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Re: Adaptive Indicators for MT4

It's good for post-factum analysis only, I'm afraid, just as TMA, SSA (not end-pointed), Fourier and other stuff like that. BTW, Laplace transform would be interesting to test as well as the Nyquist–Shannon sampling theorem (Prof. Mladen, what do you think?)... :) That would mean using unilateral L...

Re: Requests & Ideas (MT5)

Hello, Line 879, → 269 feat RMO If you don't refresh, the movement may be strange Thank you very much in advance :) That indicator (the mq5 file) is not made by me - and is wrong Unlike what a majority expects you can not just copy and paste the mq4 code into mq5 and expect it to work correctly and...

Re: МТ4 Trading Systems: DARK ENERGY FOREX SYSTEM PART 2

Mladen is right, why use the decompiled, copyright changed version of TMA centered bands, the source code was freely given by Mladen, quite awhile back. I respect Mladen and copyright in general. But here is the task: you are a trader who has ideas and who is able to give a technical task to the pr...

Re: МТ4 Trading Systems: DARK ENERGY FOREX SYSTEM PART 2

Extensive indicator based on indicators © Price Border (in MT4). This is a new indicator for your testing. If it is interesting, we will modify it. This is perhaps a new interaction format. Price goes beyond the upper or lower level of the indicator © Price Border. All data of each timeframe are di...

Re: Something interesting please post here (Metatrader)

Replace the code of OnCalculate() with this : int limit = rates_total-prev_calculated; if (limit>=rates_total-1) limit = rates_total-1; for(int i=limit; i>=0; i--) Temporary[i]=tick_volume[i]*(close[i]-open[i]); for(int i=limit; i>=0; i--) LinearMomentumBuffer[i]=iMAOnArray(Temporary,0,SmoothingPer...

Re: Something interesting please post here (Metatrader)

This is one of the most interesting indicator in mql4 language. Description: Linear Momentum: Momentum is strength of an object that moves to different place — this is my own definition. Momentum can be calculated with following equation: momentum = mass x velocity. You should already know that vel...

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