Need help indentifying indicator - page 114

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
halogenic:
can you please share the indicator that paints the price bar as green & red ?

thanx

Hi Halogenic,

Its available in regular elite section

The_Snowman
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The_Snowman  
halogenic:
can you please share the indicator that paints the price bar as green & red ?

thanx

try this, you might like it, or not....

bebeshel
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bebeshel  

TMA Slope

Forgive my intervention, but in bands centered Triangular MA, we have another 2 parameters "ATRMultiplier" and "ATR Period", in function of which change the direction of slope.

extern string TimeFrame = "current time frame";

extern int HalfLength = 56;

extern int Price = PRICE_CLOSE;

extern double ATRMultiplier = 2.0;

extern int ATRPeriod = 100;

extern bool Interpolate = true;

Could you add these two parameters also in the display TMA Slope?

Thanks.

William Snyder
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William Snyder  
bebeshel:
Forgive my intervention, but in bands centered Triangular MA, we have another 2 parameters "ATRMultiplier" and "ATR Period", in function of which change the direction of slope.

extern string TimeFrame = "current time frame";

extern int HalfLength = 56;

extern int Price = PRICE_CLOSE;

extern double ATRMultiplier = 2.0;

extern int ATRPeriod = 100;

extern bool Interpolate = true;

Could you add these two parameters also in the display TMA Slope?

Thanks.

Hi Bebeshel,

Can add them but they will be sitting there doing nothing, they have nothing to do with Tma Slope and besides AtrMultiplier and AtrPeriod only contol the distance of the outer bands from the center.

bebeshel
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bebeshel  

In the picture you have, the band centered TriangularMA parameters seen, and below the indicator parameters unchanged?

Files:
tma_slope.jpg 197 kb
bebeshel
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bebeshel  

In the picture you can see the change of ATR Period 233 y 50, which makes more or less senzitiv the direction of TMA ?

Files:
tma_slope_2.jpg 205 kb
William Snyder
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William Snyder  
bebeshel:
In the picture you have, the band centered TriangularMA parameters seen, and below the indicator parameters unchanged?

Again the centered triangular ma bands is a recalculating type indicator, the slope and my macd type version is based on a non recalculating Tma, so since the bands recalculate themselves depending on what is going on now, there is no telling where they will be 50 bars back on the other hand the Tma slope and Macd what you see is what you get since they don't recalculate.

bebeshel
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bebeshel  

What I personally interested in, is when change the direction of TMA centered bands (or better when it loses power)?

Sitki Ozgur Capanoglu
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Sitki Ozgur Capanoglu  
mrtools:
Hi Halogenic, Its available in regular elite section

thanks for the reply mrtools, i think it's alb TriangularMA price zone mtf & alerts v2c.

is it in elite or adv. elite section? because in the description,admin says that it!s in the advanced elite. which section to subscribe for downloading?

and most important question ..does that indicator repaints or lags? any deformation after X bars?:)

tobi77
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tobi77  
mladen:
This one would be that : it shows only the slope of TMA (triangular moving average - the "regular" one not the centered version).
But if you are looking for cycles, TMA is not meant to identify cycles. TMA is data smoother, For finding cycles in some data, other ways are used. Fourier transform is the most usual way (thread about it can be found here : https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178842 ) Goertzel algorithm as a sub-set of Fourier transform and some similar. So, if you are after cycles tma should not be used. If you are after "trend detection", tma (the regular TMA) is as good as most of the averaging modes of finding trends

thanks for feedback ... maybe my post was a bit confusing .. i am more interested in identifying ranging zones with a direction so that you have a clue when ranging is beginning or ending...that's what i use TMA for.... i know there are 2 different TMAs...one is reapinting the other not ...the tma slope i was using has a feature signaling ranging zones from (-0.5 to 0.5)...but it is based on TMA repainting ...my question was if is it possible if it possible to base it on a non repainting TMA

the tma slope you have attached does not show me any ranging zones.. ...but maybe you know a better non repainting indicator which is indicating ranging zones in the same manner