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William Snyder
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William Snyder  

DZ Zone jurik

Dynamic zone Jurik-1, needs dynamic zone dll from first post, bottom indicator is Dynamic DJSS Bressert, trying to do double smooth using Jurik!

William Snyder
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William Snyder  

dz nlma

Dynamic zone non lag ma on picture length = 50 might be interesting!

Updated version posted here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

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Mladen Rakic
182409
Mladen Rakic  

Been fooling around with some Amibroker formulas and found an interesting alternative to dynamic zones. Will use this post to introduce and compare the "Amibroker way" to "Stendahl way" of calculating dynamic zones

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First of all, the basic indicator is a sort of RSI of MACD and is, as an idea, an interesting way of "normalizing" MACD to a desired range. I think that parameters itself do not need additional explanation, except for 2 : OBLevel and OSLevel : they are RSI levels and not zone levels, and are there to help point out when the predefined critical levels are reached - in combination with dynamic levels, one might find them useful. Since they (and the RSI of MACD) are the same in both indicators, they are pointing to over bought and over sold at same points and time. The difference is in the zones...

As an example here is a comparison of "Amibroker way" up and "Stendahl way" down. It seems that both have some points in which they are better but that I will leave everyone's judgment (after all, we do not seek for same things in indicators, so ... )
Calculation of the two are completely different and it is interesting that two completely different approaches give results that look similar at a first glance. The main difference is in the middle line in which I think that Stendahls way is better (for its speed of signals), but as I said, do not take my word and please test these for your self.

PS : The "Amibroker version" is the one with "ab" in its name

updated versions posted here: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general

William Snyder
9506
William Snyder  
mladen:
Been fooling around with some Amibroker formulas and found an interesting alternative to dynamic zones. Will use this post to introduce and compare the "Amibroker way" to "Stendahl way" of calculating dynamic zones

_____________________________

First of all, the basic indicator is a sort of RSI of MACD and is, as an idea, an interesting way of "normalizing" MACD to a desired range. I think that parameters itself do not need additional explanation, except for 2 : OBLevel and OSLevel : they are RSI levels and not zone levels, and are there to help point out when the predefined critical levels are reached - in combination with dynamic levels, one might find them useful. Since they (and the RSI of MACD) are the same in both indicators, they are pointing to over bought and over sold at same points and time. The difference is in the zones...

As an example here is a comparison of "Amibroker way" up and "Stendahl way" down. It seems that both have some points in which they are better but that I will leave everyone's judgment (after all, we do not seek for same things in indicators, so ... )
Calculation of the two are completely different and it is interesting that two completely different approaches give results that look similar at a first glance. The main difference is in the middle line in which I think that Stendahls way is better (for its speed of signals), but as I said, do not take my word and please test these for your self. PS : The "Amibroker version" is the one with "ab" in its name

Think Stendahls version nailed it on daily eurjpy showed o/b at 140 ish and o/s at 109 ish would have been a nice hunk of change , didn't check Amibrokers version so can't comment on it. All i can say is again Mladen nice job!!!!!!!!

casaliss
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casaliss  

Dynamic zone centered Triangular moving average mtf

mladen:
Dynamic zone centered Triangular moving average

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I decided to make a dynamic zone version of a centered triangular ma too. In case that someone does not know the property that is causing wars among traders when it comes to centered triangular moving average : it recalculates last half period bars and it can happen that values for the last halfPeriod bars are changed.

Even if this one is not a "channeling" version (since it deals with probabilities) a good thread that can help about some properties of centered TMA can be found here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/179608

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Parameters :
HalfLength- triangular ma half length Price- price to use in calculations. Possible choices
0 - close

1 - open

2 - high

3 - low

4 - median (high+low)/2

5 - typical (high+low+close)/3

6 - weighted (high+low+close+close)/4

ShowMiddleLine - do you want the "50%" line to be shown or not

DzLookBackBars- number of bars to look back for dynamic zone

DzStartBuyProbability1- probability for buy zone 1

DzStartBuyProbability2- probability for buy zone 2

DzStartSellProbability1- probability for sell zone 1

DzStartSellProbability2- probability for sell zone 2

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PS: dynamicZone.dll needed to be rewritten in order to allow this and similar indicators to run properly (that require more precision than oscillators). Also the new dynamic zone dll is somewhat optimized (it uses a bit less CPU resources in calculation than before. It can be downloaded from the post #1 of this thread (the latest version is attached there).

In order to run this indicator you must have the latest version of the dynamic zone dll otherwise it will show nothing on screen. The rest of the indicators will run with no problem with the new dll (slightly faster even) so simply overwrite the old dll with the new one

Hi Mladen

Dynamic zone centered Triangular moving average

MultiTimeFrame

İnterpolate

Mladen Rakic
182409
Mladen Rakic  

casaliss

Here you go
regards

mladen

casaliss
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casaliss  
mladen:
casaliss Here you go
regards mladen

thanks mladen

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
zipfrog
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zipfrog  

Unbelievable.....That is awful....what some people will try to make a buck.

Mladen Rakic
182409
Mladen Rakic  

Guys

As far as I see that guy is selling a picture he downloaded It is even an example where I showed that OMA can be omitted from displaying (so there is no OMA on tha picture, only the dynamic zones of it)

The picture comes from here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general and it was re-posted by newdigital as a description of what is done in advanced elite section (in the "news from elite and advanced elite section" thread, just the picture) And, as it is normal, the picture itself can be downloaded.

So it seems to be even better : selling a picture of an indicator is something I haven't heard so far

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