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.
hi, Valeo! why so "one -sided":2and3? (what the use?)
I just read John Bollinger's recommendations and this is what he recommends. I have tried it out on the M5 and M15 TFs today and it is spot-on for GBP/USD.
More I cannot tell you.
somebody been using MA HiLo Envelope with MaHi-8, MaLo-10;(though it could be bolted on for certain pair and TF)
bb3/2 could be too - set 4stockmarket with steady growth for years and decades...
well, anyway, we can put BB 3/2 and 2/3 and see what happens
SR_AlertSystemM.mq4 alerts when price crosses TF hi/lo horizontal lines
price cross trendline alert (FF)
you can use stochastic (smoozing=1) with signals/alerts you like (should be many in this thread)
there is many MA cross indis with signal (arrows) and alerts in this thread
you can set ma period and ma mode (ema, sma, smma...) to any you like (if Ma period set to 1, then MA=Price; and you can set Applied Price to any you like (4exmpl. Close, Open, Hi,Lo, etc)
Increase has nice little alert https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general
well - that's what purpose of all systems - just do it
Father, try this way to put pict.: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/178820
also slick alert indy
good idea, FJ
if you use momentum cross 100 - try ancored momentum - much (at least twice) less false bumps https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/176430
btw - good discussion about it going on now in this thread: https://www.mql5.com/en/forum/general (name funny but discussin is interesting)