cycle more or less frequently and require differenttimeframes. Other indicators and assessments are, of course, needed to gauge theprobability of a CBL-indicated counter-trend holding.Also, for particularly choppy or indecisive circumstances there maybe a need to extend the Ref(H or L, -5) to a greater number of comparisondays by appropriate copyingand adjustments to the basically simple pattern in these formulas -but if it came to this perhaps the trade should be left alone anyway! Owing to price vagaries it is not unusual for a CBLhi to be less thana CBLlo calculation, or the converse, especially with low-gradient trendsor sideways price movements.

Formula:

CBLhi

HighDays := Input("Enter # days to cover lastHIGH for CBL calc'n:", 3, 55, 13);

If(HIGH < HHV(HIGH, HighDays), {then ...}PREV, {previous CBLhi, else...} If(Ref(L,-2) < Ref(L,-1) AND

Ref(L,-2) < L AND

Ref(L,-1) < L, {then ...} Ref(L,-2),{2nd day back low, else...}

If((Ref(L,-3)< Ref(L,-2) AND

Ref(L,-3) <Ref(L,-1) AND

Ref(L,-3) < L) AND

(Ref(L,-2)< L OR

Ref(L,-1) < L),{then ... } Ref(L,-3), {3rd day back low, else...}

If((Ref(L,-4)<Ref(L,-3) AND

Ref(L,-4) < Ref(L,-2) AND

Ref(L,-4)< Ref(L,-1) AND

Ref(L,-4) < L) AND

(Ref(L,-3)< L OR

Ref(L,-2)< L OR

Ref(L,-1) < L), {then... }

Ref(L,-4), {4th day back low, else...}

If((Ref(L,-5)<Ref(L,-4) AND

Ref(L,-5) < Ref(L,-3) AND

Ref(L,-5) < Ref(L,-2) AND

Ref(L,-5) < Ref(L,-1) AND

Ref(L,-5) < L) AND

(Ref(L,-4)< L OR

Ref(L,-3) < L OR

Ref(L,-2) < L OR

Ref(L,-1) < L), {then ...}Ref(L,-5), {5th day back low, else...} PREV )))))

CBLlo

LowDays := Input("Enter # days to cover lastLOW for CBL calc'n:", 3, 55, 13);

If(LOW > LLV(LOW, LowDays), {then ...} PREV,{previous CBLlo, else...}

If(Ref(H,-2) > Ref(H,-1) AND

Ref(H,-2)> H AND

Ref(H,-1) > H, {then ...} Ref(H,-2), {2ndday back high,else...}

If((Ref(H,-3)> Ref(H,-2) AND

Ref(H,-3) > Ref(H,-1) AND

Ref(H,-3) > H) AND

(Ref(H,-2)> H OR

Ref(H,-1)> H),{then ... } Ref(H,-3), {3rd day back high,else...}

If((Ref(H,-4)>Ref(H,-3) AND

Ref(H,-4) > Ref(H,-2) AND

Ref(H,-4) >Ref(H,-1) AND

Ref(H,-4) > H) AND

(Ref(H,-3)> H OR

Ref(H,-2) > H OR

Ref(H,-1)> H), {then... }

Ref(H,-4), {4th day back high,else...}

If((Ref(H,-5)>Ref(H,-4) AND

Ref(H,-5) > Ref(H,-3) AND

Ref(H,-5) > Ref(H,-2) AND

Ref(H,-5)> Ref(H,-1) AND

Ref(H,-5) > H) AND

(Ref(H,-4)> H OR

Ref(H,-3)> H OR

Ref(H,-2) > H OR

Ref(H,-1) > H), {then ...} Ref(H,-5), {5th dayback high,else...} PREV )))))

Fudomyo
89
Fudomyo  

hi mladen,

I've been trying to find a Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Pivot Indicator that works on my broker's EST timezone charts for the past 2 months, and tested almost everything out there.

The Daily version of TZPivots works fine for adjusting the Hrs Server and Hrs Choice, but for some reason the TZPivotsWM version won't adjust the levels when I enter the TZ settings.

If you can check the code for me I would be very grateful. I've tried everything and can't figure out what's wrong...

Thank you,

Fudo

clc4x
50
clc4x  

Please enlighten me if this indicator is available?

clc4x:
Can you program Countback Line?

Description: With MetaStock, there seems to be a need for two differentformulas to handle the issue: - one for the CBL from a LOW (CBLlo), - the other for the CBL from a HIGH (CBLhi). The formulas given belowwere generated using v.6.52.Because of the use of PREV they won't work in some earlier MetaStockversions it seems, though a bit of thought should overcome this limitation- anyone able to comment? As written they are based upon relative prices over a DEFAULT coverof 13days (but adjustable from 3 to 55 days) - this is one of the potentialweaknesses which commands individual interpretation for a particular equity orcontract, which may cycle more or less frequently and require differenttimeframes. Other indicators and assessments are, of course, needed to gauge theprobability of a CBL-indicated counter-trend holding.Also, for particularly choppy or indecisive circumstances there maybe a need to extend the Ref(H or L, -5) to a greater number of comparisondays by appropriate copyingand adjustments to the basically simple pattern in these formulas -but if it came to this perhaps the trade should be left alone anyway! Owing to price vagaries it is not unusual for a CBLhi to be less thana CBLlo calculation, or the converse, especially with low-gradient trendsor sideways price movements.

Formula:

CBLhi

HighDays := Input("Enter # days to cover lastHIGH for CBL calc'n:", 3, 55, 13);

If(HIGH < HHV(HIGH, HighDays), {then ...}PREV, {previous CBLhi, else...} If(Ref(L,-2) < Ref(L,-1) AND

Ref(L,-2) < L AND

Ref(L,-1) < L, {then ...} Ref(L,-2),{2nd day back low, else...}

If((Ref(L,-3)< Ref(L,-2) AND

Ref(L,-3) <Ref(L,-1) AND

Ref(L,-3) < L) AND

(Ref(L,-2)< L OR

Ref(L,-1) < L),{then ... } Ref(L,-3), {3rd day back low, else...}

If((Ref(L,-4)<Ref(L,-3) AND

Ref(L,-4) < Ref(L,-2) AND

Ref(L,-4)< Ref(L,-1) AND

Ref(L,-4) < L) AND

(Ref(L,-3)< L OR

Ref(L,-2)< L OR

Ref(L,-1) < L), {then... }

Ref(L,-4), {4th day back low, else...}

If((Ref(L,-5)<Ref(L,-4) AND

Ref(L,-5) < Ref(L,-3) AND

Ref(L,-5) < Ref(L,-2) AND

Ref(L,-5) < Ref(L,-1) AND

Ref(L,-5) < L) AND

(Ref(L,-4)< L OR

Ref(L,-3) < L OR

Ref(L,-2) < L OR

Ref(L,-1) < L), {then ...}Ref(L,-5), {5th day back low, else...} PREV )))))

CBLlo

LowDays := Input("Enter # days to cover lastLOW for CBL calc'n:", 3, 55, 13);

If(LOW > LLV(LOW, LowDays), {then ...} PREV,{previous CBLlo, else...}

If(Ref(H,-2) > Ref(H,-1) AND

Ref(H,-2)> H AND

Ref(H,-1) > H, {then ...} Ref(H,-2), {2ndday back high,else...}

If((Ref(H,-3)> Ref(H,-2) AND

Ref(H,-3) > Ref(H,-1) AND

Ref(H,-3) > H) AND

(Ref(H,-2)> H OR

Ref(H,-1)> H),{then ... } Ref(H,-3), {3rd day back high,else...}

If((Ref(H,-4)>Ref(H,-3) AND

Ref(H,-4) > Ref(H,-2) AND

Ref(H,-4) >Ref(H,-1) AND

Ref(H,-4) > H) AND

(Ref(H,-3)> H OR

Ref(H,-2) > H OR

Ref(H,-1)> H), {then... }

Ref(H,-4), {4th day back high,else...}

If((Ref(H,-5)>Ref(H,-4) AND

Ref(H,-5) > Ref(H,-3) AND

Ref(H,-5) > Ref(H,-2) AND

Ref(H,-5)> Ref(H,-1) AND

Ref(H,-5) > H) AND

(Ref(H,-4)> H OR

Ref(H,-3)> H OR

Ref(H,-2) > H OR

Ref(H,-1) > H), {then ...} Ref(H,-5), {5th dayback high,else...} PREV )))))
Mladen Rakic
151507
Mladen Rakic  

Fudo,

it seems that the Adjust_for_DST() function has to do with the problem (I commented out the line where it is called (line 257 of the source) and then it seems to work OK) Will check some more, but please, if you can, comment out that same line too (disregard the "not used" warning messages issued by the compiler) and see if that is what you expect the indicator to do then

regards

mladen

Fudomyo:
hi mladen,

I've been trying to find a Daily, Weekly, and Monthly Pivot Indicator that works on my broker's EST timezone charts for the past 2 months, and tested almost everything out there.

The Daily version of TZPivots works fine for adjusting the Hrs Server and Hrs Choice, but for some reason the TZPivotsWM version won't adjust the levels when I enter the TZ settings.

If you can check the code for me I would be very grateful. I've tried everything and can't figure out what's wrong...

Thank you,

Fudo
Fudomyo
89
Fudomyo  

Thank you mladen

I commented out line 257, and get the Adjust_for_DST is not referenced warning, however I still wasn't able to adjust the TZ settings after doing this.

If the DST auto adjust fuctionality is the issue, can it be removed? A stripped down version of the indicator without all the bells and whistles (that actually works) would be great.

Kind regards,

Fudo

mladen:
Fudo,

it seems that the Adjust_for_DST() function has to do with the problem (I commented out the line where it is called (line 257 of the source) and then it seems to work OK) Will check some more, but please, if you can, comment out that same line too (disregard the "not used" warning messages issued by the compiler) and see if that is what you expect the indicator to do then

regards

mladen
Mladen Rakic
151507
Mladen Rakic  

clc4x,

As far as I know, it was not. It is now
regards

mladen

clc4x:
Please enlighten me if this indicator is available?
san4x
324
san4x  

Dear mladen, friends,

I am sure this indicator exists....I've searched the forum but just can not find it.

Here goes:

Indicator calculates:

1. Calculate Average High: average of past 5 (or more) daily highs.

2. Calculate Average Low: average of past 5 (or more) daily lows.

3. Calculate High-Low of past 5 bars and draw a "bar" (two horizontal lines really, but in a "box" on right side of chart)

4. Calculate High Range: this is the average of the range of these past highs:

((MathAbs(High[1]-High[2])+(MathAbs(High[2]-High[3])+(MathAbs(High[3]-High[4])+(MathAbs(High[4]-High[5]))/4[/PHP]

Now draw High Band:

  • High Band 1: Average High + High Range
  • High Band 2: Average High - High Range

Same for Low Band.

If anyone knows if suchs indicator exists, please let me know where I can find it.

If not, mladen can you please do your magic?

Thanks all in advance.

San. [PHP]