First this one :
For the rest that does not know what is the principle of this indicator, it is combining n dtosc (stochastic RSIs) where n is a number of symbols used. By default it uses 14 symbols for that and the result is an "overall" dtosc value
PS: as you see it is not a dashboard yet. Check if the indicator corresponds to your indicator (does it meet your expectations - due to the things I explained above) first.
PPS: what you also should know, is that that indicator uses MarketInfo(Pairs[j],MODE_TICKVALUE)for weights calculation. Since that function always returns only the current value of the tick value (the function itself can not return historical values) it means it will repaint when you change time frames or symbols or you refresh the current chart. Not much, but it will since it will use current tick values for past data too
Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general
Here you go
Would you mind looking at the Robby DSS Bressert again now that you have so much more new-found coding skills, plse? The Dots repaint as you may recall. It is a very useful indicator imho and your magic worked on it, may just make it something special.
Good morning Mladen,
Thank you very much for the indicator. Much appreciate your time.
Mladen for advice plse...
Mladen, I am testing this indicator based on its calculations as you described it and seeing that I use the #DTosc exclusively, I want to see whether it adds any benefit. Problem is that when I load it, it is very CPU intensive which makes changes to the settings very difficult if not impossible. As you mentioned, it does not need an external DTosc, so that cannot be the problem. Any suggestions please?
Secondly, when tested against the #DTosc you developed, is there any advantage or is it just the switching ability to different TFs?
Thanks for replying.
Hello Mladen,i have checked both indicators and looks like they identical.
It is, with default settings, if chart does not belong to the symbols list in the Symbols parameter, it is behaving as 28+1 separate independent instances of an indicator (it has to check the number of bars that are changed since last calculation and it has to be done in the target symbol environment (it can not be retrieved from a current chart) and then calculation has to be done in the target symbol environment too)
So it is a PC memory eater for 1 and PC processor time eater for 2 (I doubt that you have any chart with 29 indicators loaded, and this one needs all of that in order to work OK)
Thanks Mladen. Any idea why it is not loading onto my chart?
Is it writing a "missing symbol" and a symbols name in the upper left corner of the chart (because in the case when it does not have a tick value for any of the symbols in the Symbols parameter, it will skip calculation)?
If yes enable that symbol in the market watch list of symbols list and it should work OK (do that till you see all the "missing symbols" are in the market watch list of symbols)
Many thanks Mladen
That was indeed the problem. Thank you very much and while I am writing to you, it shows the short on GBP/USD perfectly with no sign of a retrace yet.
This looks very promising indeed.
May be off-topic sorry, but I was trying to find the indicator concerning the case #3 (image #3 on the post) - classical way of trading with scalping re-enter.
Parabolic weighted moving average indicator from this post looks good but MaksiGen is drawing trendline as the results of the price movement and not as "projection" ...
Basicly - the template is this one (attached):
So, it may be good to use some other indicator instead of MaksiGen for example because it may be good to have EA according to this classical way of trading with scalping re-enter. If someone is having some ideas so please post.