Elite indicators :) - page 288

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
traderduke:
mrtools

We're really close but it still misses some entries & exits. When I check the data window against the chart it looks correct for the indicator but the EA didn't react. See attached. I changed all mm to 0 to get clearer picture. The 2nd picture is the same 4h with the reentry selected, I was looking for that to be the false signal but NOT.

Any Ideas??

Thanks

Ray

PS ME BAD! I found that if I remove the crossover check from all entries it works correctly on Backtest,

if (PcTrend > 0 //&& PcTrend1 < 0
but Now it could fail because its working off of the current bar, any Ideas ??

Only thing i can think of is something similar to what you did with the Keltner indicator call out is instead of 0 put a 1 there or put a shift, then in external parameters add the shift , extern int shift=1, or whatever number you choose then will make it user controlled which could be useful when testing.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
hazelj80:
hello coders!

was wondering if someone could do their wonderful magic for alerts on the MA.

you know the usual. alert on current and alert on close with options for popup, email and sound options.

thanks in advance.

P.S.

have you ever seen indcators that do these things here?! i havent. i dont evne think the cycle counts/EW counts are based on zigzags.

Top Dog Indicators Intros - metatrader

read and watched his course. damn good stuff. never thought of the "five energies" before. now i do!

There is a very good all ma type here with alerts and nrp colors.

https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

hazelj80
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hazelj80  
mrtools:
There is a very good all ma type here with alerts and nrp colors. https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

exactly what i was looking for! thanks my friend

ismael360
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ismael360  

Im sorry again guys, mostly for posting an inferior replica in the elite section. Maybe New digital could delete it so I could hide my shame. I honesty didn't know. The guy used his ID name in the name of the Indicator so I just assumed he had created it, but I should have know better.

It's to bad to hear of scriptors passing. I never knew him but it sounds as tho he knew what he was doing, and I wish I had the chance to have met the guy.

The good thing is I'm in the right place and asking the right person the questions I had.

ismael360
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ismael360  

Mladen both SSA and TMA (centered triangular moving average ) are both Centered MAs.

On this post https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/180729/page9

You were able to create the SSA end-pointed indicator.

Is it possible to create a TMA End-pointed indicator?

About the indis - these are causal (non-repainting) and they are not "very heavy on your PC" as you will find out simply because they are written differently. And that is the whole point : a thing can be made a thousand ways. There are cars and there are "cars".
osirisja
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osirisja  

sidus

Hi

I have been using this indicator and it gives pretty good signals, but sometimes the timeframe needs refreshed to show the arrows. Is it possible to fix this?

Also, Is it possible to make this indicator MTF?

Cheers

Andy

Files:
sidus_v2.mq4 5 kb
Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Ismael

SSA is not centered. Centering as a technique takes actual values, shifts those values to the left (to the past) by half period bars (so it can be done on any moving average based on integer values calculation (EMA is not one of them, for example) - by simply setting the shift to -(period-1)/2. Here is an example of a centered simple moving average 21 shifted by -10 bars :
So, since nothing of a sort is done in SSA, SSA is simply ... SSA On the other hand, when centering, extrapolating the missing bars that show up that way is another story and it is an "extra" that tma has compared to "simple" centered triangular moving average. In that extrapolation lays the answer to your question about making tma end-pointed (it is embedded in the formula of triangular moving average itself). I will quote one part about an error in the indicator you posted:
... current value should be linear weighted moving average of half length + 1 periods and not ...
Since end-pointing is taking a window of nnn bars and preventing the indicator to see future values, and since the current value, even for windows like those, must be a linear weighted moving average of half length + 1 periods, then the end-point version of extrapolated centered triangular moving average is ... LWMA. Here is an example of TMA with half period 10 (violet line) and LWMA with period 11 (dark line) That LWMA is end-pointed TMA
regards

Mladen

ismael360:
Mladen both SSA and TMA (centered triangular moving average ) are both Centered MAs.

On this post https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/180729/page9

You were able to create the SSA end-pointed indicator.

Is it possible to create a TMA End-pointed indicator?
Files:
Mladen Rakic
151105
Mladen Rakic  

Andy

Did you see this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general ?

regards

Mladen

osirisja:
Hi

I have been using this indicator and it gives pretty good signals, but sometimes the timeframe needs refreshed to show the arrows. Is it possible to fix this?

Also, Is it possible to make this indicator MTF?

Cheers

Andy
ismael360
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ismael360  
Here is an example of TMA with half period 10 (violet line) and LWMA with period 11 (dark line) That LWMA is end-pointed TMA

I understand now. Thanks Mladen.

osirisja
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osirisja  

Hi Mladen

No - i missed that post, thanks for pointing it out. If it is simply an MA cross I can replicate that easily :-)

Thanks again

Andy

mladen:
Andy

Did you see this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general ?

regards

Mladen