i know it's only a 3EMA Cross and the Average Range is stupid with Range Bars but for me it works ...could some please make an alert for this old indicator in order to work with Range Bars?
This should do it
Just be careful with it : it uses one future value when looking for crosses (so the alert on current won't work as far as I see, and the alert on closed bar can change because the indicator uses that one future value)
The beauty of different time zones Anyway : you are running into one of the "peculiarities" of metatrader and how it works with time when objects are concerned. Anyway, made some small changes. Try it out is that is what you had in mind (added the BrokerHasSundayData parameter since if the broker does not have Sunday data then the next one should not start at Sunday but at Monday). The peculiarity stands of that even if you set the time correct, metatrader will align it to the nearest bar time. See the example : time is set correctly but when you try to find the time from cursor position it will still show as if the time is set to Friday while it is obviously set to Sunday the 18th of December
again your wizardry is well over the expectation, really really appreciated!!! Also great thumb up to MrTools, always kind and available...
You rock guys!!
Volume Flow Indicator
i found this volume flow indicator for a few platforms but not for metatrader:
Traders Tips - June 2004
would it be possible to code this indicator for metatrader?
i tried to convert it but failed
thank you and best regards,
Volume flow indicator ...
This is the volume flow indicator (VFI) itself (converted the tradestation code from traders tips).
thank you very much!
Leader of the MACD mtf divergence
Mrtools u Mladen, could make divergence of this indicators "Leader of the MACD mtf"?
Volume Weighted Moving Average
are there already some volume weighted moving average indicators in this forum?
In the "averages" indicator there is a volume weighted average already. In the one posted at this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general Method 9 is volume weighted moving average (as far as I remember in all the versions there was a volume weighted moving average too).