Which one is the original?
I was referring to your "corrected version" you posted as I only use the "corrected" versions since. That is why I was "concerned" that the "corrected Oscillator" was giving these opposing signals as can be seen from my post.
I do appreciate your time and explanation immensely, Mladen. Thank you I will persevere with both until I am satisfied that I see the correctness of the Oscillator. I like the concept very much.
I have made a request to have a summed(composite) version of Gann T3 highlow activator histo at Post #6253
At the 3rd state (when all of the values don't show the same direction) the color of the histogram can be white or it can be half red half blue like i mentioned earlier. Thank you very much.
OK. that way the 3rd state is clarified and it can be done
Thank you sincerely for the "Auto_Fib_Pivots" tool.
Thank you Mladen,
I am eagerly waiting for the modified version of gann t3 highlow activator histogram. The modification details and the indicator itself are on post # 6253.
Hi MLaden & MrTools
Do you perhaps have the MoCS Indicator (or can you create it) for MT4? I copy-pasted the explanation of it from the "ProfitableTrading" website. See summary write-up below:-
MoCS combines relative strength (RS) and the Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD) indicator. RS highlights the best-performing stocks, while MACD uses moving averages of the closing price to determine when momentum is changing, helping traders spot trend reversals.
MoCS replaces the closing prices used in the traditional MACD formula with a RS calculation, the idea being that the momentum of RS can give an earlier signal when prices are changing directions. A positive MoCS shows momentum is rising, while a negative MoCS highlights a downtrend in price. The formula for MoCS is:
MoCS = (12-period EMA of (Stock/S&P 500)) – (26-period EMA (Stock/S&P 500))
-- EMA represents an exponential moving average.
-- Stockrepresents the closing price of the stock or ETF being studied.
-- S&P 500 represents the closing price of the S&P 500 index.
-- Stock/S&P 500is a measure of relative strength.
Been checking that site and it seems that the formula how they published it is wrong. It does not have any sense to calculate it that way (values of the oscillator would not be what they are showing at pictures at all if the formula they are talking about would be applied). Will try to find the exact formula somehow. What I have found is actually not even similar to what have been described in words :
Also, in metatrader there is a problem of a complete lack of some indices at some brokers and it would make it work on some brokers only
It seems that the hunch was correct : here is a link with with much more detail about the MoCS (The momentum of comparative strength) : Momentum of comparative strength - StockFetcher.com Stock Screener
In my broker list of indices I do have S&P 500(it is called _US500 at my broker) so it will be possible to make that indicator (at least at my broker). Those who do not have it will have to find some other "underlying" index for that purpose
Probably a "daft question" to follow from a non-programmer (but a Mechanical Engineer that believes that just about anything is possible):-
Why can it not be programmed to accept "ANY INDICES" like all your other great indicators? Or perhaps programmed/set-up initially for S&P 500 but then to have in the pop-up settings window the option to key in alternative indices. Just a thought pal!!! In this way we end up with our own unique FxTSD Indicator (the "MaCS" Indicator).
Have a great Sunday.
Here you go Each symbol can be set to desired symbols (default for the 2nd symbol is S&P 500but you can set it to any desired value). One parameter needs to be explained. Multiplier. For time frames less than 4 hour if we do not apply some multiplier values are too close to 0 and we get a simple flat line. For that, multiplier is used to make the values (that are not 0) visible and to avoid the metatrader display problem when values are too close to 0