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Blu-Ray

Various Indicators (Squeeze,2FastMa's,etc)

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lionelhhn, here is a jtHMA, which I use:

 

{jtHMA - Hull Moving Average Indicator}
{Author: Atavachron}
{May 2005}

{
Inputs:
-------
price: the time series being smoothed, usually Close, High, etc,
       but could be RSI(Close, 25) for example.
length: the length of the MA, pretty meaningless in the normal sense
        of moving averages, as this quantity is heavily modified
		in the code.  You need to experiment, do not just use a setting
		of 20 because that is what works for you with Simple Moving Averages.
zeroLine: if you are using this in an indicator pane, you might
          want to display a centre line of some sort, ths allows
 			  one to set its value
zeroVisible: boolean variable, determines whether the centre line
            (zeroLine) is plotted.
upColour: If you wish to differentiate upward movements by colour coding.
downColour: If you wish to differentiate downward movements by colour coding.
colourDeltaBar: Set this to 1 if you wish the colour change to be effective on
                the actual bar where the direction change occurred.
				Set this to 0 for default behaviour.  All other values
                   are pretty meaningless.
}		

Inputs: price(Close), length(21),
	zeroLine(0.0), zeroVisible(false),
    upColour(Blue), downColour(Red), colourDeltaBar(1);

Value1 = jtHMA(price, length);

Plot1(Value1, "jtHMA");

If ZeroVisible = true then
Plot2(zeroLine, "Zero");

{ Color criteria }
if (Value1 > Value1[1]) then 
SetPlotColor[colourDeltaBar](1, upColour)
else if (Value1 < Value1[1]) then 
SetPlotColor[colourDeltaBar](1, downColour);

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BR,

 

Think I figured the problem. Common error is ..unknown function call:jtHMA.

 

Reckon thats why the rest of the indi does not compile.

 

 

Cheers

 

 

I enclosed the jtHMA function within the word doc.

 

 

Cheers

 

Blu-Ray

 

 

ps: thanks Januson for also attaching the function :)

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All the indicators are based on that aspect, as this thread was introduced for the PBF replicas and that is what their indicators are all based on.

 

I think I need a little help then.. could you point my to an indicator which takes volume into the equation? What is PBF?

 

I'll post KlingerGoslin as soon Im sitting in front of my trading pc..

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I think I need a little help then.. could you point my to an indicator which takes volume into the equation? What is PBF?

 

I'll post KlingerGoslin as soon Im sitting in front of my trading pc..

 

Yes... no problems I'll help you........What aspect of volume are looking for, or possibly rephrasing the question, what are kind of indicator are you looking for? ( what do you want it to show you ).

 

PBF = PaintBarFactory.............. this is where I replicated the indicators from.

 

I've just downloaded the KlingerGoslin from the TS forums, have you found anything beneficial about it, if so, what?

 

Cheers

 

Blu-Ray

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Thanks Januson and BR

 

Your kindness and help is really appreciated.

 

Well both codes did not compile. My reasoning is if I can compile jthma then the rest would be a breeze. Will do more figuring out.

 

Januson.....malcolm robinson introduced some volume buy/sell histogram.

http://www.futures-day-trader.com He talks about it here.

Some inquiries on this indicator also in NT forum

 

Thanks again . Blessings !

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Blu-Ray-> I use KlingerGoslin together with a volume based chart. In the attached screenshot there are 3 entrypoints, highlighted in green. A strong signal is when both the TRIX and KlingerGoslin is below the zeroline.

 

For some indicators I think a volumebased chart gives a much cleaner view, , but also the candlestick patterns are easier to read :)

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I've been using the indicators (along with some others) in multiple time frames for confirmation...seems to work quite well...1000 tick chart for ES and confirm with 5 min/15 min...also like the Klinger...helps confirm...would not go against the "prevailing" volume sentiment.:)

 

Bill

Atlanta

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hello Blu-Ray,

 

Would it be possible to add to this collection of indicators BR_Stochastic that would change its colour when entering into (i) oversold level and (ii) overbought level, just as it is the case with BR_CCi?

 

Thanks

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Blue ray awsome indicators Where can I donate. I was thinking of buying this stuff. thanks again so much.

 

Thank you for the offer of a donation, but I do it all for free.

 

Cheers

 

Blu-Ray

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Thank you for the offer of a donation, but I do it all for free.

 

Cheers

 

Blu-Ray

 

 

Blu-Ray makes plenty of money trading. You can't pay him enough. :o

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Hey Blu-Ray,

 

Is it possible to code these indicators in MT4 ?

 

Unfortunately not from me as I can only code in Easy Language, maybe someone else who is familiar with the two languages could do it.

 

Hope this helps

 

Blu-Ray

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Blu-Ray,

 

So what do you think, Can you replicate the PBF Holy Grail indicator ?

 

I'll take a look at it, but can't guarantee anything as I'm extremely busy at the moment.

 

Cheers

 

Blu-Ray

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So is anyone paying BluRay for all the work he does here and shares for free?

 

You guys are pummeling him w/ requests of do this, do that, do this...

 

I'd bet that not one person has offered to compensate him for all his work and time. In case you have not noticed, he's pretty much the ONLY programmer we have here at TL.

 

Best to not burn that bridge.

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^ Seriously.

 

Plus PBF's HG is like 6 indicators in one. So that's a lot of work.

 

I think someone did offer to pay (half jokingly) in another thread.

 

Glad at least one other person sees the amount of work BluRay is doing. I don't even use any of the stuff he's got all over the place here, but it's easy to see how much work all of this is.

 

Some people though will always ask for something and give nothing. And then they'll just find another person to pester and attempt the same thing over and over again.

 

I understand that you don't want to purchase an indicator package for $5000 or something, but would giving BluRay a nice $25 or $50 donation make a difference to your pocketbook? If it does, then you should not be trading.

 

It's just too easy to see here that he's busy, has a lot on his plate (see his post) yet the requests just keep coming and coming. Me, Me, Me!!! Free, Free, Free, Free!!!!

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