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Making Vertex Indicator non-repaint

#1
Hi guys, can anyone help to make the vertex indicator non-repaint? even though the indicator sometimes repaint, it still does a good job identifying the reversals. Someone at the Tradingview platform has already updated the codes so it becomes non-repaint ("...written based on the current bar interval so it dose not repaint on any time frame").

It would be great if the non-repaint version can be coded into MT4.

Here is a screenshot of the non-repaint version from Tradingview, thanks guys!
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Re: Making Vertex Indicator non-repaint

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hunter_eye wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 2:41 pm
Hi guys, can anyone help to make the vertex indicator non-repaint? even though the indicator sometimes repaint, it still does a good job identifying the reversals. Someone at the Tradingview platform has already updated the codes so it becomes non-repaint ("...written based on the current bar interval so it dose not repaint on any time frame").

It would be great if the non-repaint version can be coded into MT4.

Here is a screenshot of the non-repaint version from Tradingview, thanks guys!
Hey Hunter! I think many have tried in vain to fix this indicator but haven't been able to do it due to a number of complications. Perhaps one of our coders will retackle this challenge again when they are free :)

Have you tried this? It's pretty much the Closest thing to Vertex non-repainting for MT4 :think:
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Re: Making Vertex Indicator non-repaint

#3
hi Chuchu thanks very much for the direction, will try out the BB_%.

The guy at Tradingview said he modified the Vertex indicator code to be based on the current bar interval, which eliminated the repaint. The non-repaint version will occasionally give false signal since it is now non-repaint, but I guess one can combine it with other indicator to confirm when to enter market.

Cheers


Re: Making Vertex Indicator non-repaint

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roman251117 wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:29 pm
Use these Vertex settings and the additional Spearman indicator and you will have a good result. Good luck
it looks good on paper. but vertex repaints badly (and not jus the 3 last bars), thus making the shown strategy to be unrealistic.

Re: Making Vertex Indicator non-repaint

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ionone wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 9:35 pm
roman251117 wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:29 pm
Use these Vertex settings and the additional Spearman indicator and you will have a good result. Good luck
it looks good on paper. but vertex repaints badly (and not jus the 3 last bars), thus making the shown strategy to be unrealistic.
Hi ionone, Yes vertex repaints a lot on the lower time frame, I had good results on higher time frames like H4, which is less prone to repaints.

Re: Making Vertex Indicator non-repaint

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hunter_eye wrote:
Wed Jul 24, 2019 12:47 pm
ionone wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 9:35 pm


it looks good on paper. but vertex repaints badly (and not jus the 3 last bars), thus making the shown strategy to be unrealistic.
Hi ionone, Yes vertex repaints a lot on the lower time frame, I had good results on higher time frames like H4, which is less prone to repaints.
i don't knwo for you but i think THIS is a lot of repainting:D
screenshot.24-07-2019 11.29.43.jpg

Re: Making Vertex Indicator non-repaint

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roman251117 wrote:
Tue Jul 23, 2019 6:29 pm
Use these Vertex settings and the additional Spearman indicator and you will have a good result. Good luck
Excuse my ignorance here everyone but I just loaded the vertex indicator onto my charts and I looked at how the red and blue lines behaved (as this is what interests me the most). To me, it seems like the lines moved around as the current candle was taking shape but then once the candle had closed, the lines seemed to lock into place, just like any other indicator would do.

So I suppose my question about this is, why does everyone say that the vertex indicator repaints. Is it because the vertex spike signal actually takes place and then after a few candles, the lines reshape themselves to show a new spike somehow. Because if this is what people are saying, this is not what I saw on my charts when I was doing some quick research on this.

Actually, I took a demo trade from a 15 minute chart, based on a vertex spiking into +10 territory and retuning to normal (a typical signal) and then I watched price go against the signal and make a new high. But even when this happened, the lines didnt reshape themselves or the original spike signal didnt repaint or vanish, the lines just kept on doing their thing and kept going on their merry way.

So is it the dots and arrows that are repainting with this indicator only or am I missing something here? I admit that I didnt watch the indicator on the charts for hours and hours but to be honest, when I saw my losing trade and the lines based spike signal staying the same, I basically concluded that the lines and spike signals weren't repainting .... but maybe im wrong?

Any help would be greatly appreciated !!!!
Marty


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