anaTradersDynamicIndex was an indicator posted originally by Fat Tails.
There was already a TraderDynamicIndex (TDI) indicator so perhaps he refined that.
He is very proficient and helpful with this.
I had added the "Colours" for my own use to the TradersDynamicIndex Indicator and I was asked to do the same to
the anaTadersDynamicIndex for someones own use.
I was unable to export it as a zip, a problem I've had since importing Felton Indicators.
Consequently I sent the anaTradersDynamicIndexColour as a cs file.
It has since been posted on the forum and so far only exists as a cs file.
I hope this does not impact adversely on Fat Tails original as that was in no way my intention,
as I say ,I added the Colours for my own use to the original TDI.and was asked to do so for the anaTDI version.
I hope this helps to explain things.
If you have any resolutions with the cs file you could always add the Colours to the original anaTradersDynamicIndex
zip for yourself..
Ps: I'm not all that proficient with this coding thing.
It does seem to do what I wanted, but for some reason it also makes a good espresso.
Go figure...import at your own risk I guess
Every moment I wake up I realize I know nothing, and then I smile...
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No approval required. Every indicator, which I have posted can be modified by whoever wants to. I have not invented the Trader's Dynamic Index either. The formula is public, and finally it is only a couple of RSIs running in parallel.
We should rather ask Welles Wilder for permission to use the RSI.
I am grateful that @zt379 has removed the ana-prefix. Although I have no copyright for ana- (if somebody has a copyright, it must be a Greek who lived about 3,000 years ago ) it helps, if it is removed, as this prevents people from sending out messages to me and asking me about that funny piece of code (I have not checked the code....).
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Thank you very much, Fat Tails, for developing the TDI, and zt, for converting it into a zip format.
Is there any way in the world the 50 Baseline could be made into an adjustable parameter so I could lower it to 37-40, which was where I had the RSI lower line set until I found the TDI? Much appreciation.
Last edited by plethora; June 10th, 2012 at 02:48 PM.