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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote @, please forgive me to return to that old stuff (I'll delete it if you ask me for). It took some time before I understood what it has to do with influx. I believe CP answered it in his dropping egg post. We must set a buy/sell hemisphere. On your charts (cf. and )...
    AntiCre,

    We are used to studying time-based bar charts in which the open is a set time. For example, on a one hour chart each bar begins and ends at the peak of the hour (xx:00). The purpose of the accumulative candles is to go back in time from the present. Consequently, if the current time is 12:15:36....then the only 1 hour bar of interest is the previous 1 hour. Consider it as the bar that ends at 12:15:36 (and begins at 11:15:36). Then a second later the only 1 hour bar of interest is the one that begins at 11:15:37 and ends at 12:15:37. So, the idea is that the CLOSE of the bar is always set to the current moment.

    Thinking this manner enables one to constantly maintain the present. . .to only ever be thinking about the current data and not history. Now add multiple time....maybe a 1 hour bar, a 15 minute bar, a 5 minute bar, a 1 minute bar, a 15 second bar....all ending in the current moment. Now begin calculating the difference between the averages of all ticks that make up each of those bars. What's the average price of the 15 second bar? What's the average price of the 5 minute bar? What's the difference between those averages. Now plot that on a sign chart.

    I have no thought about pi, perception, retinal formation, gaussian distribution, normal distribution. That is making matters much too complied for my tastes.

  2. #22
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    quote , We are used to studying time-based bar charts in which the available is a set time. For instance, on a 1 hour chart each pub begins and ends at the top of the hour (xx:00). The candles' purpose is to go back in the current in time. Consequently, if the current time is 12:15:36....then the just 1 hour pub of interest is the past 1 hour. Think of it as the pub that ends at 12:15:36 (and begins at 11:15:36). Then a second ends at 12:15:37 and later interest's just 1 hour pub is. So, the idea...
    Thank you very much for your response. Now I can understand what your intention was. Thanks a lot! (Can I ask if you/your friend for that you composed the influx indior still uses it [successful]?)

  3. #23
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    quote Thank you very much for your answer. Now I can know what your intention was. Thank you a lot! (Can I ask if you/your buddy for which you wrote the influx indior still uses it [effective]?)
    A few years ago...I was wondering aroundforexsoutheast.asiaone afternoon and came across a man who desired to post charts of his trading installments. He seemed to actually enjoy teasing theforexsoutheast.asiacommunity together with his anecdotes and hyperbole. . .almost saying Here are a few screenshots of my installation. . .no one here is great enough to figure out how I transaction. . .so ha ha.

    A little time later a friend asked me about it. I looked into it a bit more and thought it'd be a great challenge to find out if I could create a set up in MT4 that matched those screenshots. One of the indiors that came out of this was that the influx indior. Of course it is not perfect, but I think I got very, very near. It was really a very cool exercise. I heard a lot about indiors and even improved my investigative techniques.

    After producing the indior, we invested a little time looking into it....to see if we can use it in our trading. We arrived at the conclusion that it was not going to grow the profitability of the trading. But, as I said, it was a fantastic exercise.

  4. #24
    @zznbrm: That's a shame. But you could share some of the lectures you've learned during your effort?! I am particularly interested in what you can teach me about the trading of common indiors. Can we filter bad indior signs by comparing it with another identical indior (with different/higher settings)?

  5. #25
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    AdrHighLow3.mq4 -------------------------------------------- ADR High/Low indior using Daily data for ADR. I upgraded you to allow for optional ADR stats in remarks. AdrHighLow2.mq4 -------------------------------------------- ADR High/Low indior using H1 information for ADR. I made this one for my own broker (New York server moment) so that I will figure out the ADR based upon the most-commonly accepted daily starting time of 17:00 New York time. file file
    Hello. First off thanks for the coding work youve done to yourforexsoutheast.asiacommunity through recent years. I was wondering if you were able to alter this indior into a typical Weekly Range so it plots the ranges of those weeks rather than average daily range. I would greatly appreciate it
    https://www.forexsoutheast.asia/atta...1683872165.mq4

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote A couple of years back...I had been wondering aboutforexsoutheast.asiaone day and came across a man who desired to article charts of his trading setups. He seemed to enjoy teasing theforexsoutheast.asiacommunity together with his anecdotes and hyperbole. . .almost saying Here are a few screenshots of my setup. . .no one here's great enough to determine how I transaction. . .so ha ha. A little time later a friend asked me about it. I looked into it a bit more and thought it will be an excellent challenge to find out if I could create. One of the indiors...
    Hi ZZnbrm,

    Would it be possible to add alerts for 0 cross amount over the influx indior? Please?

    Thanks Ahead of Time

  7. #27
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    Thx, zznbrm. It's some kind of multimeter, possibly showing the cumulative candle for specified times, right?! However, the question is: When can we exchange and when shouldn't we exchange. In this case we can see that the market bias is up. But during 20 minutes and the 15, market fell. Do we need to compare the result of the lookback candle only with the result of all other candles? Or is it enough to use some sort of majority rules (for instance, most candles appear, thus we're in an up trend). But in this instance it'd make me wonder when I'd see a blue candle for S30 and a red candle for M1 since it might always signify that we're just in a retracement ...

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    quote Thx, . It's some kind of multimeter, maybe showing the cumulative candle for given times, ideal?! However, the issue is: When can we trade and when shouldn't we trade. In your example we could see that the market bias is mainly up. But during the last 15 and 20 minutes, market fell. Do we have to compare the result of the smallest lookback candle just with the consequence of the rest of the candles? Or is it enough to use some kind of majority rules (in your case, most candles appear, thus we are in an up trend). But in that case...
    It shows the candles for the last 30 seconds, 1 minute, two minutes....up to 1 hour. But any timeframe is possible. As each tick comes from the open time and OHLC prices of each candle are adjusted accordingly. IOW. . .the close period of each candle is always today and also the available time is now - timeframe.

    This type of thing may be useful to someone who is simply interested in what has happened in the past 30 seconds or 1 minute or 1 hour....someone who really simply cares about the history and present does not matter. Somebody who would like to establish a reference point of price a set amount of time ago.

    So far as admissions...I don't have any idea...I was just messing about.

  9. #29
    London Session Rolling Average Envelope and Mid Line

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    London Session Rolling Average Envelope along with Mid Line image
    I wonder if you would elaborate on the image?! I think that the line is an equivalent to a DC mid-line. I guess that the lookback periods for both, the MA and the channel's worth are anchored in the very first candle of the London session?! And why have you picked the predefined pip deviation ( -4 pips) from the rolling MA - can it be based on some stats? Or random?

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