TheRumpledOne wrote:midpoints:

1) if the current candle breaks the high of the previous and has an extreme that is at or below the previous midpoint then the

midpoint = (high + previousMidpoint) / 2

2)else midpoint = (high + low) / 2

May I suggest:

midpoints:

1) if the current candle breaks the high of the previous and has an extreme that is at or below the previous midpoint then the

midpoint = (high + previousHigh) / 2

2)else midpoint = (high + low) / 2

Hi TRO / MightyOne,

What if the current candle breaks the high of the previous candle and has an extreme that is not at or below the previous candle midpoint? How would u define the midpoint in that case?

Thank you,