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Super Smoothed Average with Floating Levels

#1021
This is the latest version of the Super Smoothed Average by Mladen that was posted by member Mades.

From observation, it is essentially the same indicator as the Super Smoothed Average Trend for MT4, but with some nice additional options such as:

  • Displaying "neutral" zones
  • Floating Levels

Thanks to Mladen for creating this remarkable tool :)
Super Smoothed Averages 1.5 for MT4 with Floating Levels.png
Super smoothed average 1.5.ex4
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Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1022
Jimmy wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 3:07 pm
mrtools wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 2:43 am


Not sure if I have the source of that one, could you post the version you have please.
Hello Mades. Would the Super Smoothed Average with Floating Levels for MT4 be suitable?
Hello Jimmy,

no not really, floating levels is slightly something different than channel created by the average. Anyway I'm posting even newer version than yours I found among my collection.

Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1023
mades wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 7:26 pm
Hello Jimmy,

no not really, floating levels is slightly something different than channel created by the average. Anyway I'm posting even newer version than yours I found among my collection.
No problem. Good to see some contribution of updated files to the forum.
Post moved to the correct section and updated my suggestion with the 1.5 file.
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Re: MT4 Indicator requests and ideas

#1024
Jimmy wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 9:39 pm
mades wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 7:26 pm
Hello Jimmy,

no not really, floating levels is slightly something different than channel created by the average. Anyway I'm posting even newer version than yours I found among my collection.
No problem. Good to see some contribution of updated files to the forum.
Post moved to the correct section and updated my suggestion with the 1.5 file.
Good. Honestly this is the most accurate smoothing of a moving average. I wish Mladen would continue updating it (add more averages) or pass it to MrTools for tweaking if necessary, its been around since 2016.

Re: Super Smoothed Average with Floating Levels

#1025
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Jimmy wrote:
Mon Sep 23, 2019 3:05 pm
This is the latest version of the Super Smoothed Average by Mladen that was posted by member Mades.

From observation, it is essentially the same indicator as the Super Smoothed Average Trend for MT4, but with some nice additional options such as:

  • Displaying "neutral" zones
  • Floating Levels

Thanks to Mladen for creating this remarkable tool :)
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LoveRe: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1027
Jimmy wrote:
Sat Jun 15, 2019 10:13 pm
Here is the highly accurate Super Smoothed Average Trend by Mladen for MT4 which is one of our favorite Moving Average style indicators from Mladen.

This version includes (newer drop down box) Multi-timeframe + Interpolation, Alerts, Shadow Option & more.

PS: If you would like to download a template with the indicator set up as a Wave using the 34 EMA, see here: 34 EMA Wave using the Super Smoothed Averages indicator for MT4.

PPS: There is also a version with Floating Levels here: Super Smoothed Average with Floating Levels for MT4.
Hi Jimmy,

Awesome job with this indicator! I have been trying to make a small EA based on this indicator. When the indicator becomes green, it will send a buy order and vice versa (Red = Sell). Though I am having an issue with the indicator buffers while using iCustom. Buffers #2 and #3 always seemed to be returning Empty_Value, while all other buffers return zero. This is the same case always regardless if the indicator is green or red.

Here is a small piece of EA which I used to extract the buffer values during backtest in MT4 Strategy Tester.

Code: Select all

#include <stdlib.mqh>

extern int                AvgPeriod = 25;
extern ENUM_APPLIED_PRICE AvgPrice = PRICE_CLOSE;
extern ENUM_MA_METHOD     AvgType = MODE_EMA;
extern bool               AvgSup = false;
extern bool               alertsOn = false;
extern bool               alertsOnCurrent = false;
extern bool               alertsMessage = false;
extern bool               alertsSound = false;
extern bool               alertsPushNotif = false;
extern bool               alertsEmail = false;
extern color              ColorUp = 65280;
extern color              ColorDown = 11823615;
extern color              ColorShadow = 6908265;
extern int                  LinesWidth = 1;
extern bool               Interpolate = true;

void OnTick()
{  
   double Buffer0 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 0, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 0 is: ", Buffer0);
   double Buffer1 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 1, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 1 is: ", Buffer1);
   double Buffer2 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 2, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 2 is: ", Buffer2);
   double Buffer3 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 3, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 3 is: ", Buffer3);
   double Buffer4 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 4, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 4 is: ", Buffer4);
   double Buffer5 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 5, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 5 is: ", Buffer5);
   double Buffer6 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 6, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 6 is: ", Buffer6);
   double Buffer7 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 7, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 7 is: ", Buffer7);
   double Buffer8 = iCustom(Symbol(), 0, "Super smoothed average trend 1.2", AvgPeriod, AvgPrice,AvgType,AvgSup,alertsOn,alertsOnCurrent,alertsMessage,alertsSound,alertsPushNotif,alertsEmail,ColorUp,ColorDown,ColorShadow, LinesWidth, Interpolate, 8, 1);
   Print("The value of Indicator Buffer 8 is: ", Buffer8);
 } 
When I run backtest using this code, the tester journal gives me results as shown in the image below. Also, the indicator doesn't show up on the chart once we finish/stop the backtesting in Visual mode.

Will you please advise me on how to get around this? Thank you very much for your time.
76757014_2586351018098018_7097688938474635264_o.jpg

Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1029
thomdel wrote:
Wed Nov 20, 2019 7:06 pm
Please Help....

Request you to Please Post Moving Average Name & Repective Modes for all Average types found in most Indicators.
Example : Mode 1 is EMA ( may be )


Thanks & Regards.
For mt4 built in moving averages,

0 = sma, 1 = ema, 2 = smma, and 3 = lwma.

Re: Moving Average indicators for MT4

#1030
Kindly Please hava a look at this request for Indicator : Super smoothed average 1.5

Please Provide :
1) Option to Turn off ( or change colour to None ) for Floating Levels. *
2) Option to Change Width of Shadow Line. *


Thanks for Kindness, Support & Shares.
Thanks & Regards
Super smoothed average 1.5.ex4
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