Thanks a lot!
mladen, would you modify the "digital filters - on chart trends" indicator so that it can compare the same type of filter but for different price types? for example, i would be interested in satl/close vs. satl/open - i "engineered" a screenshot with photoshop to illustrate it better.
i am also attaching the "digital filters - on chart" indicator just in case it is required. thanks in advance!!
p.s. would be great if you can add alerts as well
That is an easy one Here you go. Two digital filters of any kind and using any price on the same chart and in the same indicator. On the example satl with close and open prices used for comparison
wow that was fast, thank you! could you also show this as a histogram - one color for positive difference, another for negative difference... just like in "digital filters - on chart trends" (see bottom histogram)? actually that was what i had in mind, because it would be a nice option to de-clutter the charts.
That is an easy one
Averages rsi histo ( summed )
HELLO MLADEN AND MR TOOLS,
Attached is an RSI SUMMED which you made that enables one to use at least 8 different periods each with its own overbought and oversold levels. The GREEN COLOR comes up when ALL 8 Periods are ABOVE their user specified overbought levels while the RED COLOR comes up when ALL 8 Periods are BELOW their user specified oversold levels.
When ALL 8 periods DO NOT fulfil these condition,the indicator shows a NEUTRAL COLOR ( GOLD ).
Can you please assist to create a similar version using the AVERAGES RSI HISTO. It should also be able to use at least 8 different periods, each with its respective levels.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR KIND ASSISTANCE.
This is Averages Rsi histo. summed.
Scrat, this version gets the difference between the 2 lines like macd if greater than zero then uptrend less than zero down trend.Its mtf with alerts on color change.
Re ; averages rsi summed
Hello mr tools,
Many thanks for your promt and kind response, God bless you richly
thank you, works great!
I still do not have that TASC itself, so can not tell more about the usage and the explanation of this indicator nor can I attach the article describing it. At a first glance looks like some known trend determining indicators, but it seems that the math is slightly different.
is it possible to have an arrow were they cross