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Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1661
marwilli wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 6:59 pm
In what way is it usable for you ? I'm curious :-)
I don't have a specific use for it per say, but I'm interested in finding a MA that has very low lag (sticks to the price) while retaining a high smoothing factor... This might not be perfect but I thought it was interesting (maybe not).
I think you could use this MA the same way you use other MAs (determining trend if MA0 > MA1 then trend is up or if price closes above MA then on buys, etc)


Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1662
ionone wrote:
Wed Apr 07, 2021 5:58 pm
this is a good MA.
try different parameters.
as a rule of thumb, decreasing "Pow" glues the MA to the price more (while losing a little bit of smoothness of course).

screenshot.18.jpg

I modified the original settings to a better set
Amka.mq4
That is Kama (Kaufman adaptive moving average)
Kaufman ama is, like many adaptive averages, a derivative of EMA


By setting the "Pow" parameter value less than 1 is simply artificially closing the alpha part of the ema calculation (which in kama is calculated using Kaufman efficiency ratio) to 1 and thus making it closer to the price (alpha 1 == period 1 in ema, is equal to price itself).
And smoothing shall be lesser and lesser the closer you get to that "target" alpha to 1 (and price itself)

DownloadRe: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1663
Mr tools and other coders,

Could you please assist in making the attached MTF Moving Average indicator be able to be applied to another indicator. The only MA indicator that i can apply to another indicator currently is the one that comes with the MT4 platform. Can you make the attached mtf MA to have the same function?

Thanks in advance
#MTF Moving Average.mq4
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Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1664
ionone wrote:
Thu Apr 08, 2021 5:23 pm
I don't have a specific use for it per say, but I'm interested in finding a MA that has very low lag (sticks to the price) while retaining a high smoothing factor... This might not be perfect but I thought it was interesting (maybe not).
I think you could use this MA the same way you use other MAs (determining trend if MA0 > MA1 then trend is up or if price closes above MA then on buys, etc)
Try these:

MAMA (with filter) - with the correct settings it can filter a LOT of noise and the ribbon is often a good sup/res zone
EVWMA (with filter)

Both indis are available here and there are 5 different settings for MAMA and 4 for evwma including filtering.




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