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Tistou
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Tistou  

Thanks Mrtools but what is the pivot indicator on the picture?

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
gafet:
Thanks Mrtools but what is the pivot indicator on the picture?

This version has the alerts all of them except the divergence.

The pivot indicator is actually a fibo pivot that uses an auto gmt0 in its calculations.(not really doing much good in these yen moves lately )

Tistou
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Tistou  
mrtools:
This version has the alerts all of them except the divergence. The pivot indicator is actually a fibo pivot that uses an auto gmt0 in its calculations.(not really doing much good in these yen moves lately )

Ok.

Thanks for the indicator with alert mrtools.

traderdp
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traderdp  
mladen:
The only way how you can speed up that indicator is to lessen the number of bars on chart in the properties (like on the example picture)

mladen, mrtools, or anyone else who can help

Where do we find the properties shown in the picture by mladen to decrease the number of bars so as to speed up sluggish indicators / computers??

Thanks very much in advance and all help is greatly appreciated.

traderdp

David

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
traderdp:
mladen, mrtools, or anyone else who can help

Where do we find the properties shown in the picture by mladen to decrease the number of bars so as to speed up sluggish indicators / computers??

Thanks very much in advance and all help is greatly appreciated.

traderdp

David

Hello David,

On an open chart top left hand side click on tools\options\charts.

traderdp
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traderdp  
mrtools:
Hello David, On an open chart top left hand side click on tools\options\charts.

mrtools,

Thanks so much for your very timely reply.

Very much appreciated as always.

traderdp

David

4xbones
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4xbones  

Sinewave with S&R MTF

Hi Mladen et al,

Please could I request the coding of the attached version of Ehlers' sinewave indicator with S&R as multi time frame?

Thanks,

wintersky111
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wintersky111  

Fourier Extrapolation of SSA of WPR

Hi Mladen/Mrtools,

Sorry to request this. Can we have a Fourier Extrapolation Of SSA of WPR? By rights, to ensure signals are valid according to the fourier transform rules, we need to pre-process/low-pass filter the signal 1st as we do not know about the characteristics of the upcoming signal... If im wrong about this, please correct me. Thanks

Thanks and sorry for the trouble.

Yours sincerely,

Wintersky

Mladen Rakic
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Mladen Rakic  

Fourier Extrapolation Of SSA of WPR

wintersky111:
Hi Mladen/Mrtools,

Sorry to request this. Can we have a Fourier Extrapolation Of SSA of WPR? By rights, to ensure signals are valid according to the fourier transform rules, we need to pre-process/low-pass filter the signal 1st as we do not know about the characteristics of the upcoming signal... If im wrong about this, please correct me. Thanks

Thanks and sorry for the trouble.

Yours sincerely,

Wintersky

Wintersky

Here you go

It can work in 2 modes : if you specify SSALag > 0 then it first calculates SSA of WPR and then uses those values in extrapolation calculation. If SSA Lag is <= 9, than raw WPR values are used in calculation. That way it can be checked what is the actuall effect of aplying SSA to the WPR first

As an example : upper is with SSALag set to 25 (green value is SSA of WPR) and lower is with SSALag set to 0

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PS: for more "precise forecast" (extrapolation) it is better to set the LastBar to small value. 1 (one) seems as a reasonable choice since that way the current (still opened bar) is avoided and the extrapolation is done close enough from the last bar to be able to count on some reasonable probability of the extrapolation results

Tistou
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Tistou  

Hi

@ mladen or mrtools

Is it possible to have a ATR with an average as Marney Volume Indicator?

On the screen, I put an ATR 44 with an average of 44 (shift -14).

Thanks