Thanks pal - much appreciated!!
All of the best in the new week ahead.
This is a double rsi of averages (additional choice of averages used in calculation added to this version - you can chose from the list of 20 different types of averages) Some smoother averages are giving quite interesting results (since they are causing very smooth result too. Also, using a "double rsi" seems to be adding some to the functionality of the indicator and surprisingly, the lag is almost none when compared to "regular" rsi usage)
Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general
Could you please do a mtf nrp histo version of this with your std. the alerts package?
Thanks & regards
I am unable to reply directly to your reply regarding the WPR on previous page - see my attached screen-print for info. So I am trying a different route:
Thank you ever so much. I will try my best, but I am sure there is none with vertical lines on candles or is there?
You never seize to amaze me with your expertise.
Best personal regards,
Well Mladen, I decided to try and convert your Color Stochastic as I like the colours in the -80/ -20 zones bit to no avail.
Here is a screen-print of what I tried - it does not show up on the chart. Only the horizontal lines.
Please be kind enough and help me get this sorted out. I feel rather anxious to get it running tomorrow already as I am convinced that I have a winner here.
Thank you in advance.
KPeriod can not be -100
Any chance you could update us on the Chart, package and settings??
I hope that all is well on your side of the world. I am finding this tool (Angle of T3 histo) quite handy as a complimentary confirmation in my "Hull line-break strategy". Over the past week I've had 19/20 strikes (almost a crystal ball I would say) with my customized tweaked settings so thanks a stack of pips pal!!!
Could you please incorporate into the tool your standard alerts package?
Thanks & have a super weekend!!
Maybe I did not explain Ok
Here is an example : upper uis stochastic set to 14,1,1 and lower is wpr set to 14. If you subtract 100 from stochastic value or you ad 100 to wpr value they are going to be exactly the same in values too (as you can see they are the same this way too, the only difference is that 100 - all the rest : the slop, the levels, everything is exactly the same.)
Here is an upgrade of the "classical" version first
And here is the histo version of the double rsi of averages (multi time frame and alerts capable already)
updated version posted here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general