Thank you sincerely!! Now I have no doubt that you've already anticipated my next request (given that I'm your regular Histo-junkie). On the histo-version I will only need the "colour change" for the stoch-pair EXITING the 80% and 20% zones.
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Does that mean that you need a color only when stochastic is entering the neutral zone?
Typically I would like to have red histo bars following a downward cross of the 80% line (pulling out of overbought zone) running all the way down through into oversold zone. Then when the Stoch crosses back upwards over the 20% line(pulling out of oversold) histo bars change state to green. If it's at all possible for you to also accommodate "shallow dips" (short downward pullback) from the 80% running just below the 50% followed by a cross-over back over the 50% it would also be handy to have a colour changes. Regarding the latter the same concept would apply to "short peaks" (short upward pullbacks) which cross the 20% and 50% and then cross back downwards quickly. I really don't know if this can be incorporated into the indicator but I'll leave it up to you to advise on this.
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Try out this version (I placed both on a same picture for comparison sake only)
I have been using 2 of your indicators superimposed together with good results, by adjusting the inputs for different currencies. Can you please create 1 indicator out of it and hopefully, also add the dll library into the new combo indicator itself as well if possible for simplicity reasons, (as per our last pm about a different indicator).
Here is a picture as well as the 2 indicators and the dll library.
Thanks so much for all your help past and present, and hope you and your family are having a wonderful holiday season.
This histo is not giving me what I'm actually aiming for (despite having tried a number of different permutations). Could you please modify the indicator to rather give me a colour change each time the "fast Stoch" crosses the "slow Stoch"? Therefore what I would be typically looking for is Lime Green histo bars generated upon the upward cross-over of Stochs (outside of the "oversold Crimson red zone") and similarly Red histo bars upon the downward cross-over of Stochs (outside the overbought "Dark Green zone").
I appreciate your prompt assistance and humbly apologize in advance for having wasted your time earlier today.
Here you go It is one indicator now and it does not require the "OneSideGaussianLibrary" library any more
Thanks so much for creating perfect simplicity. I really appreciate all your efforts.
Here is a version that show a histogram depending on crosses of two stochastic oscillators. Test it, but quite frankly, I do not think that it is what you are looking for (you will have results that are not the expected ones when two stochastic oscillators crosses are taken int account)
Thanks sincerely for the effort. You were absolutely correct about the results of this tool. I find the T3 Momentum burst histo by far much more accurate.
Sometimes it goes like that. Even though the stochastic seems as a logical choice for crosses, as you can see, when used it gives random results. Not quite sure why is it happening but probably the "nature" of the stochastic calculation has to do with it