Thank you, this version seems to work as it should You guys are awesome.
"ccitema.mq5 ", " ccitematrend.mq5" on #436 and "QQECloud.mq5" on #439 - https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/181297
I hope "xxx.mq5"indis above to be converted to "xxx.mq4"indis.
thanks in advance.
The "cloud" can not be converted in the form it is (metatrader 4 does not have a fill option). Anyway, it is a regular QQE just presented differently, so if you use any normal QQE the results are going to be the same
As of ccitema - you already have it in elite section (cci with pre filtered price using 18 types of averages - just chose tema and you will get that result) CCI tema trend for some reason does not work OK on my since some of the new upgrades PC but judging from the number of drawing buffers it uses, it can not be converted to metatrader 4 either
Hope you all are enjoying your weekend!
Quick question: i really like the divergence capabilities of some of the indicators being developed here. Was wondering if there have been attempts to code an EA which detects (or 'reads') the divergence from the indicator with recent price.
If so, would love to see it as an example. Can/has this been done?
I am well aware that divergence can only be established several bars "after the fact"...and that's OK!
Divergence needs to detect peaks which means that it is a bit similar to a zigzag : it always can be detected only after the fact. So, if an EA is concerned, working with "after the fact" indicators is out of the reach of regular EAs (it would need to "know" what we human know to be able to use divergence in a right way)
thanks for your kindly and rapid reply.
Implemented an adaptive lookback indicator (alb rsi smoothed) in an EA.
However, when running it on a backtest, the EA seems to load the indicator each tick...and thus slowly but seriously slows down the computer.
See screenshot (I renamed the indicator for practical purposes):
Is this due to the adaptive lookback or is there a solution to prevent the EA from doing this.
I've implemented other indicators and they all load once, all fine.
Thanks in advance for tips and suggestions!
That is an almost sure sign that parameters in the iCustom() call are not correct
Check the parameters for iCustom()
Doh...! Found it.
In the indicator, half-way through settings, there were some notes:
extern string infoa = " Mode settings ";
extern string info1 = " 1 = Period of Dominant Cycle";
extern string info2 = " 2 = Amplitude of Dominant Cycle";
extern string info3 = " 3 = Phase of Dominant Cycle";
I simply "skipped" them in my parameters call....but that did not work. Moved them down solved the problem.
Thanks for the tip mladen, much appreciated!
I really like working with Absolute Strength indicator. Sometimes however, when not zoomed in, it is kinda annoying to really find out where lines broke out, or touched.
Would it be possible to draw the symbols I painted in the picture on the main chart?
I think the chosen symbols would be perfect to interpret.
Also dots, stop signs and arrows should have their own drawing height from the candles position, as they can occur on the same point of time.
Maybe the option to choose which symbols to draw (e.g. show stop signs = fault etc.) would add to the usability of this feature too.
I would be happy if someone is able to do that. Thank you Regards.