I am looking for sine wave generator indicator where I can control period, amplitude and offset and it can display 3 sine waves.
I post a image so you can see what I mean. I cant find it anywhere.
Sine Wave - indicator for MetaTrader 5
Sine Wave indicator was developed in 1996 by the American analyst John Ehlers, who called it a "trend oscillator". It is based on the idea of the economical processes periodicity: the indicator detects this periodicity violations. The indicator acts in a completely opposite way comparing to the adaptive moving averages during a trend market: in case of a definite trend, both indicator lines (Lead Sine and Sine Wave) move parallel to each other and show the trend direction by their location relative to each other; in case of a flat, the Sine Wave indicator quickly reacts on the market swing movements. That is one of a few indicators that can be used both during a trend market and a flat and it shows accurate results in either case.
The simplest way to automatize trading using the Sine Wave indicator is to create the automated trading system that can generate buy and sell signals in case of two lines crossing. Therefore, positions will be closed when these lines cross with different periods in the opposite direction.
Two versions of this indicator are available. Original code version - Sinewave.mq5. Sinewave2.mq5 indicator provides a small filtration of chaotic oscillations of the Lead Sine line.
and the article - Advanced Adaptive Indicators Theory and Implementation in MQL5 -
Phasor or Phase Vector is a vector that shows amplitude and phase of a cycle. According to Euler's formula a sinewave can be represented as a sum of two complex number components. Please observe rotating phasor depicting a sinewave cycle below.
If more so you can make a search by yourself for the Market for example, or go to Freelance to find the coder who can help.
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Sergey Golubev, 2017.08.27 08:00
You need a more complicated wave equation to describe (and actually predict) the market than just a sine wave. I'm trying to figure out alglib polynomial interpolation, it should provide some results in this direction.
I wrote something that multiplicates sine waves with fading amplitude and it did draw something like an Elliot wave, but it's (very) far from ready.