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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

jho

Here is a histo version A comparison to the regular one look like this

Will see what can be done about 5 linear regression slopes (LSMAs) from your PM

regards

Mladen

jho:
Hi Mladen,

Could you please convert "HAMA T3 new - mtf & alert" in histo ver?

I had already sent you a private message regarding some other query as I thought that might be considered as a weird concept. Since I have no knowledge about any kind of programming, I have no choice, but to ask and disturb the expert. I hope you will look into it and reply.

Thanks in advance.

Jho

Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

jigneshjhobalia
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jigneshjhobalia  

Hi Mladen,

Thank you very very much for the histo ver and looking into the other query.

Kind Regards,

Jho

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

jho

This one is a "multi lsma". It is showing the current slopes of 5 lsma's (linear regression slopes) Every time the slope is up 1 is added to positive values and every time the slope is down 1 is added to negative values. When the value is either +5 (all showing up) or -5 (all showing down) and alert can be issued if chosen so. It is a multi time frame already (due to its "step" nature there is no need for interpolation in this one) It can also draw an arrow on every first occurrence of a +5 or a -5 condition

Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

regards

Mladen

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jigneshjhobalia
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jigneshjhobalia  
san4x
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san4x  

Hi mladen,

I'm not sure if this has been done already, did a search but didn't find it so here goes:

Can you add to the TDI indicator a Jurik smooth for the RSI...?

I like this indicator and have been using it in my manual trading for a while now.

Am eager to see what would happen if we make it smooth / zerolag.

Other ideas/approaches welcome of course..!

The TDI in the attachment is the one you (re)coded a while ago.

Most appreciated as always,

Snow

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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Snow

Here you go You can choose to smooth regular or to double smooth (faster) depends on your needs. With short periods of smoothing difference between regular and double are not big, But if you use longer period, double tends to be much "faster". Both smoothing ways are jurik smoothing (of course ) I any case, both smoothing ways are much, much faster then the regular built in moving averages used by the regular version of this indicator
PS: the example is a 1 hour TDI on a 30 minute chart

regards

Mladen

Snowski:
Hi mladen,

I'm not sure if this has been done already, did a search but didn't find it so here goes:

Can you add to the TDI indicator a Jurik smooth for the RSI...?

I like this indicator and have been using it in my manual trading for a while now.

Am eager to see what would happen if we make it smooth / zerolag.

Other ideas/approaches welcome of course..!

The TDI in the attachment is the one you (re)coded a while ago.

Most appreciated as always,

Snow
Files:
altoronto
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altoronto  
mladen:
Snow Here you go You can choose to smooth regular or to double smooth (faster) depends on your needs. With short periods of smoothing difference between regular and double are not big, But if you use longer period, double tends to be much "faster". Both smoothing ways are jurik smoothing (of course ) I any case, both smoothing ways are much, much faster then the regular built in moving averages used by the regular version of this indicator
PS: the example is a 1 hour TDI on a 30 minute chart

regards

Mladen

Mladen, can you add red/blue dots (buy/sell) on chart where red/blue line cross? Funny, cause I asked this yesterday and after that was thinking should I asked Mladen about smoothing as well.

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

altoronto

Missed that post.

So here you have the smoothed version with addition of alerts and arrows. Just some explanation : in the "regular" one smoothing is used too, but that smoothing is limited to built in moving averages and as I said the "smoothed" version is faster (and more flexible in my opinion, since this is a low lag smoothing after all)

Here is the same example 1 hour TDI on a 30 minute chart but with arrows now
regards

Mladen

altoronto:
Mladen, can you add red/blue dots (buy/sell) on chart where red/blue line cross? Funny, cause I asked this yesterday and after that was thinking should I asked Mladen about smoothing as well.
traderduke
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traderduke  

Mladen,

me bad! I should have checked back further,

Thanks

Ray

mladen:
Ray

Take a look at this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

regards

Mladen
altoronto
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altoronto  
mladen:
altoronto

Missed that post.

So here you have the smoothed version with addition of alerts and arrows. Just some explanation : in the "regular" one smoothing is used too, but that smoothing is limited to built in moving averages and as I said the "smoothed" version is faster (and more flexible in my opinion, since this is a low lag smoothing after all)

Here is the same example 1 hour TDI on a 30 minute chart but with arrows now
regards Mladen

Thanks Mladen.