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    Swami RSI

    Hi,

    Please take a look at the SwamiRSI indicator with ability to plot in the trend mode if the parameter VisualMode = 1.

    Code:
    extern int     VisualMode     =        0;    //0-original,1-trend
    extern int     Price          =        0;    //Applied Price(0-Close;1-Open;2-High;3-Low;4-Median;5-Typical;6-Weighted)
    extern int     StartLength    =       12;    //RSI Start Period
    extern int     EndLength      =       48;    //RSI End Period
    extern int     SampleLength   =       48;    //Sample RSI Period(0-off)            
    extern int     Smooth         =        5;    //Smoothing Period     
    extern color   UpTrendColor   =     Lime;    //UpTrend Color 
    extern color   DnTrendColor   =      Red;    //DownTrend Color
    extern color   FlatColor      =   Yellow;    //Flat Color (if NONE-2 Color Mix)  
    extern string  UniqueName     =    "RSI";    //
    extern int     ScaleMode      =        1;    //0-J.Ehlers,1-0...100
    extern int     SwamiBars      =      100;    //-1-off,0-all Bars,>0-any number

    John Ehlers Toolbox-swamirsi_1.png


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    Could same one make


    Swami ocn nmc,

    u

    Swami ocn ndx ....


    *ocean theory...




    Take a look...

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    Last edited by bebesel; 07-10-2013 at 04:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebesel View Post
    Could same one make


    Swami ocn nmc,

    u

    Swami ocn ndx ....


    *ocean theory...




    Take a look...

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    Yes, it is good idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebesel View Post
    Could same one make


    Swami ocn nmc,

    u

    Swami ocn ndx ....


    *ocean theory...
    Hi bebesel,

    About ocean indicators - you can read this post from the other forum for example :


    Hi Chifai, a buddy and I recently spent several weeks with the Ocean indicators looking for an advantage over traditional indicators such as MA, Bollinger Bands, ADX, MACD, Stochastic, etc. These are the basic indicators which the Ocean indicators mimic.
    The Ocean indicators use no inputs, so you put them on a chart and they are ready to go; there is no particular look-back period as the indicators are self-adjusting based on the current daily relationship between price and time.
    With "normal" indicators you usually need to do a little back-testing to find the sweet-spot inputs for any particular market.
    After extensive testing in several markets, using the indicators according to instructions and then getting creative with some of our own variations, we were stumped; the Ocean indicators performed fine, but no better than our normal indicators with our standard inputs.
    Actually, the Ergotic as an OB/OS and divergence indicator performs better and more consistently than any of the Ocean indicators.
    Now, in fairness to the Ocean originators, the underlying formula is unique and self-adjusting, and the package is very slick. But we could not justify the price vs. performance. We were looking for a one or two day edge over other indicators, but we couldn't find it.
    Also I should mention there is a DVD course which is supposed to go into more detailed strategy; perhaps the course contains something we missed? We decided not to put any more money in this direction(cut your losses).
    Again, I compliment these guys on original thinking(and good marketing!) but I cant reccomend shelling out the cash for this stuff.
    Obviously, this is only my experience and opinon. Someone else may tell you it's great and they're making tons of dough!
    Hope this helps and good luck!

    Greg

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    Adaptive Inverse Fisher

    Hi,

    Please take a look at the Adaptive Inverse Fisher indicator which is based on the AllInverseFisher_v1 indicator and the CyclePeriod_v3.

    Code:
    //---- indicator parameters
    
    extern int     TimeFrame         =     0;    // TimeFrame in min
    extern int     MathMode          =     0;    // Math method: 0-RSI;1-Stoch;2-DMI
    extern int     Price             =     0;    // Price = 0...6
    extern double  Alpha             =  0.07;    // Cycle Smoothing Factor
    extern int     MedianPeriod      =     5;    // Period of Moving Median
    extern int     DCsmooth          =     5;    // Period of Dominant Cycle Smoothing
    extern int     MA_Method         =     2;    // MA Method: See list above
    extern int     Smooth            =     9;    // Period of smoothing
    extern int     SmoothMethod      =     3;    // Smoothing method
    extern int     LevelsMode        =     0;    // Levels Mode: 0-OverBought/OverSold 
                                                 //              1-StdDev Bands
                                                 //              2-High/Low Channel
    extern double  OverBought        =    70;    // OverBought Level (ex.70)
    extern double  OverSold          =    30;    // OverSold Level (ex.30)
    extern int     LookBackPeriod    =    20;    // LookBack Period for LevelsMode=1,2 
    extern double  UpperMultiplier   =     1;    // Upper Band Multiplier for LevelsMode=1 
    extern double  LowerMultiplier   =     1;    // Lower Band Multiplier for LevelsMode=1
    John Ehlers Toolbox-adaptiveinvfish_1.png


    John Ehlers Toolbox-adaptiveinvfish_2.png


    John Ehlers Toolbox-adaptiveinvfish_3.png

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    Adaptive Fisher Transform

    Hi,

    Please take a look at the MTF Adaptive Fisher Transform indicator which is based on the AllFisherTransform_v1 indicator and the CyclePeriod_v3.

    Code:
    extern int     TimeFrame         =     0;    // TimeFrame in min
    extern int     MathMode          =     1;    // Math method: 0-RSI;1-Stoch;2-DMI;3-MACD 
    extern int     Price             =     4;    // Price = 0...10 (see List of Prices)
    extern double  Alpha             =  0.07;    // Cycle Smoothing Factor
    extern int     MedianPeriod      =     5;    // Period of Moving Median
    extern int     DCsmooth          =     5;    // Period of Dominant Cycle Smoothing
    extern int     PreSmooth         =     5;    // Period of PreSmoothing
    extern int     Smooth            =     3;    // Period of smoothing
    extern int     Signal            =     1;    // Period of Signal Line
    extern int     MA_Method         =     1;    // See list above
    extern int     LevelsMode        =     0;    // Levels Mode: 0-OverBought/OverSold 
                                                 //              1-StdDev Bands
                                                 //              2-High/Low Channel
    extern double  OverBought        =    95;    // OverBought Level (ex.70)
    extern double  OverSold          =     5;    // OverSold Level (ex.30)
    extern int     LookBackPeriod    =    20;    // LookBack Period for LevelsMode=1,2 
    extern double  UpperMultiplier   =     1;    // Upper Band Multiplier for LevelsMode=1 
    extern double  LowerMultiplier   =     1;    // Lower Band Multiplier for LevelsMode=1

    John Ehlers Toolbox-adaptivefish_1.png


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    John Ehlers Toolbox-adaptivefish_3.png


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    Swam iAroon

    Hi,

    Please take a look at the SwamiAroon indicator with ability to plot in the trend mode if the parameter VisualMode = 1. More information about this indicator you can find here.

    Code:
    extern int     VisualMode        =       0;  //0-original,1-trend
    extern int     Price             =       0;  //Applied Price(0-Close;1-Open;2-High;3-Low;4-Median;5-Typical;6-Weighted)
    extern int     StartLength       =       6;  //Aroon Start Period
    extern int     EndLength         =      60;  //Aroon End Period
    extern int     SampleLength      =      14;  //0-off
    extern int     Smooth            =       5;  //Smoothing Period  
    extern color   UpTrendColor      =    Lime;  //UpTrend Color 
    extern color   DnTrendColor      =     Red;  //DownTrend Color
    extern color   FlatColor         =  Yellow;  //Flat Color (if NONE-2 Color Mix)  
    extern string  UniqueName        = "Aroon";  //
    extern int     ScaleMode         =       1;  //0-J.Ehlers,1-0...100
    extern int     SwamiBars         =     100;  //-1-off,0-all Bars,>0-any number

    John Ehlers Toolbox-swamiaroon_1.png


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    This is the information from the link provided by Igorad about how to use this indicator (Swam iAroon)



    Swami Aroon

    A SwamiChart rendition of the classic Aroon indicator

    The Aroon indicator was introduced by Tushar Chande in his book, "New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems". Chande designed the Aroon indicator to distinguish between periods of trending versus trading ranges. Green indicates uptrends and red indicates downtrends. As with all SwamiCharts, the lower portion of the chart shows shorter lookback periods and gives you an early view while the middle portion provides confirmation and the upper portion (longest lookback periods) provides continuation.

    John Ehlers Toolbox-swamiaroon1.jpg


    SwamiCharts Aroon gives you additional insight into the confirmation and continuation of the trend because you're visualizing a composite of lookback range from 12 to 48 bars. An early emergence of an uptrend (downtrend) is identified by a transition from red to green (green to red) at the lower lookback periods (bottom of the chart). If the trend is confirmed and continues, the indicator will "stairstep" to longer lookback periods. An abrupt color change at multiple lookback periods often signals a significant change. This indicator can often be effectively used in conjunction with Swami Market Mode or Swami Swing Wave.

    In the example chart for Netflix above, the middle chart shows SwamiAroon and the bottom chart shows the traditional Arron indicator. The traditional Aroon gives you a view at only a single lookback period, in this case 14 bars. SwamiAroon shows a composite range of lookback periods and is typically easier to interpret. At the short lookback periods (bottom of chart) SwamiArron gives you an early indication of a change in trend. Similarly at the longer lookback periods, you are able to have a view of trend continuation.

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    New indicators from Ehlers roofing filters http://www.stockspotter.com/files/Pr...Indicators.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tovim View Post
    New indicators from Ehlers roofing filters http://www.stockspotter.com/files/Pr...Indicators.pdf
    Thaks Tovim,

    I uploaded/attached this pdf file to be here.
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