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Adaptive cycle period cci...

looks like this.

2010-09-30_1305 - wilddan's library

Is anyone interested in transposing my code into C# for use with NT7? I have the code as well as the article that it was based on. If anyone wants to tell me how to display the charts in the text of a post I could describe what is at work here and how I use it. There are three indies on that zero-line and some have suggested that it could be traded stand alone. I don't do that however. DB

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Here are three Adaptive CCI's that I had in my collection from 2009, no clue of their usefulness. I just remembered having them, and went and dug them up. Never used them to my knowledge.

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looks like this.

2010-09-30_1305 - wilddan's library

Is anyone interested in transposing my code into C# for use with NT7? I have the code as well as the article that it was based on. If anyone wants to tell me how to display the charts in the text of a post I could describe what is at work here and how I use it. There are three indies on that zero-line and some have suggested that it could be traded stand alone. I don't do that however. DB

Did you test those indies Mike posted? Where they what you were looking for?

If they aren't, post the script for one you want to transfer to NT7.

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Here are three Adaptive CCI's that I had in my collection from 2009, no clue of their usefulness. I just remembered having them, and went and dug them up. Never used them to my knowledge.

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wow that's a blast from the distant past. looks like some that i did way back when and posted them on the NT forum. i never found them very useful. they look cool but that's about it.

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wow that's a blast from the distant past. looks like some that i did way back when and posted them on the NT forum. i never found them very useful. they look cool but that's about it.


no I have not looked at them yet.

An adaptive cycle tuned cci is definetly useful if your outcome is making money. I am aware of at least one group that trades the zero line from the chart I displayed stand alone.

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I don't know how to view .cs files so I'll ask you, any of those look like mine?

You want the script or the ehlers doc? or both?

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It would be better to take a look at them cause i dont know what you want to see. I probably just need to see the script you have of wherever platform you have.

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You're right, the Adaptive alternative is the only one that compiles right out of the box.

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