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yuhu
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yuhu  

Ahh,

66.66% is just a number for sample purposes.

I chose 50 and 100 just to give an example.

Thank you

kwabek
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kwabek  
mrtools:
Hi Dbarkah,

Was awhile back, so not real sure which version dynamic zone indicator was the chart indicator the others have some minor changes IMO better. The paint bars use Hodrick Prescott Filter, it requires the Hodrick Prescott Filter dll file for it to work, and it recalculates. Hopefully everything you need should be in the rar file if I forgot something please let me know.

ps)for the dynamic zones indicators to work you will need the dynamic zones dll file from the first page, first post of that thread.

Thanks very much mrtools. That was really helpful.

winner246
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winner246  

Wilders dmi (bulls) strength

Hello Mladen, i would appreciate if you can help create 2 seperate indicators out of wilders dmi,i.e, Wilders dmi (bulls) and wilders dmi (bears). RULES FOR DMI (BULLS); 1.once dmi + is ABOVE a selected LEVEL e.g level 20, the indicator will show Green color,but when it is BELOW the selected level it will show GOLD (implying WEAK BULL POWER). The 2nd indicator WILDERS DMI (BEARS)STRENGTH will be based on the same rules but its signals will be generated by DMI - ,while its colors will be RED and GOLD. THANKS for the great work. PS. Please use HISTOGRAM BARS

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Volatility percent signals ...

yuhu

Try this one out if this is what you had in mind (it is calculating as you described, so test it if the results and the "visualization" is what you imagined it like)

yuhu:
Hello Mladen

Thank you for your reply.

I checked ATR, and I failed to see how it can be used for my purpose. Perhaps I am not seeing clearly

Please let me try again:

By using the following parameters:

Breakoutbar = 5bars

Volabar = 10bars

Volapercentage = 67%

1. Current bar is closed below lowest of the last 6bars (5+1) or above highest of the last 6bars

2. Calculate volatility by looking 10 bars.

an example: in the past 10bars price goes from 50-100; range is 50, mean is 75. so volatility is 50/75 = 66.66%

3. If Vola % is more than 67%, draw an arrow

Hope this helps.

Thank you very much.
yuhu
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yuhu  

Thank you very much Mladen.

I will test more and let you know soon.

But i think it should be correct

Thank you once again

kokleongch
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kokleongch  

Request to simplify DTOSC indie

Hi MLaden,

I got this indie from this site, see attached. The way i use it is by superimposing the same indies but with different parameters. Also i chose to display only a single line rather than 2 ma lines on each indie. Pls see attached.

I s it possible to lump all of them in 1 indie ? I am hoping this would make it less resource intensive on the cpu? If it does not help at all, then pls ignore my request.

Best Rgds

KL

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

A question ...

kokleongch

Just checking : you would like to have a posibility of showing a couple of DTOSC (Stochastic RSI) values using the same indicator (in the same sub-window, of course)?

kokleongch:
Hi MLaden,

I got this indie from this site, see attached. The way i use it is by superimposing the same indies but with different parameters. Also i chose to display only a single line rather than 2 ma lines on each indie. Pls see attached.

I s it possible to lump all of them in 1 indie ? I am hoping this would make it less resource intensive on the cpu? If it does not help at all, then pls ignore my request.

Best Rgds

KL
kokleongch
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kokleongch  
mladen:
kokleongch Just checking : you would like to have a posibility of showing a couple of DTOSC (Stochastic RSI) values using the same indicator (in the same sub-window, of course)?

yes mladen and i wonder whether this will reduce the cpu resources ?

thanks

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Will make one and then we shall see

kokleongch:
yes mladen and i wonder whether this will reduce the cpu resources ? thanks
Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Multiple dtosc indicator ...

kokleongch

Try this version It allows you up to 4 dtosc (stochastic RSI) values. If you wish to omit some of the dtosc set the RsiPeriod(n) to less than or equal to 1. There is no average value any more but just the values of dtosc. As far as I see it should be OK as far as CPU usage is concerned, but do try it out on your PC too

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