Elite indicators :) - page 782

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
mladen:
Mike Here it is

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Mladen

Adxvma histo - new mql compatible : adxvma_-_histo_nmc.mq4

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
mladen:
Guys, I have noticed one illogical thing in the indicator (the first step how adx part is calculated) I did use tradestation indicator as a model and it seems that there is an error in it that I inherited without thinking of it . In these that error is corrected. Even the results are better this way.

This calculation is much closer to the one from the public section (so the one from the public section is a fairly correct indicator) with much faster code in 99% of time and extras that are specific just to these posted in the elite section. So if you downloaded the indicators from previous posts, please use these instead. Also added one more option to the "regular" version : MultiColorMode- if set to false just one color is going to be used to display adxvma (useful if one wants to use a couple of adxvma to check for crosses as signals)

Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

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Mladen

Updated adxvma histo - final compatible with the new mql : adxvma_-_histo_final_nmc.mq4

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

All time frame TMA (regular, non-recalculating TMA) with an interpolation option added to it : all_time_frame_tma_2.ex4

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  
mladen:
Just in case ... In case someone is wondering what is the basic logic behind the adxvma indicator, here is one middle step of it that might be as useful as the indicator itself. (there are additional steps after this one, so do not compare the 2 indicators, but this step seems particularly interesting)

If it seems familiar to anyone, the answer is "yes". It seems that it is the power trend indicator (the "real" power trend, not the ones that are posted and published as it - of this I am not 100% sure (all I have seen from the "real" one are pictures of it), but it sure as hell looks a lot like it)

Updated version of adx trend compatible with new mql : adx_trend_nmc.mq4

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Mladen Rakic
151721
Mladen Rakic  
mladen:
While we are at it ...

Something newdigital and me were cooking some time ago, and I forgot about it

Originally it was developed by cronex (I think his idea is very good), but we added some our ideas (especially about how the flat period should be determined) and cleaned it up a bit. So, here it is

The "flat zones" are marked by gray vertical lines by default. As you can see, basis of this one is Ichimoku but is interpreted in a bit different way. You should be looking for crosses and take care about flat zones (in this one they should be treated as 'no trade zone)

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mladen

Updated version of cronex taichi compatible with new mql : cronex_taichi_nmc.mq4

Mladen Rakic
151721
Mladen Rakic  
mladen:
yama Here you go I did not know what exactly did you have on mind so made two 'flavors" :
a "simple" separate window Taichi (like this)
and a histogram version (like this) In upper histo part signal lines prevailing color is shown, in lower histo part a Taichi prevailing color is show, Flat (if it is there), is shown through the whole histo

PS: only one change is made compared to the looks of Cronex taichi : signal lines color are inverted (the red and the lime, I think it is more logical this way)

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Mladen

Cronext taichi histogram version : cronex_taichi_-_histo_nmc.mq4

Mladen Rakic
151721
Mladen Rakic  

And finally the cronex taichi separate made new mql compatible too : cronex_taichi_-_separate_nmc.mq4

Mladen Rakic
151721
Mladen Rakic  
mladen:
heikobaer

Here you go

As far as I remember I posted the basic version on one of the public threads (right now could not find it where) but added some stuff to this one, so this is a bit upgraded and improved

Wish you a pleasant weekend

regards

Mladen

Leader MACD made new mql compatible : leadermacd_nmc.mq4

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William Snyder
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William Snyder  

alf non lag bands mtf from here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general updated to be new mt4 compatible and for some reason I didn't interpolate the upper and lower band, which is fixed in this version.

Mladen Rakic
151721
Mladen Rakic  
mladen:
Ray

It is simpler to show the whole process of making a single file MTF from a "normal" indicator on a simple code.

So, here is a simplified code of non lag moving average and a mtf version of it with comments and explanations what and why is done at some part of the code. Using this indicator simply because it is much, much simpler to see in it exactly what is done (just take a look at the start procedure of the "non mtf" version)

int start()

{

int counted_bars=IndicatorCounted();

int i,limit;

if(counted_bars<0) return(-1);

if(counted_bars>0) counted_bars--;

limit = MathMin(Bars-counted_bars,Bars-1);

for (i=limit; i>=0; i--) NonLagMaBuffer = iNoLagMa(iMA(NULL,0,1,0,MODE_SMA,Price,i),Length,alphas,0,i);

return(0);

}

Also, the code of it is suitable to calculate values of anything. All you have to change is the first parameter in calling the iNoLagMa()function ( theiMA(NULL,0,1,0,MODE_SMA,Price,i) part which is used for fast price extraction in the above code)

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PS: in these color changes are left out for sake of simplicity. Non repainting color changes need to be coded in a different way and needs at least 2 more buffers so I decided to keep it as simple as possible. Instead made a third indicator that has a multi color non repainting mode (MultiColorparameter) and alerts (since alerts in mtf also have to be taken care of at a specific way) - the "nrp" version does all those things (like this example : it is a 1 hour NonLagMA on a 15 minute chart)

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mladen

Nonlag ma made new mql compatible : nonlagma_nrp_nmc.mq4

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