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Postby noushina » Thu Jun 10, 2010 5:20 pm

Pretty neat what you can do with a clean template and bare minimum of programming knowledge

Attached is a lower window dots indicator what will show 4 moving averages. You can adjust all variables of the MA: period, MA type, price type for each.
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Postby noushina » Thu Jun 10, 2010 5:45 pm

Cross-over dots.

This one has 4 over 12, 1 over 12, 1 over 70 and 12 over 70.
(The "1" is same as saying the close).

As with the other indicator you can adjust period, MA type and Price type.

So for example one I use is 4 close over 12 open - so you could make that.

Look at the code for these and you can see how little is changed.

You too can be a cut and paste coder.

You can use this template to put different tests in each row of dots. Like the pallada one uses a short and a longer WPR, CCI and Force.
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Postby trendme82 » Sun Jun 13, 2010 5:11 am

this is similar to Freedom bars, which calculates if price is above or below MA. Actually It looks the same besides the colors. I didnt look at the Code to compare, but looks like a perfect match to Freedom bars.mql. Google it and you will find it..

I do use this Indicator, with my own custom setting of course. The reason why I use this is to keep my chart Clean without the need of adding moving averages to the chart, but having a smaller indicator window helps alot so I can concentrate on Price action and Not an Indicator

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Postby noushina » Sun Jun 13, 2010 6:12 pm

trendme82 wrote:this is similar to Freedom bars, which calculates if price is above or below MA. Actually It looks the same besides the colors. I didnt look at the Code to compare, but looks like a perfect match to Freedom bars.mql. Google it and you will find it..

I do use this Indicator, with my own custom setting of course. The reason why I use this is to keep my chart Clean without the need of adding moving averages to the chart, but having a smaller indicator window helps alot so I can concentrate on Price action and Not an Indicator


The first one I posted looks to see if MA are moving up or down. The other looks to see if a MA has crossed another MA.

So to duplicate Freedom Bars just use the second one (the crossovers) and change the first MA in each of the 4 tests to 1 and you will have what you are talking about : Price in relation to MA.

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