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Hercs
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Hercs  

Kindly add Alert function..

Good morning Mladen,

Would you be kind enough and add an ALERT function to the latest "Blau ergodic tsi & divergence 2.01" for me?

Thanking you most sincerely.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
ValeoFX:
GM, MrTools. This looks pretty good on first glance; want to compare it to the regular though. Please tell me what colours your candles plse? Or is it still the one that repaints? Best wishes,

Its Heiken Ashi.

Hercs
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Hercs  

Thanks

mrtools:
Its Heiken Ashi.

Thanks for the quick reply. Appreciated.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  

This is the same o same o i know , but looked all the places i know and couldn't find a histo version of the 4 rsi's, and it has all the extras.

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

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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These 2 are extended versions of what John Ehlers called "Empirical mode decomposition" and now in the last issue of TASC he is calling it market mode.

One version is a "classical" version but with coloring, multi time frame and alerts added. The other is one kind of setting completely different way of finding out when the "market mode" has changed. In the "classical" Ehlers uses a 50 period simple moving average of peaks and valleys as a level at which the market mode changes. In the variation (the version "3") it is a sort of filtered EMA and I think that in some cases that version is performing better. Anyway try it out, it might be worth it ....

In the example : upper is the "version 2" and lower is the "version 3"

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Hull variation 2 ...

This is an upgraded version that is using SwingMans idea of adjusting "speed" of Hull moving average calculation. Interpolation as well as alerts are added to this version. Setting the divisor to 2 equals to the original Hull moving averages. Setting to values higher that 2 "speeds" it up (but adds overshooting too) Setting it to less than 2 "slows" it down but also lessens the overshooting

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poohguo
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poohguo  
mladen:
These 2 are extended versions of what John Ehlers called "Empirical mode decomposition" and now in the last issue of TASC he is calling it market mode.

One version is a "classical" version but with coloring, multi time frame and alerts added. The other is one kind of setting completely different way of finding out when the "market mode" has changed. In the "classical" Ehlers uses a 50 period simple moving average of peaks and valleys as a level at which the market mode changes. In the variation (the version "3") it is a sort of filtered EMA and I think that in some cases that version is performing better. Anyway try it out, it might be worth it ....

In the example : upper is the "version 2" and lower is the "version 3"

Hi Mladen,

How do we trade this indicator ? Once the color turns green buy and turns red sell ?

Thanks,

pooh

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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According to John Ehlers, yes. Those are the entry points as he describes it.

The "zone" in which the lines is "colorless" should be no-entry zone

pooh123:
Hi Mladen,

How do we trade this indicator ? Once the color turns green buy and turns red sell ?

Thanks,

pooh
spotforex
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spotforex  

Composite stochastic

Hi Mladen,

Would you be able to create a generic/composite stochastic of different pairs? If so, what would be the maximum number of pairs that could be displayed? As well, would you please add an alert when the first listed pair crosses over/under the 50 level.

As always, thank you!!

-spotforex

mladen:
In the March 2012 issue of TASC they are bringing back an idea of swami charts (indicators) again

As far as I know, we do not have any of the swami charts (indicators) s here is a swami stochastic. It is different than the John Ehlers though : we can choose which range of stochastic indicators we want to be calculated (by default, it ranges from 6 to 48) and if we want a "generic" stochastic generated or not (it is an average of all the stochastic values calculated for start to end stochastic and then it is averaged in order to give us a kind of a "generic" stochastic)

Here is an example without generic stochastic generated (upper), and with it (lower)

PS: in this indicator a reasonable BarsToDraw must be used. The main problem is in a fact that each and every value is drawn as an object and even for mild start and end values it tends to have a very big number of objects and that is something that metatrader does not like too much . Calculation itself is optimized but great number of objects can slow down terminal significantly, so I do not recommend big number of bars drawn (I think that the default is quite enough for normal usage - even like that it has more than 6000 objects drawn)
Mladen Rakic
151505
Mladen Rakic  

Swami stochastic 2 ...

Here you go Some changes done : now you can chose if you want the swami chart displayed or not. If it is displayed then it will create those objects and then you are rather limited to how many symbols you can show on a chart. In that case you have a chart like this for example (two different symbols in this example)

But if you turn the swami chart off, it becomes a simple one drawing buffer indicator and more or less you are limited as with any other simple indicator. In that case the chart could look like this

PS; some cosmetic changes too done (as it is visible )

regards

Mladen

spotforex:
Hi Mladen,

Would you be able to create a generic/composite stochastic of different pairs? If so, what would be the maximum number of pairs that could be displayed? As well, would you please add an alert when the first listed pair crosses over/under the 50 level.

As always, thank you!!

-spotforex
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