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Hello,

The double smoothed Stochastics in NT looks nothing like the Bressert in for example, Medved Trader.
Does anyone have resources or a way to get this into Ninjatrader?

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There are two Double Smoothed Stochastics indicators.


One is the DSS by Walter Bressert, which you may find here:




The second one is the Double Smoothed Stochastics by William Blau, which is available here:




Would you please elaborate on how the NinjaTrader DSS differs from the Medved DSS?

I do not use Medved Trader. Maybe you could post a chart.

Best post a 5 min or 60 min chart of a standard currency pair or a futures contract.

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There are two Double Smoothed Stochastics indicators.


One is the DSS by Walter Bressert, which you may find here:




The second one is the Double Smoothed Stochastics by William Blau, which is available here:




Would you please elaborate on how the NinjaTrader DSS differs from the Medved DSS?

I do not use Medved Trader. Maybe you could post a chart.

Best post a 5 min or 60 min chart of a standard currency pair or a futures contract.

Do I really have to spend $100 to download this file by becoming an Elite member?

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There are two Double Smoothed Stochastics indicators.


One is the DSS by Walter Bressert, which you may find here:




The second one is the Double Smoothed Stochastics by William Blau, which is available here:




Would you please elaborate on how the NinjaTrader DSS differs from the Medved DSS?

To put it simply, if draws a much smoother curve overall, less chop, very different than NT.

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To put it simply, if draws a much smoother curve overall, less chop, very different than NT.


If you wish to discuss the matter, then you would need to post some details.

Just telling us that it draws a smoother curve does not help.

Please post a chart from Medved Trader.

Otherwise this discussion will go nowhere.

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If you wish to discuss the matter, then you would need to post some details.

Just telling us that it draws a smoother curve does not help.

Please post a chart from Medved Trader.

Otherwise this discussion will go nowhere.

I over layed Medved onto Ninja 3M NQ from today. Red is Medved and Orange is Ninja.
They do not really calculate the same and I was hoping to find a Bressert version for Ninja.

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I over layed Medved onto Ninja 3M NQ from today. Red is Medved and Orange is Ninja.
They do not really calculate the same and I was hoping to find a Bressert version for Ninja.


Could you please post a simple Medved Trader chart which shows the instrument, the selected chart period (for example 5 min) and the indicator settings? That would eventually allow for understanding what Medved Trader does.

Just a chart, no overlays.

From you screenshot above, I am unable to derive the instrument, chart period and indicator settings used to obtain the Medved Trader chart. It does not give that information.

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Could you please post a simple Medved Trader chart which shows the instrument, the selected chart period (for example 5 min) and the indicator settings? That would eventually allow for understanding what Medved Trader does.

Just a chart, no overlays.

From you screenshot above, I am unable to derive the instrument, chart period and indicator settings used to obtain the Medved Trader chart. It does not give that information.


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I have had a look at the DSS that ships with NinjaTrader. It only has a single parameter for the lookback period and lacks the second parameter.

I have slightly modified it, and it now looks very similar to the chart that you posted.

I think it is no problem to replicate the Medved indicator for NinjaTrader.

Will do tomorrow.



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I have had a look at the DSS that ships with NinjaTrader. It only has a single parameter for the lookback period and lacks the second parameter.
Will do tomorrow.

Amazing. Looks spot on! I work in IT but I am a total noob to this arena. Looking forward to learning more. Just let me know what I need to do to adjust it.

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