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drhouse7
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drhouse7  

FX sniper's ergodic cci signal

hello!

could be possible for someone to add an extern alert parameter for this good indy by Linuxser ?

simply sound_alert=false

THANKS for any help

Igor Durkin
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Igor Durkin  

Done. But you should use uploaded version of FX_Snipers_Ergodic_CCI_Trigger.

dr.house7:
hello!

could be possible for someone to add an extern alert parameter for this good indy by Linuxser ?

simply sound_alert=false

THANKS for any help
drhouse7
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drhouse7  
igorad:
Done. But you should use uploaded version of FX_Snipers_Ergodic_CCI_Trigger.

THANKS many thanks igorad !

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
dpb:
mrtools,

I like your setup with clean charts and only a few simple indicators. My trading method also involves using support/resistance and trendlines. Would you mind sharing that s/r indicator (dotted lines) as shown on your charts?

Regards,

DPB.

Sorry for such delayed response just noticed your post. Yes it does show S&R but its actually a zig zag 1,2,3 indicator.

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san4x
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san4x  

Apologies if not posted in the correct thread, NewDigital.

It would be great if one of the brilliant programmers here could add MTF to the DTosc indicator. This indicator is an excellent fast stochastic and derived from the Dynamic Trader program by Robert Miner (excellent book btw).

I have tested many stochastics, but found this one to be the best and most accurate in defining turning points and following cycles (I also use it to count cycles/waves, works well).

If anyone needs more info on this indicator, let me know.

Cheers and thanks in advance!

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dtosc.mq4 3 kb
Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

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It could have been done on a public thread too (since it was there I posted dtosc for the first time) but, anyway, here you go

regards

mladen

Snowski:
Apologies if not posted in the correct thread, NewDigital.

It would be great if one of the brilliant programmers here could add MTF to the DTosc indicator. This indicator is an excellent fast stochastic and derived from the Dynamic Trader program by Robert Miner (excellent book btw).

I have tested many stochastics, but found this one to be the best and most accurate in defining turning points and following cycles (I also use it to count cycles/waves, works well).

If anyone needs more info on this indicator, let me know.

Cheers and thanks in advance!
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dtosc_1.mq4 5 kb
san4x
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san4x  

Yeah, I wasn't sure. But thanks a lot mladen...truely class #1 job!

kiasom
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kiasom  
Snowski:
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I have tested many stochastics, but found this one to be the best and most accurate in defining turning points and following cycles (I also use it to count cycles/waves, works well).

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If anyone needs more info on this indicator, let me know.

I've tried it, and i like it, especially on TF from M15. E.g. the following settings on H1 are nice:

PeriodRSI =15

PeriodStoch= 8

PeriodSK = 7

PeriodSD = 2

MAmode = 3

However, it seems the PeriodSD has no influence at all?

I had another favourite before, the Double Stochastic, but this one is faster and more flexible to calibrate.

Yes, Snowski, it would be nice to get more info!

And thanks to mladen for making it MTF.

san4x
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san4x  

Thanks Kiasom for your reply and settings, will have to try those.

The PeriodSD has influence, it is the red dotted line in the attached examples. Try to change the value from 3 to 8 and see what happens...

I use the following settings, depending on the pair and marketconditions:

From the book "High Probability Trading Strategies" by Robert Miner

Robert uses 3 different settings depending on market conditions

Best way is to test each setting and see which one fits best, these settings are the ones I use most and differ slightly from Miner (last digit is smaller, so the crossover of the dotted red line is somewhat tighter):

- DTosc(8,5,3,3)

- DTosc(13,8,5,3)

- DTosc(21,13,8,5)

- DTosc(34,21,13,10)

Best settings: The goal is to obtain 'waves' that nicely oscillate from OS to OB zone and back.

Use: see also the two examples below. When for the current TF the right "fit" has been determined, I use the DTosc for identifying momentum and price reversals. Once again, this all depends on what you want to achieve and your trading strategy.

As part of my trading strategy, if I get a long signal, I check DTosc for confirmation and possible reversals:

- If DTosc is in OS area and turning bullish, this is a nice opportunity to enter the long trade.

- If DTosc is bearish (heading south), I wait for reversal of DTosc in this timeframe before entering the long trade.

This rather obvious technique has seriously improved my trading results as I have noticed the DTosc is extremely fast and accurate.

When in doubt, I check the lower timeframes and make sure DTosc is lined up in same direction.

Example:

H1: Get a long trading signal, DTosc reversal turning bullish from OS zone.

M15: DTosc is headed south from OB zone.

In this example, I wait until the DTosc is turning bullish again (bullish reversal) in the M15 TF before going long.

Last tip (but this goes for all oscillators as well): watch for divergences.

Happy trading

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kiasom
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kiasom  
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