that is a brilliant piece of work. I'm still not sure if it displays what I'm looking for, but man I wish I had just a small fraction of that skill for talking with a machine. Thanks for sticking with me on this thread. I am going to match displayed data series to saved charts and see how things look. Visually , I could be too acustomed to the square scaling of the other platforms charts.
thank you for sticking with me especially when I was frustrated and could not "see". Your indicator universal keltner is brilliant and almost perfect relative to what I was trying to do. I'm going to try to make a few changes to display...like hide the center line avg and adapt color scheme. Huge gratitude and credit to you Fat. May I use your indicator Universal Keltner and include it in my trading and posts concerning method development? DB
I will take a look at that one too. What Fat suggested can, I believe be modified to perfect with some very easy changes.
One thing that I've been reminded of this week is that I need to be more open in seeking and more grateful in receiving. My tendancy is to hold on to what I know and that almost screwed it up for me had Fat not been so gracious. Looking forward to colaborating here in futures.io (formerly BMT) for sure.
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