thanks for your reply...
I think it's repainting...
You are right : it is one of the most famous repainters (but since it is renamed a lot of people do not know which indicator is it exactly)
Hull Parabolic x2 Histogram
Would it be possible to please have a histogram of the attached indicator with an alarm option (would be great if the alert message also says for which timeframe chart the alert applies to)
Thank you very much and hope you are enjoying the summer!
Hull parabolic x 2 histo ....
Done some chopping and as far as I was testing it, all works as it should Try it out
As of enjoying the summer : where I live it was +40 centigrade in shade the day before yesterday. Not even a swim in the lake nearby saves me. I am calling gods to make winter now
Thanks a lot Mladen,
We are instead having a rather chilly summer up here on the ''Top of the World'' as they call St Moritz
T 3 Itrend
Its me again - the histogram man , but there is simply no better way to evaluate any indicator.
Would it be possible to make the attached one into a histogram with an alarm that shows the timeframe of the chart it applies to?
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
T3 iTrend histo version ...
Here you go
In the zip file you'll find all the necessary to replicate my template; few notes:
As this is part of the advanced elite section, will be really appreciated if you guys do not share with all the world this stuff... Thank you for your cooperation!!
If any doubt or questions feel free to drop me a line
Many thanks Brax64. Does this mean your no longer trading Renko? I never had much luck trading Renko myself.
Anyone have or seen this indi in action. If not can someone make it?
This indi looks to show flat areas as well as points of entry.
So what do you think Mladen. Do you think you can some how make one of these double Moving Averages. I tried to buy from the only site that has it but the site is defective and won't let you buy it.
So if you can't do it then I guess that's it. But if you can't its ok. Just let me know.
Need to know more about how they are calculated
Will try to find the formula, or, if someone else has the math formula itself, please post it. The "proximity" formula is unlikly the one since in that case it would have to make a "jump" when the values of the 2 averages are closer than some predefined distance value