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Re: Homodyne Discriminator

#221
nathanvbasko wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:30 am
nathanvbasko wrote:
Tue Nov 12, 2019 2:49 am
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As explained by John Ehlers:

Homodyne Discriminator exhibits superior performance in a low signal-to-noise environment.
Homodyne means I use the signal multiplied by itself one bar ago to produce a zero-frequency beat note. This beat note carries the phase angle of the one-bar change. Still using the basic definition of a cycle, the one-bar rate of change of phase is exactly the cycle period.

-- John F. Ehlers


I found this code (not an easy language) wherein it uses the linear weighted price. Not sure if it solved the said issues.
please find the attached
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Period of Dominant Cycle
─ Based on Homodyne Discriminator by John F. Ehlers
─ Using JMA filter/smoothness
─ Using HA-APB price close
─ Doesn't need to load all the bars (as an option), and it doesn't recalculate all the bars on every tick
 
Homodyne means we are multiplying the signal by itself. To be more precise, we want to multiply the signal of the current bar with the complex conjugate of the signal 1 bar ago.  
 
NOTE: This indicator does not generate BUY / SELL signals. It is used to find the cycle period that can be used as inputs to other indicators. For example, if the current value of the indicator is 32, then it means that the current cycle period of the price is 32 bars, and this value can be used to calculated period based indicators like RSI, ADX, CCI, ATR, etc. Since this indicator value changes, we calculate our indicators like RSI dynamically (32-bar), etc instead of a fixed RSI period. 
 
This screenshot below shows some indicators that use the value of the dominant cycle period. This is just an example of a trading system or a tool that uses the Dominant Cycle Period. ─an upcoming version of the v2v dynamic trading system, but without the cycle period line showing up on the chart sub-window. 
 

DCP_1.png
 
 
 
Period_Of_Dominant_Cycle.ex4 
Hello Nathan
Does it mean that when PDC indi gives a reading,says 32, then other indi will likely be producing optimal results if their respective period settings are also set to 32?


Re: Homodyne Discriminator

#222
Cazz223 wrote:
Sat Nov 23, 2019 4:48 am
nathanvbasko wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 10:30 am


Period of Dominant Cycle
─ Based on Homodyne Discriminator by John F. Ehlers
─ Using JMA filter/smoothness
─ Using HA-APB price close
─ Doesn't need to load all the bars (as an option), and it doesn't recalculate all the bars on every tick
 
Homodyne means we are multiplying the signal by itself. To be more precise, we want to multiply the signal of the current bar with the complex conjugate of the signal 1 bar ago.  
 
NOTE: This indicator does not generate BUY / SELL signals. It is used to find the cycle period that can be used as inputs to other indicators. For example, if the current value of the indicator is 32, then it means that the current cycle period of the price is 32 bars, and this value can be used to calculated period based indicators like RSI, ADX, CCI, ATR, etc. Since this indicator value changes, we calculate our indicators like RSI dynamically (32-bar), etc instead of a fixed RSI period. 
 
This screenshot below shows some indicators that use the value of the dominant cycle period. This is just an example of a trading system or a tool that uses the Dominant Cycle Period. ─an upcoming version of the v2v dynamic trading system, but without the cycle period line showing up on the chart sub-window. 
 

DCP_1.png
 
 
 
Period_Of_Dominant_Cycle.ex4 
Hello Nathan
Does it mean that when PDC indi gives a reading,says 32, then other indi will likely be producing optimal results if their respective period settings are also set to 32?
Yes, that's the technical assumption... but it cannot be applied to all technical tools or indicators. It just like... "If the shoe fit" kind of thing. And this is just one of the things that may increase the probability of your technical trading setup.

You may need to test/practice with this type of system that I shared here >>> viewtopic.php?p=1295398584#p1295398584
 

 

Re: Adaptive Indicators for MT4

#224
mrtools wrote:
Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:26 pm
friend4you wrote:
Tue Oct 16, 2018 7:19 pm


Dear mrtools!
Any thoughts of my request 2 weeks ago:
Can you make the filter period separately selectable instead of "Jurik and filter period to use"?
Here is your last version:
Adaptive - jurik filter(mtf + alerts + fl's).ex4
download/file.php?id=3334926
Try this one!
Adaptive Jurik Filter

Dear MrTools,
Is it possible to make this filter into a sub-window indicator with Double Zones?
I tempered with template to "transplant" the filter in SW, but somehow the bands are a bit too close.
download/file.php?id=3335443
Thank you
Adaptive Jurik Filter in SW.png

Re: Adaptive Indicators for MT4

#225
Cazz223 wrote:
Tue Dec 03, 2019 1:38 pm
mrtools wrote:
Tue Oct 16, 2018 10:26 pm


Try this one!
Adaptive Jurik Filter

Dear MrTools,
Is it possible to make this filter into a sub-window indicator with Double Zones?
I tempered with template to "transplant" the filter in SW, but somehow the bands are a bit too close.
download/file.php?id=3335443
Thank you
Made a separate window double dynamic zone version.
ddz adaptive - jurik filter.ex4
(56.7 KiB) Downloaded 150 times
ddz adapt jma.png


Re: Adaptive Indicators for MT4

#226
mrtools wrote:
Wed Dec 04, 2019 12:40 pm
Cazz223 wrote:
Tue Dec 03, 2019 1:38 pm


Adaptive Jurik Filter

Dear MrTools,
Is it possible to make this filter into a sub-window indicator with Double Zones?
I tempered with template to "transplant" the filter in SW, but somehow the bands are a bit too close.
download/file.php?id=3335443
Thank you
Made a separate window double dynamic zone version.
WOW! So fast! MrTools, you are like a almighty wizard.
This indi will be a powerful long range canon in the arsenal.
Many Thanks

Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Look!
a DDZ Adaptive Jurik Filter in SW.

Re: Adaptive Indicators for MT4

#227
Cazz223 wrote:
Wed Dec 04, 2019 2:43 pm
mrtools wrote:
Wed Dec 04, 2019 12:40 pm

Made a separate window double dynamic zone version.

Image
WOW! So fast! MrTools, you are like a almighty wizard.
This indi will be a powerful long range canon in the arsenal.
Many Thanks

Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Look!
a DDZ Adaptive Jurik Filter in SW.
Ooow! That's a beauty right there bro. The colors remind me of Italy. Have you tried it out yet Caz? :D
11-year downtrend continues. Myfxbook live results (using Mrtools' indicators).
Need custom MT4 coding? Send a PM to Mrtools or post here for a quote!

Re: Adaptive Indicators for MT4

#228
Jimmy wrote:
Wed Dec 04, 2019 4:43 pm
Cazz223 wrote:
Wed Dec 04, 2019 2:43 pm


WOW! So fast! MrTools, you are like a almighty wizard.
This indi will be a powerful long range canon in the arsenal.
Many Thanks

Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Look!
a DDZ Adaptive Jurik Filter in SW.
Ooow! That's a beauty right there bro. The colors remind me of Italy. Have you tried it out yet Caz? :D
Yup!
Testing on forex.

Re: Adaptive Indicators for MT4

#230
azk_001 wrote:
Wed Dec 04, 2019 10:35 pm
Hi Mrtools,

Could you please add arrows to this. It has got an option but the arrows does not appear even with the true value. Thanks in Advance.

It has arrows you can activate them using "Display Type".
NZDUSDH4.png


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