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Hello .... I apologize for my English. I am an Italian trader and I ended up in this forum by chance, never seen anything like it. Sharing professionalism ... 'etc etc ... thanks! I want to put the indicator to be associated with Hull .... what gives the signal on the candles to turn around the moving average. I fastbrokers that uses OEC ... someone has the code please?? Many thanks to all

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Here's the Hull MA Easylanguage that will work in OEC Trader. I'm not sure about the signal you're asking about. You could put together an Easylanguage strategy and run it on your chart, but without any more specifics on what signals you'd expect, this is probably a good starting point.

 
Code
{jtHMA - Hull Moving Average Indicator}
{Author: Atavachron}
{May 2005}

{
Inputs:
-------
price: the time series being smoothed, usually Close, High, etc,
but could be RSI(Close, 25) for example.
length: the length of the MA, pretty meaningless in the normal sense
of moving averages, as this quantity is heavily modified
in the code. You need to experiment, do not just use a setting
of 20 because that is what works for you with Simple Moving Averages.
zeroLine: if you are using this in an indicator pane, you might
want to display a centre line of some sort, ths allows
one to set its value
zeroVisible: boolean variable, determines whether the centre line
(zeroLine) is plotted.
upColour: If you wish to differentiate upward movements by colour coding.
downColour: If you wish to differentiate downward movements by colour coding.
colourDeltaBar: Set this to 1 if you wish the colour change to be effective on
the actual bar where the direction change occurred.
Set this to 0 for default behaviour. All other values
are pretty meaningless.
}

Inputs: price(Close), length(21),
zeroLine(0.0), zeroVisible(false),
upColour(Blue), downColour(Red);

Value1 = jtHMA(price, length);

Plot1(Value1, "jtHMA");

If ZeroVisible = true then
Plot2(zeroLine, "Zero");

{ Color criteria }
if (Value1 > Value1[1]) then
SetPlotColor(1, upColour)
else if (Value1 < Value1[1]) then
SetPlotColor(1, downColour);

#function jtHMA
{jtHMA - Hull Moving Average Function}
{Author: Atavachron}
{May 2005}

Inputs: price(NumericSeries), length(NumericSimple);
Vars: halvedLength(0), sqrRootLength(0);

{
Original equation is:
---------------------
waverage(2*waverage(close,period/2)-waverage(close,period), SquareRoot(Period)
Implementation below is more efficient with lengthy Weighted Moving Averages.
In addition, the length needs to be converted to an integer value after it is halved and
its square root is obtained in order for this to work with Weighted Moving Averaging
}

if ((ceiling(length / 2) - (length / 2)) <= 0.5) then
halvedLength = ceiling(length / 2)
else
halvedLength = floor(length / 2);

if ((ceiling(SquareRoot(length)) - SquareRoot(length)) <= 0.5) then
sqrRootLength = ceiling(SquareRoot(length))
else
sqrRootLength = floor(SquareRoot(length));

Value1 = 2 * WAverage(price, halvedLength);
Value2 = WAverage(price, length);
Value3 = WAverage((Value1 - Value2), sqrRootLength);

jtHMA = Value3;

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Here's the Hull MA Easylanguage that will work in OEC Trader. I'm not sure about the signal you're asking about. You could put together an Easylanguage strategy and run it on your chart, but without any more specifics on what signals you'd expect, this is probably a good starting point.

 
Code
{jtHMA - Hull Moving Average Indicator}
{Author: Atavachron}
{May 2005}

{
Inputs:
-------
price: the time series being smoothed, usually Close, High, etc,
but could be RSI(Close, 25) for example.
length: the length of the MA, pretty meaningless in the normal sense
of moving averages, as this quantity is heavily modified
in the code. You need to experiment, do not just use a setting
of 20 because that is what works for you with Simple Moving Averages.
zeroLine: if you are using this in an indicator pane, you might
want to display a centre line of some sort, ths allows
one to set its value
zeroVisible: boolean variable, determines whether the centre line
(zeroLine) is plotted.
upColour: If you wish to differentiate upward movements by colour coding.
downColour: If you wish to differentiate downward movements by colour coding.
colourDeltaBar: Set this to 1 if you wish the colour change to be effective on
the actual bar where the direction change occurred.
Set this to 0 for default behaviour. All other values
are pretty meaningless.
}

Inputs: price(Close), length(21),
zeroLine(0.0), zeroVisible(false),
upColour(Blue), downColour(Red);

Value1 = jtHMA(price, length);

Plot1(Value1, "jtHMA");

If ZeroVisible = true then
Plot2(zeroLine, "Zero");

{ Color criteria }
if (Value1 > Value1[1]) then
SetPlotColor(1, upColour)
else if (Value1 < Value1[1]) then
SetPlotColor(1, downColour);

#function jtHMA
{jtHMA - Hull Moving Average Function}
{Author: Atavachron}
{May 2005}

Inputs: price(NumericSeries), length(NumericSimple);
Vars: halvedLength(0), sqrRootLength(0);

{
Original equation is:
---------------------
waverage(2*waverage(close,period/2)-waverage(close,period), SquareRoot(Period)
Implementation below is more efficient with lengthy Weighted Moving Averages.
In addition, the length needs to be converted to an integer value after it is halved and
its square root is obtained in order for this to work with Weighted Moving Averaging
}

if ((ceiling(length / 2) - (length / 2)) <= 0.5) then
halvedLength = ceiling(length / 2)
else
halvedLength = floor(length / 2);

if ((ceiling(SquareRoot(length)) - SquareRoot(length)) <= 0.5) then
sqrRootLength = ceiling(SquareRoot(length))
else
sqrRootLength = floor(SquareRoot(length));

Value1 = 2 * WAverage(price, halvedLength);
Value2 = WAverage(price, length);
Value3 = WAverage((Value1 - Value2), sqrRootLength);

jtHMA = Value3;

I am speechless .... I can not help but thank you very warmly. I hope I can be useful to someone in my time in the future. Yours sincerely Ivan

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it would be most useful to post pictures demonstrating this Hull Indicator,

and show how it differentiates itself from other indicators already in existance, as well as how we might incorporate it into our trading spectrum

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