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chris1010
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chris1010  

questions about Hurst indicator

I saw this indicator posted recently in the Elite area. It seems pretty good, but the outer bands are always changing so it is hard to use as a good overbought/oversold indicator especially on a 5 or 15 chart.

Can someone tell me what the settings in the indicator mean? The explanation wasn't posted with the indicator when I found it here.

Thank you.

Chris

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Linuxser
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Linuxser  
chris1010:
I saw this indicator posted recently in the Elite area. It seems pretty good, but the outer bands are always changing so it is hard to use as a good overbought/oversold indicator especially on a 5 or 15 chart.

Can someone tell me what the settings in the indicator mean? The explanation wasn't posted with the indicator when I found it here.

Thank you.

Chris

mmm, take a look here and here

Buai
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Buai  

Multi RVI Indi

Hello, Ive been checking everything Indi-wise at this great site for a few days, and what I saw got me doing mental gymnastics.

This is a VERY basic Indi (from a VERY new trader) that Cja inspired (he doesnt know it tho), based on RVI.

Im still getting a handle on what it can divulge, but it does seem to have something to say.

I like Fibonacci very much, and use the sequence of numbers at (nearly) all times, so I created this Indi using them.

I coloured it as best I can, but wonder if anyone thinks its worth refining (colour wise) to reflect whether the RVI's are above or below the 55 RVI. (ie so the lines change colour)

Its really basic I know...

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Md Aminur Rahman
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Md Aminur Rahman  

Volume Breakdown Indicator

HI coders

is it possible to make a Volume Breakdown Indicator for Elite people

all forumula can be found here

http://www.linnsoft.com/tour/techind/vb.htm
jswei
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jswei  

McGinley Dynamic

Hi,

Has anyone use the McGinley Dynamic indicator before?

I was just reading an article in Investopedia about it:

The Most Reliable Indicator You've Never Heard Of

It sounds interesting and I was wondering how it looks like.

Tried Googling it but found nothing substantial except a formula for the Metastock:-

MetaStock - McGinley Dynamic Indicator

Ref(Mov(C,12,E),-1)+((C-(Ref(Mov(C,12,E),-1))) / (C/(Ref(Mov(C,12,E),-1))*125))

Perhaps, the Metastock users among us can shed some light.

Cheers,

jswei.

Mladen Rakic
151208
Mladen Rakic  

Here you go

regards

mladen

jswei:
Hi,

Has anyone use the McGinley Dynamic indicator before?

I was just reading an article in Investopedia about it:

The Most Reliable Indicator You've Never Heard Of

It sounds interesting and I was wondering how it looks like.

Tried Googling it but found nothing substantial except a formula for the Metastock:-

MetaStock - McGinley Dynamic Indicator

Ref(Mov(C,12,E),-1)+((C-(Ref(Mov(C,12,E),-1))) / (C/(Ref(Mov(C,12,E),-1))*125))

Perhaps, the Metastock users among us can shed some light.

Cheers,

jswei.
jswei
8
jswei  

McGinley Dynamic

Hello mladen,

Thanks very much! Phew! That is real fast. I was about to leave and come back tomorrow hoping for a reply.

I will load it up to see if it is as reliable as the article made it out to be.

Thanks again.

Regards,

jswei.

goodypm
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goodypm  

McGinley Dynamic in 38 min!!

Basically it took you 38 min. to ask for more info, poke around and DO IT! Am am astonished by your skills. As for the indy, i don't know, and i still think that Point of balance is better!

All the best.

Mladen Rakic
151208
Mladen Rakic  

Unfortunately I did not find any additional info either (a description in investopedia is more like an add than a description of a technical indicator, and the original article I still did not find) , so I can not tell anything more about it's usage

So I took that metastock formula and converted it to metatrader

Anyway, will try to find some additional info about it. If I get something else, will post it here

regards

mladen

goodypm:
Basically it took you 38 min. to ask for more info, poke around and DO IT! Am am astonished by your skills. As for the indy, i don't know, and i still think that Point of balance is better! All the best.
designmax
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designmax  

Non-repainting COG

Hi fellow traders

Does anyone have a COG (centre of gravity) indicator that doesn't repaint? I have been using the posted on another thread by Gody6000, and it gives me some good trades. It seems to be good at isolating extreme overbought/oversold levels in the market as long as you only take an entry when it has pieced the outed band of the COG.

I have been entering as the price pierces the bands, but can get caught as you are going into the market against the momentum. I have now added an MACD to my strategy, to wait until the momentum has exhausted itself and turned before entering. Unfortunately, with the inherent delay in a traditional indicator like an MACD, by the time you get an entry signal, the price can be halfway back to the other side of the range again.....

Cheers

Designmax