Changed it. Upper and lower bands deviations can be set separately now
Would you mind using your genius on this "BolliToucher" you posted and give us the option to have different settings for the upper and lower bands, please. I see John Bollinger's coworkers recommending a 3 for UPPER and a 2 for LOWER bands.
The decimal point is "semantics" IMHO as he suggests that when you go to a 50-period, you increase the deviation by 0.1 and vice verso.
Thanking you in advance.
It is T3 indicator with original Tilson smoothing
You can download source for one of the versions from this post too https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/173058/page5
On the picture : 9squared T3 with volume factor 0.7 (cyan) and T3 basic with T3Hot 0.7 and T3Original set to true (dotted)
Here you go
Default settings from those two you are using (compared on second picture)
for when these t3's cross? Or same thing since you know the
real workings of these t3.
Try this one...
The problem is not where left or right does the indicator draw the arrows (because it must draw them when the change happened) but where does it draw the arrow up or down. People are forgetting that 5 points may mean something on a 1 minute chart but means almost nothing on a daily chart, for example, or that it could even depend on the symbol it is attached to. This one, more or less, solves that issue (pointed out one such change with reddish square on the picture - it is on 1 minute chart but it will behave similarly on any time frame).
PS: it still has its alerts (even though it is not in the name now:))
PPS: the showArrowsoption is "responsible" for showing or not showing arrows
Did not change the one you posted since I had something similar (not used arrows but dots, like on picture, hope you do not mind ) Results are same for both for same period though.
alerts.OnCurrent - if true, alerts are generated on opened (current bar) if false, on previous closed bar. Dots (arrows) are drawn on current bar though
Could someone please add an arrow alerts for this aroon horn indy. Arrow up when bar is blue and arrow down when bar is red. Thanks in advance.
I knew it :):)
Still dots (you got to allow me at least a bit of laziness )
In fact code for it is much simpler than the separate one (I did not extend the previous one for one reason : it is still not possible to write indicator that is going to draw values in two different sub-windows without using objects, and frankly, drawing objects for the whole history would not be something I like)
PS: the "separate one" is on the picture just for comparison.
PPS: it still got alerts (same rules as the "separate" version)
In cut/paste mood today Same thing done as for the above
Signal line added
As of good/bad mood : to some people I will always stay "in bad mood". Just see what are those really doing. As for the rest of you people (the "normal" ones, whatever that means ) : if I can and if I have time I will help.
If you are still in good mood, please attach a signal line too.
Cannot place a moving average over it.
Stochastic 8,3,3 Need Alert on Crossing
Hi coder out there , please help me to modify the code to alert on crossing (stochastic 8,3,3) thx alot
#property indicator_minimum 0
#property indicator_maximum 100
#property indicator_buffers 2
#property indicator_color1 LightSeaGreen
#property indicator_color2 Red
//---- input parameters
extern int KPeriod=8;
extern int DPeriod=3;
extern int Slowing=3;
//| Custom indicator initialization function |
//---- 2 additional buffers are used for counting.
//---- indicator lines
//---- name for DataWindow and indicator subwindow label
//| Stochastic oscillator |
//---- initial zero
//---- minimums counting
//---- maximums counting
//---- %K line
//---- last counted bar will be recounted
//---- signal line is simple movimg average
for(i=0; i<limit; i++)