Hi mladen and mrtools,
I request you to add a popup and sound alert to the below mentioned fibo indicator when the price crosses the Pivot. When both H4 and H1 are green candle and price crosses the Pivot from below, a pop up alert should be sounded indicating that the price is moving UP and vice versa when the H4 and H1 candle are red and price crosses the Pivot from above, a pop up alert should be sounded indicating that the price is moving down.
first of all thanks a lot for your help. I want to ask if there is a dashboard or an indicator or an EA who manage all currency pairs and alert you when Tenkan and Kijun cross occur in one pair.
Thanks a lot
Thank You Mr.Tools !!!!!!!!!!!
As far as I know, there is no such indicator
Can an alert be added to this indicator?
That indicator does not keep the historical values. In that case it does not have what to compare the values with (and alert when the current value is changed compared to historical value)
Are there any MTF indicators (specifically stochs, CCI or MACD) that give alerts based on the position of the indicator in the chosen timeframes? EG, stochastics 8-3-3 cross in timeframes 5m, 15m, 30m, 60, 240m and daily?
If you mean if there are indicators that show crosses of two different time frame indicators, as far as I know, there is no such (simply due to the nature of multi time frame indicators)
I am looking for a 'prospector' based on whether or not the chart was in a trend.
I had the idea several years ago of when the price is over the 20 ema in the daily chart, and also over the 20 ema in the 4hr, 1hr, 30m and 15m charts then this is the ideal candidate to trade long as a safe scalping technique. All the attempts by the coder at that time were not successful.
I had applied that logic to stochastics and thought if the stochs setting of 8-3-3 had crossed upwards and passed over level 25 in the 4hr, 1hr, 30m and 15m charts, then this would have the same effect but even more accurate.
Either MTF indicator with an alert would do the job of searching out trending charts.
Perhaps I should post in the ideas thread?