It is mtf already
Anyway, here is a version with a small change in code (made to solve some possible issues in mtf mode)
Your too awesome mladen. God bless you
DMI stochastic extreme indicator
It is a stochastic of DMI made as an oscillator (+di part of ADX and -DI part of ADX are subtracted, and the resulting value is sued for trend and as a value for stochastic calculation). In its nature it is a "trending" indicator (showing the current trend), but also levels reversals can be watched for possible trend reversals
Hi coders, is it possible to have MT5 version of this indicator?
Many thanks in advance for your reply.
Could please convert these indicators into MT5. Thanks in advance.
Here is a metatrader 5 version (with some extras : this version can calculate 7 types of RSI)
Wow, very fast and fantastic!!!!
One more request if it's possible: arrows on signal as in MT4 indicator.
Thank you very much!
Instead of making extrapolated ema for different indicators, this indicator can be applied to other indicators, so there is no need to write ema extrapolation for those basic indicators. Some indicator will "resist" (when it is not clear which is the first buffer of the indicator), but this version will cover most of the widely used indicators
dear mladen, dear all,
Is there a version of the attached "fourier_extrapolator_of_price.mq5" for subwindow indicators (similarly to what you did with the ema_extrapolated.mq5) in this thread? If not, can it be made?
Also, do you think that the fourier_extrapolator_of_price.mq5 is lighter for the CPU than the ema_extrapolated.mq5? I am trying to replace the ema_extrapolated with something lighter for the subwindow indicatiors. I do not necessarily need a channel, a one-liner would be OK. My experiements lead me to believe that using several ema-extrapolated on one chart leads to memory problems for my laptop.
Thanks in advance.
We already have discussed the CPU issue : if you use long past bars and large number of harmonics, nothing can speed up the execution. Use smaller number of harmonics - and, as it was planned, set the calculate on each tick to false, if you really need the large number for harmonics number
Channels calculation is very, very small % of the calculation (to the extent that we can say that it is 0 compared to the rest). If you chose large number of harmonics then the calculation goes number of harmonics x (past bars + future bars) x internal loop for extrapolation
Here is a version with arrows added