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fxbs
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fxbs  
fxbs:
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Here everything should be installed:

fftfiltr.mq4 experts\indicators

ExpertSample.dll experts\library

sampledll.mqh experts\include

fftfiltr.tpl template

libfftw3-3.dll windows\system32

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... - no windows dll file
prasxz:
...here it' s

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Forex Indicators Collection

thanks; - so just libfftw3-3.dll (one file) in windows\system32

yeppp, it's works (if not in trmplete- "allow dll imports")

Thank you, P

Files:
fft_filtr.gif 10 kb
Jack2000
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Jack2000  

Could someone please help me on how to use the indicator? what are the settings for TF 5? Thanks

Dae
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Dae  
crodzilla:

I've know of Hurst, Clyde Lee, and Brian Millard. Brian Millards' work is among the best I've seen. Check out this page if you haven't seen his work yet: Brian Millard

In Brain Millard's Channels & Cycles written in 1999, he suggested a much simpler Maths method than Fourier Analysis to find the wavelengths of the price cycles and an more accurate method to extrapolate the Channels other than traditional polynomial regression. And now 2008, I just know Brain Millard adds Monte Carlo Simulation to his Channels & Cycles Analysis, another breakthrough in Technical- Quantitative trading, he is SO Brilliant!!!!!!!!

Thank you crodzilla for posting the link to let me have an eye-opening experience.

Carl Rodriguez
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Carl Rodriguez  
Dae:
In Brain Millard's Channels & Cycles written in 1999, he suggested a much simpler Maths method than Fourier Analysis to find the wavelengths of the price cycles and an more accurate method to extrapolate the Channels other than traditional polynomial regression. And now 2008, I just know Brain Millard adds Monte Carlo Simulation to his Channels & Cycles Analysis, another breakthrough in Technical- Quantitative trading, he is SO Brilliant!!!!!!!! Thank you crodzilla for posting the link to let me have an eye-opening experience.

Yes. I have that book. I have done what he proposes manually in MT4, but it takes some time to get it right. I have been trying to figure out how to do it automatically. So initially I wanted to figure out the cycles. Then draw the bands, etc. etc. Not so easy. But I'm making some progress.

Your welcome. I've emailed Mr Millard to see what the status of the Channelyze(TM) project is.

Channelyze(TM)

NOTE: I am not affliliated with him or any of his companies.

Carl

Tistou
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Tistou  

Hi,

This is the dll file, the indicator does no trace cycle, I don't understand !

Files:
libfftw3-3.rar 370 kb
Carl Rodriguez
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Carl Rodriguez  

Brian Millard...

Brian Millard emailed me back and let me know that the Channelyze(TM) product is ready to go. The web site is here. It looks awesome. 30-day trial available.

NOTE: Again, I am not in any way affiliated with that site or Brian Millard. Just an extreme enthusiast of wave theory.

Carl

Nabilhassan
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Nabilhassan  

i have nearly done every thing i could to run the indicator in my mt4 but it didnt worked

when i compiled it showed error

what should i do

I need the fft indicator which shows cycle on the chart

xyz1453
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xyz1453  

This is the respond to my email from Mr Millard

Channalyze has now been launched. It does contain Monte Carlo, Cycle, Channels, etc. It is not mechanical in the sense that it tells you instantly whether you should buy or sell. You have to do a little work on choosing, from the cycle scanned securities which are in a stable state and worth further examination.

Our new web site channalyze.com (still under development) gives further information and the product can be ordered via the Google Checkout button. Note that at the moment you cannot download the software. It is shipped with a 150 page manual and CD.

Regards

Brian Millard

Jerson L
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Jerson L  

Just finished observing the FFT indicator........so far i can't seem to find ways to use it

The whole lenght of the FFt line itself changes or repaints as it adapts to the moving current trend. The past historical line may look nice as if it predicted the flow of the trend however the line only shifted so as to adapt with the impending curves of price movement.

this indicator would be good if it were stable to maintain directional curves at certain few bars back however the whole line adjusts many bars behind.

this is just my opinion.

Michal Rutka
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Michal Rutka  
Hiyieldrater:

this indicator would be good if it were stable to maintain directional curves at certain few bars back however the whole line adjusts many bars behind.

this is just my opinion.

For the indicator to be stable, the market must be stable in the given sampling window. The whole point would be to find a correct sampling window size to stabilize it. Therefore, there is a possibility in the indicator to shift him back in order to see if it is agreeing with the current sample.

On the other side, it is no point to look at it and state that it is repainting. Just look on spectrum output of your HiFi and you will see that it is moving and repainting. (This is FFT too). Your task would be to find a good tone to ride on. My indicator allows for tone searching, but some still need to know how he is searching and what looking for.

I think if somebody is serious in this indicator, he should take the sample code, see how the FFT+IFFT is called and construct his own selection.

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