Thank you mrtools for your fast reply, I agree it's a good one., I've tried it, it works very good ... other preferences ( what about your favorite one ? lol ) Thanks again man.
Thanks for finding the indicator , it looks awesome !
How does it alert ? Does it alert on zero line or does it alert when the dots in the middle changes colour ?
Because the dots in the middle looks really great , if it dosnt alert on the colour of the dots changes can you fix that ?
Thanks for your help !
As far as I see it alerts on dots color change
it seems to be something wrong with the alert on the indicator , i have the option alert on current set to false but i still get alerts even though its not a new candle , lastest alert i got was 14:38 and it should trigger at 15:00.
That indicator uses ssa (singular spectrum analysis) for calculation
Since ssa recalculates, it can (and will) change the place where it shows the alerts should happen (or happened)
And that makes the indicator worthless. I will keep on searching :-)
would you please add interpolate for the moving averages of the Malden's indicator " 3 MA Cross with alert_mtf.mq4 "
Also, would add 6 different arrows color (3 up and 3 down) for crossing MA1/MA2, MA1/MA3 and MA2/MA3 during up and down
MA1/MA2 = Blue
MA1/MA3 = LimeGreen
MA2/MA3 = DodgerBlue
MA1/MA2 = Red
MA1/MA3 = Orange
MA2/MA3 = FireBrick
sorry for lot of requests
Hi Mrtools, what is the best way to use this indicator? A link to some info would be much appreciated.
Hi Mladen & Mrtools, I know it's Saturday ( probably your away from your computer), but I need so badly to understand what is Dynamic zones ( are they simple Bollinger bands applied to indicators ? ). How to trade them ? How to understand the lines are showing.
Thanks guys for your help.
..... Btw I'm addicted to your threads keep it up
Talaat E, sorry for my late answer to your request, added interpolation, about the different colors for the different crossings, if I'm not mistaken you can change the colors as you like, either in the source code or as you apply the indicator to your chart.