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Looking for an indicator that can tell me how far the market (in points) has to move in order for an oscillator (stoch, rsi, macd, williams %R, etc) to reach 90 for longs or 10 for shorts.
Does such an indicator exist?? If you seen it in this forum plz let me know. thanks

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Looking for an indicator that can tell me how far the market (in points) has to move in order for an oscillator (stoch, rsi, macd, williams %R, etc) to reach 90 for longs or 10 for shorts.
Does such an indicator exist?? If you seen it in this forum plz let me know. thanks

See here:
https://futures.io/ninjatrader-programming/3493-predicting-crossover-moving-average-next-bar.html

And also @Fat Tails has done work in this area though I can't remember the exact name, hopefully he can.

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See here:
https://futures.io/ninjatrader-programming/3493-predicting-crossover-moving-average-next-bar.html

And also @Fat Tails has done work in this area though I can't remember the exact name, hopefully he can.

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Thank you Mike!

Fat Tails: did you ever code such an indicator? if so, could you please give me the name?

Thanks a lot!!

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Thank you Mike!

Fat Tails: did you ever code such an indicator? if so, could you please give me the name?

Thanks a lot!!

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Thank you Mike!

Fat Tails: did you ever code such an indicator? if so, could you please give me the name?

Thanks a lot!!

I have not done serious work in that direction. I have once coded a little toy indicator for that purpose, but I do not recommend to use it. Please consult somebody else.

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I have not done serious work in that direction. I have once coded a little toy indicator for that purpose, but I do not recommend to use it. Please consult somebody else.

Thx, I maybe should have said @MWinfrey or @Zondor, I cannot remember anymore or find the thread, I just know its out there.

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I did some work on that a wile back but never finished it.

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