When MrTools is MIA, maybe is time to ask Mladen if he can take a look,
Thank you guys.
This is a bit upgraded adxvma indicator. Price filtering is added to it (TEMA is used for that purpose since I have noticed that it is rather good for price filtering - can not put a finger on it why, but it seems that TEMA is very good when it comes to any price pre-filtering) Some experimenting with aparameters is advised, and from my experience, it should be used on a normal "trend detection" time frames (daily for one). Here is an example of a EURUSD daily chart :
3x_ADX, 3x_DI+ and 3x_DI- Wllles Wilders versions
Indicator from this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173404/page5 but made to use real ADX (Welles Wilders' ADX not the built in metatrader ADX) For additional information of how to use the indicator see the November 2012 issue of TASC
can anyone tell me what's the name of this indicator (the support-resistance oblique lines) :
I found the screenshot here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum. I think it was made by Mr.Tools. Not sure if this is an advanced, elite or simple indicator. I just would like the name of it. Thanks a lot and Happy Christmas.
Was awhile back so not sure if the downloads are still available but the last post in this thread here, and they were free
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Am sure it is possible, I tried a few different ways of doing it but never got it right.
Good morning all and a special greeting to Mladen, MrTools and ND.
I am not sure whether you have read this article by Doug Tucker, but if you are in any way interested in the CCi, this is a must read.
Having said that, I am keen to hear Mladen's opinion after the read or maybe even having read that already. I am now embarking on finding the Adaptive CCi as I am sure Mladen must have built it already. My standard settings are CCi-5 for overheating and 92% accurate and 34 as the Trend FWIW.
Wishing you a pleasant day.
Judging from the description it is the one from this post : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/174980/page11
Will check more (this one was just a brief reading of the article from that link)