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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Well I'm glad that there are other Dealbook users here (I never see it said), and that you're getting the same positive experience as myself.

    I'm thinking about 2 things. On the side; a S T R degrees indior like I lately read on this forum for MT4. I run a MT4 platform, not for trading to try all the whiz stuff out that I see here. The S T R amounts for it works.
    On the intrie side I'd love to have a method that given certain parameters would either give a visual or audio (alarm) signal. What do you believe?

    Hey JIM,

    Once I have time I will have a look. Would you point me?

  2. #12
    And now for something completely opposite.

    I thought the port was the very most intuitive and most irritating I've seen up to now. I quit them twice.
    Check out My Trades By Dave thread on the Trade Journals here from the FActory Forum. He quit them for different factors.

  3. #13
    Here is the Hull Moving average for Chart Studio (GFT)

    Beats the jma hands down

    Inserted Code indior Hull_Moving_Average; // HMA = WMA(2*WMA(Price, integer(Period/2)) - WMA(Price, Period), Integer(SQRT(Period))) input price = closure, interval = 25, displacement = 0; draw line(HULL); begin line := displace(wma(2*wma(price, int(period/2)) - wma(price, period), int(SQRT(interval))), displacement); finish.

  4. #14
    Here's a pivot point indior for chart studio. You need to place in the high, low, and close every day (as chart studio does not have a means to find info other then off the current chart).

    Inserted Code indior pivot; input phigh=1,plow=1,pclose=1; draw p(P),s1(S1),s2(S2),s3(S3),r1(R1),r2(R2),r3(R3); vars I(number),measure(number); begin p := sma(close,2); for I:= front(de) to back(p) do begin p#91;I#93; := (phigh plow pclose)/3; s1#91;I#93; := de#91;I#93;*2-phigh; r1#91;I#93; := de#91;t#93;*2-plow; s2#91;t#93; := de#91;t#93; (phigh-plow); r2#91;I#93; := de#91;I#93;-(phigh-plow); s3#91;I#93; := de#91;t#93;*2 - ((phigh*2)-plow); r3#91;I#93; := de#91;I#93;*2 (phigh-(2*plow)); end; end.

  5. #15
    Here's a Pivot indior from GFT whereby you can enter your start time. From what I have worked out the time seems to relate to what your computer time is set in rather than what you've got the GFT platform configured to. If your computer is set to state Sydney time and you would like to compute pivots based on midnight New York (EST), you merely plug in the corresponding Sydney period for midnight EST (=14:00h Sydney period).

    I have also attached a copy of the email that was sent with the indior.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by ;
    Opps ... I meant micro mini .... When they had been my broker, they did not have micro mini accounts available ....
    Sorry, what exactly does micromini accounts imply? I really don't think I heard the expression?

  7. #17

    I use WH Selfinvest (the European partner of GFT?) And don't have any complaints about their service. It uses the identical appliions.

    I've coded some indior's.

    This is the Zero Lag Stochastic

    Inserted Code indior ZLStochastics; input price = close, period = 8, k_slow_period = 3, d_slow_period = 3, hi_baseline = 80, lo_baseline = 20; draw line_k(Zero Lag Stoch %K), line_d(Zero Lag Stoch %D), line_hi(HI Base), line_lo(LO Base); vars k(series), I(number), lo(number), dif(number), mma1(series), mma2(series), mma3(series), mma4(string), diff(string), diff2(series); begin line_hi := makeseries(front(shut), back(shut), hi_baseline); line_lo := makeseries(front(shut) back(shut), lo_baseline); for I := front(price) period - 1 to rear(price) do begin lo := movmin(low, I, period); dif := movmax(large, I, period) - lo; if dif gt; 0 then k#91;t#93; := 100 * (price#91;I#93; - lo) / dif else k#91;I#93; := 0; end; mma1 := mma(k, k_slow_period); mma2 := mma(mma1, k_slow_period); diff := mma1 - mma2; line_k := mma1 diff; mma3 := mma(line_k, d_slow_period); mma4 := mma(mma3, d_slow_period); diff2 := mma3 - mma4; line_d := mma3 diff2; end.

  8. #18
    First I'd like to thank everyone for the fantastic reaction. Sorry I am a little late getting back to you; I needed to undergo the NPF scramble. Let me address a few people.

    PIPEX: '' I don't know how to direct you to the CTL language unless I send you the whole GFT Chart Studio (roughly 2mb). Would you like it?

    LOU: Sorry you do not like GFT; to every one his own. Fantastic luck with what you use.

    DARIUSKE: Can you place those indiors yet another way; like maybe a text document. I haven't been able to download or print your own stuff. But THANKS!

    JOHOMA: Thanks a bunch. I'll play with your stuff this day; and I am sure all of the other GFT users love it also.

    Perhaps this thread can keep going and all the GFT users may share. So far you've got all been great. Thanks again,


  9. #19
    Hey Witchazel,

    I forgot to ask; what's Hull Moving Average and JMA? I may be incompetent, but I am slow.


  10. #20
    This is some advice describing JMA:

    JMA and HMA are very responsive moving averages. JMA is preferable but HMA is more economical.


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