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Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Ray

i got this : it allows you to have up to 3 Bollinger bands. If BandsDeviations(1,2,3)is set to value greater than 0, than it will show that bands, otherwise it will be omitted, so you can choose if you want 1,2 or 3 bands displayed.

regards

Mladen

traderduke:
Fellow pip chasers,

Has anyone a copy of these two indicators; Dual Bollinger bands & Bollinger bands w/ dual cci??

Ray
traderduke
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traderduke  

mladen,

Thanks a lot, once again its even more then I asked for!!

The dual cci with Bollinger bands was in the Stock & commodities 2005 Oct edition anyone have a copy??

Forever Thankful,

Ray

mladen:
Ray

i got this : it allows you to have up to 3 Bollinger bands. If BandsDeviations(1,2,3)is set to value greater than 0, than it will show that bands, otherwise it will be omitted, so you can choose if you want 1,2 or 3 bands displayed.

regards

Mladen
Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Ray

Here is the article, but it is not a separate indicator. It is describing relation between Bollinger bands indicator (especially between one of its variations : the normalized Bollinger bands) and CCI. Attaching the normalized Bollinger band (as described in the article) so that you can immediately compare what Neil Jon Harrington is talking about in his article.

As an example : here is a 14 period normalized Bollinger band (upper) and CCI (lower - I used close as a CCI price for this example even though CCI should be calculated on typical price) Similarity is, as Neil Harrington is claiming in his article, strikingly obvious once when we know what and where to look

PS: Pay attention that 0 crosses are different - one would need to experiment with deviations multiplier to get crosses at same place, but as it is visible, the curve is as if it is copied from one to another

regards

Mladen

traderduke:
mladen,

Thanks a lot, once again its even more then I asked for!!

The dual cci with Bollinger bands was in the Stock & commodities 2005 Oct edition anyone have a copy??

Forever Thankful,

Ray
traderduke
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traderduke  

Mladen

Thank you for the info. I thought it was a dual indicator with 2 CCI's & 1 BB. Its funny though most info on indicators call CCI a momentum and BB a Volitility

indicator. I'm constantly searching for the best combination of setups.

Thanks again

Ray

mladen:
Ray

Here is the article, but it is not a separate indicator. It is describing relation between Bollinger bands indicator (especially between one of its variations : the normalized Bollinger bands) and CCI. Attaching the normalized Bollinger band (as described in the article) so that you can immediately compare what Neil Jon Harrington is talking about in his article.

As an example : here is a 14 period normalized Bollinger band (upper) and CCI (lower - I used close as a CCI price for this example even though CCI should be calculated on typical price) Similarity is, as Neil Harrington is claiming in his article, strikingly obvious once when we know what and where to look

PS: Pay attention that 0 crosses are different - one would need to experiment with deviations multiplier to get crosses at same place, but as it is visible, the curve is as if it is copied from one to another

regards

Mladen
blueeagle
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blueeagle  
mrtools:
This is Parabolic weighted moving average trend envelope.

Please make a separate histo version. Thanks.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
tamaraofx:
Please make a separate histo version. Thanks.

Here's the histo version.

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

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

All T3 trix (adaptive)

jim

Here you go I used the latest trix indicator for this, so this one has the possibility to be adaptive too (it is the default setting). Also, trix is somewhat similar to indicators like macd : values from different time frames are very different and that would cause lowest time frames to be shown almost as a line. Because of that they have to be "equalized" in order to make each time frame equally visible. "Equalization" changes the values, so if you are looking for original values the turn the "equalize" to false. Else, for visual checking, it is much better to have "equalize" set to true

regards

Mladen

94315jim:
mladen,

Is it possible for you to program an "ALL" version of Trix so that I can see multiple TFs in one indicator window?

thanks,

jim
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Jimmy
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Jimmy  

Thanx a lot mladen............

mladen:
jim

Here you go

I used the latest trix indicator for this, so this one has the possibility to be adaptive too (it is the default setting). Also, trix is somewhat similar to indicators like macd : values from different time frames are very different and that would cause lowest time frames to be shown almost as a line. Because of that they have to be "equalized" in order to make each time frame equally visible. "Equalization" changes the values, so if you are looking for original values the turn the "equalize" to false. Else, for visual checking, it is much better to have "equalize" set to true

regards

Mladen
Hercs
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Hercs  

Your opinion plse..

Hi Mladen,

Would you mind looking at this indicator for me and tell me why it "pulls apart" as per the picture on M1?

It is a Tr.Env. and the one shown here is the "_DEM_RIB" version.

Thanks in advance.

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Dema trend ...

ValeoFX

Use this one instead. This one avoids those errors as well as some repainting errors

regards

Mladen

ValeoFX:
Hi Mladen,

Would you mind looking at this indicator for me and tell me why it "pulls apart" as per the picture on M1?

It is a Tr.Env. and the one shown here is the "_DEM_RIB" version.

Thanks in advance.
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