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William Snyder
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William Snyder  
dakiki:
Hello MR TOOLS,

Would you please be so kind and also do a T3 nrp MTF histogram (a non 2x one, just simple)

Thank you!

Daniel

Hi Daniel,

Sorry not understanding but how do you want it, maybe using slope , or Macd like. On the one i posted can be used as either a cross of fast and slow original or with the originals the same, but with different fast and slow periods like this.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  

This looks like it may be of some use, its an atr adaptive normalized jurik, and a Stlm made from it. The atr can use one of the 18 different averages for its calculations.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
dakiki:
Hello Mladen,

Would you please be so kind and add divergencies, smoothing and alarms to the latest ''DTOSC floating levels mtf'' indicator?

Thank you!

Daniel

Daniel, have this version its using Morris smoothing, had everything else just added the divergence. The alerts and arrows should happen as the SK (green line) is >< than SD (orange dotted line) and leaving the upper and lower floating level.

sager22
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sager22  

Mrtools

would you please add multipairfunctions to this indicator

Files:
dpo_mtf.mq4 3 kb
William Snyder
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William Snyder  
sager22:
Mrtools would you please add multipairfunctions to this indicator

Hi Sager22,

Here you go Sager22, haven't done one before, only thing missing is interpolation, will post one with interpolation once i find an example, how to do, and made this version Histo. hope that's ok.

Files:
Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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ValeoFX

Arrows when signal line is crossed or when levels are crossed?

ValeoFX:
Mladen,

Your #DTosc floating levels" attached, would you be kind enough and just add the usual Arrows for me, plse? I have looked for one, but could not find it. No rush.

Many thanks.
dakiki
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dakiki  

Hi Mor Tools,

Alright, sorry for the oversight. Thanks a lot for doing both this one and the DTOSC floating levels one.

Have a nice Sunday,

Daniel

mrtools:
Hi Daniel, Sorry not understanding but how do you want it, maybe using slope , or Macd like. On the one i posted can be used as either a cross of fast and slow original or with the originals the same, but with different fast and slow periods like this.
airquest
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airquest  

CCI floating levels

mladen:
And this one too
A pleasant weekend to all

Thanks a lot Mladen for your work.

As this request was apart from the other and don't know if it was seen, I just friendly remind to please make a mtf CCI floating levels when you get a chance in the busy workload here these days. Based on CCI nrp with the advanced settings would be great. Thanks.

cci_-_nrp_amp_mtf_advanced_1.mq4cci_-_nrp_amp_mtf.mq4

airquest
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airquest  
airquest:
Thanks a lot Mladen for your work. As this request was apart from the other and don't know if it was seen, I just friendly remind to please make a mtf CCI floating levels when you get a chance in the busy workload here these days. Based on CCI nrp with the advanced settings would be great. Thanks.

I have a little change to make to the request, that's why I was reposting actually but I got caught by 30 mn delay. Regarding these observations : I find the regular CCI nrp faster than advanced (even with smoothing period set to 1), but I would need one also with smooth settings.

So if you could make two versions of CCI floating levels, one advanced, one regular, it would be really great! Thanks. And sorry for giving you work

cci_-_nrp_amp_mtf_advanced_1.mq4

cci_-_nrp_amp_mtf.mq4

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

CCI floating levels ...

airquest

The calculation used in both versions is exactly the same, so there is no difference in values at all if you set the SmoothLength to 1. Here is a comparison of the 3 (the floating level included) with SmoothLength set to 1 and all the 3 have exactly the same values of CCI (checked it on past values too, and all the values are exactly the same)

Now, the floating level version : the OverBought and OverSold levels are to be entered in different than the usual way. The usual way for CCI is (for example) +100 and -100. In this one it s all about percentages so the Overbought is set by default to 90% and OverSold is set by default to 10%. In that case the CCI looks like this :

airquest:
I have a little change to make to the request, that's why I was reposting actually but I got caught by 30 mn delay. Regarding these observations : I find the regular CCI nrp faster than advanced (even with smoothing period set to 1), but I would need one also with smooth settings.

So if you could make two versions of CCI floating levels, one advanced, one regular, it would be really great! Thanks. And sorry for giving you work

cci_-_nrp_amp_mtf_advanced_1.mq4

cci_-_nrp_amp_mtf.mq4

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