Indicators: Woodies CCI

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Woodies CCI:

Woodies CCI is a momentum indicator that was developed by Ken Woods. It's based on a 14 period Commodity Channel Index (CCI). It's a fully unbounded oscillator with a base value of 0 and has no lower or upper limit.

Some traders use the indicator to spot a number of tradable CCI patterns both with and against the trend, such as the zero line reject, the reverse divergence and the trendline break. The 200 level signals an extreme reading. The indicator is often used in combination with other signals.

Author: Mladen Rakic 

Woodies CCI
Woodies CCI
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truongkiem
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truongkiem  

Dear Mladen,

Could y please add alert for this indicator.

Thank you much.

DuongGia
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DuongGia  

Hi Mladen.

I see lsma display is not the same as other woodiescci indicators that I have.

For example: 3 images below are LSMA 25. But picture 3 is different from images 1 and 2.

Can you explain?

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Mladen Rakic
141987
Mladen Rakic  
DuongGia:

Hi Mladen.

I see lsma display is not the same as other woodiescci indicators that I have.

For example: 3 images below are LSMA 25. But picture 3 is different from images 1 and 2.

Can you explain?

Check the other woodies indicators - calculation in the one posted in the code base for lsma is correct (it is using mathemats formula for lsma, but don't be mislead - it is correct)
DuongGia
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DuongGia  

I posted 2 other versions of woodiescci up here, and you can check them directly.


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Mladen Rakic
141987
Mladen Rakic  
DuongGia:
I posted 2 other versions of woodiescci up here, and you can check them directly.

I do not have anything to add to my previous message regarding Woodies CCI. If you think that the code you posted at your post should be checked (for any reason) and compared to the code from the code base, you should do it on your own

Use the indicator that you think is the best for you. Other than that I really have no other advice for you regarding this "issue"

DuongGia
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DuongGia  
Mladen Rakic:

I do not have anything to add to my previous message regarding Woodies CCI. If you think that the code you posted at your post should be checked (for any reason) and compared to the code from the code base, you should do it on your own

Use the indicator that you think is the best for you. Other than that I really have no other advice for you regarding this "issue"

Thank you. Actually I do not understand the mathematical formulas that create the indicator.

I only know how to use the indicators. And I'm really grateful to people like you for creating useful indicators.

I simply don't understand why there are differences between these WoodiesCCI indicators.

I don't know which version is right :))

Hope you sympathize because of my limited understanding. :))

Hope you give me advice.

Thanks for your enthusiasm :))

lippmaje
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lippmaje  
I just tried it, thank you. The two horizontal lines around zero are quite thick, and they eclipse meaningful information if the indicator window height is small. Could you make the thickness variable (that is resizing with window height) or make it configurable?
Mladen Rakic
141987
Mladen Rakic  
DuongGia:

Thank you. Actually I do not understand the mathematical formulas that create the indicator.

I only know how to use the indicators. And I'm really grateful to people like you for creating useful indicators.

I simply don't understand why there are differences between these WoodiesCCI indicators.

I don't know which version is right :))

Hope you sympathize because of my limited understanding. :))

Hope you give me advice.

Thanks for your enthusiasm :))

In my first answer, there was a sentence saying that "it is correct". Which part of it you did not understand (or like)?

lippmaje:
I just tried it, thank you. The two horizontal lines around zero are quite thick, and they eclipse meaningful information if the indicator window height is small. Could you make the thickness variable (that is resizing with window height) or make it configurable?
Sorry, not intending to change that indicator (since you already can configure the lines thickness the usual way)
lippmaje
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lippmaje  
Mladen Rakic:

Sorry, not intending to change that indicator (since you already can configure the lines thickness the usual way)

Ok, never mind.

Here's a hint how to do this:

#property indicator_label4  "LSMA trend"
#property indicator_color4  Green,Red
#property indicator_width4  2
#property indicator_label5  "EMA trend"
#property indicator_color5  Green,Red
#property indicator_width5  2

Or use the indicator properties panel like so:

Properties to set line thickness

DuongGia
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DuongGia  
OK thank Mladen Rakic. I will experience the reality to know which is right for me.
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