Re: Adaptive Indicators for MT4

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Continuing on from the last post we saw the PA (Phase Accumulation) Polyfit Bands. This is the ALB (Adaptive Lookback) Polyfit Bands for MT4 by Mladen. Mladen cleaned, optimized and removed errors from this simple standalone indicator.
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Adaptive Lookback TMA

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This is Mladen's Adaptive Lookback TMA/TRIMA (Triangular Moving Average) for MT4 as a standalone indicator.

As explained by Mladen:
This one is a "pure" adaptive look-back indicator : was doing some experimenting and tested what happens with the triangular moving average when it gets adaptive (not a logical step since TMA calculation is based on bars not like EMA for example, but the result is surprisingly good considering and decided to post it) It is fast (even with default "speed" set to 1) and is smooth and that is what I like in it - the fact that it still keeps the smoothness

The "TMA" is a triangular moving average (the "real" triangular moving average not the centered one) so there is no repainting in it. Possible usage could be something like this : red is with speed a blue is with speed 1.2
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RSX Adaptive

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This is the RSX Adaptive Histogram type version that was coded by Mladen for MT4 some time ago. Although we have a few versions of the RSX Adaptive on here, this one is the base indicator but it also is in Histogram form so in case anyone would like to use this version, i'll post it here.

For the Adaptive RSX Lines version with Multi-timeframe mode + Alerts, you can find that version here:
Adaptive RSX indicator with MTF & Alerts for MT4.

As explained by Mladen:
Adaptive rsx ...

This one is not using any of the adaptive methods that we usually use. It is using standard deviation and and an average of a standard deviation to calculate the coefficient that is then applied to the desired length of calculation. That way the length of calculation is constantly altered depending on the standard deviation and is also used as a "frame" for calculating period.

Here is a comparison of a "regular" 25 period rsx (lower) with an standard deviation adaptive 25 period rsx (upper) - as it is seen they are sometimes very different in values and I think that the adaptive is a bit more responsive to market conditions than the "regular" one:
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PA Adaptive Double Smoothed EMA

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Here is another Adaptive indicator from the archives which was made by Mladen - The PA (Phase Accumulation) Double Smoothed EMA (Exponential Moving Average) for MT4.

As explained by Mladen:
pa adaptive double smoothed EMA ...

EMA like indicators are very "acceptable" for adaptive calculations since they depend only on 1 previous value and since they do not have to have a integer calculation period (unlike common belief, ema 1.5 for example make perfect sense math wise). So, decided to see what happens to double smoothed ema if it gets adapted by a phase accumulation. And it seems that the results are not bad. Result is still smooth, it is still fast and it seems to be adaptive as much as it is probably needed..

Here is an example of a 1 cycle and 3 cycle phase accumulation adaptive double smoothed emas on a same screen as a kind of a "cross following" system, and as it is seen it is rarely giving false signals. With some other choice of cycles it might be even better, but for that one would need to experiment a bit more than I did so far
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PA Adaptive Bollinger Bands

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Here is a great indicator that was made by Mladen as well which can be added to our Adaptive Indicators thread - The PA (Phase Accumulation) Adaptive Bollinger Bands with Multiple Deviations for MT4.

Apologies if there is a version of this already but I couldn't find this one on our site so I'll post it here. Hopefully someone will find it useful for their own trading as it works well for forecasting Volatiliy and breakouts as well as counter-trend trading.

As explained by Mladen:
PA adaptive Bollinger bands ...

This is a phase adaptive Bollinger bands with a possibility to draw up to 3 Bollinger bands. Thought that phase adapting would be convenient for this since it looks for cycles and it is similar in basic idea to what Bollinger bands are looking for too
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Complete Adaptive Polyfit MA

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This is the complete adaptive Polyfit MA coded by Mladen for MT4. Apologies if this one is a repost but I had no luck finding this on our site yet.

As explained by Mladen:
Here is a "complete" alb version of PolyFit ma.

Now it is adaptive regardless of the mode used for calculation : FitMode 0 and 1. Added one option : Adaptive. If it is set to true, then the indicator switches to adaptive mode, else it works as regular PlyFir moving average - without adaptive lengths for calculation. That way it is easy to have all the possible calculations from this single indicator
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Phase Accumulation Jurik Bollinger Bands

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Continuing from the post above, this is Mrtools' Phase Accumulation Jurik Double Smoothed Bollinger Bands for MT4 which it's Standard Deviation Length is controlled by Phase Accumulation (Hilbert Phase).
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ALB Jurik WPR

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This is Mrtools's original ALB (Adaptive Look Back) Jurik WPR (Williams %R) for MT4 and is a great starting point for new traders looking to learn how to make quality adaptive codes. It is also an ideal replacement for the standard WPR for those looking for a more reliable code with smoothing.
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