thank you Mr Tools...
I would like to ask you to code a little modification to the indicator: for it to print arrows only if the signal was present at candle open; if the signal (cross) came only intra candle it wouldn't print any arrow
Dear Mladen, thank you so much for your prompt reaction, truly appreciated! I wonder how I missed this excellent tool while browsing the thread many times... I can see that MACD of centered TMA is looking far better than SSA normalized, even despite of their similarities.
I have further, also kind, request. Would it be possible to supply this MACD of centered TMA with EMA and to provide dots in places where crossovers occur so that it will be more visible in real-time? I am sure there will be shifts of the dots and maybe even some of them will disappear in real-time due to recalculating nature of centered TMA. But this is not an issue for me as I just need to clearly see the zone as such, regardless of where it begins and ends. Still, it would be great if there was a way to have more or less stable point of the crossover; maybe this can be done by determining the distance between EMA and MACD cenetered TMA after their crossover?
I've thrown MA on MACD of centered TMA on 5 sec and 1 min charts and can actually see that while the position above/below zero line can shift, the position of the crossover does not change too much. Although in real-time MA and MACD centered TMA are too much squeezed when the crossover is occured.
In summary, it would be great to have "classical" MACD based on centered TMA with crossovers, which are preferable will be more or less stable and visible in real-time.
The lenghth of EMA and of cenetered TMA should be adjustable.
Thank you very much, and best regards,
Since centered TMA and SSA are very, very similar, try this one out first : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general
It is much faster than SSA calculation would be and values (when it comes to MACD, but even when it comes to basic values) are virtually the same as SSA MACD would be
nonlag-schaff-trend-cycle lines fix
Can someone fix nonlag-schaff-trend-cycle, the lines sometimes misplaced
Thanks a lot
It should work OK now
Thank you very much, Mladen, you always the best
Please help where I could find this Elliot Wave indicator?
IFT of rwma stochastic ...
From December issue of TASC : inverse fisher transform of rainbow wma stochastic (a complicated name for something rather simple : stochastic is built on rainbow WMA (this rainbow WMA is our invention, since it is extended idea of a what can be found in TASC and since they do not want to admit that the besic idea is the rainbow MA ) and then inverse fisher transform is plied to that stochastic)
A pleasant weekend to all
A pleasant weekend to all
Thank you Mladen
Mladen, you are probably smiling already when you see my request for ARROWS (Yep Arrows) when the indicator brakes levels 85 down and 15 up. This is one of THE most under rated indicators on the market and with the combination of DTosc (and I am now testing your latest creation in "InverseFisher..." to see whether it will add more value, which it seems to do), it has already proved to me at least, that it is worth running.
Thanking you in advance.
Best personal regards.
Mladen or MrTools, please could you change the line thickness of this indicator for me? Alex.Piech.FinGeR constructed this gem and I would like to run it "in the back ground" rather than an overpowering solid line. Presently it can only be selected as single solid line or 2 - 3 thickness, etc. I would like the option to make those lines (levels) dotted in variation, etc.
Much appreciated again. Thanks.
Valeo, this should do the trick.
I've been fooling around with a pretty messy indicator found accidentally on the codebase website; after the cooking I ended up with this thing that basically, playing with Highs and Lows, is trying to catch inversion point an also give an idea about the current volatility in the market.
To me seems that could be worth give it a try, I'll start to test it as soon as the market open. About how to use it have a look at the picture, should be enough self-explanatory...
Last thing is that it can be plotted in 3 different ways: with no volatility bands, with smoothed bands (you can choose the smoothing period), or not smoothed bands; up to your taste...
Obviously his own period of calculation (HL-Period) will affect the reaction speed of the indicator (Long period slow reaction, short period fast reaction).
Feedback will be really appreciated!
UPDATE: first of all my apologies; I notice that the previous version posted had a refreshing problem when changing parameters or time frame , now it's fixed.
anybody that have already download the indi please re-download this corrected version; again my apologies about that...