ALB & phase accumulation bbMACD?
Hi Mladen, many thanks for your newest bbMACD indi with MTF and adjustable arrow visible and symbol settings, and I have one request:
existing period lengths are not bad, but could you optimize further by creating a Phase Accumulation variant and an Adaptive LookBack period variant?
That would be amazing! Thanks again!
I know that you're pretty busy with projects way more important than this, but if you find 10 minutes of your precious time, could you please modify the Elliot oscillator - waves 1.01 posted here:
So it can have different color of the histogram (now only light blue) above/below zero.
I've tried myself without got it...
Your help will be really appreciated
Here is the version that uses phase accumulation now
Could you change the dots with diamonds when they are out of the bands
Thanks a lot Mladen!
Do you have any suggest for Schaff Trend Cycle Indis because I'm currently researching about it and have to admit that it's quite useful if we can utilize it.
I'm here to bother you again...
I've modified the BBmacd nrp to get labels to show the values bigger, 'cause I'm a little blind and the regular font on the top left corner of the indicator window, it's very difficult to read for me.
My goal was actually to have the bbmacd label (see picture attached) changing color when it is above the upper band (Green) in between the bands (DimGray) and below the lower band (Crimson); it can help me a lot when the dots are very close to the bands.
After I got to print the label I'm not able to get the final step of changing colors; could you kindly help me on that?
I don't like to use the arrows 'cause I've already other indicators that are painting symbols and dots on the chart; so this mod can help me to keep the chart uncluttered.
Here you go
Added some things (parameters to control colors as an input, unified the labels with arrows (identifier) in order to allow multiple indicators on a same chart without overwriting each others labels, and made it a separate procedure, so it can easily be located and changed)
I think that these documents were posted already (at least the "Schaff code", I am not sure about the "Catching the currency moves" document), but re-posting them here. Those are originals document from Doug Schaff in which he explains more about the indicator itself (after all, who could do better explanation than the inventor him self ).