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Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

by: Jimmy
The Corrected Averages (also known as the Optimal Moving Average) was created by Dr. A Uhl and coded by Mladen for MT4. Mladen's versions of this indicator are high-quality, non-repainting codes that are ideal for trend trading and catching those significant swings in the market. What I particularly...

Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

by: Jimmy
This is an interesting one from our archives which I thought should be in here - the TWAP (Time Weighted Average Price) by Mladen. As explained by Mladen: This would be the time weighted average price (a kind of a moving average). The description used is the following : The Time-Weighted Average Pri...

Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

by: Jimmy
This type of Moving Average has been included in many of the "Averages" versions of the indicators by Mrtools & Mladen but for those who want the standalone version I'll post it here :) This is the eVWMA (Elastic Volume Weighted Moving Average) which was kindly coded by Mladen for MT4. Mladen also i...

Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

by: Jimmy
This one is a hidden gem that was optimized by Mladen back in the day called the FRAMA (Fractal Adaptive Moving Average) MACD. The original concept was by John Ehlers back in 2006 and then Matt Kennel (MrPip) made one version and this final version is by Mladen. Although simple in it's form and with...

Re: Dynamic Zone DMX

by: mrtools
This is Mladen's version of the Dynamic Zone DMX (Directional Movement Quality Index/Bipolar DMI) which has optimized code and was corrected for "slowness" in the older version for MT4. This is an updated version of dynamic zones dmx made it more user friendly, optimized the code and added slope co...

Complete Adaptive Polyfit MA

by: Jimmy
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...