CE oscillator for FME indicator is a version of the CE oscillator tailored for use together with the Forecast Moving average and Emission (FME) trend indicator. Input is formed by the FME data alone. Two indicators are brought together as a single trading system using identical settings of the main parameters (see screenshots of the parameter windows). Additional parameters: err - round-off error of the Energy parameter value. It decreases the Energy line "contact noise" when it is near 0
CE oscillator for FME indicator MT4 is a version of the CE oscillator tailored for use together with the Forecast Moving average and Emission MT4 (FME) trend indicator. Input is formed by the FME data alone. Two indicators are brought together as a single trading system using identical settings of the main parameters (see screenshots of the parameter windows). Additional parameters: err - round-off error of the Energy parameter value. It decreases the Energy line "contact noise" when it is near
The Forecast Moving average and Emission MT4 (FME) indicator calculates four lines. Forecast is the price forecast with horizon 5. Fast moving average - fast moving average with the averaging period FastPeriod. Slow moving average - slow moving averaging with the averaging period SlowPeriod Emission - adaptive emission line. The idea of plotting this line was inspired by Sergey Pavlov's article "Drawing Indicator's Emissions in MQL5". The line is automatically rearranged
CE (Cumulative Energy) Oscillator transforms the input data time series into cumulative lines. The indicator also has the built-in energy indicator. Two moving averages are used for market entry. Users can specify the calculation period for each line in the parameter settings. Err - rounding error value for Energy line. ArrowShow displays the arrows showing the current direction of the indicator lines. DraeHistogram specifies representation of the cumulative lines as a histogram from the
Energy line is calculated similar to kinetic energy in physics: E = (mv^2)/2. Tick volumes (money stock) are used as mass, while price rate of change (ROC) is used as velocity. Energy direction (positive or negative) is defined by ROC direction. Chaikin Volatility (CHV) indicator is additionally used. Since the volatility starts increasing before the price actually moves, CHV notifies of the increased market activity in advance. Calculations result in the energy release, which usually
ZigZag_FT is a combination of two good indicators. The first one is ZigZag with adjustable wave height (found it in Code Base). The second on is Bill Williams' fractals. These indicators complement each other. ZigZag is used for detecting Elliott waves, and Fractals show the structure of each wave. The height of ZigZags can be (and it should be) adjusted depending on the timeframe the indicator is used with. Fitted values of "Minimum points in a ray" parameter for different timeframes are listed
The Forecast Moving average and Emission (FME) indicator calculates three lines. Forecast is the price forecast calculated with the horizon specified in the input parameter FcPeriod. The price type based on which the forecast is calculated is specified in the input parameter InpPrice. Moving average is a moving average whose type is selected in the InpMA parameter and the averaging period is set in the MaPeriod parameter. Emission is the adaptive emission line. The idea of
SCE (Statistical Cumulative Energy) Oscillator is based on calculations of statistical parameters of input parameters' time series. Two moving averages are used for market entry. In the parameter settings (Fig. 1), users can specify the look of each moving average, as well as its smoothing period and type of price used for its calculation. Additional parameter (ArrowShow) displays the arrows showing the current direction of the indicator lines and server time. Graphical constructions of
Energy line is calculated similar to kinetic energy in physics: E = (mv^2)/2. Tick volumes (money stock) are used as mass, while price rate of change (ROC) is used as velocity. Energy direction (positive or negative) is defined by ROC direction. Chaikin Volatility (CHV) indicator is additionally used. Since the volatility starts increasing before the price actually moves, CHV notifies of the increased market activity in advance. Calculations result in the energy release, which usually
ZigZag_FT is a combination of two good indicators. The first one is ZigZag with adjustable wave height (found it in Code Base). The second on is Bill Williams' fractals. These indicators complement each other. ZigZag is used for detecting Elliott waves, and Fractals show the structure of each wave. The height of ZigZags can be (and it should be) adjusted depending on the timeframe the indicator is used with. Fitted values of "Minimum points in a ray" parameter for different timeframes are listed