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Scalper 4 *
Just a tradestation version of the Ninja Scalper already available.

This is an indicator that looks for higher highs and lower lows. Inspired by John Carter's TTMScalper. Found on the NT forum. It's plotting price action based on higher highs, and lower lows.


If, used on it's own, it will give a lot of false signals, therefore it is recommended to be used in conjunction with other stuff that fits your trading stile and that's confirming your set-up.

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November 14th, 2009
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PriceActionSwing NT7 5 *
The PriceActionSwing indicator for NinjaTrader 7.0 calculates swings in different ways and visualize them. It shows swing information like the swing length, duration, volume,... It contains a lot of features. It is also useable on the Market Analyzer.

The package contains 3 indicators:
- standard swing indicator with visualization and swing information
- Draw automatically Fibonacci extensions and retracements
- Calculate a swing statistic
- Calculate and visualize ABC patterns
- Risk management (automatically for ABC patterns)
- Calculate and visualize divergence based on an indicator
- GomCD (uncomment the "region GomCD" parts in the source code)
- swing trend visualization
- developing swing volume (repainting)

Useful to see/trade price action with HH, HL in uptrends and LL, LH in downtrends and patterns like double top/bottom, triangle,…

For more information see this thread.

Version 17 - June 5 2014
- Changed the code structure for simpler access from strategies and other indicators
If you use PriceActionSwing within other files, make sure you have a backup from the old version
- Added swing tick and swing percentage calculation
- Added swing calculation based on close values
- Added seperate swing price output
- Added developing GomCD output since the last swing
- Improved risk management items
- Added risk management tab
- Added different alerts

Version 18 - June 15 2014
- Fixed minimum swing size to < 1 for percentage settings

Version 19 - December 12 2016
- Updated to NinjaTrader 8, get NT8 version here

Starting from version 17 NinjaTrader 6.5 will not longer be supported.
Starting from version 19 NinjaTrader 7.0 will not longer be supported get NT8 version here

NinjaTrader 6.5: NO
NinjaTrader 7.0: YES
NinjaTrader 8.0: NO, see NT8 version here

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December 12th, 2016
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CCL Bar Pack 5 *
CCL is abbreviation for 'Confirmed CLose'. Years ago I rejected indicators - which I now I have a more friendly relationship with btw- and went into bars. The only trading seminar I went to was by Kent Calhoun who developed his 5 vertical bar trading pattern, essentially a 3 bar swing with some rules, but from which he designed some very effective strategies.

I modified his pattern to feature a 'confirmed close' meaning that only if the close takes out the low of the #4 bar (in a forming high swing) is the pattern verified. Very simple. But not so easy to code. Once that was done, you have the ShowMe included which plots confirmed by close (ccl) swing highs and lows color coded such that higher highs and higher lows are bullish color (for me yellow), LL and LH bearish and a swing whose high or low penetrates a previous one but whose close does not confirm is red, i.e. neither bullish nor bearish and often indicative of trend exhaustion, new trend change etc.

Then there are some Fib levels from those swings.

Also a set that project targets.

There's another one somewhere that determines long term trends by keep track of 'Active Highs' and 'Active Lows', i.e. a low whose developing swing made a higher high is Active until it is penetrated or a higher active low is formed. The trend is up until an active low is penetrated. In this way a bull market is defined as higher highs, and a bear market is defined as lower lows in that a bear market only starts if an active low is penetrated and a bull if an active high is penetrated. If/when I find it I will post it here without further explanation.

Picture shows the attached files in action. Colors are garish by TS8 and Ninja standards but some might find the swing patterns of interest. TS8 users will find they can be made to look quite elegant.

Also, they can be helpful for developing wave and other calculations because the swing points can be referenced. That said, Ninja has a very good swing high/low function, although I must say that the confirmed close business does filter out many bad swings, but doesn't always need multiples of ATR's (and 5-10 bars) to determine them.

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November 22nd, 2009
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SessionPivots V43 5 *
Exported using NT Version 7.0.1000.26

Indicators will only run on NT 7.0.1000.5 or later.

Family of 6 indicators to display daily, weekly and monthly pivots and OHL of current day, current week and current month. The package includes

- anaPivotsDailyV43
- anaPivotsWeeklyV43
- anaPivotsMonthlyV43

Options for the Pivot indicators: Floor pivots, pivot range, midpivots, floor pivots wide, Jackson Zones, Fibonacci pivots, Camarilla pivots, VWAP of the prior session

- anaCurrentDayOHLV43
- anaCurrentWeekOHLV43
- anaCurrentMonthOHLV43

Options for the OHL indicators: Open, high and low of the current period, Fibonacci retracement levels calculated from current high and low, noise bands, target bands based on the average daily/weekly/monthly range.

Chart settings: Please set the right side margin under chart properties to 200 to allow for correct display of the labels. The colors are adapted to dark chart backgrounds.

Session templates: The indicators require the use of a correct session template for the instrument shown on the chart. With an ETH template only ETH pivots, ETH OHL and ETH noise and target bands can be displayed. For displaying RTH pivots, it is recommend to use a multi-session template that divides the day into the night session, regular session and after-session.

Use of daily data on intraday charts: The 3 pivot indicators are designed to load daily data, if the option for "Calculate from session" is set to “Daily Bars”. This the data used by the indicator:

"Calculate from session" = "DailyBars": Pivots are entirely calculated from daily data.
"Calculate from session" = "ETH" & "Settlement/Close" = "DailyBars": High and low are taken from the full intraday sessions. The close or settlement price is taken from daily data.
"Calculate from session" = "RTH" & "Settlement/Close" = "DailyBars": High and low are taken from the regular intraday sessions. The close or settlement price is taken from daily data.
"Calculate from session" = "ETH" & "Settlement/Close" = "Intraday Close": High and low are taken from the full intraday sessions. The close is the last price traded for the full session.
"Calculate from session" = "RTH" & "Settlement/Close" = "Intraday Close": High and low are taken from the regular intraday sessions. The close is the last price traded for the regular session.

Auto setting for the 3 pivot indicators: The Auto setting will preselect ETH for FOREX and all CME currency futures, but preselect RTH for all other instruments.

VWAP: The VWAP of the prior day is always calculated from intraday data. Depending on the chart resolution it can be a few ticks off the correct value.

Auto setting for the 3 OHL indicators: The Auto setting will preselect the third intraday-session as the regular session for FOREX & currency futures, but preselect the second intraday-session for all other instruments.

Noise Bands: The OHL indicators can be used to display noise bands. The noise is determined by averaging the smaller move Min (High – Open, Open – Low) over N1 & N2 days. The average values are displayed in a data table. The noise is added to and subtracted from the current open.

Target Bands: The OHL indicators can be used to display target bands. The targets can be determined in two different ways: Either the average daily range over N1 & N2 days is added to the current low (high projection) or subtracted from the current high (low projection), or the daily expansion from the open Max(High – Open, Open – Low) is averaged over N1 & N2 days and added to and subtracted from the open. The average daily range or average daily expansion is shown in the data table.

GLOBEX holiday sessions with settlement next day: The indicators are preconfigured for Globex holiday sessions without settlement for trade date next day or later. These trade dates are President’s Day, Martin-Luther-King Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labour Day and Thanksgiving. The indicators will display double day sessions for these days for all GLOBEX and NYMEX traded instruments.

Update Jan 23 2011: Globex Holiday Calendar for 2011. Holiday sessions will only be applied to Globex instruments. Price markers are now correctly formatted for US interest rate futures and FOREX.
Update May 17, 2011: New signature for GetNextBeginEnd() implemented.
Update May 24, 2011: Due to a bug, the new signature for GetNextBeginEnd() is only implemented for OnBarUpdate() but not for Plot() Override.
Update June 21, 2011: The indicator now works with half-pip FOREX feeds. Indicator dialogue box improved.
Update July 11, 2011: Indicator reshaped, small bug removed that affected weekly ETH pivots after a holiday that fell on a Monday.
Update July 20, 2011: Serialization of the plots changed.
Update December 12, 2011: Levels R5, S5 added. Some labels changed. Label size is now adjustable. Globex Holiday Calendar for 2012 added.
Update January 6, 2012: Holiday fields added for anaCurrentDayOHLV38
Update June 20, 2012: Shading added for Pivot Range and Jackson Zones
Update February 16, 2013: Indicators entirely redesigned. Holiday calendar added for 2013. The former SessionNoiseBands & Session Volatility Bands have now been integrated into the CurrentOHL indicators.
Update March 11, 2013: No added features, but 2 bugs removed that had affected the plots with specific settings.
Update March 13, 2013: Bug removed, RTH pivots did not work, when data table was unselected.
Update April 10, 2013: Plot modified for compatibility with charts built from multiple bar series
Update May 10, 2013: Regular close can now be displayed for the remaining hours of the trading day. Bug removed, which led to occasional false identification of the RTH session on charts built from ticks.
Update December 9, 2013: Holiday calendar added for 2014.
Update January 22, 2013: CurrentDayOHLV42 did not display pivots for prior days when set to RTH. Bug removed.
Update September 17, 2014: With indicator setting "RTH" current day's range is now displayed as 0 during the night session.
Update September 20, 2014: Minor update, data table for ADR/ADN now plots on top of the indicator plots. Indicator plots can now be accessed via SHIFT + mouse wheel to change the Z-Order of the indicator.
Update December 28, 2014: Holiday calendar added for 2015. Price markers improved for US interest rate futures.
Update February 11, 2015: Minor update. Formatting of ATR/Noise improved for currency pairs with quote currency JPY.

Detailed explanations how to use the indicator can be found here:

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Zero Lag MA 2 *
It looks like this is zero lag MA. Could somebody port to NT?

from sam028: why ? It already exists.

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June 15th, 2009
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