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Here are a couple of screenshots of an indicator I would like to see coded using the re-coded D3Spotter.

Any help to code would certainly be appreciated. A visual and/or audible alert would be most helpful.

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nice chart....!

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A more detailed explanation of what I look for. I explained it the best I can on the chart. I am not a programmer. I apologize I can't explain it in programming terms.

Also, a snapshot of the divergences that just occurred after a nice upmove early this am.

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I saw this in an old thread elsewhere . He apparently is a deciple of Linda raschke and developed this himself with guidance from her . The idea is to catch price falling or rising off the LOD or HOD and uses ADX combined with the keltner channel to gauge when the trend may be overbought or sold . This setup occured this morning and went for a few pips . 0500 and 0515 bars would qualify to short but price didnt trade below them ( ORB ) so dont enter at the close of the bar . Thought you all might want to give this idea a try .

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Bad with Good

I'll show an example where it did not work. Please note the difference in the divergences. As Zac stated earlier, we may need a "conditional" filter to make the odds greater in our favor...percentage of prior histogram height or something someone may see, etc.

Anyways, last post and I'll remain quiet.

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Divergence filtering

Glad to see some of you guys apparently realizing that divergence alone is almost useless. Divergence signals MUST be filtered. Then they can become a very powerful weapon. Form is one factor but good divergence form is almost always misunderstood by traders. Other factors that must be included are Market Volatility (cycling), Channel Position, Market Condition, Volume, etc. If you don't look at all of the major factors that can affect divergence potential (both positive and negative), you'll have a hard time trading a divergence based system.

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Thanks

Thanks guys. I appreciate your contributions. @eminitrdr I can see now that converting my MACD hist. diverg. ind. will be easier then I thought, because the RSqueeze oscillates around the zero line just like the macd hist. I will just need to make ind. value adjustments, because macd hist is approx. 0.2 where RSqueeze is 0.0001. Maybe this weekend.
As a reminder, D3Spotter is not my code. If you want D3Spotter re-coded please contact dadof3and3. I will be using my NT7 ind. code as a template... https://futures.io/ninjatrader-programming/3722-beta-macd-histogram-divergence-indicator.html#post60696

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Thanks guys. I appreciate your contributions. @eminitrdr I can see now that converting my MACD hist. diverg. ind. will be easier then I thought, because the RSqueeze oscillates around the zero line just like the macd hist. I will just need to make ind. value adjustments, because macd hist is approx. 0.2 where RSqueeze is 0.0001. Maybe this weekend.
As a reminder, D3Spotter is not my code. If you want D3Spotter re-coded please contact dadof3and3. I will be using my NT7 ind. code as a template... https://futures.io/ninjatrader-programming/3722-beta-macd-histogram-divergence-indicator.html#post60696


Did you manage to create any new indicator based on the D3spotter?

Cheers

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Did you manage to create any new indicator based on the D3spotter?
Cheers
Isak

No. As you quoted me "As a reminder, D3Spotter is not my code. If you want D3Spotter re-coded please contact dadof3and3. I will be using my NT7 ind. code as a template.."

However, I do have a beta version using my code.
Written in NT7, should work in 6.5

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Glad to see some of you guys apparently realizing that divergence alone is almost useless. Divergence signals MUST be filtered. Then they can become a very powerful weapon. Form is one factor but good divergence form is almost always misunderstood by traders. Other factors that must be included are Market Volatility (cycling), Channel Position, Market Condition, Volume, etc. If you don't look at all of the major factors that can affect divergence potential (both positive and negative), you'll have a hard time trading a divergence based system.

Not all indicators produce divergences of the same quality. Some indicators produce more accurate divergences then others. Compare divergences from various price based indicators, and divergences from volume based indicators, you will find that some give better divergence signals then others. The amount of filtering you need will depend on what indicator you use.

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Not all indicators produce divergences of the same quality. Some indicators produce more accurate divergences then others. Compare divergences from various price based indicators, and divergences from volume based indicators, you will find that some give better divergence signals then others. The amount of filtering you need will depend on what indicator you use.


i *agree*

i like to use the macd2,3,2FAST/SLOW lines AND price highs/lows for divergence signals
and weekly macd2,3,2HISTOGRAM to guage strength

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