thank you for the "FullSSA normalize correct mtf", it looks very promising (#2663).
I have a question to your picture (#2663). If I use, let's say three SSA's in one window, we should also see each ones relation to its own zero-line to get the full potential of that combination. But in a combination the zero-lines always "change", as you scoll. (Please see attached picture.)
Do you know a way how to manage that, that 3 SSA's will fit to the same zero-line ? Do you think that this is doable? If you think, its reasonable, it would also be fine, if each SSA would change its color as soon as it changes its direction up/down, and to complete this request, an arrow for indication of the color-changing would be great.
Thanks in advance.
Simply use these settings it will anchor all the indicator to the same zero line.
Be aware this indicator redraw. Making it appear very good but it self adjust to cross apparently at the best point. It will redraw as much bar as the is in the lag setting. Still i think it can be use. Would have to do a forward test.
Thanks to GreatYves. Tthat works.
Yves and derfel,
in recent live use, I noticed that for this and the fourier extrapolation version, the indi does of course adjust, that is its nature.
However, one thing I have noticed so far is that even though the lines will adjust their curvatures (changing when they turn up or down and the angles), there has been very little change in the actual location of zero -line crosses for the historical values.. I dont know why, and am still just watching it live, but am amazed so far - and for both indis, the higher u set the lag, the "smoother" the lines, but again the locations of the zero-line crosses still seem to be very close to real trend shifts that hold up. One disappointment has been the accuracy of the fourier extrapolation - I have yet to find settings where the extrapolations pan out at ALL beyond a bar or 2 and are unusable as a forecast. Have u found any good settings for that?
Lets keep testing live - amazing work Mladen, still would love to see those enhancements we mentioned. Thanks so much!
Has there been any successful implementations of Joe DiNapoli's indicator set for MT4? I found some of the indicators on this forum, however I cannot work out if they are "best guesses" or the real deal?
Any info would be most welcome.
Once again i seem to have failed to convert one of your indicators to an EA. The picture shows a standard chart "green" and a strategy on h1 chart with a h4 time on "RK-ml-RSI_EMA_mtf v1.2" which is your RSI_EMA_mtf v1.2 with the trend buffer made visible. My Ea is firing off of the trend 1 or -1 but I can't replicate the visual h1. I'm sure i have the icustom layed out incorrectly. can you help me.
Indicator request: Divergence of an oscilator
An idea for an indicator that might be very useful (at least for me..): a general indicator (like Fourier extrapolator of an indicator) that will show divergence signals of any oscilator against price.
hello, ve just joined this forum. i could see u guys are doing great jobs. i wish you more success as we continue together.
i attached a super adx with this message. i need help and i believe this would be an holy grail if this work could be done. i don't know if somebody could help programme
1. only red bars would be showing
2. this would display 28 currencies
3. it would be in tabular form, currency pairs at left and timeframes from
1mins to months at the right colom
4. the time it appears and possibly , suggesting the direction base on the
i believe this would be a great work.
Do it this way (posting just the buy signal you are using as an example here, all the rest of the call to indicator should be done in same manner) :
int timeFrame = PERIOD_H4; // or any time frame you choose, but it must be integer value
double Trendc = iCustom(Symbol(),timeFrame,"RK-ml-RSI_EMA_MTF v1.2","",RsiPeriod, MaType, MaPeriod,2,Shift+0);
if (Trendc > 0 && TimeCondition()) return(true); return(false);
[/php]but that way is not telling you that the trend have changed. In order to enter on trend change (I assume that it is what you want to do, otherwise every bar with up trend in this example, will show a buy signal), you need to have something like this
double Trendp = iCustom(Symbol(),timeFrame,"RK-ml-RSI_EMA_MTF v1.2","",RsiPeriod, MaType, MaPeriod,2,Shift+1);
if (Trendc!=Trendp && Trendc > 0 && TimeCondition()) return(true); return(false);
Could you please add your golden touch and double check the attached divergence indicator. I would like to apply it to your following indicators:
- Color Stochastic + mtf.mq4
- averages MACD - mtf & alerts.mq4
- CCI - nrp & mtf advanced.mq4
If the MTF part is going to cause an issue then just on the non mtf versions would be 100%.
I have started learning DiNapoli levels as my new core methodology and Divergence is one of the analysis techniques.
I am also using your Fibo pivots - alerts & levels.mq4 for assisting me with the DiNapoli levels.
Would you know if the DiNapoli Stochastics indicator is actually a normal Stochastics with settings 8,3,3 and smoothing applied?
DiNapoli also has an indicator he calls the MACD predictor, but from what I have researched this is a normal MACD with settings of 8, 13, 9.
Thank you in advanced.
Curious about libSSA.dll source code
You mentioned the source code for your libSSA.dll on this post. The only source code that I found posted within this thread is on this post here posted way back in 2009. I just wondering if it's the same as the current libSSA.dll as the size of the currrent dll is much larger than the one from 2009.
PS: I am not requesting that you post your current source code, I'm only curious if it has changed.