SSA end-pointed normalized 3
Changeable symbol added (so now you can chose the symbol for which to display value). Since from the experience I know that this way is used sometimes for correlations monitoring, added the invert option too (so you can invert the value around the 0 axis) That way I think all the angles are covered. Here is an example of a "foreign" symbol used with inverted values for the upper instance of the indicator
I need a favour plse and one is a "walk in the park" for you as I need an audible alarm on an existing indicator, but the second one is a little more than a walk and probably a "jog" for you.
I attach a screen-print that shows both in action and are as follows:
The "SimpleENTRY" is the request for an alert and you will see it showing in the bottom right hand corner near the time.
The most obvious one to the right is the "jog" as I wish to change this present format (which is LawGirl's Trend display using RSi-3 settings on all the TFs), to showing me the position of the "x-EMA" to the current price in pip-value. The screen starts @ M15 going to M30, H1, H4, D1 & W1.
Also, I would like the distances to be shown without decimal points, plse and Green for above the "x-EMA" and Red for below.
I attach both indicators for your kind attention.
Thanking you most sincerely.
Good morning to you Mladen,
Trust this finds you and the family well.
The indicator I posted here as "SimpleENTRY" is flawed in the sense that although it reads the price correctly, it shows the wrong direction, i.e. when the price is Long it will be coloured RED and telling one to SELL.
Sorry for not having noticed that before.
DTosc 2.05 Multi RSI
Here is the dtosc with floating levels and the rest (arrows, alerts, divergence ...) in one indicator
I took your DTosc 2.05 indi and extended it with your former Multi RSI capability:
RSI_Mode: 1=RSI,2=Wilders RSI,3=RSX,4=Cuttler RSI
it works !
I was too fast...
first counting of method is wrong. Correct is: 0=RSI,1=Wilders RSI,2=RSX,3=Cuttler RSI
second: the MTF support is not working and I couldn't find the bug yet... sorry
For multi time frame to work correctly : just change these lines in the init section :
IndicatorShortName(divergenceUniqueID+": "+timeFrameToString(timeFrame)+" DTosc 2.05 Multi RSI, "+getRsiName(RSI_Mode)+" ("+RSI_Period+","+PeriodStoch+","+PeriodSK+","+PeriodSD+")");
to these :
[PHP] shortName = divergenceUniqueID+": "+timeFrameToString(timeFrame)+" DTosc 2.05 Multi RSI, "+getRsiName(RSI_Mode)+" ("+RSI_Period+","+PeriodStoch+","+PeriodSK+","+PeriodSD+")";
It will work OK then Just try to make it a bit shorter (the short name) since with default settings it will be too long and that way the indicator will not know where to draw divergence lines when trying to draw them on values
..everything is fixed now .
this indicator seems to re-paint when you refresh the chart only. Because of the high/lows it appears to work well on renko charts without refreshing the chart. The repaint also appears on regular charts.
1.Can you fix the repaint?
2. add a trend 1 or -1 with your alerts?
Alert displaying the price
Can you modify the code of the 3.01 version to display the price in the alert popup box and the expert advisors tab.
The input menu can have
Display Price: True/False
Display Ask Price: True/False
So that the indicator gives the option to have the ask price instead of the bid price displayed if display ask price is set true, if false like always the alert displays the bid price of the instrument.
Thanks in advance.
High-Low activator with arrows
could you please attach your indicator 'High-Low activator'
showing up/down arrows only (i.e., without the line) when the color changes.
I tried to do this using iCustom function, but without success. :-)
After some forward testing...
Open M1 chart ... and what? we may have many questions:
EURUSD is in bullish or bearish in general?
when it was started and when it will be finished?
But we are not trading primary trend. We are trading secondary trend - means: we are trading the trend for right now (secondary).
Trend following is when primary and secondary trends are same ones (bullish/bullish; bearish/bearish).
So, using this simple setup - we will have the answers on all those questions using just this one M1 chart (or M5 or M15 for example).
- primary trend (which can exist for many hours) is related to the cloud: price is above the cloud - bullish; below is for bearish.
- secondary trend is NRTR indicator: blue line is bullish and red line is bearish.
After some forward testing on my platforms, I made a small change to the numbers which seems to have generated better results on my platform and it is as follows: NRTR only of course set @ ATR 14 and coefficient @ 4,0.
Should you have tried this combination as well at some stage I would love to hear from you.