I was thinking about this issue too even before you raised it and was quite in a bind about what to think about it. The issue wouldnt be there if N or periods tended towards infinity certainly.
Either way of calculation, the difference (if any) shouldn't be a really major issue. That and the fact that FD value itself is still more of a general value rather than a precise value, given that it is but an estimation (due to noise, nonlinearities etc etc). & that is the viewpoint expressed by most papers of the difficulty of giving a good precise FD value.
So either way is fine mladen. Or if you feel that one way of placing the median is better than the other, i am fine with whichever you choose. Thanks.
Sorry for disturbing you if you are still in the middle of your vacation. I was wondering if you had forgotten about my request for modification/adding a median to the FD?
Will try to find some solution for that. Sorry for the delay
PS: vacation is over
sorry for my english..
I would like know if someone have an indicator to show the spread of all pairs at the same time. I mean: One indicator in one separate window and appear all majors pairs with current spreads.
I would put it into EURUSD pair (for example) and it shows me the differents spreads of all majors spreads.
Can someone attach it if have it?
Thank you in advance,
Hermo found one here https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/176191
Hehehehehe. Thanks thanks Mladen. Thought you went to Hawaii and couldnt resist the sun, sand, sea & more importantly the hot babes there & didnt wanna want come back no more. Hahahahaha
Rsx and NMA
Does Rsx of NMA make any sense ?
Don't know (but it sound OK)
Will make one and then we shall see
This a RSX using NMA as a filter for prices. To turn the filter off set the NmaLength to <= 1 (in which case it will work as regular RSX)
Thanks a lot,
your the best ;-))
I need to know if is there some tool to get a better report from backtesting. I'm looking for better information (like maximum DD, etc) than the regular report.
Someone know another one?
Thank you in advance!