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ADXVMA (amaADXVMA) 5 *
Version 1.1 August 1, 2017

The Average Directional Index Variable Moving Average (ADXVMA) is a volatiltiy based moving average with the volatility being determined by the value of the ADX. The ADX provides levels of support during uptrends and resistance during downtrends. The indicator may also be used as a trendfilter. The trend can be positive, negative or neutral.

The ADXVMA that can be downloaded here may also be used with other input series than price. The trend can be shown via paint bars and is exposed as a public property.

Note: The ADXVMA has the trend exposed as a public property. This property can be accessed programmatically. However, it cannot be currently accessed via the market analyzer. In order to access the Trend series via the market analyzer, a specific MarketAnalyzerColumn is required. The MarketAnalyzerColumn is not yet included with the install file, as it has led to freezes with NT 8.0.8.0. The bug has been confirmed by NinjaTrader developers and only fixed with the latest release NT 8.0.9.0. (issue #12054). The market analyzer column and sound files for the ADXVMA will be availabe with a future update.


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October 21st, 2017
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Keywords: adaptive adx movingaverage resistance support vidya vma volatility
ADXVMA - Recoded for NT7 5 *
Exported using NT Version 7.0.1000.10

Why code another version of the ADXVMA?

All previous versions of the ADXVMA are based on a dirty transcript from MetaTrader which has a number of bugs, inconsistencies or variables that are not being used. This is just an attempt to clean up the mess and come up with a proper version. These are the changes:

Initialization: Most versions are initialized with a value of 0 instead of Input[0], this usually creates false values for the first 100 or 200 bars.

Redundant variables: The transscripts from MetaTrader use 4 different variables for the period, although it is always the same period. A variable used for the shift in MetaTrader is carried around, although it always has the value 0.

Inefficient algorithms: The indicator mostly uses Wilder's smoothing for calculating exponential averages from the positive and negative Momentum. The smoothing constant k is calculated once and applied to the various steps required for smoothing. Searching the highest and lowest value for the last n+1 period was hidden in a complex algorithm.

Input Series: The prior versions can only be applied to the close, this version also accepts other input series, such as the high, low or the typical price of the selected instrument.

Trendfilter: The indicator can best be used as a trendfilter. The trend state, which can be positive, negative and neutral, is exposed via an IntSeries, which can then be accessed by other indicators and strategies. The trend can also be shown via a paintbar option.

Update June 11, 2012: Trendfilter and colors modified to avoid frequent trend changes.
Update July 3, 2012: Serialization of display options changed. This will make it simpler to call the indicator from other indicators or strategies.


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July 3rd, 2012
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Keywords: adxvma average moving trendfilter vidya
NonLinear Moving Averages collection 5 *
Attached is a collection of 7 NonLinear Moving Averages and their functions for easy use in backtesting. Every indicator also contains an option to color the line to signal up and downtrends, and the user can specify these colors.

This pack include the following moving averages:
  • KAMA (Kaufman Adaptive Moving Average),
  • VIDYA (Variable Index Dynamic Average),
  • MAMA (MESA Adaptive Moving Average),
  • Ehlers Filter,
  • Median-MA Difference Filter,
  • FRAMA (Fractal Adaptive Moving Average),
  • NonLinear Laguerre Filter.
If you want to import a specific indicator, uncheck the other ones while importing them in MultiCharts.


The example screenshot just shows one nonlinear moving average to give an idea.


Source: John Ehler's presentation 'Building Trading Systems on NonLinear Filters' at the TradeStationWorld 2005 Expo.


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January 22nd, 2012
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Keywords: ehler fractals frama kama laguerre ma mama median movingaverage nonlinear vidya
 


 
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