Re: Various (Specialist) indicators for MT4

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kvak wrote: Fri Apr 19, 2024 7:00 am Hello,
What setting you used? And you use cross of term lines cross? Or cross it with bands?

FYI @TransparentTrader Iam working on "filled" version.... but it's late here, I'm going to bed :)
Hi Kvak, default settings for now have a good results for me.

I used the crossing of the term lines for the entry and then when the bands start to bend towards the zero line I can think of exiting if it has made a large movement (as in the figure), otherwise I see how the movement develops. I use it with the Heiken Ashi smoothed, with the ema and s/r. It gives that confirmation that I have been looking for so much with RSIs, which are excellent, especially the RSIma but, but this indicator anticipates them (always talking about my setup).

Kvak is it possible to add alerts and arrows at the intersection of the terms lines?

I'm also evaluating the slope of the lines on the cross to see if it affects the type of explosion. It seems that predefined patterns can be created to distinguish price movements. Very very very interesting! As a scalper it's the best time to scratch some points in my opinion.


Re: Various (Specialist) indicators for MT4

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TransparentTrader wrote: Fri Apr 19, 2024 7:37 am No problem, take your time!

Likewise, I'm interested in seeing how lukgoku uses the indicator and his settings.
Just an example with my setup.

I learn the timing of the indicator...small trades to become friends...there's a feeling!

I like transparency! He doesn't fool you with strange "moves". Thanks again for your post!

CodeRe: Various (Specialist) indicators for MT4

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TransparentTrader wrote: Thu Apr 18, 2024 6:41 am [b



kvak, would it be possible to add in color filling options so the MT4 version looks exactly like the TradingView version? Appreciate all the hard work you've put so far into this indicator request.
Expansion Contraction indicator with Color Filling, Arrows & Alerts

Hello, here is little updated version with filling, arrows and alerts for test.
Arows/alerts for fast/slow cross.

To recap,
  • This indicator compares two price points (High and Low) by using a Moving Average channel and using a second, built-in indicator that compares the two price points (High and Low), through two longer look-back Moving Average Channel settings.
  • It utilizes Standard Deviation for volatility readings
  • Aims at being "zero lag"
  • Is marketed as an all-in-one indicator
TransparentTrader's original post which includes the full description is here.


Re: Various (Specialist) indicators for MT4

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mrtools wrote: Sun Nov 05, 2023 3:07 am Try this version.
Hi MrTools,

Wishing all is well with you. A few good months have passed since last posting about the EA developed using your fabulous DeMarker indicator.
Something have been puzzling me, I hope you would please shed some light on.

I use 4 instances of DeMarker indis in EA as key filterer and trigger.
After many many testings, I notice that when the "DeMarker Period" setting gets smaller, abnormal behavior tends to arise.

In the first image show the indicators curves that I manually attached the indicators onto the chart after backtest completed.
In snap-shot below, by right, DeMarker instance 4 should have filtered and blocked the trade from being opened, but it didn't.

Whereas in other cases, where DeMarker 1,2,3 which have larger settings, the EA work perfectly fine. Trades were not opened if DeMarker1,2,3 "say' no.
Their settings as follows:
DeMarker 1: DeMarker Period=150; Adapting period=65, Floating Level=75,
DeMarker 2: DeMarker Period=96; Adapting period=40, Floating Level=48,
DeMarker 3: DeMarker Period=50; Adapting period=21, Floating Level=25,
DeMarker 4: DeMarker Period=21; Adapting period=18, Floating Level=9,

The codes for all 4 indicators in the EA are almost identical, with only the numbering varies so to reference to the respective DeMarker instance, such as Demarker _TF4, DeMarkerPeriod4 etc.

It seems that the "reading" of the indicator by the EA is different from the the curves depicted on the chart, at least not for the 4th DeMarker.

I wonder if there is anything that can be done so that what I see (curves on chart) match exactly what the EA reads using the icustom command.


Many thanks.

Cazz
DeMarker instance 4 should have filtered and blocked the trade from being opened DeMarker instance 4 should have filtered and blocked the trade from being opened

Re: Various (Specialist) indicators for MT4

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friend4you wrote: Thu Mar 28, 2024 3:05 am Hi, would you be so kind to post the manual template with indicators or at least the bands settings and indicator. I brought chaos back to life on our previous board, where I asked for new versions. A good concept I got from a russian site. Haos seems to be the older name of chaos.
Hello, I am sorry my friend, I don't quite get your question.
I was not into Haos nor Chaos indicator. I was working on DeMarker indicator, may not be able to help you on the 2 indicator.

Best wishes.

Re: Various (Specialist) indicators for MT4

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Cazz223 wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 5:59 pm Hi MrTools,

Wishing all is well with you. A few good months have passed since last posting about the EA developed using your fabulous DeMarker indicator.
Something have been puzzling me, I hope you would please shed some light on.

I use 4 instances of DeMarker indis in EA as key filterer and trigger.
After many many testings, I notice that when the "DeMarker Period" setting gets smaller, abnormal behavior tends to arise.

In the first image show the indicators curves that I manually attached the indicators onto the chart after backtest completed.
In snap-shot below, by right, DeMarker instance 4 should have filtered and blocked the trade from being opened, but it didn't.

Whereas in other cases, where DeMarker 1,2,3 which have larger settings, the EA work perfectly fine. Trades were not opened if DeMarker1,2,3 "say' no.
Their settings as follows:
DeMarker 1: DeMarker Period=150; Adapting period=65, Floating Level=75,
DeMarker 2: DeMarker Period=96; Adapting period=40, Floating Level=48,
DeMarker 3: DeMarker Period=50; Adapting period=21, Floating Level=25,
DeMarker 4: DeMarker Period=21; Adapting period=18, Floating Level=9,

The codes for all 4 indicators in the EA are almost identical, with only the numbering varies so to reference to the respective DeMarker instance, such as Demarker _TF4, DeMarkerPeriod4 etc.

It seems that the "reading" of the indicator by the EA is different from the the curves depicted on the chart, at least not for the 4th DeMarker.

I wonder if there is anything that can be done so that what I see (curves on chart) match exactly what the EA reads using the icustom command.


Many thanks.

Cazz
Have you tried using buffer #9 the slope buffer? If slope = 1 uptrend and slope -1 downtrend.

Re: Various (Specialist) indicators for MT4

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kvak wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 8:21 am Expansion Contraction indicator with Color Filling, Arrows & Alerts

Hello, here is little updated version with filling, arrows and alerts for test.
Arows/alerts for fast/slow cross.

To recap,
  • This indicator compares two price points (High and Low) by using a Moving Average channel and using a second, built-in indicator that compares the two price points (High and Low), through two longer look-back Moving Average Channel settings.
  • It utilizes Standard Deviation for volatility readings
  • Aims at being "zero lag"
  • Is marketed as an all-in-one indicator
TransparentTrader's original post which includes the full description is here.
After watching some of the video, Its actually pretty genius in its simplicity.

Re: Various (Specialist) indicators for MT4

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Cazz223 wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 5:59 pm Hi MrTools,

Wishing all is well with you. A few good months have passed since last posting about the EA developed using your fabulous DeMarker indicator.
Something have been puzzling me, I hope you would please shed some light on.

I use 4 instances of DeMarker indis in EA as key filterer and trigger.
After many many testings, I notice that when the "DeMarker Period" setting gets smaller, abnormal behavior tends to arise.

In the first image show the indicators curves that I manually attached the indicators onto the chart after backtest completed.
In snap-shot below, by right, DeMarker instance 4 should have filtered and blocked the trade from being opened, but it didn't.

Whereas in other cases, where DeMarker 1,2,3 which have larger settings, the EA work perfectly fine. Trades were not opened if DeMarker1,2,3 "say' no.
Their settings as follows:
DeMarker 1: DeMarker Period=150; Adapting period=65, Floating Level=75,
DeMarker 2: DeMarker Period=96; Adapting period=40, Floating Level=48,
DeMarker 3: DeMarker Period=50; Adapting period=21, Floating Level=25,
DeMarker 4: DeMarker Period=21; Adapting period=18, Floating Level=9,

The codes for all 4 indicators in the EA are almost identical, with only the numbering varies so to reference to the respective DeMarker instance, such as Demarker _TF4, DeMarkerPeriod4 etc.

It seems that the "reading" of the indicator by the EA is different from the the curves depicted on the chart, at least not for the 4th DeMarker.

I wonder if there is anything that can be done so that what I see (curves on chart) match exactly what the EA reads using the icustom command.


Many thanks.

Cazz
;)
"Only the price on the chart can show the entrance to the deal..."


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