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Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

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Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#61
Jimmy wrote:
Fri Jun 23, 2017 12:14 am
Heiken Ashi candle count indicator that displays an alert after a (user defined) amount of consecutive candles appear in a row (thanks Mladen for cleaning the code up and adding working alerts).

Features:
  • Customizable candle and wick widths
  • Alerts on Current Bar or Closed
  • User defined consecutive candle alerts
  • Push Alerts and E-mail alerts

Example below: Alert when three bearish candles appear after bullish candle/s

Heiken Ashi Candle Count Alert.png
Heiken Ashi Candle Count Alert.mq4
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Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#62
pacois wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:42 am
Jimmy wrote:
Fri Jun 23, 2017 12:14 am
Heiken Ashi candle count indicator that displays an alert after a (user defined) amount of consecutive candles appear in a row (thanks Mladen for cleaning the code up and adding working alerts).

Features:
  • Customizable candle and wick widths
  • Alerts on Current Bar or Closed
  • User defined consecutive candle alerts
  • Push Alerts and E-mail alerts

Example below: Alert when three bearish candles appear after bullish candle/s

Heiken Ashi Candle Count Alert.png
Heiken Ashi Candle Count Alert.mq4
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Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#63
mrtools wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 2:46 am
mades wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2018 7:49 pm


Unfortunately even with sorted values turned off it still does it. Maybe I could give you the settings I use so you can emulate the problem better:

15 windows, 1500 bar history, 5Min chart, settings: MaPeriod 21, SMMA, Step 3, BetterFormula T, T3Hot 0.55, T3 Orig/Sorted F, DrawAsBack T
The only thing I can think of causing the problem is in mt4 to make separate window candles they need to be made as objects and for some reason objects on mt4 use a lot of computer power. Only solution I can think of is to use less instances of the indicator.
I do have an idea. If the problem was just number of objects, I would simply use less instances and every added instance would slow down mt4 by appr. the same amount. But this is mostly noticeable during strong volatility periods, when the number of incoming ticks doubles/triples. So I guess it might have something to do with calculating the last (current) bar.

Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#64
mrtools wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:27 am
mades wrote:
Tue Jan 09, 2018 3:05 am


Hi MrTools,

can you please take a look at HAMA T3 indi, it looks like it has a hidden bug (it slows down platform heavily if having more windows even with only 1000 bars) and that's especially visible when volatility rises. It is very uncommon and turning off multiple options in the indi didn't help. Thank you.
Been checking it, leaning toward it being the sorted values, but not sure yet.
Hey,
I decided not to use Hama indi anymore because it makes terminal unresponsive even with a slightly higher volatility. You don't need to examine it any more as I think noone else uses it on multiple windows like I did. Thanks for your time.

Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#65
pacois wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:49 am
pacois wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:42 am
@Mr tools

Pls, can you make synergy apb autowidth like the heikenashi autowidth i uploaded below. The heiken ashi candle changes width by zooming in/zooming out, i want same for synergy apb candles
I couldn't get the mq4 file of synergy apb. Thanks
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Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#66
Jimmy wrote:
Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:10 pm
Beautiful work.

Here is Dean Malone's "Synergy" Heiken Ashi bars or "Average Price Bars".
They are exactly the same as the traditional Heiken Ashi but I like these because they change colours and warn you of a possible reversal and the wicks change colour to Grey if the trend is becoming choppy or weak.

I used these years ago when I was new at trading and they helped a lot with trend trading. 
 
 
 
 

I've modified and removed the yellow price action channel that comes default so we can apply these to our own systems:
pls, can you make the synergry apb candle auto width by zooming in and out like the heiken ashi candle indicator i attached above. Thnaks

Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#67
pacois wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:49 am
pacois wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:42 am
Hi Pacois,

Is there any way to disable/remove the large Current Candles counter display on the right of the chart? It gets in the way (at least for my chart setup).

Thanks!

Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#68
Zelias wrote:
Thu Feb 22, 2018 12:18 am
pacois wrote:
Wed Jan 10, 2018 9:49 am
Hi Pacois,

Is there any way to disable/remove the large Current Candles counter display on the right of the chart? It gets in the way (at least for my chart setup).

Thanks!
Is there not the display on Off option? >>Heiken Ashi Candle Count Alert_Mod_Display
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Re: Heiken Ashi Type Indicators

#69
Hama Jurik
hama jurik histo
Hama stands for Heiken Ashi moving average
One more variation of Jurik though partially and a bit older too
This is a combo style on chart trend indicator,if selected jurik true then it will using Jurik if false then it will be using 4 basic MAs (sma,ema,smma,lwma) - better formula and step as an extra extensions,almost alerts included too
of course Mladen's/Mrtools creation
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