what scalper version did you take ?
It is just for few hours this morning:
- TTM Divergence trading system is on this post.
Hi newdigital, what scalper version did you take for testing ? the TickScalper_v3.44 ?
In addition you posted a html file and not a mq4 file of the alb_triangularMA_divergence_mt ; was this intended ?
This html file is the statement.
I traded manually without any EA.
One indicator was taken from this post:
and the other indicator (alb TriangularMA_ jcfb price zone mtf & alerts) - I did not find for now.
There are 2 indicators and all of them are having setup as M5 attaching on M1 timeframe so it was not easy to trade because of that.
I uploaded indicators and template on this post https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/179723/page19 (inside Winrar file). But please note that indicators are having MTF settings so it is more divergence scalping than trading indicators' signals.
About divergence - look at this post https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/175886/page2 (indicator is using it).
This is Hodrick Prescot Filter and dll that goes with TTM Hp.
Hi Mr Tools,
I was using the TTM-HPBars today on my Renko offline charts, and I found they re-paint terribly much. Is there something I am missing?
Thank you for any reply,
Hi Dan, Yes they recalculate,doubt if there is a version that doesnt
They work on any time frame, this is them with the trend lines on m5 using m15 channel, have used them on m1 with m5 bands, worked fine.
Multi pass moving average filter - nrp
Hi mrtools, by its nature the Hodrick Prescot Filter is repainting a lot at the last bars because of the time series analysis used. For my understanding the Multi pass moving average filter can provide a similar result without repainting, correct ?
There is one interesting thing about Hodrick-Prescott filter : I was convinced that when I found that no-lambda calculation (knowing the period instead of specifying lambda parameter for calculation) that that is it - it will recalculate the period bars and that is all. I was wrong ...
Later, during some tests it turned out that Hodrick-Prescott filter can recalculate much more. As good as it is on statical models for de-trending it should be used with caution on dynamic sets of data for that reason.
Just thought that it would be interesting to know this ...
And Boxter is right : multi pass filter does not recalculate and it makes it a very useful tool ...
Here a histogram version of the Multi Pass Moving Average Filter